Out this week is not only Stockholm BassPop princess
Little Jinder’s début album Break Up, but also her new single, Won’t Look Back. A laid back slice of emotional ElectroPop, check otu the video.
Sarah Graffman and Josefine herself filmed the clip, which like many of Little Jinder’s videos, is pretty much her and her friends mucking about.
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Here’s the video for Brooklyn SynthPoppers
Beacon’s excellent single Drive. A swirling slice of moody, emotional electronica with a haunting swing to it.
Will Joines directs the clip, which is amazingly beautifully shot in brooding tones. It’s as enigmatic as the track itself.
Beacon’s début album
The Ways We Separate is out now on Ghostly International.
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Goin’ Old School isn’t a trip down music memory lane, it’s a mugging in the dark alleyway of nostalgia:
today we’re kicking off with Bomb The Bass’ raucous Hip-House monster Megablast from 1988 .
Here’s The Art Of Noise’s haunting, yet Industrial, Moments In Love from 1985.
Finally funkin’ out with Tina Cross’
Koo De Tah’s hit Body Talk, again from 1985.
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Touch Sensitive’s Pizza Guy has been making some serious waves in Nu-Disco circles this past month, out now on Future Classic the track is a euphoric slice of synthesizer boogie.
Adding fuel to the fire is the brand new video. Directed by Entropico, the clip features cameos from Van She, Flume, Jagwar Ma and Chet Faker, with the star turn of the pizza guy performed by Touch Sensitive himself.
Pizza Guy is out now.
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Yuksek and Oh Land’s Last Of Out Kinds. You know we like it by now.
Ines Marzat directs the video, which is a little abstract. NO sure what it has to do with the track, but it;s nice to look at.
Partyfine EP#1 is out now.
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Recently, Canada’s finest ElectroPop export,
Parallels released a new EP following their fantastic XII album. Things Fall Apart has now been given a super slick video treatment.
Artem Galperine directed the clip, which is lit and edited just like you;d imagine a Parallels video to be. Hazy, dreamlike yet exciting. Looking amazing.
Things Fall Apart is out now.
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Here’s the video for Australian ElectroPop heroes
The Presets’ forthcoming new single, , taken from their, frankly, amazing third studio album, Fall Pacifica.
The video lives up to the track’s title, featuring some extreme falling.
Fall is out soon on Modular Recordings.
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Dresden is SynthPop legends Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark’s second single from their impressive current album English Electric.
Check out the trippy visual laden video for the track that utilises a nice mix of live action and animation.
Dresden is released 17th May, pre-order here.
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Want eight minutes of funkin’; New Your Disco with a Poppy Indie-Electro edge? Well you’ve come to the right place then, here’s the amazing
Holy Ghost!’s new single, Dumb Disco Ideas.
Directed by Ben Fries, the video a is a lightbox fuelled, Disco time-lapse of the NYC skyline and flashing modular synths. It;s minimal, allowing you to sit back and soak up the song itself.
Dumb Disco Ideas is out now on DFA.
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Yesterday we dropped
Maya Jane Coles and Karin Park’s awesome new single, Everything, on you. Today we have the video!
Thomas Knights directs the video, the second awesome taxidermy themed video this month, has a really nice (or not so nice) ending.
Maya Jane Coles’
Everything is out now.
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