This weeks show features exciting new releases from Chvrches, The Editors and SPC ECO plus lot of new bands to introduce in the genres of synthpop, trip hop and indie.
This weeks show is an all synthpop/electronica show featuring a ton of new releases with some classics sprinkled in. Of note are new releases from Tamaryn and El Vy (a project featuring Matt Berninger from The National)
This weeks show features brand new releases in the genres of Indie rock, Post Punk, Synthpop, Electronica and Brit Pop with with exciting new releases from New Order, Stereophonics, Brandon Flowers and more.
New order release their first single ‘Restless’ off their upcoming album, Music Complete out September 25th on Mute.
This weeks show features brand new releases in the genres of dreamy synthpop, dance electronica, dark synth and post punk. New releases from Big Black Deta and Cold Showers highlight the show, plus some classics from Gary Numan, The Cure and more balance things out.
Spotify has introduced a new featured called “Discover Weekly” that is aimed at providing you with a weekly mixtape of music based on your music preferences. You will find the appropriately named playlist “Discover Weekly” at the top of your playlist hierarchy. My initial impression of this feature is very positive. The first 3-4 songs were bands that I have never heard of, but ones that fit in perfectly with the type of music that I listen to
This weeks show features sets containing brand new releases in the genres of synthpop, dark wave, indie pop and electronica. We have the exciting new releases from Chvrches plus The Chemical Brothers featuring Beck. We have plenty of other new releases and classics mixed in as well.
Chvrches has announced the initial details of the sophomore album called Every Open Eye. It is scheduled to be released on September 25th. The first single is called Leave A Trace and you can get your first listen right here.
Spotify release 1.0.9 continues in it’s attempt to make the product more usable. They are succeeding in adding in little niceties here and there, but at the same time have not offered anything truly innovative in a while. This release adds some aesthetic and usability features, but hasn’t put a huge dent in the list of features that the user base has been clamoring for.
This weeks show is one of my more diverse ones, with segments featuring Trip Hop, Post Punk, Shoegaze and of course…Synthpop. As always, there are a ton of new releases, but you can also hear some classics from Hooverphonic, Echo & The Bunnymen, Cocteau Twins and more!