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PC Music to stop releasing new material after ten years

London’s PC Music has announced it will cease releasing new music at the end of the year. In a statement shared to social media, the collective and label that is responsible for pioneering genres like hyperpop and bubblegum bass announced that after ten years of releasing boundary pushing music, 2023

On Spalarkle (Alys), the first single of her latest LP, Spalarkle, hyperpop-adjacent English producer felicita brought a touch of electroclash to the PC Music palette. The timing couldn’t be more perfect. With the imminent return of indie sleaze on the horizon, felicita’s lo-fi electropunk lends itself nicely to the present

Synthpop duo Magdalena Bay’s ongoing series of ‘minimix’ EPs are basically little, self-contained pop eras served at the speed of fibre for the attention span of the TikTok generation. It’s an intriguing and audacious experiment, made even bolder by the fact that music that makes up these dioramas happens to

From bubblegum bass to euphoric disco-house, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.   Romy – Enjoy Your Life The XX’s Romy has often turned to euphoric eurodance and trance for her solo material, and latest single Enjoy Your Life is no exception, while bringing a touch

This week, we have unhinged remixes and discotheque house from a synthpop icon. These are the tracks you need to know about.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Caroline Polachek, Charli XCX, George Daniel – Welcome To My Island

The super saturated, mass consumerist culture of late capitalist America is no new concept for electronic music. Its neon drenched aesthetics and inherent overstimulation are always ripe for picking. Perhaps most prominent as a major influence on the aesthetics and direction of hyperpop, it was embraced as an allegory for

Welcome to August, where remixes and new singles give us a further taste of things to come from some of the hottest artists in the game right now. We roundup our favourite of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we

Who is Altrice? Well, according to legend, the elusive producer is from Tucson and arrived onto the scene by way of a Caribou (mega)remix in 2010. Dan Snaith, AKA Caribou, had opened up an online contest inviting people to remix his song Sun. Altrice emerged the victor by going a

Who are Two Shell? Truth be told, that’s probably a question that won’t have any sort of satisfying answer for the foreseeable future. Here’s what we do know: the mysterious and elusive duo have risen from the London underground, dropping a string of vinyl exclusive singles and EPs. Earlier this

From bubblegum bass to mutant reggaeton, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   COBRAH – Brand New Bitch Part of the new guard of pop provocateurs, COBRAH’s formula is equal

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