BY BUST Magazine
on Jul 17, 2014
Sylvan Esso’s song “Play It Right” speaks of two sounds and two souls coming together. This, in a sense, is how Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn of Sylvan Esso came to be a band. After sharing the bill in a small club, Meath asked Sanborn to remix the song she had written and the rest is history. The pair met up in Durham, North Carolina to start work on their self-titled debut album, a swirl of electro-pop beats and Meath’s cool and soothing melodies. Read More
BY Gwen Berumen
on Jul 08, 2014
It’s nearly the middle of July, which means that we must be craving the next best track to quench our thirst this summer. And what goes better with summer road trips than undiscovered synthpop? NYC-based ‘Criminal Talk’ is just what you are looking for; a group with an ever-growing repertoire of influences that is taking pop music to the next level.
Alana Goldmann and Devon C. Johnson are the talented duo behind Criminal Talk. Read More
BY shannon carlin
on Jan 10, 2013
Smack dab in the middle of Flavorpill’s Manhattan office, right in front of the mural painted by Swoon, sat Natasha Khan, better known as Bat For Lashes.
The British singer was preparing herself to sing in front of the intimate crowd of 40 or so people who had won a chance to see her perform as part of Flavorpill Sessions, an in-office acoustic concert series that is broadcast live on Livestream.com. Read More
BY Kari Belsheim
on Jan 08, 2013
After three years of honing their live sound, Stereo Telescope is set to release a full-length album, On and Running, on January 29th. This synthpop duo is composed of Nikki Dessingue and Kurt Schneider, veterans of various indie and electronic bands from the Boston scene. Each member sings and performs a host of instrumental tasks, which is quite impressive considering the complexity of their music.
With a blend of post-rock ambience and meticulous electronic instrumentation, Stereo Telescope’s sound is evocative of the Postal Service or, more recently, M83. Read More
BY Alison Berry
on Jun 07, 2010
Hey you. Want to see a snazzy music video?
Neon Indian, a one man Synth-Pop band, has debuted in his first music video on Green Label Sound. Check it out.
Liked that? This song is available for free download here! Also avalible for your viewing pleasure is a full "making of" video on Aol Spinner. Read More