So I was listening to XM radio at work the other day, and some pop song came on the radio. My cunt of a boss switched it while I was asking her what the song title was and she never answered me, and I never got a solid lyric down.
The only description I can muster is it was a girl singing, and it sounded like any ol' pop song, but it was kinda crunchy. Not a wall-of-sound, either. But it made me stop and think "wow, this is interesting, I want to know what this is" (I hate 98% of modern music blah blah blah). Please help me /mu/.
This is grabbing my interest now, I love mysteries. Any other description? How "pop"-y was it? Like Katy Perry level shit or kind of indie pop stuff?
I'll throw this out there:
Unfortunately I only heard a couple verses and I was waiting for a chorus to remember, but it was turned off before it got to it.
The sound was, if you can understand mixing and stuff, seemed half-full. Like I said, it wasn't a full WALL OF SOUND distortion/crunch, but it was like a synthy-crunch/distortion more than guitar, and it was halfway between wall and sounding "hollow"; i.e. not too layered. I don't recall there being any annoying "extra deep beats" but I could be wrong.
you excpecgtecexpect us to go on "crunchy"?
top fucking jej
what station was it m8? also what was the key of the song. how long was it. and who was the artist. and name of the song if possible. if its not to much trouble you could give me the engineer and producers name ill narrow it down for you! :)
Interesting, but don't think so.
Not indie at all. The girl singing sounded like a typical pop star. Want to say "Lady Gaga-esque" but don't think it was that extreme.
This song is good, but I don't think it was it. The other issue is I may not even recognize it. I literally only heard it for I think 20 seconds and I was more focused on getting a name.
Not this. Bit faster.
Nope. Less laid-back.
And when I say "crunchy" I mean, clearly distorted synth or something. Not Jesus and Mary Chain shit, but someone in the studio said "more jarring".
What instruments did it have?