Posts tagged with electro pop

Introducing: Volkova Sisters

Formed in 2009, Volkova Sisters are songwriting duo Daniel Sandor (synth) and Dalma Berger (vocals), accompanied by Gergely Kovacs on guitar. Born out of a shared love of dark, melancholic 80s new wave, the band are part of the Hungarian underground DIY music scene. The band, who took their name from Pattern Recognition, a novel […]

Listen: John Foxx and The Maths – Evergreen

‘Evergreen’ is the brand new single from John Foxx and The Maths, taken from current album Interplay. The track has a healthy dose of 80s-inspired electronic new wave in the vein of Human League, but can hold its own on any dancefloor today. John Foxx and The Maths are John Foxx and electronic synthesizer collector Benge […]

SexInBmore: Get In The Mood

SIB will be posting musings, advice, and her thoughts here on a weekly basis. Be warned, this IS a sex column and although there won’t be any steamy visuals (it’s not porn, ya know?) the text WILL be NSFW. Music can set the tone for almost anything you want it to. I firmly believe that […]

10 Years of Ladytron

Celebrating 10 years as a successful dance/pop quartet, Ladytron released their ‘Best Of’ compilation in late March of this year, and are currently in the midst of a UK Tour to commemorate their work since forming in 1999. Their forthcoming album, Gravity The Seducer, is scheduled for release in September. Singer Helen Marnie reflects on […]

Introducing: Friends Electric

An overwhelming desire to make people dance is what encouraged Welsh band Friends Electric to form two years ago. Thanks to their slinky rhythms, pop hooks and euphoric beats they are pitted as potential heirs to the dance/pop crown of The Pet Shop Boys. Their infectious electronic pop was the catalyst for Frankmusik to snap […]

Ones To Watch: The Horn The Hunt

The Horn The Hunt are Leeds-based pop duo Clare Carter and Joseph Osborne. Beginning their musical career writing and recording in Norway, their music has quite literally taken them on an extraordinary journey. This Monday (23rd May) saw the release of their second album, Depressur Jolie, so it seemed like an ideal time for a […]

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