Posts Tagged ‘Electropop’

We Have Band

We Have Band

We Have Band is a dance rock trio who encompass the grooves of Talking Heads, the moodiness of Joy Division, and the best bits of Hot Chip, Foals, and The Rapture.

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I Was A Teenage Satan Worshipper

I Was a Teenage Satan Worshipper

Equally influenced by The Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream, The Dandy Warhols, New Order, Ladytron, and Suicide, I Was A Teenage Satan Worshipper combine Commodore 64 bleeps with distorted guitars and motherboard-ish vocals.

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teenagersintokyo

Teenagersintokyo

teenagersintokyo take their cues not from their supposed contemporaries, but from the storied history of ’80s post-punk and new wave artists such as Siouxsie & The Banshees, Fleetwood Mac, Tears for Fears, Kraftwerk, and Talking Heads.

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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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Mirrors

Mirrors

Mirrors seem to have arrived straight from 1982; their synth laden brand of pop-noir sounds like the bastard child of O.M.D. and Depeche Mode. Add some Kraftwerk, Blancmange, New Order and early Human League to the mix and you get the idea.

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Perfidious Words

Perfidious Words

Perfidious Words combine dark vocals with powerful synths to create danceable, sensitive, and catchy electronic music that will strike a chord with fans of Depeche Mode, De/vision, Host-era Paradise Lost, a-ha, and Erasure.

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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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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 Foxglove Hunt

The Foxglove Hunt

Culling from a range of influences including New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Tears For Fears, and even The Cure, The Foxglove Hunt produce upbeat and danceable tracks full of catchy electronic beats, dreamy synths, and high-pitched, breathy vocals.

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Cicada

Cicada

Utilising live instruments and old skool synths, Cicada’s sound can be described as electronic pop with a touch of rock ‘n’ roll swagger – imagine Blondie jamming with Can and New Order, Cocteau Twins and Slowdive adding the sonics, with Daft Punk and Quincy Jones at the controls of the mixing desk.

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