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Little Cub

Composed of Dominic Gore, Duncan Tootill, and Ady Acolatse, Small Cub are an alternative/indie pop trio located in South-East London, U.K. Although their audio developed mainly in London, the ensemble in fact produced in Dorking, Surrey in 2015. Gore and Tootill fulfilled by possibility and immediately bonded more than a …

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Scandroid

Emerging through the dystopian cyberpunk depths of Neo-Tokyo, Scandroid can be a musical task developed by synthwave designer Klayton. Created Scott Albert, the Detroit-based designer (aka Klay Scott) developed the character Crimson, who, based on the imaginary origin story, found out the “New Vintage” sound of the “forgotten period” (i.e., …

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Le Matos

Le Matos certainly are a Canadian synthwave group who make fast-paced, neon-tinted electro songs equally fitted to dancefloors and action flicks. Discussing their music as “outrun” (much like Kavinsky’s 2013 recording), their songs are usually upbeat and glittery, however prevent kitschiness or irony. Le Matos had been founded by Jean-Nicolas …

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Ephwurd

Los Angeles-based Ephwurd are an in-demand home music duo known because of their genre-bending method of electronic dance music, often dubbed “bass home” because of its modern dubstep-style “bwah” bass drops. Shaped in 2014, Ephwurd feature the abilities of Canadian-born DJ/manufacturer Troy Beetles (aka Datsik) and California-born DJ/manufacturer Basie Hauser …

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GosT

Rising through the depths from the underworld, the mysterious producer referred to as GosT embodies the type of Baalberith, a prince of Hell, on his propulsive synthwave single task. Channeling the occult, ’80s slasher flicks, and John Carpenter, GosT occupies the area between the muscular electro-house of Justice, the rhythmic …

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Fantasma

Fantasma is a South African collective that manically grafts together hip-hop, Zulu maskandi music, shangaan electro, psych, South African home, and punk. Founded in 2013 by rapper/manufacturer/vocalist Spoek Mathambo, he enlisted DJ Spoko (the godfather of “Bacardi home”), guitarist Andr√© Geldenhuys (Machineri), veteran multi-instrumentalist Bekisenzo Joseph Cele (Vukazithathe NeziNgane ZaKhe) …

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Perturbator

A former black metallic guitarist who turned to dark synthwave, Wayne Kent aka Perturbator got his genre-free attitude toward music from his parents, one of these being rock and roll critic Nick Kent. He was presented with a Pantera recording at age three, and a acoustic guitar at age 11. …

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Ibibio Sound Machine

London-based DJ/live music collective Ibibio Sound Machine combine sounds motivated in similar measure from the fantastic era of Western African funk and disco, post-punk, and contemporary electro. The music group was began by producers Maximum Grunhard, Leon Brichard, and Benji Bouton, who have been all fanatics of African grooves from …

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John Gibbons

Irishman John Gibbons began his profession being a radio DJ before learning to be a dance music manufacturer, eventually striking the big style along with his 2016 one “Would I Rest for you,” a high-energy cover from the 1992 Charles & Eddie basic. Coming old in the ’90s, Gibbons started …

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S U R V I V E

The music created by Austin, Texas-based analog electronic quartet S U R V I V E is a brand new, bewildering update of vintage horror and sci-fi film scores aswell as experimental ambient music and minimal wave. Their documented output runs from longform space explorations to hazy lo-fi electro. Their …

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