Articles tagged orchestral pop

13 Sep 2016 // 2:20 AM

The Divine Comedy: Foreverland

With the Divine Comedy's 11th studio album songwriter Neil Hannon delivers romance, comedy, and 18th century Russian history.

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Foreverland: An Interview with Neil Hannon of the Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy frontman discusses his latest record, cricket, composing operas, Gilbert & Sullivan, posthumous fame, musicals, his European tour, and "Catherine The Great".

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Choir of Young Believers: Grasque

Jannis Noya Makrigiannis gets lost in the clouds on his third album as Choir of Young Believers.

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Takénobu - “Curtain Call” (audio) (premiere)

The classically trained cellist focuses on orchestral pop on his endearing new single.

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Mother Falcon - “Naked + Alive” (video) (premiere)

The Texas orchestral pop band return with a new video.

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Verona - “Starless Lullaby” (audio) (premiere)

Light and shade offset beautifully on this bewitching debut single.

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Jon McLaughlin - “Don’t Mess With My Girl” (audio) (premiere)

McLaughlin turns on the charm on this loveable new track.

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Maisy Kay - “Sleep” (audio) (premiere)

16 year-old avant-pop artist Maisy Kay is so precociously talented that it's a little frightening.

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Teenage Love - “Deserted Places” (video) (premiere)

The new video by this Copenhagen-New York duo shows a wonderfully dark sense of humor.

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Grandchildren - “Nothing” (audio) (premiere)

Old and new coalesce well on the Philly band's fun new single.

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Oryx & Crake - “Hold Hand For Dry Land” (audio) (premiere)

The Atlanta orchestral pop band combines a big sound with intimate themes on their brand new tack.

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Cinerama - ‘Valentina’ (album stream) (Premiere)

Under the name Cinerama, David Gedge takes the Wedding Present's 2012 LP Valentina and puts it through a radical and stunning series of reinterpretations, transforming alt-rock into swanky jazz and orchestral lounge pop.

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Plants and Animals + Lost in the Trees: 9.June.2010 - New York

Before trading in his moccasins for boat shoes, Warren Spicer and Plants and Animals put some sweat into it at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City Wednesday night.

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//Mixed media

Indie Horror Month 2016: 'Downfall' Explores Depression, Bulimia, and Suicide through Horror

// Moving Pixels

"Downfall finds horror in helpfulness.

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