The fruits of Solomon Grey‘s labor have finally come to show with last week’s release of their ultra-catchy, electro-influenced Firechild EP. We chatted with the duo — Tom Kingston and Joe Wilson — about this long worked-on project, their influences, The Wire and being mysterious. Check it all out after the jump. STREAM: Solomon Grey – […]

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Back in 2007, David Grellier (a.k.a. College) started the Valerie Collective as a humble little blogspot based in the west of France, dedicated to evocative 80s-inspired, John Hughes-esque electro. In the years following, artists featured on the Collective proved that “techno” was more than just bangers and background music with their signature brand of sincere, […]

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That Swedish electropop triumvirate, Miike Snow, just unleashed “Paddling Out,” a new jam that’s sure to stay in your head for a good while (or at least until they release another song). A strong follow-up to “Devil’s Work,” this track is carried by a chopped-up piano line, haunting vocals and some space-age laser sounds, all […]

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I have already sung the praises of San Francisco-based Viceroy, so it’s safe to say this song is a good one.  The generous producer decided to give away a song for every 100 fans he acquired on Facebook and, luckily for us, he hit 600 a few days ago, prompting him to lay this glorious […]

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Shades. Snaps. Bass. Synths. Rhymes: “Ray Ban Vision” has it. Check out the newest effort from Montreal native (and ATG fave) A-Trak with verses contributed by CyHi Da Prynce (a new addition to Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music production and management company). I know it’s freezing cold here, but I want nothing more than to blast this from […]

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I put Jamaica’s “I Think I Like U 2″ on the Cannabliss Mix a few months ago, yet somehow neglected to dedicate an entire to post to what is quickly becoming one of my favorite new bands of 2010. Those around me know that I’ve nearly beaten the song to death, playing it every chance […]

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