Articles tagged electropop

6 Apr 2015 // 1:05 AM

Big Data: 2.0

Submitted for your approval, Big Data presents a dark dance-pop album written by NSA agents and sentient surveillance machinery.

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13 Oct 2014 // 1:04 AM

Lights: Little Machines

The Canadian singer-songwriter decides that pop music is no place for individualism or high-energy performances on her third album.

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7 May 2014 // 11:30 AM

Thomas Azier: Hylas

Retro-gazing electronic pop of the broad-stroked, emotive variety, the debut LP of Berlin-based, Dutch musician Thomas Azier is one of the most confident debuts by a male electronic artist in ages.

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7 Jun 2011 // 9:00 PM

I Blame Coco: The Constant

By turns aggressive and vulnerable, sophisticated and childlike, punk and pop, The Constant is the product of a young, but talented, multi-faceted artist.

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12 Apr 2010 // 9:00 PM

Ellie Goulding: Lights

Another quirkily-voiced female singer-songwriter dabbling in the '80s with indie sensibility, as if we didn’t have enough of them in the charts in 2009.

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20 Mar 2009 // 5:06 AM

20 Questions: Jupiter Rising

The LA electropop duo Jupiter Rising may not be re-inventing the wheel with their club-friendly pop, but as Evan Sawdey noted back in 2007 "who needs to be revolutionary when you’re having so much fun?" The duo's (Spencer Nezey and Jessica Payo) new record, The Quiet Hype came out March 17th and the recently sat down for PopMatters' 20 Questions.

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10 Feb 2009 // 8:00 PM

Boyz II Men + Jupiter Rising

In their opening set, Los Angeles-based duo Jupiter Rising carefully straddled the surprisingly fine line between cutting-edge and completely clichéd by crafting a slick live sound generally unheard of in the pop world.

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10 Sep 2007 // 9:46 PM

Jupiter Rising: Electropop

Who needs to break new ground when you're breakin' it down?

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