I have never been more proud to live in Brooklyn than I do right now. We have some of the best breakout bands making their
By An Ion is an electronic duo hailing from San Diego, CA consisting of childhood friends Ray Aguilar and The New Division drummer Alex Gonzales
Los Angeles electronic duo, Leitbur, consisting of Jaron Widman and Samantha Krzyston, were brought to my attention this past week with their new
Allegories – For fans of: The Smiths, Joy Division, Tears For Fears
The first time I heard Allegories, I had
ennui – a feeling of listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement.
New Jersey electro mastermind Jim Smith, better known as Teeel, has unveiled a new track from his upcoming release, Hydrostatic, out on September
The Mercy Beat released their infectious debut EP this summer and the remixes have been pretty exceptional as well. If you’re still in Labor
If you haven’t checked out Deftones’ Chino Moreno’s new project, ††† (Crosses), yet, what are you waiting for?
Crosses blends Moreno’s love of electronic synth-heavy melodies
synthical – a blissful mixture of synth and tropical elements blended together to give you good feels.
No, “synthical” is not a word. But I just made it
If you’re looking to float away to a far away imaginary land on a shimmering cloud of synth, (I don’t blame you) you’re gonna need a soundtrack!
There are great albums, and then there are albums that you didn’t even know you were waiting for. The albums that leave you with your mouth…
Ready Never – For fans of: MGMT, Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia
There is nothing I respect more than true musicianship, and Los Angeles duo
I first discovered The Horrors in 2011 after hearing “Still Life” from their album Skying and I fall in love with it’s message every time
A couple of weeks ago, I was reading through the newest issue of RELEVANT magazine and came across dreamwave outfit Kye Kye. After giving their
Tearjerker captured my attention with their perfect blend of shoegaze, synth and feel good melodies. This is the perfect soundtrack to your summer of
Happy May! (Is it really May already?) This month’s Artist of the Month has been stuck on repeat for the past few weeks
Australian synthpop band, Strange Talk, have been high on my radar since the summer of 2011. After only releasing their debut album, Cast