MAILBAG MONDAY: Woman E, Sing Me Insomnia, Emeli Sande, Patrick Hagenaar


I only started this column idea last week and already I have received a TRUCKLOAD of awesome cuts -- which made it actually really difficult to narrow down! You all are amazing! Keep sending your submissions in to submissions@melismaticblog.com! If I didn't get to you this week, rest assured -- so many different e-mails are starred and songs have been spinning in my Spotify. I will get to you eventually!

WOMAN E
Genre:
90's Influenced Electropop/Eurodance
File Near: the Minogue Sisters, Mini Viva
Woman E is an indie London meets Berlin duo and have released a couple of stellar dancey singles ("Few and Far Between" & "Another Renaissance", both available on Spotify) between 2010-2011. They are currently gearing up for their third release, dubbed "Desire," in late February. "Desire" has a twinge of dreamy Kylie Mingoue meets "Video Killed the Radio Star" kind of club groove with an unrelenting bass pulse. Basically, it has club smash written all over it.
Linkable: here here
Listen to a teaser of "Desire" below.
Desire (Teaser) by Aztec Records

SING ME INSOMNIA
Genre:
Radio-Friendly Pop Rock with a Punk Edge
File Near: Hot Chelle Rae
Sing Me Insomnia (or SMI to the kids in the know) is a four-piece outfit based in Virginia that have developed a sizeable online presence through YouTube videos. Considering how well produced this little nugget of power pop is, I'm shocked these boys haven't yet been approached by a label! "Miss Me Now", their latest single released last month, is available through iTunes) and comes complete with solid vocals from their frontman, blazing guitar riffs and a Whoa-oh Whoa-oh Whoa-oh Whoa-oh hook that I've had stuck in my head all weekend.
Linkable: here
Watch the lyric video for "Miss Me Now" below.



EMELI SANDE vs PATRICK HAGENAAR
Genre:
Massive Dancefloor
File Near: Fedde Le Grand, Seamus Haji, Tiesto
Huge Dance Record Alert! If you like your subwoofers bouncing and to get lost in a swirl of blackhole repeat at the club, you need to give the Emeli Sande vs Patrick Hagenaar one-off bootleg of "Heaven" a try. It's one of those dancey mixes that within four seconds, you already like it -- mostly because it employs all of the necessary attributes of a super dance record. Best part, you can download it for free. Cha ching.
Linkable: here
**FREE DOWNLOAD** Emeli Sande vs Patrick Hagenaar - Heaven (Whitelabel) by Patrick Hagenaar

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