Indie Electronic

Musicians are finding ways to get all sorts of creative during this world wide quarantine that seems to be lasting a gazillion days. And though we can’t physically gather together, we somehow find ourselves more united than ever. Proof of (…)
The question I must ask myself when crafting this post is who will this song appeal to more:  Saint Punk stans or Matt McFAndrews? [This is what fans of the season 7 runner-up on NBC’s The Voice, Matt McAndrew (…)
Royksopp continue to unearth buried treasure in their Lost Tapes series with "Andromeda." 7 years is an eternity in Pop Culture, where it seems impossible to keep track of what happened 7 days ago, in a rapidly accelerating culture (...)
TroyBoi summons an alien landscape with the bangin' bass music of "Mmmm." Does anyone else miss dubstep? For a brief moment, it seemed like the euphoric utopianism of rave could be paired with academic intellectualism and soundsystem (...)
Nosaj Thing brightens up Jamie Isaac's nocturnal world on "Next To Me." Back in 2018, talking about Jamie Isaac's predilection for somnambulistic grooves, the website The Independent writes, "But when it (...)
New European artist Ekat Bork has created something unique on SHAMANIA by melding genres including electronic, post punk, hip-hop, and avant-garde. Hailing from Siberia and currently residing in Switzerland (...)
Oslo's Otha crafts an anxious, stream-of-consciousness dance floor banger on "Tired and Sick." Absolutely anything can happen on the dancefloor. Everyone's got their own reasons for wanting to lose themselves in a dimly lit club (...)
Hotshot producer Whethan looks forwards/backwards on "Stay Forever" featuring STRFKR. For electronic music to truly take hold and grab the public fascination, it needs to strike an equilibrium between the past and the (...)
Bow down to London electropop duo Reyko on "Surrender."There is nothing quite like the love of a good partner. It pumps you up, makes you feel capable of anything. After all, if you managed to secure the love of such an amazing (...)
Norway's Sassy 009 craft a jittering, electro ode to isolation on "Thrasher." Loneliness can be a beast and Norway's Sassy 009 manages to evoke the ugliness and painfulness in “Thrasher” as well as capture some of its detached (...)
Grimes returns with a chronicle of the decline on the electro-rockin' "My Name Is Dark (Art Mix)." Claire Boucher's journey has been one of the most bizarre, compelling, surreal stories of modern indie rock (...)
Back in 2018, members of the band Chvrches expressed sincere admiration for legendary video game creator Hideo Kojima. A year later they’ve released the titular track on the soundtrack for Kojima’s highly anticipated new game (...)
Some have called me a dance music soothsayer. A Nostradamus of the rave if you will. The music speaks to me and I’m able to look into my crystal ball and see the future. The last time I saw an entire career trajectory all (...)

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