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Busy Beds – “Convincing”

The Internet is the Real World (EP) by Busy Beds Busy Beds is the project of Tyler Agnew, also of Everyday Life and Blue Plutos. The project’s new EP, The Internet is the Real World, veers in an entirely new direction ...
 
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Fins A Luminous – “Setting Souls”

“Setting Souls” maneuvers with subtle precision, its nonchalant vocals and cleanly concise synth-bass leading throughout a hypnotic success that finds these UK music-makers in their stylistic comfort zone. The proje...

 
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Lozk – “Han Sow”

With the track “Han Sow”, Colombian producer Leonardo Suárez Jiménez is in complete control of textural development; his ability to infuse samples – ranging from everyday life sounds to exotic string instrumen...
 
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Memoryy – “All My Love”

Brooklyn-based Shaun Hettinger makes lively electronic pop under the name Memoryy. His new track “All My Love” just dropped today, showcasing a sound that is reminiscent of Erasure’s majestic synth-pop hooks. ...

 
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SQRD – “Beast”

SQRD is an electronic duo based in Berlin and Stockholm. Influenced by the likes of Caribou and Weval, SQRD’s new single “Beast” shows an impressive atmospheric construction with a knack for both melody and hy...
 
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Lunavela – “Burn For You”

Lunavela is the dreamy and wistful dream-pop project of Steve Mathieson, a New Zealand-based singer/songwriter who was formerly in the group Collapsing Cities (who NME praised as one of their “10 Hopes of the Near Future&...

 
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Hollywood Principle – “Seeing What’s Next”

“Seeing What’s Next”, the newest track from San Diego-based electronic group Hollywood Principle, brings back the darkly aquatic feel of previous success “Breathing Underwater“, but with a more neo...
 
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Clast – “Know You Know Me”

Tell Me A Story by Clast Clast, a trio from Sacramento and Oklahoma City, showcase a strikingly intoxicating sound throughout their enjoyable track “Know You Know Me”. The clashing of darkly industrial instrumentati...

 
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Jazz and Electronica: An Unlikely Partnership

Jaga Jazzist are expanding boundaries with their stylistic fusion of jazz and electronica. Their new album, One-Armed Bandit, is one of the most thrilling releases so far this year as a result.
 
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The roots of Electronic

Being a fan of both The Smiths and New Order, I would consider it only natural to be a fan of Electronic as well. Unrightfully, Johnny Marr was often overshadowed by Morrissey’s vibrant presence, while Bernard Sumner was ...