You know you’re doing something right when music giants Daft Punk produce your next single. This would be the scenario with Parcels, whose ‘Hideout’ EP was a sexy deal of poolside pop that is the ultimate summer listen. Their latest track ‘Overnight’ is no exception to the rules. Delivering a golden touch of disco and funk, this Daft Punk/Parcels combo fit like a hand in glove with the tune being a season anthem. Check it out.
Stella Chronopoulou is an artist in every sense of the word. Known by her moniker Σtella, she operates between the mediums of music and visual arts, and even her sonic platform extends to singing, songwriting, producing and playing guitar. Her sound is a glistening array of pop, utterly dreamy and lavish. Having been continually praised by the media for the past few years now, Σtella’s second solo LP ‘Works For You’ is another perfect hitting of the target and further growth of someone who creates from the heart and soul.
Nottingham-born singer and DJ Ronika released her second LP ‘Lose My Cool’ which follows her 2014 album ‘Selectadisc’. One of the songs taken from the new work is her latest sparkling pop meets funk single ‘All Comes Back’. Layered with a health spread of synths, the sunny and spirited tune is a feel-good bit that aside from making you simply feel good all over, also provokes you to want to hit the dance floor. Check it out. Read more […]
If there is one person who knows how to create a soundtrack all things sexy and chic is Parisian producer Allure. Having released his ‘French Kiss’ album back in 2011 followed by a slew of hot to death EPs, the smooth maestro returns with his latest single ‘Night And Day’. A shimmering sparkle of electro, house and synth-pop rolled up in one, the music feels like the perfect soundscape to a day at the pool surrounded by beautiful people and a lush atmosphere. The track is taken from Allure’s next EP, forthcoming this summer. Check it out.
Two years back, Brooklyn duo Saint Marilyn released their ‘Shoshone’ EP that was a wonderland of delicious synth-pop. They followed-up the record last year with the spaced-out single ‘Frustrate Me’. Now the pair unveil a remix of the track courtesy of producer Austin Conrad. Giving the original version more of a head-nodding bump, this rework is laced with fuzzy synths and airy vocals that is deep, atmospheric and highly addictive. Stream the remix below. Read more […]
Belfast duo New Portals make their return with a new single titled ‘WinterSkin’. The two are definitely tapping into a realm of electronic pop with this one with the sound toppled with echoing claps, tightening guitar riffs and sprinkled additives, all circling around catchy vocals and an unstoppable groove. Below is a stream of ‘WinterSkin’. Have a listen. Read more […]
Brooklyn-based producer Computer Magic makes her return with a new, dreamy synth-pop single entitled ‘Dimensions’. Whilst a little less experimental than her previous work, the track is a little more accessible to the mainstream, yet no less interesting or addicting. Merging drifting vocals over hazy production, the single is taken from Computer Magic’s forthcoming EP ‘Obscure but Visible’, which lands October 7th via Channel 9 Records. Have a listen.
With an album title like ‘Autodrama’, you know you’re in for a ride of a listen. L.A. duo Puro Instinct is set to release their new album on June 24th via Manifesto Records. The lovely ladies have recently shared their lush, new single ‘Peccavi’ which is an atmospheric synth-pop bit that is not only ear-catching and infectious but is a tune that you can imagine hearing in an exclusive Los Angeles party full of alcohol, spirts and loads of beautiful people. Have a listen.
Stockholm’s RABBII first came to our attention a year ago with the song ‘Why Can’t I Be You’. Weaving between house, dark electronica and synthpop, the pair went on to drop tracks like ‘Hang Us High’ and ‘Chameleon’, which was shared a couple months back. Returning with another hybrid is RABBII’s latest cut ‘New Friends’. A little more dance-friendly that some of their previous work, their is still a feel of late night spirits floating throughout the production. Below is a stream of ‘New Friends’. Read more […]
It’s almost unfair when you think about the blessed attributes that some people have. When referencing Cocovan, certain qualities and characteristics are blatantly evident – insanely talented as a music artist (which includes production and vocals), a natural flair for fashion and a striking beauty that can instantly grab the attention of everyone in a room. Her sound is described as glam pop, which is accurately fitting. In a sense, it is a soundtrack to all things beautiful.