Posts tagged "hyperpop"

A.G. Cook – Britpop

While the news of PC Music’s shutdown sent shockwaves through most of the music community, for anyone paying attention to founder A.G Cook over the past two years, it probably felt like a probability. From soundtracking films to producing for Beyoncé, the UK producer’s growing presence in more mainstream circles

After putting out a flurry of hot singles, viral videos, and a series of voracious live sets, Brooklyn-based producer and singer Jenny Alien follows up her 2022 debut LP with ‘Massive Love Bangers’. Released on 15 November, the huge 11-track offering is a non-stop assembly line of relatable but experimental

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.       Hudson Mohawke, Tiga, Channel Tres – Feel The Rush Channel Tres lends his smooth vocals as producer Hudson Mohawke adds to his recent string of collaborations. This time with Tiga,

If you’re familiar with the work of multidisciplinary drag artist Salvia, you’ll know that her work is transfixed with the ‘post,’ that is: post-gender, post-trans, post-human. For Salvia, her body has been her most favourite canvas on which to enact her quiet disruptions, contorting and mutating her form into impossibly

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

From Y2K inspired pop to 90’s trance inspired techno, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below.    Dom Dolla, Nelly Furtado – Eat Your Man Dom Dolla’s latest banger also serves as somewhat of a comeback for Canadian pop star Nelly Furtado, who contributes the track’s repeated

From GrimesAI’s best single yet to deeply personal minimal electronica, we roundup our favorite tracks of the week. Listen below.    VTSS, Tim Reaper – Body, Mind, Hell (Tim Reaper Remix) With her debut EP, Circulus Vitiosus, VTSS pivoted toward vocal-driven alternative pop, a U-turn of sorts from the ravey,

From Niki Nair experimenting with pop to Dorian Electra channelling Limp Bizkit, these are the tracks you need to hear this week. Listen to our selections below.     Blawan – Toast Returning to XL Recordings, the first single from Blawan’s upcoming Dismantled Into Juice EP gives us a taste of

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

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