Posts Tagged ‘Electro’

Dancefloor Fillers #5

The Smiths

Dancefloor Fillers is a selection of the best new tracks and remixes from various genres of electronic music, such as drum & bass, dubstep, electro, trance, and synthpop. Today it’s The Smiths, The Killers, The Kills, and Ray Charles who receive the remix treatment.

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Dancefloor Fillers #2

Muse

Dancefloor Fillers is a selection of the best new tracks and remixes from various genres of electronic music, such as drum & bass, dubstep, electro, trance, and synthpop. Today it’s Muse, The Temper Trap, White Lies, Liam Howlett & 3D Del Naja who receive the remix treatment.

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Dancefloor Fillers #1

The XX

Dancefloor Fillers is a selection of the best new tracks and remixes from various genres of electronic music, such as drum & bass, dubstep, electro, trance, and synthpop. Today it’s The XX, Oasis, Editors, and The Prodigy who receive the remix treatment.

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Sexual Earthquake In Kobe

Sexual Earthquake in Kobe

High-pitched vocals, half-screaming half-insolent, a frenetic beat, a powerful bass, and swinging electric sounds… Welcome to the crazy world of Sexual Earthquake In Kobe. The French trio makes dance-punk noise that will have you stamping your feet, banging your heads, and dislocating your hips in no time.

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Filthy Dukes

Filthy Dukes

Influenced by contemporaries Hot Chip, Soulwax, and Simian Mobile Disco, as well as by older bands such as Can, Tangerine Dream and Roxy Music, Filthy Dukes’ music has been described as “electroacidhousenuravetwisteddiscopunkfunk”, but you could also call it …simply good!

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Analog Angel

Analog Angel was born out of the ’80s analogue synthesizer revolution; their sound flirts with a number of electropop pioneers and will make fans of Depeche Mode, De/Vision, and Mesh feel right at home.

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The Red Crayon Aristocrat Club

The Red Crayon Aristocrat Club

Influenced by Ladytron, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Raveonettes, and Joy Division, The Red Crayon Aristocrat Club mix synthpop, new wave, post-punk, and garage to tell the world stories where beautiful things are cruel, truths are lies, and everything is turned upside down.

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DIN [A] Tod

DIN [A} TOD

DIN [A] Tod fuse the spirit of modernized post-punk with the amiable madness of the electroclash sound from Germany’s capital, resulting in a versatile No-Future-Pop music experience with a profound club appeal.

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Parov Stelar

Parov Stelar

Combining Charleston and jazz with electro and breakbeats is no easy task, but Parov Stelar’s sample-heavy tunes borrow enough from modern beats and 1930s jazz in order to be appropriate for both the dancefloor or the easy chair.

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X-Wife

X-Wife

X-Wife’s amalgamation of angular guitars, pounding rhythms, and analogue electronics builds on a post-punk inheritance from the likes of Suicide and Gang of Four. Fans of LCD Soundsystem, The Rapture, DFA 1979, and Foals will feel right at home.

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