Gloomy? Explore the beautiful deep sadness, yet enticing, lyrics, visuals, and sounds of Rebeka’s “Melancholia.”
UK-based electro-pop band Fenech-Soler have captured my heart with their beautiful track “Maiyu.” Not quite sure what it is, but something about the vocals and the synths cause me to close my eyes, spin in circles, and get lost in the beauty of distant daydreams…
The original is quite appealing and as it goes for electro-pop, it’s a catchy seductive tune. Yet, San Francisco-based producer Lane 8 has delivered an astonishing remix that gives this electro-pop song a soulful late-night vibe.
Miss the 80s? No worries, Futurecop! takes you back to the 80s and 90s days of synths and dreamy lyrics with their new single “Atlantis 1997″ featuring Cavaliers of Fun.
I’m a big fan of Futurecop! and their dreampop visions, so I’m excited to share with you their awesome music video for the single, which is on their forthcoming album, HOPES, DREAMS, & ALIENATION.
P.S. How awesome is that artwork? Geeze, throwback!
Its Friday night! I’ve got a lot on my plate, so a night of dancing isn’t in store. But I plan on spending a chill evening relaxing, and right now German producer Justin Faust’s remix of Hey Champ’s “Comet” is the perfect dreamwave track for some r&r.
I dig dreamwave music. Zimmer is of course my favorite, but Justin Faust has caught my attention with this dreamy remix of “Comet.” It just makes me want to stargaze for hours on a nice lawn or in a big field. But I can’t do that until the weather warms up.
Hey everyone! Hope you’ve all had a great day. Sorry I haven’t blogged in the past two days, I’ve been sick, even left work early to go home and sleep it off. I’m feeling way better after sleeping all day and taking medicine, so figured I’d go ahead and blog something.
So the delight I have for you today is an awesome new music video by French Producer Rone. The video is a really cool animated video for Rone’s hit song, “Bye Bye Macadam.” The video goes perfect with the vibe of the track and I’m really loving the creative animation of the black and white surrealism.
Watch the video below and enjoy! I will blog some more tomorrow.
Good morning beautiful music junkies! I hope that everyone had a fabulous weekend and is starting their Monday morning off without a hitch. Did you party a little too hard this weekend? Or perhaps, maybe you spent your weekend the way I did…relaxing with family.
Yes, it’s true. I didn’t party this weekend and I didn’t get lost in a dark club for hours while letting the sounds of house intoxicate my spirit. That would have been awesome, but I don’t plan on doing that until the forthcoming weekend. But just because I didn’t party this weekend, it doesn’t mean I’m sitting in my house with a dull look on my face. Nope, I’ve got the sounds of music and hours of YouTube videos to keep me occupied.
Speaking of videos (and the topic of this post,) I’m glad to share with y’all Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ debut visuals for “Your Love.”
TEED is actually one of my favorite producers/artists and his debut album Trouble was a nice handful of electronic-pop infused tracks. The album actually caught me by surprise, considering the fact I had listened to so many of his tracks prior to him putting together an album. I had no idea that was his official debut; TEED’s tracks have been in my playlist for a little over two years.
So you can call it a “debut” since it’s his first “real” album, but I’m just glad that TEED his doing his thing and continuing to produce music I love. I really also admire his originality, you know the entire “wearing dinosaur inspired clothing.” You can always expect to see him wearing some avant-garde dinosaur inspired headdress & clothing, so of course we get a heavy dosage of that in his new music video.
His single “Your Love” happens to be one of my favorite tracks off his album and I’m oh so glad that TEED released visuals to accompany the electro-pop-ish single.
Check out the radical visuals below. Such a beautiful video!
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Man, don’t you just love when you hear an awesome track in a mix and then a few days later find out the name of it? Well, that just happened to me. And folks let me tell you, I’m quite pleased I’ve finally got an id for this bouncy synthpop track.
You might recall last week I posted The Magician’s Magic 25 Tape and if you took the time out to listen to it (I doubt you could ignore such a magic dosage of sound) then you might remember hearing this bouncy tune that had this 80s synthpop sound. And I’m such a sucker for that 80s synthpop sound, so I couldn’t help but to get super happy(like Spongebob) and do this quirky little dance. Ah, good times…
Anyways, the name of that song is “Surrender” and the version played during the Magic 25 Tape is the remix by Shazam. So now you know who the remix is by, but of course you’ll need to know who the original is by. Well, ladies & gentlemen, this awesome track is by none other than Japanese electrodisco duo Kill The Hero and MK de Monde.
Peep the track below. Trust me, it’s totally pure awesomeness of electrodisco & synthpop fusion.