Electro

Eyedress – Nature Trips

Eyedress is Idris Vicuña, a 23 year old producer from the Philippines. Fans of Chromatics, Kavinsky and the Drive soundtrack should check out his latest offering Nature Trips, a sparse yet shimmering slice of menacing electro-pop. Abeano are putting out his debut EP on December 2, but you can pick up Nature Trips here.

CYMBALS – The Age of Fracture

CYMBALS have announced their new album The Age of Fracture will be released January 27. The news comes accompanied by a poetry video from Submarine author Joe Dunthorne. Pre-order The Age Of Fracture here. Listen to a track the London group dropped earlier in the year, called The Natural World.

MØ – Never Wanna Know

Up-and-coming Danish electro-pop artist MØ has just released Never Wanna Know, the second track to be shared from her upcoming Bikini Daze EP, and quite possibly her finest offering to date. Following on from the fist-pumping Diplo collaboration, XXX 88, Never Wanna Know is a classy blend of elegantly impressive vocals and swooning Wall of Sound-esque instrumentals. It’s really, really… Read more »

I Break Horses – Denial

I Break Horses, the pseudonym of Swedish duo Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck, have shared their smokey new single, Denial. It’s set to be released on new 12″ for their label Bella Union while they ready the follow-up to their outstanding 2011 debut, Hearts. Denial sees I Break Horses returning on fine form with a fresh and more… Read more »

Pillar Point – Dreamin’

Dreamin’ is the simply gorgeous new release by Pillar Point, a Seattle-based musician who recently signed to Polyvinyl Records. Not much is known about Pillar Point, but what I can tell you from listening to this song is that his production skills are something to be jealous of. Expect a 7″, with Dreamin’ and the previously released… Read more »

CYMBALS – The End

The End, the latest offering by CYMBALS, was inspired by singer Jack Cleverly’s time in Paris and by the Parisian clubs of the 90s. According to Cleverly, The End is “about the night and the night out, about being young, and being the only one, and then, suddenly being older.” The London four-piece are on a roll… Read more »

Capital Cities – Farrah Fawcett Hair (feat. André 3000)

Farrah Fawcett Hair, the latest by LA’s Capital Cities, features narration courtesy of NPR’s Frank Tavares as well as a crazy catchy verse by André 3000 and it sounds….. amazing! Honestly, this is one of the most random and catchiest songs you’ll hear this year. And, if you’re like me, where André 3000 goes you’ll follow. Farrah Fawcett… Read more »

Classixx – Valley Vacation

Classixx‘ latest offering, Valley Vacation is another shimmering and optimistic synth-disco jam. The LA duo have a really smooth style of electro that blends modern day production with retro influences, and the results are totally addictive. The saxophone solo that hits in towards the end of this track is just incredible too. Total 80’s buzz, and I… Read more »

Valleys – Hounds

Montreal-based duo Valleys drop their new album, Are You Going To Stand There And Talk Weird All Night?, at the end of the month. Here’s Matilda Perks and Marc St Louis second single, Hounds. Hounds runs at just over six minutes in length and it’s another perfect slice of dark electro-pop coming from Montreal’s thriving music scene. According… Read more »

New Build – False Thing

New Build, the electro-pop act founded by Hot Chip members Felix Martin and Al Doyle, are back with an awesome new track entitled, False Thing. It’s the groups first offering of new material since their underrated 2012 debut, Yesterday Was Lived & Lost. The track kicks off with one of the year’s slickest basslines, it’s just… Read more »