Ea Kaya is as good as pop star as she is a fence climber. And (if her music video is anything to go by) she's a VERY GOOD fence climber.
Going into a New Year is a good time to look at which artists we should be excited about over the next 2019… when it comes to Ea Kaya, you need look no further.
The Danish artist has made a big impression on the pop scene since releasing debut single ‘Remedy’ in 2017. With her brand of up-front, no punches pulled pop, she’s getting the attention of all the right people (us included!) and building a loyal fan base for herself.
Following her second single, ‘Tied Up’ (which has 1.9M streams on Spotify to date), Ea Kaya has released new single ‘Don’t Complicate It’ which is as Ea Kaya as it comes – “I say it like it is, when you don’t say s**t”.
And, as she tells us in our interview, there’s much more to come!
James Gilmore interviewed Ea Kaya about how…
A fresh and exciting look at Spider-Man tackling the question: How many Spider-Men is too many?
Whilst we eagerly await the next instalment of Marvel’s live action series, Spidey-Christmas has come early with this animated offering. Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse gives even the biggest sceptic plenty to enjoy: from a starry cast including Chris Pine, Hailee Steinfeld and Mahershala Ali to a feel-good soundtrack.
Tackling the question of "How many Spider-Men is too many?" head-on, this fun-filled film gives us a fresh and exciting look at this iconic character.
The film is effectively carried by Shameik Moore as Miles Morales - a disengaged schoolboy who becomes Spider-Man after he is, yep you guessed it, bitten by a spider. Haven’t we heard this story before? Well, yes. And we will hear it many more times throughout the film in a smart plot device used by Phil Lord - who brings the same maverick humour as we saw in The Lego Movie and Solo: A Star…
NOT 97 is a home for discovering new music from talented, under-the-radar artists around the world. This is NOT 97.
This is NOT 97, a home for discovering new music from talented, under-the-radar artists around the world.
On each episode, three hosts and a guest meet around a table at Only NY to discuss fresh music found in the depths of the Internet. They present two tracks each, released in the last six to eight months from artists with under ten thousand followers. Discourse and context round out each show, as the team breaks down what they hear and what each sound means to them.
Today's episode features our friend Arpan Somani at the table. Arpan works in brand partnerships at SoundCloud, co-runs the Brooklyn-based independent newspaper Hands, as well as manages Jachary, whose music has previously featured on the show.
Arpan introduces us to the lush melodies of two New York newcomers: Bathe & Rum.Gold.
We introduce an electrifying, genre-blending offering from Berlin’s Tuftyhead, a…
Three Taylor Swift superfans dissect the entire Swiftography... but not, like, in a creepy way.
Holy Swift is a weekly podcast where three Taylor Swift superfans (Jessica Zaleski, Krista Doyle, and Kelly Boyles) dissect the entire Swift discography (Swiftography?), song-by-song, in meticulous detail. But not, like, in a creepy way.
On this week's episode, we're joined by Buzzfeed editor Jemima Skelley to discuss Australian nicknames, the most boring man in the world, and the song 'Back To December'.
Listen to the full episode below.
On this week's episode, we're joined by Buzzfeed editor Jemima Skelley to discuss Australian nicknames, the most boring man in the world, and the song Back To December. (70 minutes)