Category Archives: indie-electro

November 14

Coming Back To The Sound…

It’s been over a year since we’ve posted here…. as you know, life gets busy and past times and hobbies tend to suffer. I have come across many, many amazing artists, I just have not had the time to write leisurely about any of it. I am hoping that I can at LEAST post a […]

June 29

Siamese: Chromatose

  Searching for the next glam-rock track to add to your playlist? Get ready for Dallas, Texas quartet Siamese as they deliver a beautifully haunting melody with “Chromatose,” the third track of their debut EP The Mesmerist, which was released in early March of 2017. Backed by Paul Alonzo (bass), Nicole Marxen-Myers (synth, guitar, vocals), […]

June 28

Dutch Uncles: Oh Yeah (C Duncan Remix)

  With their fifth album Big Balloon released in February 2017, Manchester’s Dutch Uncles continue to illuminate the music scene with their distinct art-rock sound. Founded in 2008 and comprised of Pete Broadhead (guitar), Andy Proudfoot (drums), Robin Richards (bass guitar), and Duncan Wallis (vocalist), the indie-quartet gets remixed by Glasgow musician and composer C […]

June 27

Cigarettes After Sex: “Apocalypse”

  In search of a perfect moody song? Look no further than the cinematic “Apocalypse”, the newly released single off of Cigarettes After Sex’s upcoming self-titled LP. The Brooklyn-based band’s full length album is a long time coming, but if “Apocalypse” is any indication, it’s been worth the wait. Cigarettes After Sex transports you somewhere […]

February 27

Tasseomancy: Do Easy

  With a name like Tasseomancy, one has to wonder if this Toronto based sister duo has dabbled in a bit of magic. The release of their video for their new single, “Do Easy”, more than answers the question. Set in a condo, “Do Easy” explores the dichotomy of order versus chaos.  Fascinatingly absurd images […]

February 16

Dutch Uncles: Streetlight

  It’s not often that you find a song that makes you want to groove and also think deeply about the song’s message. With “Streetlight”, Manchester natives Dutch Uncles manage to do exactly that. With four studio albums already under their belt, Dutch Uncles are hardly newcomers to the industry. Yet their single “Streetlight” from […]

February 15

Hinemoa: Still For a Moment

  The Icelandic 4-person indie pop band, Hinemoa, has been emerging onto the music scene with dreamy melodies along steady rhythms. Recording and playing live since their 2014 formation, which includes a recent performance at the Iceland Airwaves festival, Hinemoa is releasing their 4th single, the first one from their upcoming album. Hinemoa’s “Still for […]

February 09

Sir Video: Young As The Night

  Sir Video, a project launched by Timmy Sean in 2015, delivers electric emotionality through his transformative approach to songs about love, the ache of letting go and pulling back. Backed by Frankie Pedano on synths/vocoder, Art Webb on electric piano/synths, Jon Reshard on bass, Ramage Jacobs on guitar, Lauren Anderson and Moana Avveneti on […]

January 21

Norty:We Were Nearly There

  Perhaps the most innovative genre-bender to have graced the electronic music scene is Michigan producer and multi-instrumentalist, Norty. His sound is so unique that one couldn’t possibly place him under just one musical category. His resonant vocals seem to stem from indie rock, yet his beats and breaks could have been shaken down from […]

December 14

WI N C H E S T E R: I’m Not Ready To Go Yet

Evoking memories of creative bursts and insomniac nights, Toronto duo W I N C H E S T E R produces music unlike any I’ve heard before. With a sound evocative of Shiny Toy Guns, Sigur Ros, and The Naked and famous, it’s almost impossible to place W I N C H E S T […]