poppish

poppish

(ˈpɒpɪʃ)
adj
(Pop Music) music having musical elements similar to pop music
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Sa chs quotes from his 2005 correspondence with Rosler to show us that she "thought of them in a Poppish context" (SS, 78).
Musical director/keyboardist Zachary Provost leads the band though Brainpool's synthesizer-heavy, poppish score.
After poppish output like are of a Diver and Back in the High Life, About Time finds him at home with polyrhythmic soul and his trusty Hammond, reinventing himself yet again, his voice recognizable but somehow more mature and expressive than the kid who belted out "Gimme Some Lovin'" nearly forty years ago.
Not surprisingly, this misfit found happiness in the emerging punk scene, first seining modest success with poppish outfit the Nips.
After it had flopped, he petulantly told critics that he wouldn't make an album "of the s*** poppish style to which they [the Americans] are accustomed".
She said: "This single is poppish to get airplay, it's a different kind of motivation but the rest of the stuff took me a long time and a lot of hard work to produce and I'm proud of it.