Posts tagged "Dance pop"

Peggy Gou – (It Goes Like) Nanana

It’s no secret that Peggy Gou is a dedicated student of the 90’s. The DJ and producer has always flirted with distinctly 90’s motifs in her work, finding her sound in the lofi bass and shimmery synths of the era’s classic house cuts. On her latest single (It Goes Like)

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     The Chemical Brothers – Live Again The Chemical Brothers really want to make you dance again. The latest single to be shared from their anticipated upcoming album is the truly epic

Tenacious, resourceful, disciplined, wise, ambitious, prudent. Lonely. The goat is someone skilled at navigating both the material and emotional worlds, one who cares deeply for their companions, but is easily distanced by kinship. These are the defining personality traits of a Capricorn sun, according to Cafe Astrology anyway. Let’s be

After the release of their previous collaboration ‘Good For Nothing’, French producer PLEEG and US producer Eyezic continue to play with listeners’ expectations and push a few boundaries, sharing their latest creative animal titled ‘Dead Weight’.  Stream / Download: PLEEG & Eyezic – ‘Dead Weight’ The two friends have programmed

It’s no secret that London producer SONIKKU is a total pop nerd. In fact, of all his peers in the current bubblegum bass / hyperpop sphere, he may be the most enthusiastic student. This love for the genre has allowed SONIKKU to develop a sense for hooks and aesthetic, though

Welcome to July, where everyone is staking a claim in the sweeps for Song Of The Summer. We roundup our favourite of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Tiësto, Charli XCX – Hot In It

When you read the bio (or rather, thesis statement) for former Ava Luna band member Becca Kauffman’s current music project Jennifer Vanilla, you wouldn’t be alone in feeling like you’re reading the mission statement of a trendy new startup. Described as “the entrepreneurial fantasy vessel and avatar-cultivation experiment LARPed* into

Last year, Moby released his album Reprise. Tucked into the track list of songs written by the artist along with friends and collaborators was a surprising but logical cover; a version of David Bowie’s Heroes. Moby and Bowie have a bit of a history together, first meeting in the late

Sweden’s Tove Lo has had an interesting journey. Those growing up amidst the indie boom of the 2010’s will forever remember the looped “uh oh” of Habits, at one point nearly inescapable. What could have easily become a one hit wonder situation instead saw Lo continue down a path similar

The UK’s Olly Alexander, former frontman and now sole member of Years & Years, has been on a mission. He’s here to make pop fun again. In the post-Lorde era, pop has for the most part dialled down the theatrics and shifted toward a minimalist, writerly approach. This of course

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