…just to make you feel even colder, Roman Zayat, a Russian deep house artist who has moved on from a previous musical life as a more traditional singer-songwriter to embrace the high-production values of techno and house. Roman’s still managed to maintain a strong songwriting element (as a lyric video might suggest) and it bodes well for the emergence of “intelligent” dance music appearing from around the world.
If you’ve ever contemplated what it would be like to travel through the copper veins of a cyborg, here’s as near as you’re ever likely to get. Australian Future Bass artist, Eztain, is leading his homeland’s charge into the dance mainstream, pioneering new ways to bring electro music in both recorded and live form. This is a from a forthcoming reissue of his Iconoclast VIP EP due out on New Year’s Day 2018. Perfect for zoning out from your hangover to!
How better to let off steam, or even blow roofs off, when you aren’t active in the American army working with patriot missiles all day, than to crank out a dancefloor tune for the masses? That’s exactly what Wicked Empire has done, creating the track whilst he was on duty in the Middle East. We think this might be a first. Let us know.
Video of the week goes to the evocative black and white negative visuals of Johann Sebastian Punk’s ‘Confession’. There’s definitely some Radiohead influences in here!
Composer Mihail Doman unveils his beautiful pro-feminist video for Arhythmology VI, the lead track from his stunning Arhythmology album.
Check out the new video for ‘Caving’ by Ciqala- fans of Evanescence or any alternative electro-rock will be sure to love this one!
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Check out the new video for the electronically fuelled ‘Go Your Way’ by emerging Canadian artist, Voldo Blanka.
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We’ve got a real curveball for you guys today, but a curveball that’s certainly worth a few minutes of your valuable video watching time!
If you love comics, animation, any of that stuff – then you’re sure to love Psyrena’s new video for ‘Rainbows and Unicorns’. Joined by her closest pal, Mr. Bear, the duo create catchy brand of electronic pop that they combine with their very own comic books!
It’s colourful, it’s psychedelic, it’s escapist, it’s can’t-take-your-eyes-off-it: Everything you could possible ask for in a video – the song’s pretty damn good too…
Check out more on the wonderful world of Psyrena and Mr. Bear here:
Electro-rockers Everything Under have released the new video for their track, ‘Happy Matters’
The single follows on from ‘Team’ which exhibited the dark, industrial style that Everything Under have honed and perfected.
Naturally, as an electro-rock group, there is a definite 80s vibe to the band’s music, particularly ‘Happy Matters’, which recalls the sounds of bands like Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Bronski Beat. However, Everything Under are reinventing the genre and making it more accessible for modern audiences.
‘Happy Matters’ would sound perfectly at home in a warehouse rave, as can be seen from the trippy video that accompanies the track.
The song is taken from the upcoming album, Where Have the Kids Gone at Night?
With a catchy chorus and infectious beat, ‘Anna Mae’ is impossible to get out of your head.
Watch the music video for ‘Anna Mae’ here: