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By Sedera Ranaivoarinosy · 01 May 2014
26 year-old, Montreal-based Marie Davidson makes chilling orchestral synth pop with a dark edge. Her debut album 'Perte d'Identité' was released last month, and another record is slated for the fall.
By Gabriela Garcia · 22 April 2014
Boxed In is the project of Oli Bayston, who has captured our attention with his textured electronics on his Moshi Moshi-released debut single.
By Gabriela Garcia · 04 March 2014
Brazilian duo OPALA channel their love of Japan into delicate, elegant synthpop that perfectly captures the mood of being alone in a bustling crowd.
By Phill Walker · 23 January 2014
Having been mentored by Portishead's Geoff Barrow, Southampton's Wild Smiles are looking to put surf-rock back on the map.
By Leisha · 21 January 2014
U.V. hail from Manchester, UK and bring a new garage-inspired look to their alt-electronic sound.
By Sedera Ranaivoarinosy · 16 January 2014
Details are scarce on just who Álauda is, but we've tried to track down the magical artist's mystery.
By Leisha · 14 January 2014
Bantum is Ruairi Lynch, a man who creates and produces a beautifully complex, minimal sound rooted in electronic music, but inspired by a classic indie sound.
By Staff · 10 January 2014
More members, more to love: these are the bands to have on your radar for 2014.
By Staff · 09 January 2014
After impressing us throughout 2013, these are the duos we want to see shine in 2014.
By Staff · 08 January 2014
All of these solo artists wowed us throughout last year, and we can't wait to see what they bring in 2014.
By Tim Cooper · 17 December 2013
With a tremulous vibrato that teeters on the edge of breaking, Broken Twin has a voice that may just break your heart.
By Gabriela Garcia · 05 December 2013
London-based six-piece Lola Colt takes inspiration from Spaghetti Westerns to make Americana-meets-shoegaze soundtracks for films that don't exist yet.
By Leisha · 03 December 2013
Scenic is the sound of Tame Impala mating with Air to produce a cosmic pop of explosion on their latest Shockwaves EP.
By Tim Cooper · 28 November 2013
East India Youth takes inspiration from the likes of Brian Eno and Sufjan Stevens to create songs that range from melodic synth-pop to minimalist neo-classical piano, via ambient passages, Krautrock drones and four-to-the-floor house epiphanies.
By Leisha · 08 October 2013
Jellosea delivers a perfect hit of pop remix and electronic chill with a take on Anna Kendrick's hit "Cups". Take a listen: you won't regret it.
By David Rutherford · 01 October 2013
Yet another great band from Manchester appears in the guise of synth-pop four-piece Letters To Fiesta, here to give Kate Bush a run for her money.