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TATYANA - Hold My Hand

Catchy electronic Pop in the vein of Tirzah, Marie Davidson and Robyn by emerging Londoner TATYANA.

Tune, 28 Nov 2023, 14:36

Chris & Cosey reissues

With Technø Primitiv, Trust and Pagan Tango, the ex-Throbbing Gristle pair prove their Pop authority

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General, 16 Aug 2023, 10:07

Ben Shemie - The Return

Suuns lead Ben Shemie goes solo with a new album, Desiderata, due out next month, and this track taster is beautiful, doleful Electronic Pop.

 

Tune, 28 Jun 2022, 19:19

Rodney Cromwell - Opus Three

The new Rodney Cromwell album Memory Box is such a stonking, feel-good affair (it's coming out on Friday this week). I'm particularly loving the track Opus Three at the moment, it does something weird with my memories, triggering nostalgia, providing a tiny escape for a few minutes.

Tune, 16 Mar 2022, 20:31

Rosa Anschütz - Their Blood

Emotive song with a surging vibe and hacksaw riff that takes no prisoners.

Taken from her forthcoming album on BPitch (looks like they dropped the "Control" bit innit).

Tune, 16 Feb 2022, 18:14

In support of new EP Ancient Hole, here's a short film with Thomas Cohen, aka Sylph, performing a couple of the new tracks (Scripture of Love with Regis and Ancient Hole) alongside Tears Fall From The Sun (with Rrose) from previous stellar release Silver As It Was Before.

Noted, 21 Dec 2021, 17:07

QUINQUIS - Adkrog

Electronic Pop dirge, dark and alluring debut from Émilie Tiersen, aka QUINQUIS. Previously she released music as Tiny Feet but Adkrog signals a fresh new direction.


Out now via Mute.

Tune, 02 Dec 2021, 15:34

Sea Change - Night Eyes

Night Eyes is the first taste of new album from Norwegian artist Sea Change, aka Ellen A. W. Sunde.

The album Mutual Dreaming is due out in February 2022 via Shapes Recordings.

Tune, 03 Nov 2021, 09:12

Flesh of Morning - Dream

Dream is the highlight from the new Flesh of Morning album Here In Heaven.

Tune, 03 Aug 2021, 12:47

Octo Octa, Kim Ann Foxman, Theo Kottis and Gareth Jones, among others, have contributed to The Neon Remixed, a 17-track remix package of tracks from Erasure's 2020 album of the same name. Alongside Erasure's excellent Secrets track, my fav picks are Theo Kottis's version of Kid You’re Not Alone, Kim Ann Foxman’s Heaven Mix of Secrets and Octo Octa’s 14 minute Psychedelic Visions Disco Dub of Secrets.

Noted, 30 Jul 2021, 14:26

Emika continues her ten year anniversary celebrations with another quality release in the form of a remix of Battles (from her album DREI): Battles Pt.II

Noted, 20 Jul 2021, 17:39

I Start Counting - Talk About The Weather

Mute have unearthed an obscure 80s electronic Pop gem called Talk About The Weather from I Start Counting, a band they signed in 1982.

With the duo, Simon Leonard and David Baker, they're releasing the track on cassette later this year alongside another bunch of demos from the mid-eighties. Here's some useful blurb from the press release:

I Start Counting are David Baker and Simon Leonard. The duo formed in 1982 and signed to Mute in 1984. Their first singles, ‘Letters to a Friend’ and ‘Still Smiling’, were both produced by Daniel Miller and preceded two album releases, My Translucent Hands (1986) and Fused (1989). By the beginning of the 90s, Baker and Leonard had become Fortran 5, releasing three albums for the label, before reincarnating in 1996 as Komputer, the name they continue to record under.

These cassette releases collate a selection of demos of songs from 1985 and 1986 respectively, some of the songs have never been heard before, others went on to be recorded and released. 

Baker and Leonard, through all their iterations, have a very British knack of weaving pop masterpieces from often suburban and mundane subject matter - ‘Talk About The Weather’ and ‘625’ deal with youthful crushes and TV addiction and throughout their releases the duo take on small town discos, big dirty cities, young love and serial killers through the prism of electronics such Korg PolySix and the Greengate DS3 sampler.

Tune, 15 Jul 2021, 18:04

Catchy Pop from UK band W.H. Lung with Showstopper featuring the slippery-sounding softlizard and hints of The Smiths and the swaggering confidence of youth.

Noted, 15 Jul 2021, 17:43

Cromby feat. Tee Amara - Qué Sientes

Chris McCormick, aka Northern Ireland producer Cromby, has teamed up with Spanish singer Tee Amara on a gorgeous track called Qué Sientes; it's electronic Pop perfection.

Released on Phantasy Sound, it comes with a subtly stripped-back remix from Nicola Cruz and an instrumental that retains the upbeat Electro vibe.

Tune, 15 Jul 2021, 09:17
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