All posts tagged: electro

Listen to Esther Joy’s ‘Friendless Necessity’

London-based artist Esther Joy makes her return with the haunting, new single ‘Friendless Necessity’. Taken from her upcoming EP ‘Pyschic Tears’, the moody song is a whirlwind of dark electro and emotive pop, rumbling with sharp, driving synths and heavy 4×4 kicks. Esther Joy is also behind the production front of the tune.

Cardopusher to Release New Album ‘New Cult Fear’

Venezuelan producer has announced the release of his new album ‘New Cult Fear’, forthcoming July 14th via Boys Noize. A roller coaster ride of acid house, experimental electro, industrial and everything in between. The 12-song record finds the now Barcelona-based artist bridging the sounds of now with the no-holds barred spirit of the late 70s post-punk period, continuing on to breakbeat and rave. The LP follows Cardopusher’s ‘Manipulator’, released back in 2015. Below is a stream of his cut ‘Mind Eraser’, which is also taken from the upcoming LP.

Stream vivienxo’s New Pop Cut ‘TTYN’

Having Recently collaborated with Femme En Fourrure for their track ‘So Good At This’, Finland-based singer Victoria Zolotukhina, better known as vivienxo, has stepped up with her new single ‘TTYN’. Co-produced by FEF, the track is a glowing pop piece that, whilst upbeat in sound, is about rising tall after the ending of a relationship. The single will get released on June 16th via FEF Corp Records. Touching on the track, vivienxo stated: “‘TTYN’ is about that push to collect your dignity Read more […]

ColoRising Mixes 31: Rein

An intense energy is what Stockholm’s Rein brings to the table. Using the sounds of electro, punk and digital hardcore to deliver messages containing political and social overtones, the fiery artist released her debut self-titled EP last year, shaking the music industry whilst gaining multiple praises internationally. Nominated for a 2017 P3 Guld Award, Rein’s latest EP entitled ‘FREEDOOM’ is a harder hit to the matrix, tackling subjects such as sexism, racism, capitalism and more. One of the most potent recordings currently on the market, Rein is here to do more than just make you dance, but rather spark the fire for change.

ColoRising Mixes 31: Rein

An intense energy is what Stockholm’s Rein brings to the table. Using the sounds of electro, punk and digital hardcore to deliver messages containing political and social overtones, the fiery artist released her debut self-titled EP last year, shaking the music industry whilst gaining multiple praises internationally. Nominated for a 2017 P3 Guld Award, Rein’s latest EP entitled ‘FREEDOOM’ is a harder hit to the matrix, tackling subjects such as sexism, racism, capitalism and more. One of the most potent recordings currently on the market, Rein is here to do more than just make you dance, but rather spark the fire for change.

Maud Geffray’s ‘Polaar’ is a Nocturnal Voyage

Maud Geffray may already be familiar to fans of the Parisian group Scratch Massive but as a solo artist she is proving that she is an entity on to herself.

Geffray’s latest LP ‘Polaar’ is a deep, nocturnal journey through various styles of electronica ranging from house to electro pop and even new wave. Whilst haunting sound palettes are not foreign to the electronic world, Maud Geffray’s multifaceted selection of tempos and often times delivery of mood makes the LP highly pleasurable. Cinematic instrumental tracks such as ‘Voices from the Sky’ are balanced with steamy synth pop layered tunes like the catchy ‘In Your Eyes’ which features Flavien Berger.

Shy Luv Bring the Funk with ‘Time’

Following their ‘Shock Horror’ EP released earlier this year, Shy Luv make their return bringing a heavy dose of funk, electro and pop with their latest single ‘Time’. Fun and vibrant, the synth-driven cut is the perfect introduction to the summer. Incorporating the flute to coincide with upbeat vocals, Shy Luv is spot on the mark with this utterly feel good recording. Have a listen.

REIN Announces Forthcoming EP ‘FREEDOM’

Swedish electro-punk queen REIN has announced the release of her forthcoming EP ‘FREEDOM’, out May 19th. The record is the follow-up to her 2016 self-titled debut EP. Touching on issues ranging from racism to feminism, the new upcoming record finds REIN expressing her thoughts on the current political climate and social issues that affect that everyday man and woman. Comprised of five songs in total, the Stockholm-based artist has also shared a preview of the track ‘C.A.P.I.T.A.L.I.S.M’, which is featured on ‘FREEDOM’.

Stream 3615 Nuits Blances’ ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’

Parisian duo 3615 Nuits Blances may not have the most conventional band name in music but they definitely know how to create some of the sexiest songs. Having released their debut album ‘About Last Night’, the pair have now shared the second single off the LP entitled ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’. The steamy and glitzy electro pop cut is definitely a sensual soundtrack to any hedonistic night which may or may not include dancing. ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’ will get released on May 5 via L.O.V.E. Ltd. Have a listen.