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Introducing FRAGRANCE.

Keeping it dark with new French electronic act Fragrance. If you like your synthpop dark and melancholic, then you could do worse than dialing up Fragrance. – a French outfit fielded by Paris-based musician Matthieu Roche. There’s certainly an element … Read More

VITALIC Voyager

French electronic magician VITALIC returns with a solid collection of tunes… There’s a robust quality about the electronic tunes contained on this latest release by Vitalic which appears to signal a strong start for electronic music in 2017. Vitalic, aka … Read More

KON KAN Move To Move

Exploring the history of a dance classic A huge transatlantic hit in 1989, Kon Kan’s ‘I Beg Your Pardon’ was something of an embryonic mash-up, cleverly fusing classic country with contemporary dance music. With the help of some of the … Read More

AUSTRA Future Politics

AUSTRA return with a topical third outing… Offering a statement on the themes and approach of Austra’s latest album Future Politics, Katie Stelmanis suggests “a commitment to replace the approaching dystopia. Not just hope in the future, but the idea … Read More

AIVIS The Wilderness

New synth duo AIVIS offer warmth and emotion in their debut release… It’s always refreshing to discover new electronic bands that offer intriguing, original sounds and can be influenced by a variety of bands without having to mimic any of … Read More

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