Glam-pop and neo-hippieism is a tough combination to pull off, but the Liverpool, England-born musician known as Pop Levi pulls it off with style on his latest album, Never Never Love, as seen on this smooth, synth-centric track. Never Never Love is out now.
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Joining the Moodgadget family is 800beloved, a band who claims to be from "Suburbia, Michigan" and clearly finds influence in the synth-driven post-punk sounds of the 1980s.
"Colours" is off the group's debut album, Bouquet, out now in physical format and on March 3 as a digital download.
Barcelona based indie-rockers Delorean have released three albums and currently run a club night, “Desperrame,” which has featured guests like Radioclit, The Requesters and Fluokids. Now, they've gotten their hands on this sentimental track from their new favorite band, The Big Pink. This remix of “Too Young to Love” boosts the British group’s sprawling shoegaze with sparkling, uptempo pop, complete with Peter Gabriel-worthy hand claps, bongo accents and maracas.
Ramona Gonzalez and Emily Jane, collectively known as minimalist dream-pop duo Nite Jewel, start our morning off with this track from their forthcoming debut full-length, Good Evening. Nothing like a few wobbly synths and some reverb-drenched vocals to get the day started. Good Evening is out March 17. Photo by Cap'n John.
Montreal-based outfit Winter Gloves made a name for itself last year by drumming up frosty pop jams and throwing (literally) copies of its Let Me Drive EP off the stage at performances. Now the band gears up for the release of its debut full-length, About a Girl, with this Casio keyboard-drenched number. About a Girl is out March 24 via Paper Bag.
Self-proclaimed beatsmith and mistress of ceremonies Vanese Smith (a.k.a. Pursuit Grooves) displays here rhythm skills here, weaving laptop-generated beats with sharp synths on this track off her latest full-length. Wild Art Forestry is out now on What Rules.
As a producer, Jimmy Tamborello has involved himself in everything from bleep-driven electronics as James Figurine to dream-pop as one half of The Postal Service. For his latest project under his Dntel guise, he'll release a three-CD set entitled Early Works for Me if it Works For You II, which finds him inspired by the likes of Aphex Twin, Mu-Ziq, and other sample-based electronic music. Early Works for Me if it Works For You II will be released April 14.
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