Posts Tagged ‘Scotland’

The 10:04’s

The 10:04's

The 10:04’s are an indie quartet whose insanely brilliant amalgamation of growling guitar hooks, glacial synths, pulsating bass lines, and pounding drums, all topped off with Steven Bolton’s distinctly gothic baritone, will undoubtedly strike a chord with fans of Editors and White Lies.

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Sugar Crisis

Sugar Crisis

Sharing a common love for synthesizers and all things electropop, Sugar Crisis make wildly infectious music influenced by the likes of Tilly and The Wall, Freezepop, The Postal Service, The Submarines, and CSS.

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Blacktzar

Blacktzar

Since forming in early 2009, Blacktzar have set about establishing their own unique sound – a blend of twisted electronics and genuine songwriting flair drawing comparisons with Echo & the Bunnymen, Depeche Mode, a-ha, and New Order.

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The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad blend post-rock and post-punk with heavily delayed shoegaze guitars and folk elements. Fans of My Bloody Valentine, Arab Strap, and Mogwai have every reason to be happy.

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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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