Tag Archive: synth-pop

Noosa – Wonderland (album) (self-released)

Wonderland is the debut full length album from Long Island, New York singer/songwriter Noosa. Noosa adopted her name after visiting the Australian surf town of the same name where she was also inspired… Continue reading

Woman’s Hour – Darkest Place (single) (Luv Luv Luv Records)

Following their acclaimed double A-side single ‘To The End’ / ‘Our Love Has No Rhythm‘ on Parlour Records, which we reviewed back in March, London-via-Kendal four piece Woman’s Hour are set to release a new… Continue reading

Josep Xorto – I Remember (single) (TAPErec)

Barcelona producer and DJ Josep Xorto (also the frontman of Stand Up Against Heart Crime) has just released his debut single entitled “I Remember”. Co-produced by Mikko Gordon (Atoms For Peace, La Shark), “I… Continue reading

Daybehavior – For A Thousand Years (single) (self-released)

Daybehavior might just be your “new” favourite synthpop act…”new” being the keyword here. Yes, this Swedish trio might also be the longest running synthpop band you’ve never heard of. However, Daybehavior have been at… Continue reading

I Am A Camera – Rent (single) (self-released)

Following the release of the single “Factory Boys” and a remix of Lana Del Rey’s “Born To Die” last year, U.K. electro-pop act I Am A Camera have been in the studio putting… Continue reading

Feathers – Land of the Innocent (single) (NYX Records)

“Land of the Innocent” is the debut single from all-girl synthpop act Feathers who hail from Austin, TX. A few weeks ago the quartet were crowned ‘New Band of the Day’ in The… Continue reading

Depeche Mode – Heaven (single) (Mute)

New music from Depeche Mode isn’t so much a release as it is an event. The brand new single “Heaven” has just surfaced online only a week after the band announced details of… Continue reading

Ponychase – Ponychase (EP) (self-released)

When you think of Nashville chances are that post-punk and synth-pop don’t spring to mind. On their debut self-titled 6-song mini-album, Nashville quartet Ponychase set out to change that. The name Ponychase was the… Continue reading