Post Tagged with: "Electro-Pop"

Vlimmer :: IIIIIIII​/​IIIIIIIII (8 & 9) (Blackjack Illuminist)

As in the previous opus this album is a fine mix of influences coming from cold / dark wave, IDM movements, as well as minimal synth, post-punk and sci-fi soundtracks to produce a personal musical syncretism. Vlimmer (aka Alexander Leonard Donat) is one crazily productive, imaginative synth wizard hailing from Berlin. Igloo readers are already […]

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Pattern Behavior :: Electric Minds (Component)

The musical result is not so far from 80s / 90s dark electronic projects like Kirlian Camera, Ordo Rosario Equilibrium, Frozen Autumn or even Killing Joke absorbed in a kinetic and cyber-futurist mode. To sum up things Electric Minds offers to the audience another unexpected facet from this versatile modern electronic project. Pattern Behavior figures […]

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Bill & Murray :: Rabbit Hole EP (Other Voices)

A relevant example of a contemporary electropop combination where our favorite synth machines meet minimalist rockin elements, guitar distortion and sweet pop singing. Somewhere between A Place to Bury Strangers, Depeche Mode and Cold Cave, just to name a few. This new EP is brought to light by the avid and passionate producer Oleg Galay […]

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Worm Is Green :: To them we are only shadows (ata:digital)

An album of contradiction, of past and present influences at odds with each other. An album demonstrating electronica of the past five years meeting vocal sensibilities of the five before that and an aesthetic hopelessly grounded in a tiny, gorgeous rock planted in the North Atlantic. It’s a Thursday evening/Friday morning and I’m on a […]

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Worm is Green :: The Politician EP (ata-digital)

The Politician EP by Icelandic exports Worm is Green, presents its own tasteful slice of classic club culture. This EP features a number of remixes of the title track “The Politician”—the most eerie of which is the Bitcrush remix. It emerges with touches of sad tones, camouflaged by the shimmering plates of echoes, producing a […]

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