Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” was definitely a summer anthem, so it’s no surprise that the cover barrage has begun. NYC synth-pop masters Holy Ghost! just dropped their own version of the track, imparting their ’80s synth-centric tendencies by turning up the reverb on the vocals and converting to a 4/4 beat. The cover was […]

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A little over two years since  the release of their self-titled debut, we finally have new material from Holy Ghost! in the form of the New York synthpop duo’s sophomore LP, Dynamics. To support the release, the DFA artists will be hitting the road, a journey which will include a November 1st stop at the 9:30 Club. Anyone […]

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With the impending release of their sophomore album Dynamics, DFA darlings Holy Ghost! recently premiered “Okay”…and hot damn we’re into it! “Okay” comes out of the gate strong with an out-of-this-world synth line followed by some pretty insightful vocals. The Holy Ghost! boys have always done a great job of straddling the electro/pop line and […]

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Kool Head are fresh out the gate with their debut single “Leon” and already charting funky new pastures, finding a sweet spot near the intersection of French Touch and hip hop. Fans of Chromeo and Holy Ghost! will find a lot to love in this sharp vocal-driven track from the Brooklyn/Atlanta-based duo, who’ve been described […]

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An eight minute epic of pure disco glory whose sound epitomizes the DFA aesthetic; tight, boozy grooves build and grow as the sun descends behind the towering modular synths and the New York City skyline.

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This week our favorite remix wizards, Captain Cuts, came out on top with their take on Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks.” Close runners-up were Justin Faust, Four Tet, Holy Ghost! and Frank Ocean. If you missed any of these gems from earlier this week, consider this a chance for redemption. Check them all out after […]

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DFA and Adult Swim have teamed up to produce a short animated video teaser for Holy Ghost!’s “Some Children” off their self-titled LP dropped this past April. Directed by Lilfuchs and featuring the vocals of Michael McDonald of Doobie Brothers fame, “Some Children” is Italo-disco-pop that is seriously groove-worthy. The video itself is super psychedelic […]

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