Posts Tagged ‘Electropop’

Client

Client

Client combine Scandinavian airline hostess uniforms with glamour-girl aesthetics and harsh electronics to create a sound reminiscent of early forays into electronic sound manipulation and New Wave.

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Electrocute

Electrocute

Electrocute bring a mix of electro dance beats, swaggering fuzzy garage-punk guitars, and what they describe as being a naughty but clever lyrical design. If you are looking for an upbeat set of sonic candy, you have just found it.

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Lovers Electric

Lovers Electric

Lovers Electric is an electropop duo from Adelaide, Australia, founded by David Turley and Eden Boucher. Their ’80s inspired alternative dance pop draws influences from Editors, The Cure, Cyndi Lauper, New Order, B52’s, OMD, and White Lies.

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4TUNE8

4tune8

4TUNE8’s sound could be described as “nu metal meets electropop”, merging heavy guitar riffs with phat beats and walls of synths. Influenced by Linkin Park, Depeche Mode, Paradise Lost, and The Prodigy, these Germans manage to combine different styles of music and give them a poppier edge.

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Fenech-Soler

Fenech-Soler

Fenech-Soler’s crisp music mixes blips with cowbells, bass guitars and synths in a way that will thrill fans of Van She, Klaxons, Midnight Juggernauts, Cut Copy, IAMX, and Late Of The Pier, just to name a few.

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Don Juan Dracula

Don Juan Dracula

Norway’s Don Juan Dracula blend effectively catchy guitar hooks with walls of icy synths. If you like ’80s electronic bands such as Depeche Mode, OMD, Duran Duran, and Pet Shop Boys, you’ll be in for a treat.

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Marsheaux

Marsheaux

Marsheaux is the synthpop duo of Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou. Sharing a common love for ’80s electropop, analog synths, and drum machines, the girls formed the band in 2003 and have been following in the footsteps of Yazoo, The Human League, Depeche Mode, and OMD ever since.

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Uh Huh Her

Uh Huh Her

Featuring emotionally-charged lyrics, Cure-inspired melodies, provocative arrangements, and ethereal vocals, Uh Huh Her’s amalgamation of indie and electropop is guaranteed to haunt your iPod for a long time.

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