Ukrainian Electroclashy ElectroPop outfit Sexinspace have released a new video for their single ‘Glitter & Pain’.
It’s dark club stuff, shiny and glamorous.
‘Glitter & Pain’ is out now.
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Here is the new video for Le Corps Mince De Françoise’s forthcoming single ‘Future Me’, it’s quite funky and poppy by LCMDF standards with a wicked groove and catchy vocals. The washed out and dreamy clip compliments it perfectly.
The video was directed By Philipp Käßbohrer.
‘Future Me’ is released 21th February on Heavenly and comes from their long awaited début full lengths record ‘Love & Nature’, which drops 18th February.
Remember Black Strobe’s ElectroClash classic ‘Me And Madonna’?
Grand Crüe get gritty and dirty with the track which keeps it’s sleazy vibe but gets some added grimy synths. Acid growling meets ElectroClash hypnotics in this late night/early morning reMix.
Black Strobe’s ‘Me And Madonna’ is out now!
And this is just what I needed today, just what I was in the mod for!
The second single from their ‘for All Seasons’ album, Karton’s ‘All You Need’ is a pedal-to-the-metal Electro-Rock/ElectroPop powerhouse. Blowing the cobwebs out of electronic music the track is a collision of anthemic vocals, rock beats and killer synths. Still sounding a little like the harder Infusion tracks, with the buzzsaw synths, although that is no bad thing, Karton’s forthcoming album should defiantly be worth investigating.
Sound Of Habib drop ‘’All You Need’ at the end of August, the album comes later in September.
The two hot girls in the picture are Moneypenny, a Chicago based ElectroPop duo who are continuing the ElectroClash tradition but bringing it into the 21st Century.
I always felt there was something lacking in ElectroClash (aside from it being a parody of itself), but Moneypenny seem to hand pick the best elements and wrap them up in some contemporary ElectroPop. The end result is sassy, sexy and straight up dancefloor.
Check out their latest track, ‘Cool & The Gang’, which has that ElectroClash feel but musically combines elements of ElectroPop, French Electro-House, Electro Funk and even a little Acid up in there to create something that feels a lot more relevant than ElectroClash ever did.
♫ Moneypenny – Cool & The Gang
You can download the track for free by heading over to their MySpace and signing up to their mailing list, an email address is a small price to pay for tunes like this!
Vice recently teamed up with Intel to unleash The Creators Project onto an unsuspecting world. Set up to showcase creative innovation and to facilitate content creation form some of the hippest music and arts creators around right now.
Electro maniac Peaches gets the spotlight at http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/en-uk/creators/peaches discussing art and technology. Well worth a watch!
[Via Vice Magazine]
Australian Breaks duo Karton get their Electro on with this track ‘We Bleed’, the first single from their forthcoming album ‘For All Seasons’.
Backed up by reMixes from Future Funk Squad, Infusion and the Hump Day, the single is a full on slice of Electro-Rock that’s reminiscent of Infusion’s harder material (like ‘Better World’) with a huge anthemic chorus. Powerful, with huge production, this track has a driving energy that can’t be stopped!
Sound Of Habib drop ‘We Bleed’ on 17th May, the album comes later in September.
It’s a reMix that reminds me about everything that’s good about proper bangers. Amongst all the, frankly, joke Electro around these days it’s refreshing to hear a full on, no shit, pumping Electro-House tune!
Driving, aggressive Synths, raucous vocals and a touch of early Sheep On Drugs kick this track to the dancefloor.
WaxDolls’ ‘Spoilt Rich Bitches’ is out now.
If you really made me pin Party Horse down, genre wise, I mean if you had a gun to my head, I would probably say, er, Disco-Rock? Maybe…
The Anglo-Dutch duo appear to throw a bit of everything in the mix. Chainsaw guitars, 16-Bit game sounds, analog synths & cheap drum machines and an aesthetic that is nothing short of 70’s Top Of The Pops. If Mark Bolan (in the 70’s…still alive) had been backed by The Human League and produced by Giorgio Moroder and then fed through a fuzzbox you are coming somewhere near Party Horse.
But look beyond the glam, look beyond the strut, and what you have there is some really classic pop songs. Check the video for their track ‘Lazer Beam’:
Party Horse are about to embark on a UK tour supporting CHEW LiPS:
19 Apr: Suno, Leicester
20 Apr: Arts Centre, Nowrich
21 Apr: Bodega, Nottingham
22 Apr: Faversham, Leeds
23 Apr: ABC 2, Glasgow
24 Apr: Café Drummonds, Aberdeen
25 Apr: Acadamy 2, Liverpool
26 Apr: Academy 2, Sheffield
27 Apr: Sugermill, Stoke
29 Apr: The Cooler, Bristol
30 Apr: Cargo, London
1 May: Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
Looking to release their début single at the start of the summer, until the visit the Horse on MySpace: