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DAYBEHAVIOR Follow That Car!

Come Into My World DAYBEHAVIOR have a particular skill at crafting stylish slices of electropop, the 2003 song ‘The Sweetness of My Pain’ springs immediately to mind – an exquisite combination of melodic beauty and melancholic ode of despair. A … Read More

ULTRAVOX – Brilliant

“Radiate and shine – to light your path to glory…” As far as new studio album releases go, the collaborative talents of the classic line-up of Ultravox, featuring Midge Ure, Billy Currie, Chris Cross and Warren Cann, have been somewhat … Read More

PRINCESS CHELSEA Lil’ Golden Book

New Zealand’s PRINCESS CHELSEA presents a magical and captivating brand of Electropop that’s guaranteed to charm even the most jaded listener. Auckland-based musician and producer Chelsea Nikkel is a classically trained pianist whose pop roots stretch back to the likes … Read More

GRIMES – Visions

Without change something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens… It’s been a very interesting period for the electronic music enthusiast with electropop gaining a very prominent profile via some of the new artists emerging. The term ‘Renaissance Period’ has been … Read More

THE SOUND OF ARROWS – Voyage

Swedish dreampop duo take us on a Voyage… While the Nordic regions have produced some sterling electropop acts in recent years, Swedish outfit The Sound Of Arrows (aka Stefan Storm and Oskar Gullstrand) appear to have stepped to the side … Read More

LADYTRON – Gravity The Seducer

Synth-pop seduction The evolution of Liverpool synth-pop outfit Ladytron’s sound morphs into a much lusher approach to electronic pop on this, their fifth studio album (following on from 2008’s Velocifero). From their early origins, Helen Marnie, Mira Aroyo, Daniel Hunt … Read More

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