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Weird of the Day, Moogfest Edition: Dan Deacon

Next up on our countdown to Moogfest (Apr. 23-27 in the bucolic mountains of North Carolina): Baltimore synth ninja Dan Deacon. Deacon first gained attention in the mid-’00s with a sound and performance style that married the raw energy of punk with the danceable, programmed beats of techno and synth-pop. 88 more words

Electronica

KFDDA - Glitch EP

artist: KFDDA
title: Glitch EP
keywords: 70′s, 80′s, 90′s, electronica, dance, dark wave, electronic, new wave, retro, synth

KFDDA released very recently a nice 7 track counting EP called (guess what?) Glitch EP.  162 more words

Electronic

Dave Audé vs Luciana - 'YOU ONLY TALK IN #HASHTAG'

The Easter weekend is always a good time to let your hair down, forget the workaday world, and just have some fun. You can drink, you can dance, and thank that guy with the crown of thorns and Men’s Health covershoot abs for giving you the opportunity. 94 more words

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News: Pawws

Listen to Pawws’ new track Sugar which will feature on her long awaited EP of the same name. Sugar is a great exercise in some reinvented 80s pop, with catchy descending synth lines and a very sweet vocal by Lucy Taylor.

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Alex Spalding - Nightshade (single)

Artist: Alex Spalding
Title: Nightshade
Keywords: electronic, electro, synth pop
Label: X.O.S. Musick http://xosrecords.bandcamp.com

The most difficult things to review is music that hit all the right tones, deliver the right melodies, uses the right structures, created with the best possible sounds. 565 more words

Electronic

Listen: Cut Copy's new song "Like Any Other Day"

As previously reported, Australia’s Cut Copy will follow up last year’s Free Your Mind with a new 10-inch due out for Record Store Day (April 19th). 269 more words

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Hold On We're Going Home (Drake Cover) by ASTR

It’s rare when a cover is so unique that it creates its own identity.  Leave it to ASTR to be one of those rarities with its cover of the Drake track, “Hold On We’re Going Home.”  This may be the most top 40-ish track to creep its way onto EWH (and it does sting a little), but if any band could do it, it would be the sultry, synth pop duo, ASTR.   51 more words

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