Posts tagged "dreampop"

Odesza, Yellow House – Flaws In Our Design

American electronic music duo Odesza have found themselves mostly on the darker side of chillwave and downtempo, best known for their sweeping, cinematic pieces of minimal tech that are as propulsive as they are introspective. Sonically opposite is Emile van Dango, AKA Yellow House, the Cape Town indie folk artist

It’s interesting to think that a whole generation is growing up on music SBTRKT has had some  sort of impact on, potentially without knowing who he even is. Granted, the English producer is infamously elusive. Often hidden behind a mask, even his moniker alludes to his penchant for anonymity. Most

Ana Roxanne and Brian Piñeyro, AKA DJ Python, may fall on opposite ends of the musical spectrum, but that only makes their joint project Natural Wonder Beauty Concept all the more captivating. On their first single, Sword, they find a middle ground between Roxanne’s dream pop aesthetic and Piñeyro’s dembow-inspired

UK songwriter and producer Clarence Clarity is best known for his work behind the scenes of other artists. In particular, his creative partnership with Rina Sawayama put Clarity on the map as one of the most innovative pop producers in the game today. His own work falls somewhere near the

In July, Christine and the Queens announced that he was changing his moniker to Redcar. While details were mostly vague at the time, it was implied that this change would come off the back of a new album. Now, a few months down the line, said album Redcar les adorables

Canadian ‘futurepop’ outfit Purity Ring arrived at a sort of turning point for electropop. It was 2010, eurodance had infected mainstream pop and the EDM boom was reaching its peak. Moreso, the rise of the internet as a space for sharing and discovering music had generated a storm of microgenres,

Like her frequent collaborator Claire Rousay, Mari Maurice (AKA More Eaze) composes pieces from threads stitched together to form fragmented and vague musical tapestries, like Rousay also at an alarming rate. But where Maurice and Rousay diverge is in their approach. While the former finds herself occupied with the enigmatic

Image: Melody As Truth The word that comes to mind when considering the body of work from Los Angeles native Suzanne Kraft is evolving. The producer and multi-instrumentalist has always maintained an aura of L.A cool melancholy, first introduced on 2011’s disco influenced Green Flash EP, then extracted and isolated

Rone x Georgia | Waves Of Devotion | InFíne Release Date: 20 January, 2021 In light of his upcoming album ‘Rone & Friends’ – Rone has joined forces with London-based singer-songwriter Georgia in the first single off the album titled ‘Waves Of Devotion’. ‘Rone & Friends’ will see the artist

Tune-Yards | hold yourself. | 4AD Release Date: 27 January, 2021 I started remembering that people come to us to be entertained, to move, to feel joy.  And together, I think, we can wake up. Merrill Garbus Merrill Garbus and longtime collaborator Nate Brenner make up the eclecticism that is

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