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MUNA Met With Love From Denver

Lovers and singled united in mutual admiration for band Muna at Larimer Lounge in Denver on Valentine’s Day. See slideshow below! 255 more words


Noella Nix - "Bad Things" Review

Alt-pop extraordinaire, Noella Nix might just have created her crossover mainstream hit with the brilliantly naughty “Bad Things.”

Coming off a string of dark-pop releases in the last year like “Someone” and “Bye Bye,” Nix merges her dark side with an overall more pop/dance edge that makes you want to jump straight on the dancefloor. 140 more words


MUNA - Loudspeaker

Every good pop song has a light and dark side. Upbeat synths and dark lyrics. Sweet and sour. Sneak complex subjects in with a spoonful of sugar and you are hooked. 108 more words



MUNA show us “I Know A Place”, from the album About You, release on the 3rd of February.

That came with a video, which they say: “We wanted this video to be a depiction of the fact that acknowledging the humanity of your enemy can be the most powerful battle tactic of all. 68 more words


Newest Love: Rondo Mo - "Overflow"

“Overflow” marks the first official release of Rondo Mo, the pseudonym of South-Londoner Robbie Redway. With his distinctive blend of dark, soulful electronica, this is unmistakably the sound of a promising new artist. 381 more words


Introducing... Tempers

NYC based duo Tempers have a laid back dark electronica tone to their music. The bendy synths, dark chord patterns and slightly clunky drunky style of vocal delivery may all sound a bit strange on their own but together they actually form a cohesive sound. 39 more words


Aquilo’s “Silhouettes” Will Take You On A Slow Dance To Nostalgia

After leaving us in suspension in Part I of their Silhouettes Trilogy, Aquilo dropped Part II titled “Silhouettes” – which reveals some family history of the protagonist. 100 more words