Posts Tagged ‘Electronic rock’

Cultfever – Knewyouwell

Cultfever

This is the music video for Knewyouwell, edited by Dan Devine. The track appears in Cultfever’s self-produced and self-titled debut album that was released on November 1, 2011.

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Free MP3 Downloads #4

Terminal Gods

This week’s free MP3 round up includes legally free tracks by bands such as Terminal Gods, Neon Zoo, Morning Parade, Blue Stahli, and The New Division. Enjoy.

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Isolated Atoms

Isolated Atoms

Isolated Atoms’ intense and moody blend of angular guitars and ice cold synths takes the best aspects of new wave / post-punk and gives them a refreshing twist, resulting in an intriguing brand of electro rock.

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The Delta Fiasco

The Delta Fiasco

Melting avant-garde rock with new wave, The Delta Fiasco have created a “happening” of dizzying originality, a euphorically dark marriage of European electronica and guitars. Although cited as “Interpol meets The Faint by way of the DFA” they will also appeal to fans of Ladytron, IAMX, and NIN.

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Kill Hannah

Kill Hannah

Kill Hannah plays a sort of futuristic sounding electronic rock that will appeal to fans of Nine Inch Nails, Placebo, White Rose Movement, Shiny Toy Guns, and Apoptygma Berzerk v.2.0.

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Dúné

D?n?

Dúné’s (pronounced Dew-nay) amalgamation of ’70s punk, ’80s pop, and ’90s indie rock is a mashup of energetic rock, catchy melodies and electro elements.

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The Kick

The Kick

With influences ranging from shoegaze to goth and a fascination for mixing organic elements with machines, The Kick makes industrial pop in the veins of Nine Inch Nails, IAMX, Cyanna, Duran Duran, and The Perfects.

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3OH!3

3OH!3

3OH!3 (pronounced “three oh three”) is an electropop duo from Boulder, Colorado that combines hip-hop with dirty synths and electro-emo angst. Their songs feature rather shallow and controversial lyrics, but the hooks are more than enough to suffice.

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The Sounds

The Sounds

Often compared to new wave acts such as Blondie, The Cars, and Missing Persons, Swedish imports The Sounds combine icy synthesizers with rocking guitars and vixen Ivarsson’s spunky voice to create a lip gloss-smacking pop sound with more hooks than you can imagine.

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Innerpartysystem

InnerPartySystem

InnerPartySystem have a distinctive vision as their songs incorporate electronic beats that nod towards Pendulum, The Chemical Brothers, and Squarepusher, but also the melodic and aggressive energy that is not far from what you would find in Nine Inch Nails or hardcore punk.

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