CHVRCHES (pronounced “churches” for all you non-latin majors out there) is a Glaswegian trio led by ebullient lead vocalist Lauren Mayberry that just released a soaring synth-pop number, “The Mother We Share.” The track would fit nicely on a playlist alongside innovative electro-pop pioneers like St. Lucia or Purity Ring. With a vocal melody nearly […]

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In perhaps the greatest screen-to-stereo coup since the Oneders, Electric Youth were launched into the popular indie consciousness with the inclusion of “A Real Hero,” their collaboration with France’s College, on the Drive soundtrack. The track fits right at home alongside the laidback ’80s chic of Kavinsky’s “Nightcall”, although it’s worth giving a listen to […]

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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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‘Whatever’ – my favorite word, life motto and also the title of TEETH‘s debut album that dropped on Tuesday. The trio was recently signed to Moshi Moshi (Lykke Li, Florence and the Machine, Friendly Fires) and have been tearing the scene apart with their punky electropop music. If you like to dance and get dirty, […]

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Fine. I give in. I’m giving you what I know you want, ATG readers and listeners. Here is some sexy-ass, acid-dripping dance-pop. Electro-pop at its finest. Soft Metals. The Portland-based duo’s beats and drum machines pulse and throb while the retro synth-lines ooze a kind of foreboding futuristic funk, and you’re left with nothing to […]

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