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Featurette Announce New Album “Dream Riot”

By: Staff – Electro-pop duo Featurette are bringing honesty and grit into pop music with the release of their sophomore album Dream Riot on January 17th. Following a whirlwind year sharing stages with Alessia Cara, Scott Helman, and Walk Off The Earth, Featurette have emerged from the studio with a polished, dark pop sound that is uniquely their own … Continue reading

Caribou Announces New Album “Suddenly”, Shares New Single “You and I”

By: Staff – In October, Dan Snaith shared his first track as Caribou in five years – the warm and addictive “Home” – and announced a 13-date North American tour, with shows in Brooklyn and Toronto already sold out and more dates added.  Today, Snaith follows up that single with the announcement of a new … Continue reading

Poliça Announce New Album “When We Stay Alive”, Shares New Single “Forget Me Now”

By: Staff – Poliça have shared their rousing, defiant new single “Forget Me Now,” the second from the band’s forthcoming album, When We Stay Alive, due out January 31st, 2020, via Memphis Industries. Stream it below. “Forget Me Now” is letting off some steam. It’s about recognizing a pattern of choosing people who can’t love you … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Druzy’s New Song “High Road”

By: Staff – Emerging electropop duo Druzy are back with their new song titled “High Road”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “High Road” is a dancy pop track driven by groovy bass guitar that builds into big choruses full of unique sampler-synths and flanged-out, colorful effects. Lyrically, the track speaks to … Continue reading

Watch Matt and Kim’s New Video for “GO GO”

By: Staff – Ahead of their fall tour, Matt and Kim today release their pumped up new single “GO GO” (FADER Label) and accompanying music video. Known for infectious, beat-driven tracks, “GO GO” is right in step as the perfect can’t-stay-in-your-seat single. Featuring teenage versions of Matt and Kim and even wearing the duo’s stage clothes, the “GO GO” … Continue reading

Photos: Banks, Kevin Garrett @ Rebel

Photos by: Morgan Hotston –  Synthpop artist Banks, who released her second album, III, on July 12th, 2019 via Harvest, which featured the singles “Gimme”, “Look What You’re Doing to Me”, and “Contaminated”, performed at Rebel in Toronto last night (Sept. 3rd) with Brooklyn, New York-based R&B singer-songwriter Kevin Garrett, who released his debut album, Hoax, on March 22nd, 2019 … Continue reading

Taking Back Sunday Classic Gets Electropop Makeover From I Fight Fail

By: Staff – When you’re a band with members raised on early 2000’s emo/punk rock, it’s only a matter of time before your rehearsal turns into a jam session of “Cute Without The E” by Taking Back Sunday. Today, the Canton, OH-based trio I Fight Failhave officially released their electro-rock take on the 2002 emo … Continue reading

Stream Lindsey Stirling’s New Single “The Upside” featuring Elle King

By: Staff – Electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling has releases a vocal version of her latest single “The Upside,” featuring Elle King, which you can stream below. The release comes ahead of her forthcoming album, Artemis, due out September 6th via BMG. The anthemic electronic dance track combines elements of King’s bluesy rock-n-roll vocal timbre and Lindsey’s signature electronic violin … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch Calcedon’s New Video for “Ice In The Desert”

By: Staff – Canadian electropop artist Calcedon is back with a new video for her single, “Ice In The Desert“, which you can watch below exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine. The thought-provoking video deals with the harmful impact of technology, and highlights Calcedon‘s vision of the “techapocolypse”.  “The video for Ice in the Desert is set in a “techpocalyptic” world; that is, … Continue reading

Photos: Billie Eilish @ Shrine Expo Hall

Photos by: Kelli Binnings –  Electropop artist Billie Eilish, who released her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, on March 29th, 2019 via Interscope, performed at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles on July 10th.