Up and coming Indie Pop artist Future Echoes has recently released their latest single “Nothing to Lose”. The single merges the familiarity of 80s Synth Pop with modern moody Pop to create a naturally immersive soundscape which won’t fail to keep your attention as the slightly funk-driven notes carve a succinct melody.
Expect lashings of lush reverb to swell around the electronic progressions which create the perfect platform for the plaintively captivating Pop vocals. There’s no denying that Future Echoes offer music which sits right on the contemporary curve. Yet, it was easy to feel that accessibility was favoured over authenticity while listening to Nothing to Lose. But that’s not to say it’s not a radio-ready stylistic feat of synthy moody pop.
You can check out Nothing to Lose for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Given the lack of politically-inspired music on the airwaves from Pop artists right now, you’d be forgiven for being under the impression that everything is peachy in parliament. Thankfully, up and coming Pop artist Vana Blu has made up for the shortfall and provided us with the ultimate sticky-sweet liberal aural treat “T-Erase-Her (Him)”. Not only is it a flawless feat of Trap-infused synth Pop, but it’s also one of the cleverest attacks on the frustratingly absurd state of the Tory party I’ve heard yet.
Artist’s such as Vana Blu are essential right now. Everyone with the ability to make art from the crushing weight of capitalist despair should be following their lead. T-Erase-Her (Him) proves that it doesn’t matter how political you get with your lyrics when they’re paired with the right melody, tracks can still pull together to offer a danceable feel-good vibe.
You can check out the inventively comedic official music video to Vana Blu’s single by heading over to YouTube now.
With up and coming Alt Pop artist Nir Kay’s latest single “I Saw It Coming” there’s a sweet juxtaposition of Pop styles which allows Pop to undergo a brand-new evolution while immersing you in familiar vintage tones.
The instantly accessible single offers punchy modern Jangle Pop melodies alongside the nostalgia of 80s Power Pop ballads. Nir Kay teamed up with Nicole Swiecka to borrow her deft vocals, and they proved to be the perfect fit for the soulful instrumentals which served up plenty of Funk and groove in the Synth Pop hit. I Saw It Coming carries some reminiscences to 80s icons such as Madonna, but Nir Kay’s sound is well and truly their own.
You can check out Nir Kay’s single I Saw It Coming which was released on September 6th for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.
Alt Pop duo Sisk & James has recently made their debut with the four-track EP “Outer Limits”. If you can imagine what it would sound like if Maroon 5 teamed up with Depeche Mode, you may just get an idea of how infectiously Funk-filled their take on Synth Pop is.
The best introduction to their genre-contorting sound is the upbeat jam “Right Between”. With elements of Synth Pop, Funk, Rock, and Contemporary Pop all fed into the mix, you’ll be able to throw yourself into familiar and accessible sounds while being in arrested in awe at Sisk & James’ pioneering aural flair.
As punchy and melodic as Right Between was, I wasn’t expecting a jaw-drop moment on the outro. But when it comes to keyboard riffs, I can quite honestly say that I’ve never heard anything so sonically alchemic in all my time ingesting electronica.
You can check out Sisk & James’ single Right Between along with the rest of their EP for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Fans of the Human League are sure to appreciate the second soulfully spacy Electronic Synth Pop album from up and coming artist Osmunda Music “Love Will Overcome”.
There’s no better introduction to Osmunda Music’s approach to 80s infused Pop than the title track which, as you can imagine from the title, spills plenty of inspiring lyricism. But instead of simply feeding you powerful lyrics, Osmunda Music has allowed the sentiment to resonate around the transfixing rhythms as the chorus almost becomes a mantra.
Even though the 80s influence on the track remains palpable throughout, the mellifluous melodies found in Love Will Overcome are still the perfect fit in your contemporary ambient electronica playlists.
You can check out Love Will Overcome along with the rest of Osmunda Music’s album for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
Pop artists can never go far wrong when they’re finding inspiration from the likes of New Order and Fleetwood Mac. But there’s plenty of additional aural magic thrown into the latest single from the up and coming Sydney-based artist Bohifale.
“Kind Enough to Wait” transcends sticky-sweet Pop melodies by throwing in layers of Funk along with guitar work which would give Interpol a run for their money.
It’s been a while since I’ve described a Pop track as sexy, it may even be the first time, but there’s definitely something about those smooth reverberant baritone vocals which sit atop of such a danceable euphoric bed of Synth-Pop which comes complete with irresistible earworm worthy Indie guitar licks.
You can check out Bohifale’s groove riddled, nostalgically accessible single Kind Enough to Wait for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
After an unforgettable debut which didn’t fail to attract plenty of hype, Indie Pop artist Crash Adams is back with yet another nostalgically synthy masterpiece with “Make It Last”.
Once again, Crash Adams has pulled together a danceable hit which will give your speakers a run for their money with the sheer amount of bass which has been thrown into the mix. Yet, Make It Last still retains its vibrant sticky-sweet up-vibe energy despite how reverberant the unrelenting bass is.
Expect vintage synth riffs and guitar riffs alike in Make It Last which is yet another high-octane hard-hitting testament to the artist’s’ talent in creating resoundingly arrestive Pop hits.
You can check out Crash Adams’ latest single Make It Last for yourselves by heading over to Spotify. You may just find that it becomes your new perennial Pop earworm.
Up and coming Berlin Pop artist Oriion has recently dropped their latest Synth Pop hit “Nothing at All” just in time for us to adopt the retro brand of euphoric sun-soaked Pop onto our Summer playlists.
Expect layers of mesmeric synth and intricately weaving drum patterns sitting in a stylistic polished, progressive and danceable mix. Even though Nothing at All has a slightly vintage feel with the 80s Pop influence, Oriion has irrefutably made the sound his own with the unrestrained passion which was poured into the energetic mix which could have only ever have been born in Berlin. Yet, Nothing at All is so much more than you’re average Pop hit with the complex lyrical narrative which asks you to explore the consequences of the decisions made in pursuits or rejections of passion.
You can check out Oriion’s latest single Nothing at All for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
If you could imagine a mash-up between the Editors, and the 1975, you might get an idea of what up and coming artist Crash Adams has alchemically cooked up with their debut single “Astronaut”. The single keeps the perfect balance between polished Indie Pop and slightly moody Synth Pop, yet, the beat in the progressive track almost constantly transgresses leaving you constantly hooked into the seamless evolutions of the beat. Straight from the prelude, every cell in your body knows that Astronaut isn’t a track to be listened to half-heartedly, the deep reverberant rhythms practically command attention, and you’ll be more than willing to give it.
It’s by no exaggeration are we calling Crash Adam’s debut single as one of the most promising. It’s accessible, it’s euphoric, and it’s well worth a spot on your playlists.
You can check out Crash Adam’s debut single for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
I may be slightly biased, but any Synth Pop artist taking inspiration from the likes of Editors, New Order, Depeche Mode and the Chemical Brothers are never going to make soundscapes which fall flat.
“Electric Bay” by up and coming electronica duo Fiction was yet another prime example of how through darkwave synthpop melancholia and vibrancy can be channelled simultaneously to create a compelling, energetic tonality which doesn’t resonate as in-your-face euphoria.
Instead, Electric Bay is an invitation to the jaded to find catharsis within the morosely energetic melodies which lead up to choruses that even misomaniacs would want to lose themselves in.
There’s the perfect amount of lyrical depth behind the single, they sit neatly in the mix the synth lines never become overshadowed, there’s also plenty of room for the guitar work to carve out compelling edges in the style of Interpol.
You can check out Fiction’s single Electric Bay for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.