Posts Tagged ‘New Wave’

The Hundreds And Thousands

The Hundreds And Thousands

Inspired by bands like Muse, Radiohead, and U2, The Hundreds And Thousands’ music is driven by thumping basslines, slappy drums, and punchy guitars.

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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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Taken By Cars

Taken By Cars

Hailing from Philippines, Taken By Cars is an indie rock band who mixes sultry vocals with propulsive rhythms, angular guitars, and electronica that will appeal to fans of Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and The Rapture.

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Masquer

Masquer

Masquer create brooding cinematic soundscapes beamed straight out of The Cure’s Pornography by mixing shimmering electronics, sweeping melancholic melodies, and dreamy shoegaze guitars with marching drumbeats and rumbling basslines.

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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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Project:Komakino

Project: Komakino

Project:KOMAKINO ‘s music is heavily influenced by ’70s British post-punk, Constructive Design, and dystopian literature, which in turn has created a dark reverberated sound, accompanied by relentless drum beats, haunting vocals, and intangible lyrics.

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Motorama

Motorama

Motorama’s music combines the thick basslines, obtuse lyrics, and military drums of post-punk icons Joy Division with the pop hooks of Mancunian miserablists The Smiths.

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The Perfects

The Perfects

Echoing the works of Duran Duran, The Cure, and Nine Inch Nails, The Perfects seamlessly meld futuristic sounds with the melodic core of yesterday. if you are looking for dark, Robert Smith-inspired dance rock that combines broodiness and dance beats, you are in for a treat.

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Electric Valentine

Electric Valentine

Hailing from Huntington Beach, CA, Electric Valentine is the electropop / new wave duo of Lauren Baird and Chris Qualls whose amalgamation of big hooks, ’80s glossy production, and sexy vocals is destined to cause mayhem on the dancefloors.

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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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