Articles tagged electropop

DEMAR - “Wild Ride” (audio) (premiere)

DEMAR's emotionally-charged electropop song with soaring vocals reflects on a "sometimes incredible, but mostly heartbreaking situation".

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PARENTZ - “LoseCTRL” (audio) (premiere)

PARENTZ creates multi-layered art-pop reminding listeners to let it all go on "LoseCTRL".

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Lindsay Latimer - “Prom Queens” (audio) (premiere)

Lindsay Latimer blends a range of influences into an unsuspecting pop anthem package.

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Imitating Aeroplanes: Planet Language

The middle of the album by itself would represent a largely unremarkable debut for the electropop of Imitating Aeroplanes. But the beginning and end of this album are so strong that they lift up the whole record.

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Expect the Unexpected: A Conversation with Sparks

For nearly half a century (and a new album to boot), the Mael brothers Ron and Russell have been confounding listeners' expectations with their ever-changing, stylistically broad brand of artfully rendered pop.

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Becca Richardson - “Wanted” (video) (premiere)

Becca Richardson's new song is an ethereal dreamscape of electropop and blues that fades the lines between surrealism, symbolism, and what is real.

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8 Sep 2017 // 2:20 AM

ODESZA: A Moment Apart

ODESZA demonstrate their natural ability to write tight, late summer floor fillers on mixed third album.

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25 Aug 2017 // 10:00 AM

Lorde - “Perfect Places” (Singles Going Steady)

"Perfect Places" is pretty much the perfect capstone to Lorde's conceptual Melodrama.

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Moxi - “Figures Bathed in Light” (video) (premiere)

Moxi creates "beautiful, creepy, strange, and dreamy" electropop birthed out of a near-fatal car crash.

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11 Aug 2017 // 7:43 AM

Kesha: Rainbow

Forged out of difficult circumstances, Rainbow emerges with such absolute confidence of vision that it instantly goes down as one of the best pop albums of the year.

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1 Aug 2017 // 10:38 AM

OMD - “The Punishment of Luxury” (Singles Going Steady)

The latest track from OMD is a straightforward indictment of consumer culture and those who would champion it.

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SIRMA - To Love (album stream) (premiere)

SIRMA creates cerebral, layered electronic pop music depicting the stages of falling in love.

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Erasure: From Moscow to Mars - An Erasure Anthology

From Moscow to Mars is a definitive set that thoroughly explores three decades of pop magic by the veteran British duo.

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Calvin Harris: Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1

Calvin Harris’s new album Funk Wav Bounces Vol.1 is a high-water mark for good vibes pop, reflecting the whimsical and collaborative spirit that is prevailing in pop music right now.

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10 Jul 2017 // 8:29 AM

White Sea: Tropical Odds

White Sea's debut separated her sound from her previous work with M83, but the lush, morose dance-pop of her piecemeal sophomore effort paints her as a truly compelling pop figure.

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26 Jun 2017 // 7:19 AM

Little Cub: Still Life

South London's Little Cub craft a debut album that elegantly addresses modern-era woes via a blanket of warm, familiar influences.

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20 Jun 2017 // 2:30 AM

Lorde: Melodrama

Lorde continues to mine the uncertainties of youth, the tribulations of romance, and an ambivalence toward partying on her revelatory sophomore album.

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14 Jun 2017 // 8:52 AM

Katy Perry: Witness

Who's going to bear Witness? The listeners, of course, because this album, unfortunately, proves to be one hell of a burden.

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12 Jun 2017 // 2:10 AM

Woman: Happy Freedom

Happy Freedom may be the only album to make you think of Marvin Gaye and Kraftwerk at the same time.

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7 Jun 2017 // 11:19 AM

ODESZA - “Late Night” (Singles Going Steady)

ODESZA’s "Late Night" is the perfect segue from spring into summer.

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