Post Tagged with: "synth-pop"

Watch: The Blue Hour "On The Wall"

Watch: The Blue Hour “On The Wall”

Seattle duo The Blue Hour have a brand new video for “On The Wall,” the second single off their recently released LP Always. Comprised of the husband and wife team Brian and Marselle Hodges, the band has seen several incarnations since Brian founded it as a “neo-folk/ambient project” back in 1993. With two albums on the European label Perun, 2001’s […]

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Watch: The Soft Moon "Burn (Official Lyric Video)"

Watch: The Soft Moon “Burn (Official Lyric Video)”

The Soft Moon has signed with Sacred Bones, and is currently readying his fourth studio LP Criminal for release on February 2nd, 2018. The upcoming record finds Luis Vasquez returning to work with producer Maurizio Baggio at La Distilleria in Bassano Del Grappa, Italy. Like on his 2015 LP Deeper (Captured Tracks), also produced by Baggio, Criminal finds Vasquez continuing […]

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Listen: Pollens "Words"

Listen: Pollens “Words”

We’ll leave you this Friday with a tasty nugget from NYC’s avant-pop weirdos, Pollens. The group is readying their new EP Mister Manufacture for release on October 27th, and today we check out their new track “Words“–which premiered this week over at Pancakes and Whiskey. If the press photo above is any indication it appears the group has pared down […]

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Listen: Lapalux “Holding On”

Listen: Lapalux “Holding On”

It’s been a busy year for Lapalux so far. This past June he released his Ruinism LP (Brainfeeder), as well as visually arresting videos for the album tracks “Data Demon” and “Petty Passion.” On October 13th, Stuart Howard will return with the release his The End Of Industry EP, also via Brainfeeder. As the title might suggest, and as Howard […]

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Listen: Dream Control “Time Out”

Listen: Dream Control “Time Out”

Dream Control pairs up two pioneers of synthesizer music, Zeus B. Held, and Steve Schroyder. Both musicians can trace their careers back to the early 70’s when Held played in the French prog rock group Eruption and the German outfit Birth Control, while Schroyder formed the art band Turning Free and played in Tangerine Dream on their early releases, Alpha […]

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Listen: Sally Dige “Holding On”

Listen: Sally Dige “Holding On”

Synth-pop artist Sally Dige (“Dee-Ah”) will release her sophomore LP Holding On via DKA Records in the US on September 8th and Avant! in Europe on September 13th. The Danish-Canadian audio visual artist began work on the record back in 2016, but in a recent interview with Self-Titled, she explains that the tracks on the album went thru several painful […]

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Watch: John Maus "The Combine"

Watch: John Maus “The Combine”

John Maus returns with his new album Screen Memories due out October 27th via Ribbon Music. This will be his fourth LP since 2006, and his first since releasing his groundbreaking effort, 2011’s We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves. In the six year interim, Maus has been busy writing and recording at his remote residence in Minnesota, and […]

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