Made up of Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser, MGMT return with a new song called “Little Dark Age”. Surprisingly, their sound has evolved favorably for those of us who like Electro Pop music. Personally, I really hope they go in this direction. Somehow, this tune reminds me of New Wave artists from the early 80s, such as Depeche Mode and Yazoo. On the other hand, the Gothic-themed video features Horror manga/anime references. Well, this is the best song I’ve heard from them in years! Can’t wait to listen to their upcoming album in 2018.
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Hot Chip Return With A Music Video Featuring Dancing Robots
Check out the latest robotics-inspired music video from Hot Chip. The cutting-edge visuals for “Broken” show you the boy band of the future comprised of dancing robots fueled by artificial intelligence.
Such a spectacular single is taken from the eighth studio album, ‘Freakout/Release,’ launched four months ago. I swear there are so many good songs that become difficult for me to pick a favorite one.
Somehow, I believe they mix vintage and modern tones to perfection throughout the entire material.
Clearly, these British musicians never tire of innovating by implementing infectious synthesizers and huge singalong choruses. In the case of “Broken,” the emotive lyrics resonate with a feeling of defeat and a call for listeners to have empathy.
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Electro-Pop Made In Canada, Listen To “Illusions” By Nouveaux
Discovering Nouveaux‘s music feels like finding a hidden treasure. The new band from British Columbia, Canada, plans to shape the future of Electro-Pop in the Land of the Maple Leaf.
Seriously, their debut single, “Illusions” is highly addictive to listen to. Not to mention, the accompanying visuals have a real retro-futuristic vibe, transcending time and space.
On the other hand, the charismatic vocalist Michelle Smolnicki turns her lyrics into a call to reflection on authentic love and fantasy. Loaded with desires of nostalgia and passion, “Illusions” could easily fit any mood or playlist.
Good jams are very underrated these days. Only those with good taste in music will notice this Electro-Pop project is an exceptional effort made in Canada which abounds in creativity.
Can’t wait to hear more!
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Exotic Electro-Pop Producer Sindresu Shares “Daydream” Single
Exotic Electro-Pop producer Sindresu has shared his recently released single “Daydream” via Sindresu Records. The Norwegian musician has previously had his music signed to the Swedish-American record label LoudKult and featured on the YouTube Tastemaker channel and Indie label ChillYourMind. In addition, he has had three of his singles, “Get Out of My Head,” “Sublime,” and “Weightless,” appear on the popular YouTube channel MrRevillz, while on air his music has received spins on Norway’s biggest radio station NRK P1 Radio. All in all, the accumulated support has helped him to reach just under 2 million streams across platforms.
Born in Sunndalsora, Norway, but based in Stockholm, Sweden, Sindre Saether Ulfsnes, also known as Sindresu, began his musical adventure at age of five, when he was taught to play the violin. Later, he picked up the guitar and sat down to learn the piano. Presently, in search of a signature sound, Sindre blends aspects of Tropical House, Future Bass, RnB, and Pop, while drawing influence from industry giants like Avicii, Big Wild, Flume, and Matoma to create music that one can compare to the work of Sam Feldt, Kygo, and Lost Frequencies.
Sindresu sets a feel-good mood with his new record ‘Daydream’. The Norwegian musician has created an upbeat tune that steals us away and transports us to a paradisal island, where we dip our toes in salty chords and lay beneath sun-baked vocals. Like the gentle crash of waves, the melodious record soothes, capturing a moment of picturesque tranquillity.
Describing the concept of the single, Sindresu says: “Daydream is about escaping reality during dark times and is inspired by a difficult period in my life. I experienced serious burnout, which left me with declined health for a time. This song tells the story of being stuck in an unfulfilling life and dreaming of better days. I had this entire song, vocal and instrumental, finished in my head before even starting to produce it, since I wasn’t able to work at the time. The vocals were written by me and performed by vocalist Clayton Jones.”