[Download] Teeel reMixes The New Division’s ‘Senseless’



Not for the first time New Jersey’s hardest working synth-head Teeel is taking on the challenge of reMixing LA Indie-Electro outfit New Division. These guys have swapped reMixes a couple of time and the latest of these exchanges sees Teeel working his magic on The New Divisions’ current single, Senseless, which was released earlier this month.

Teeel’s take on Senseless is a cascading synthetic affair.  Layers upon Layers of bristling arpeggios and buzzing bass wash over each other, taking time to settle in before Teeel re-introduced the original’s anthemic vocals. Stripping out the Indie side of the track, this one is pure SynthPop, a sprawling track whose expansive synths match the cavernous vocals perfectly.

The New Division – Senseless (Teeel reMix)

The New Division’s Senseless is out now.

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[Download] Teeel’s ‘Imperial’ reMixed by MNYNMS



Here’s something petty sweet and blissful to kick off you week. This storming reMix of our favourite new Jersey synth master Teeel’s Imperial comes from new Texan duo MNYNMS (who shall henceforth be referred to as Many Names). Putting aside for a second our hatred of artists who just have names they’ve dropped the vowels from (c’mon, it’s not 2007 any more!), this is an absolutely beautiful slice of synthesizer gold that offers up something for both the feet and the heart.

Dropping the tempo and heaping on the lushness, MNYNMS give the track their own spin. Subtly introducing a slight laid back Deep House groove that has been wrapped up in warm SynthPop swirls to Imperial, this reMix takes all the things we love Teeel for (classic synthetics, majestic, magical and galactic moods and a relaxed dancefloor vibe) and runs with them; culminating in a richly textured and emotionally resonant SynthPop tune that demands to be stuck on repeat. Let this one carry you away.

Teeel – Imperial (MNYNMS reMix)

Teeel’s Hydrostatic is out now.

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[Video] Teeel’s ‘Disk Go’


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Here’s the video fro New Jersey based SynthPopper Teeel’s Disk Go, taken from his brand new album Hydrostatic. A track, which like most of the record, is a squelchy New Wave-fest, loaded with nostalgia.

Adam Murphy directs the VHS tinged clip which runs a nice line in vintage video effects.

Teeel’s Hydrostatic is out now.

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[Audio] Teeel’s ‘Temple Of The Sun’



Check out this space age slice of awesomeness. Temple Of The Sun is the latest tune from New Jersey based SynthWaver Teeel and is his contribution to new compilation album Violent Success Presents: Retro Future. Alongside the likes of Betamaxx and Arc Neon, Teeel delivers something a little different with this one, taking in a few more, wider, influences.

Mixing up a little SynthWave, a little Indie, a little ElectroPop and even a little Tropical into one vintage synth laden beats, Teeel crafts a breezy, chill, mood with Temple Of The Sun. Layers of buzzing and pulsating synths intertwine with each other, laying down robotic melodies. This is tempered with some distant, hazy vocals and some light, New Order-esque string instrumentation. The result is a slick, nostalgic, four minutes of bliss.

♫ Teeel – Temple Of The Sun

You can find Teel’s Temple Of The Sun as part of the Violent Success Presents: Retro Future compilation here.

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[Audio] TEEEL’s new tune


It a new tune from our favourite New jersey based SynthWaver TEEEL! This new tune, Imperial, is only available on Mannequin Records’ new compilation album, The End Of Civilization. The release is available digitally, or on limited edition vinyl, TEEEL’s track is worth the price alone.

Imperial is a big, sweeping, SynthPop tune with all the power of a Sci-Fi epic. Keeping with the Brooklyn Lo-Fi SynthWave sound, TEEEL expertly crafts a blanket of lush analog sounds, fresh with pulsating bass and shimmering leads. TEEEL’s epic, anthemic song flows perfectly over the top and culminates in a gritty, but utterly soulful, synthetic love song.

♫ TEEEL – Imperial

You can pick up the The End Of Civilization compilation here.

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Synth Records team up with Nooka for compilation


Brooklyn based SynthWave producer TEEEL is hooking up with New York design house Nooka, and bringing Aimes and the rest of the Synth Records crew along for the ride. They are all bringing you a free 13 track album, to be released three tracks at a time over the next few weeks.

I’ll be honest, I didn’t know what, or who, a Nooka was. Apparently they are a fashion design company that mostly does watches and accessories. They do some nice stuff to, retro futuristic style. Which makes the the perfect brand partners for Synth Records, who continue that retro future vibe into their music. The 13 track compilation, Noozik, kicks off this week with the first three tunes including these two from TEEEL and Aimes, who both offer up suitably Sci-Fi slices of SynthWave and Chillwave respectively. All of Synth Records output tends to fall in the ‘pretty awesome’ category, so a 13 track compilation should be a treat. The three tracks a week thing is a bit annoying though.

TEEEL – Nooka Radio

Aimes – Nooka Theme

You can find all the downloads here, a page to keep an eye on for the rest of the album.

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‘Retro Futuristic Sound: Revisited 2k12’


KIEZ BEATS are about to release yet another awesome compilation of retro Electro sounds. These guys really are shifting, maybe under Futurecop!’s influence, straight into the SynthWave territory. Sure, there are still hints of Nu-Disco and Dreamwave scattered about ‘Retro Futuristic Sound: Revisited 2k12’’s whopping 20 tracks, but this is mostly headed down the same road as Outrun.

The line up is pretty amazing, loaded with retro  sounds and dance beats. Some of the highlights include The Toxic Avenger and Annie’s amazing ‘Alien Summer’ as reMixed by Eumig & Chinon. Pelifics and Electric Youth’s ‘Wish It Could Last’ also makes an appearance, sounding as ‘80’s as ever. Miami Nights 1984, one of the masters of SynthWave, brings his ‘Clutch’ to the proceedings, a soaring synthesizer epic. TEEEL gets a look in with his dreamy, Chillwavey, ‘Crystal Lake’ and the best thing to come out of Jakarta ever, Mjolnir, drop their Slick DiscoPop track with Dani, ‘Midway’. The whole album is absolutely top quality, Nu-Disco and SynthWave, check out some of the track and the tracklisting below.

♫ The Toxic Avenger (Feat. Annie) – Alien Summer(Eumig & Chinon reMix)

♫ Pelifics With Electric Youth – Wish It Could Last (Original Mix)

♫ Miami Nights 1984 – Clutch

♫ TEEEL – Crystal Lake

♫ Mjolnir (Feat. Dini) – Midway

The tracklist:

1. Lemâitre – The End (Extended Version)
02. Franklin – I Know (Com Truise reMix)
03. Pelifics With Electric Youth – Wish It Could Last (Original Mix)
04. TEEEL – Crystal Lake
05. Chateau Marmont – Receive And Follow
06. DW – Nine Lives (Johan Agebjörn & Le Prix reMix)
07. Tobtok – Reincarnation
08. Le Cassette – You Are You Are
09. Pablo Decoder – Sometimes Lonely
10. Space Life – Anatomy
11. Miami Nights 1984 – Clutch
12. Gin Joints – For Tonight (Neon Workout reMix)
13. Voyager – Lovers (Original Mix)
14. Mjolnir (Feat. Dini) – Midway
15. The Toxic Avenger (Feat. Annie ) – Alien Summer(Eumig & Chinon reMix)
16. NIAS – She Would (Saint Pauli reMix)
17. Garth Knight – AutoTron (Re-Master)
18. Awkoder – Lovely Eyes
19. The Fascination Movement – Interaction
20. Viceroy – Sunburn (Original Mix)

‘Retro Futuristic Sound: Revisited 2k12’ is released 26th June.

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TEEEL reMixes Ian McGlynn

Ian McGlynn

TEEEL is back with another new reMix, where the New Jersey based SynthWave producer get the time I’ll never know, each one is a gem too, Up next is this reMix, we are prémiering today, of fellow New Jersey resident, singer/songwriter Ian McGlynn’s new single ‘Gold Morning Mend’.

McGlynn’s passionate vocal delivery makes for the prefect companion to TEEEL’s dreamy synthetic soundscapes. The reverb washed, almost Chillwavey, vocals lend themselves well to a quirky ElectroPop style, and a quirky ElectroPop style is what TEEEL delivers. By now we’ve heard enough TEEEL to look forward to his emotional synthesizer work, live sounding electronics played with feeling, and with this reMix he wraps up McGlynn’s track in a cocoon of buzzing synths and cosmic melodies. TEEEL and McGlynn deliver a wonderfully heartfelt peice of electronic music here. Perfect for lazy summer nights.

Ian McGlynn – Gold Morning Mend (TEEEL reMix)

‘Gold Morning Mend’ is taken from Ian McGlynn’s forthcoming album, ‘Now We’re Golden’, released 5th June.

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TEEEL & Ana Lola Roman

Ana Lola Roman

Well TEEEL is just a reMix machine these days. The past couple of week have seen him drop loads of new tune. Not that we’re complaining, especially with his latest, a mix of Ana Lola Roman’s ‘Telegram’.

Reimagining Ana Lola as some kind of dreamlike Italo Disco diva, this reMix. Rolling bass and rich synths wash over each other building to a sweeping chorus, the vocals in this track acting almost and another instrument, weaving in and out of the electronics. TEEEL has crafted the track to walk the thin line between dancefloor and soundscape, and has mastered both with skill.

Ana Lola Roman – Telegram (TEEEL reMix)

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TEEEL & Selebrities


Rapidly becoming one of our favourite producers, the New Jersey based TEEEL cements his reputation even more by reMixing the awesome New Wave outfit Selebrities.

Taking ‘Forgotten’, Selebrities swirling mixture of Shoegaze and ElectroPop, TEEEL pulls back on the guitars and drops a huge electronic beat and layers of thick, lush synths. The track actually retains the same mood, the same dreamlike groove, but the added synths give it that cosmic edge and the variation in the drum pattern shake up the track.

Selebrities – Forgotten (TEEEL reMix)

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