Posts Tagged ‘Electronica’

Hearts Of Black Science

Hearts Of Black Science

Hearts of Black Science’s pop-noir music combines the melancholic darkness of Joy Division and Depeche Mode with the haunting melodies of New Order, M83, Maps, The XX, and Boards Of Canada.

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Delphic

Delphic

Hailed by the British press as the future sound of Manchester, Delphic are an indie dance band that mixes the city’s post-punk heritage with euphoric electronica to create anthemic songs for a post-dance world.

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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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Danish Daycare

Danish Daycare

Citing influences such as The Cure, New Order, Depeche Mode, Ride, and Doves, Danish Daycare’s mixture of weeping guitars, moody synths, and punchy beats unveils an unmistakable ’80s herritage.

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Bertie Blackman

Bertie Blackman

Bertie Blackman is an independent Australian singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Her haunting yet seductive vocals collide with industrial electronics to create sonic soundscapes that will appeal to fans of La Roux, Little Boots, and Metric.

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The XX

The XX

Bonding over a shared love of dark, emotive ’80s guitar sounds and the high-end sheen of American R&B, The XX’s unique sound befits a band whose wide range of influences include everything from Aaliyah to Cocorosie, Rihanna to The Cure, and Mariah Carey to The Pixies.

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Zoot Woman

Zoot Woman

Credited by many within the music industry as one of the most important forerunners of electroclash, Zoot Woman are an English electronic music group made up of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake, and Stuart Price (also known as Thin White Duke, Jacques Lu Cont, and Les Rythmes Digitales).

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We Fell To Earth

We Fell To Earth

We Fell To Earth is an electronica act that combines haunting vocals with quietly insistent guitars and creates hypnotic, cinematic electronic soundscapes. If you want something eerie to listen to while lying on a beach and staring at the stars, you are in for a treat.

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Maps

Maps

Influenced by Spiritualized, Galaxie 500, My Bloody Valentine, and M83, Maps (aka Northampton-based bedroom experimentalist turned dream pop auteur James Chapman) creates music that is partly shoegaze and partly electronica.

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Monomen

Monomen

Monomen show their affection for ’80s post-punk and new wave through a bunch of infectious tracks filled with catchy melodies, Numan-esque weird electronics, and murky vocals that bring to mind The Chameleons, Joy Division, Magazine, and Depeche Mode.

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