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Retro Kid – “The Room”

“The Room” is a memorable new track from Copenhagen-based artist Retro Kid, from their upcoming album Who do you want to be, L.A.Byrne?. The introduction steadily unveils; piano glistening and steady percussion are ...
 
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Distant Lovers – “Hills”

A nocturnal, driving synth-pop sound leads throughout “Hills,” the final single from Distant Lovers‘ debut EP, Shadowlands, released last week. The project of San Francisco Bay Area-based musician Alex Lasner,...

 
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Tape Tension – “I Called Your Name”

“I Called Your Name” is a track out from Tape Tension, showing a lush and bouncy electro-pop charm that glistens and hooks. “I Called Your Name” marks the third and final single from Tape Tension’s...
 
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Murmur – “Me & You”

A catchy and atmospheric synth-pop track from Oslo-based artist Murmur, “Me & You” is described as “an energetic reminder to trust your instincts and embrace the dualities of life.” Gauzy vocals and...

 
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No Romance – “Unfold”

A darkly invigorating synth-pop track, “Unfold” is a recent track from Berlin-based trio No Romance. Off the Unfold EP, the self-titled track wows with a bustling array of misty synths amidst a pulsing dance-friendl...
 
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eliza elliott – “Go Outside!”

“Go Outside!” rides on a bouncy synth-pop charm, lyrically contrasted by a season-ending yearning. NYC-based artist eliza elliott incorporates backing acoustics and melodic vocals alongside the playful synth tones, ...

 
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American Wolf – “Forget These Days”

A soaring electro-pop track from Chicago-based producer American Wolf, “Forget These Days” entrances with dreamy vocals and a range of melodic synth-driven turns. Glistening synths lead into a calming vocal presence...
 
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Paul Feder – “Lose My Mind”

From Paul Feder‘s newly released EP Nightwalk, “Lose My Mind” is a memorable synth-pop opener. The Brooklyn-based artist infuses sporadic guitar tones amidst an ongoing synth arpeggio and other synth-laden ado...

 
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Void Comp – “Come My Way”

A striking debut single from Void Comp, “Come My Way” dazzles with its late-night synth atmospherics, fondly reminiscent of Junior Boys. The project of Canadian multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter David Jule...
 
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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...