Here’s the video for DFA Abrasive AcidElectroPoppers Factory Floor’s new single How You Say. An energetic and hypnotic slice of IndustroPop with a House groove.
The clip was directed buy Dan Tombs & Nik Colk Void and features singer Void on TV and loads of stripes.
Factory Floor’s How You Say is released 14th April.
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Out soon is the début EP, Tigris, from new New York based artist King Deco. A nexus for Future R&B, Chillwave and avant guarde ElectroPop, King Deco is about to release an ambitious record, but one she seems to nail quite comfortably. The highlight of the Brooklyn based Jordanian’s EP is the electronic Pop dream that is Ocean. Wade in.
It’s hard to pinpoint what our favourite element of King Deco’s Ocean is. It’s a toss up between King Deco’s effortlessly beautiful voice or the ghostly electronic beats. Fittingly for a track called Ocean, the synths seem to swim around the track. There’s a very fluid feels to the swirls of rich pads and hazy melodies. A slight Industrial purcussion set injects the track with an icy edge that is tempered only by Kind Deco’s mesmerising vocals. An impressive start.
♫ King Deco – Ocean (Prod. Ryland Blackinton And One Love)
King Deco’s Tigris EP is out this week.
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Out this week is the I Wish I Were Leaving single from Bright Light Bright Light. The title track sees BLx2 performing his critically acclaimed duet with Sir Elton John, but it’s also packed with a couple of B-sides, one of the being the expansive She Carves Her Desire. A mesmerizing SynthPop tune that is epic in both scope and sound. Have a listen.
She Carves Her Desire is a sprawling ElectroPop opus. Backed by shuffling mid-tempo beats, Rod’s voice rises and falls with the string’s swelling, while haunting piano and burbling synths craft out the tracks atmosphere. From Rod belting out the chorus the the piercing synth lead, this is goosebump inducing stuff.
♫ Bright Light Bright Light – She Carves Her Desire
Bright Light Bright Light’s I Wish I Were Leaving is out now
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Disco superstar Goldroom has unleashed his eagerly awaited reMix of Danish QuirkPop enigma MØ’s Don’t Wanna’ Dance. The track is taken from her recently released début album, No Mythologies To Follow, which dropped in early March to critical acclaim. The Dreamwave originator washed the track is some more if his blissful fantasy Tropical vibes.
The vocals on this one are the perfect amount of soulful hazy to pair up with Josh’s beats. A laid back, beach party, House tune, this reMix serves up the sunkissed sounds by the truckload. Punchy synth bass powers the track, doing all the heavy lifting, leaving tons of room of MØ’s dreamy vocal and waves of warm keys to carry you away.
♫ MØ – Don’t Wanna’ Dance (Goldroom reMix)
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Brooklyn based SynthPoppers Blank Paper are about to release their new EP, the follow up to last years Tape Dreams EP. the lead tune, Ambien, is an insanely good, catchy, raw, ElectroPop stormer with an epic chorus.
Directed by Patrice Lighter, here’s the video for the track, a New York noir that sees the band coming to conflict.
Blank Paper’s new EP is out soon.
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Up-and-coming UK singer Veiga Sanchez, A.K.A. Salt Ashes, has just released her début single, Somebody. The Brighton based Italo-Popstress new tune also comes complete with this blissful reworking from one of our favourite German outfits, Satin Jackets. Prepare for some hazy summertime sounds.
With pure carefree vibes, Satin Jackets transform the original into a nostalgic, laid back, poolside churner. Airy melodies and a breezy piano hook give the Pop side of the track an organic, fluid edge; kept in place with a water-tight Disco beat. This is definitely a nice slice of port-Dreamwave Nu-Disco, and one for lazy summer afternoons.
♫ Salt Ashes – Somebody (Satin Jackets reMix)
Salt Ashes’ Somebody is out now.
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Walter Sobcek – The Parifornia Tapes: April Edition = Hold tight for another forty minutes of upfront Dreamwave, EelctroPop and Nu-Disco from international duo Walter Sobcek. This one’s pure sunshine vibes y’all.
♫ Walter Sobcek – The Parifornia Tapes: April Edition
01. Alan Braxe – Time Machine (Chateaubriand reMix)
02. Bondax – Giving It All (FKJ reMix)
03. Claus Casper – Deep Inside
04. Phil Collins – In The Air Tonight (Vintage Culture reMix)
05. Da French Connexion – Revolution
06. Justus Köhncke – Timecode
07. The Cure – Just Like Heaven (The Penelopes reMix)
08. Nervo – Hold On (Fred Falke reMix)
09. Haim – If I Could Change Your Mind (Cerrone Funk Mix)
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Moderns is the new project from out very own Let Em Riot. Alan isn’t alone in this venture, some Dude called Chris is along for the ride too; and between the two of them they are making some sweet, evocative SynthPop. The journey begins with Sub Urban, and a staggeringly impressive début it is too.
Sub Urban is a big cinematic slice of ElectroPop, but not one that eschews emotion for pomposity, this track has soul in truckloads. There’s an obvious comparison to Let Em Riot, with an added cleanness and sparkle.With a punchy bassline to power the track along, Sub Urban is loaded with starlight snyths and playful purcussion, tempered only by the occasional electronic growl. Alan’s vocals and as passionate and emotive as ever and nicely tie the tune together. We’re very excited to see where this is going.
♫ Moderns – Sub Urban
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These Streets is the jazzy new single from ElectroPop captain Frankmusik. A track with so much swing it’s hard not to sink into it.
Danny Land directs the video, which sees Vincent literally on his streets.
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DancePop powerhouse Clean Bandit team up with Sharna Bass for their new single, Extraordinary. A House lite ElectroPop tune so catchy there’s no way it won’t chart.
Anna Patarakina and Daria Novickay put the clip together, which is just all kinds of chaos in Cuba.
Clean Bandit’s Extraordinary is released 19th May.
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