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ANML returns with new single and EP

Cinematic gospel electronica? HELL YES!

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Ticktock – “A Violence of Innocence” Review

Awkward genre shifting pop for the artsy inner self

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Introducing… Lydmor

Denmark’s new underground electropop star rises

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Video Vault – ionnalee

A full 53 minute film that showcases the amazing new album

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WE ARE TEMPORARY – “Embers” Review

Electro-Art-Pop that you can dance and cry to at the same time

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Mesadorm’s Second Single Makes Me Excited

Electronica album channelling Lamb coming in spring

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Jacob Bellens

Introducing… Jacob Bellens

Electro pop for those missing Royksopp

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Helga Arvesten

Introducing… Helga Arvesten

Sweden’s budding alt-pop princess

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Kelly Lee Owens

Kelly Lee Owens – “Kelly Lee Owens” Review

Less is more with this electronica artist

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Introducing… Mesadorm

Crazy cute indie pop project to make you smile

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Lupa J

Lupa J “A House I Don’t Remember” Review

Lupa J’s continuing development as a musician is quite fascinating because as a classically trained violinist, she’s further moved away from that world into darker, more fragmented electronica with each release. Her latest EP pushes that trend further and you’ll only hear the violin as a synth bleeding out behind all the effects and beats. […]

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Tune Yards return with new single – album to follow

This time she’s on the 80’s dancefloor

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Introducing… KNIGHTSTOWN

A sweeping artistic electronica piece all fez’d up

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Fever Ray

Fever Ray returns after eight year break

You’re invited to an bondage tea party.

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Willow Beats

Introducing… Willow Beats

Chilled beats and grooves for the thinking mind

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Zola Blood

Zola Blood – “Infinite Games” Review

An album crammed with hits in waiting

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Ryan Vail

Introducing… Ryan Vail

Swimming in the chilled zone

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A Million Machines

Introducing… A Million Machines

Anthems for dark alleys

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Olga Bell

Olga Bell – “America” Review

A bonus EP of misfits that don’t quite hang together

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Son Lux

Son Lux – “Remedy” Review

Turning a man into a band

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