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Memoryy – “I Love You Maybe”

A newly released delight from Memoryy, “I Love You Maybe” exudes anthemic ’80s pop appeal. Shaun Hettinger again impresses with stellar production from this project, following up prior successes like “Fi...
 
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Evripidis and his Tragedies – “Lycabettus”

Lycabettus by Evripidis and his Tragedies “Lycabettus” is the latest track from Evripidis and his Tragedies, continuing the stylish synth-pop sound displayed on previous tracks like “Bitter” and “N...

 
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Sup? – “I Quit”

A chilled-out electro-pop success from Sup?, “I Quit” features a lush synth backing and tropical key-like resonance. Slowed-down, tender vocals accompany with melodic satisfaction, punctuating with an affirmative &#...
 
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Remedies – “Holler”

“Holler” is a haunting synth-forward track from Remedies, the third single release ahead of the Northern Norway-based duo’s album. The nostalgic tones and bristling synth-bass concoct vibes reminiscent of Depe...

 
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Darkroom Data – “Groovatta” (feat. The System)

Suavely melodic with atmospheric synth-pop pull, “Groovatta” is a newly released track from Darkroom Data, the indie electro pop duo comprising Irish vocalist Gillian NoVa and Brazilian composer M├írcio Paz. Followin...
 
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Guy Jackson and Hetty Clark – “Catching Paradise”

“Catching Paradise” evolves from spacious, atmospheric intrigue into memorable electro-pop energy. The track, a collaboration from Guy Jackson and Hetty Clark, succeeds with engrossing soundscapes and creative struc...

 
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June LaLonde – “Glitter Sands”

“Glitter Sands” is a stylish synth-pop track from June LaLonde, off her new self-titled album. The Minneapolis-based artist incorporates playful, chiptune-friendly synth tones amidst a bouncy bass line and melodic v...
 
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Dave Heatwave – “Turtleneck”

A cross of crooner-friendly nostalgia and synth-pop whimsy, “Turtleneck” is a winning track from Dave Heatwave. The suavely soaring “what is this game you’re playing?” hook exudes enjoyable retro-p...

 
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Evripidis and His Tragedies – “Nos Volvimos a Encontrar”

Nos Volvimos a Encontrar by Evripidis and his Tragedies A consuming track from Neos Kosmos, the new album from Evripidis and His Tragedies, “Nos Volvimos a Encontrar” casts a yearning, romantic tone within its ghost...
 
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The Wormholes – “I am the Moon”

I am the Moon by The Wormholes Spacey synths and lush vocals cast a spell throughout “I am the Moon,” a new track from The Wormholes. A gentle bass pulsation accompanies the vocal delivery to start, as rhythmic addi...