Australian Disco scene lynchpin Cassian’s Running (featuring vocals from Cleopold) was released late last year with it;s uplifting HousePop brilliance. The tune has now got itself a slick-as-hell video. Watch below.
Directed by Lukasz Pytlik, the clip sees a retro futuristic Astronaut land on a strange planet who’s atmosphere conjures a mix between memory and hallucination. It look’s amazing!
Cassian’s Running is out now.
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Here’s the first new track from London SynthPoppers Monarchy’s long awaited new album, Abnocto. It’s called Dancing In The Corner and sees a the duo take on a more aggressive, rhythmic, sound.
The video was directed by Ch. Martínez and has got all the dancing going on, but few corners.
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Hotly tipped London ElectroPoppers Years & Years are set to release their new single in a month or so. This one is King, a hazy summery tune.
The clip was directed by Nadia and filmed in LA, It highlights choreography from acclaim music video choreographer Ryan Heffington.
Years & Years’ King is released 1st March.
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Here’s the new video from Let Em Riot side project Moderns. It’s for a track called Kowalski from their self-titled début EP; a sweeping and majestic slice of Dreamwave ElectroPop. There’s power in this one.
Check out the hypnotic video below, and grab their new EP right now on their Bandcamp page.
Moderns’ self-titled début EP is out now.
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Taigatrost are a Norwegian duo making some atmospheric and soulful ecclectic ElectroPop. Their new single Unveil perfectly blends Icy Scandinavian Electro with warm and emotional vocals. Check out the video below.
Directed by Espen Skagen, the clip follows a field recording session in the bands hometown Tromsø, in the far north of Norway. It;s pretty stunning.
Taigatrost’s Unveil is out now.
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We’re being treated to so much new Ronika these days. Here most recent shimmering offering Marathon is out this week, backed with a reMix from The Penelopes and B-sided with World Is Turning. Which is all amazing. But wait; there’s more! Here’s one of Ronika’s inspired DIY videos.
Directed by Al Mackay, the clip is almost note perfect for indecipherable late 70s/early 80s European TV as Ron guests on a Mediterranean chatshow. Not sure they get it.
Speaking of The Penelope’s reMix. Wrap your lug-holes around this one. The London based Frenchmen lay down the Synth Disco thick with pounding beats and heavy Electro bass amidst Ronika’s cheeky Boogie.
♫ Ronika – Marathon (The Penelopes reMix)
Ronika’s Marathon is released 1st December via Record Shop.
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Ali Love’s P.U.M.P. album is amongst our favourite LPs of the year. Oof the record’s arresting highlights, Picture Perfect, with it’s Sci-Fi analog Rave vibes, has been given a striking video treatment.
Matilda Finn directed the clip, a dizzying and glamorous hazy nightclub fantasy.
Ali Love’s P.U.M.P. is out now.
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A few weeks ago we brought you Keyboards & Synths, the current single from Russian ElectroPoppers Tesla Boy; their love letter to electronic music. Now check out the track brand new video.
Put together by Anton Sevidov, Sergey Mezentsev,Lena Tsodykovskaya, the clip is a hilarious record breaking synth attempt.
Tesla Boy’s Keyboards & Synths is out now.
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Röyksopp’s final release in the album format, the aptly titled The Inevitable End has been out as few weeks now and is looking set to be one of our favourite albums of the year. The first track taken from the record, Skulls, has now got it’s own music video. Imagine that!
Norwegian director and long time collaborator Stian Andersen delivers a suitably eerie clip. Cabin in the woods, Röyksopp style.
Röyksopp’s The Inevitable End is released on November.
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French Touch legend Lifelike is back, and this time he’s bringing the godfather of Italo, Giorgio Moroder with him. Here’s his new retro-funkin’ space-crusin’ single Overdrive.
Check out the video, it’s a load of arse. Also a little bit creepy.
Lifelike’s Overdrive is released 8th December.
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