Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by kal, Jul 14, 2015.
Not Fine Line ending up in my Release Radar because of one of those dumb compilation EPs...
Did it sound like a slightly different mix to you?
I didn't listen to it. I'm not rewarding this behaviour dd.
Not me seeing this thread pop-up only assuming Mabel has attached some new random song to High Expectations again. At least she popped-up for a compilation this time.
Honestly, kind of missing getting constant output from her even though she was gaming the system.
She’s been teasing that she’s working on new music, but I wouldn’t expect anything new soon.
I hope Red Flag doesn’t get orphaned. I’m intrigued to know what the studio version will sound like.
She released a new playlist / compilation thing on April 1st after being quiet for a while.
I mean, it's the same songs, but it's something.
I'm sick of those playlist EP's.
West Ten just went platinum in the UK:
Just listened to My Boy My Time for the first time in months — a slapper of a song. Need more like that from her.
Her sister Tyson just released a really great debut EP.
Whilst not a complete sonic parallel, I'd really recommend Tyson to anyone yearning for Mabel's early sound.
Each time I click into this thread I brace myself for a new track being added to Mad Love.
This is somehow worse.
The album was called High Expectations not Mad Love ddd.
Let me quickly answer some burning questions from the first couple of pages of this thread.
@Vasilios here’s the Buffalo Stance baby you were asking about.
Also, @Dennis here's what happened with Panes:
And in other news, I’ve just found a couple of new songs registered at ASCAP.
Toy is written solely by Mabel.
Take it Home is co-written with Ryan Tedder.
There’s also one called Lover in Motion written by Tang Martin.
And another one called Nobody’s Girlfriend.
Pisces Problems (the track) is SO good...
I need this now! I hope it’ll be Joel’s follow-up to BED!
I'm ready for her Future Nostalgia (in the sense that her first era feels like a scattered delayed mess that finally produced a big hit followed by more scattered releases). Maybe the Joel song will be her One Kiss.
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