Posts tagged "indietronica"

Swim Surreal, Zero 7 – In The Half Light

When English music duo Zero 7 wrote the song Don’t Call It Love with collaborator Swim Surreal over a decade ago, they had no idea they were sowing the seeds of what would eventually materialise into the trio’s new album (and Swim Surreal’s debut), In The Half Light.    In

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

Singaporean glitch pop artist Yeule staked a claim for alt-pop stardom with last year’s beguiling and brilliant Glitch Princess, an album that fused her sonic interests into a singular style that sounded incredibly future focussed. One of those interests was a shoegaze, soft-rock sensibility, noticeable in the mellow way her

Hot Chip are in the business of crafting synthpop that exists somewhere between Kraftwerk and glam rock, with a good dose of kook to measure, a sound that for the most part provides pure, unadulterated joy. The English five piece led by Alexis Taylor and Joe Goddard have been in

The scent of summer is in the air, from sweaty acid house to disco laced synthpop. We roundup our favourite new releases of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. Aluna ft. Jayda G – Mine O’

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