Introducing PSYKELEKTRIC

Analogue adventures Introducing Psykelektric – an energetic synth-pop duo hailing from North London, built on pure electrical charge, who push themselves with an exclusive blend of new sounds from old machines. In actual fact, they go back some way – … Read More

Introducing MOODBAY

Mood Pop Go… There’s been a healthy number of electronic outfits emerging from the North East part of the UK in recent years. The likes of Twist Helix and AXLS have demonstrated that there’s not only a keen energy at … Read More

Introducing POWDERPAINT

Powder Pop Go The south coast seems to have been a healthy area for spawning electronic outfits in recent years (presumably, the sea air provides a crucial component). One of the most recent combos to emerge is Powderpaint, a Brighton-based … Read More

Introducing HUGUENOT

Be Where I Am The US has seen a significant uptick in electronic artists emerging in recent times, many with vastly different approaches to how they write and produce. The cultural differences between America and the UK/Europe also help to … Read More

Introducing VIOLENT VICKIE

I don’t belong… Hailing from Los Angeles, Violent Vickie describes herself as a “Dark Synth-Riot” artist. Embracing themes that include consumerism, relationships, gender, hedonism and all points in-between, Vickie (in collaboration with co-producer/recording guitarist E) carves out a strange dreamscape of … Read More

EXCLUSIVE: ELYXR – Engine

New collaborative project delivers warm, evocative pop… The arrival of ELYXR offers a new venture via Seattle-based electronic musician/producer Kasson Crooker. Each ELYXR release is designed to be a collaborative project introducing different singers for each subsequent release. ‘Engine’ marks … Read More

Introducing ADAM TK

Mesmerizing electronic soundscapes from Sweden… There’s a sweeping, immersive feel to the soundscapes that Swedish electronic musician ADAM TK composes. ‘V1’ which is taken from the forthcoming debut album V1-V10, is a shimmering soundscape underpinned by a steady beat which … Read More

Introducing SAILOR & I

Synthpop with a Swedish flavour care of SAILOR & I… Swedish electronic musician Alexander Sjödin caught everyone’s attention with the dark electropop appeal of ‘Black Swan’ in 2016 under the moniker Sailor & I. Sjödin grew up with an avid … Read More

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

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

Introducing JESSE RUINS

Bassy dreampop delights There’s an intriguing electronic music scene in Japan at the moment which is the polar opposite of the more familiar primary colours of the contemporary J-Pop scene. Jesse Ruins is a good example of this with their … Read More

Introducing SAPPHIRE SLOWS

Ethereal moods from Japan… One of the more interesting and intriguing acts to emerge from the Japanese electronic music scene comes courtesy of the ethereal soundscapes of Sapphire Slows. Composing tunes in her bedroom on her trusty laptop this Tokyo-based … Read More

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