Posts Tagged ‘cherrytree’

November 8, 2014
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I know many of us are very excited about Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp’s new album The Inevitable End, out very soon on November 11 via Cherrytree / Interscope. While we’re waiting, stream one of the album tracks, the mellow and airy Thank You, a honeyed electropop leaning listen reminding me of some of Daft Punk’s recent and more chill work. 

November 8, 2014
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I know many of us are very excited about Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp’s new album The Inevitable End, out very soon on November 11 via Cherrytree / Interscope. While we’re waiting, stream one of the album tracks, the mellow and airy Thank You, a honeyed electropop leaning listen reminding me of some of Daft Punk’s recent and more chill work. 

Röyksopp’s Skulls and new version of Monument with Robyn

September 30, 2014

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There have been rumors of a new Röyksopp album for some time now, especially after the release of the much respected electronic band’s collaborative mini-album with Robyn earlier this year, Do It Again. Now, the rumors have proven true. The Norwegian duo has announced The Inevitable End, to be released November 11 on Cherrytree / Interscope. Everyone, celebrate! I have a feeling some of my friends are going to be ecstatic when I tell them this news. Not only did Röyksopp announce the album today, but they also unveiled two tracks off the release, the first being a brand new dramatic original named Skulls, which you can stream in the widget above, and the second being a new version of Monument, with Robyn. The original was the 10 minute opener on the Do It Again mini-album and the best song off the release, in my opinion. As expected, the re-worked rendition is more upbeat, a lot shorter, but still monumental. I miss the horns and slow intensity of the original, but I’m digging this additional approach, too. The video for the The Inevitable End version of Monument features footage from their killer Do It Again tour. Yes, I was there, at their show in San Francisco. Yes, it was epic.

OFFICIAL VID: Eliot Sumner – Information

August 5, 2014

I know, I know, I’ve already babbled a ton in regards to Eliot Sumner and her new EP Information, but I’m seriously in love with the title track of the release. The new video for the tune begs a reshare, so here we are again. Information is such a brooding, pensive synthwave gem from the musician who once released electropop music under the name I Blame Coco. She, as I’ve mentioned plenty of times before, is also the daughter of a certain star named Sting, and her vocals do, to some extent, remind me of her father, though she stands apart splendidly with her delicious new music. Information is out right now on Cherrytree.

July 31, 2014
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Los Angeles indie alt pop trio Sir Sly is gearing up to release their debut album You Haunt Me on September 16, via Cherrytree/Interscope. As the day approaches, they’re unveiling some new tunes, and the latest treat is the title track off the album, an infectious, upbeat anthem, almost as catchy as their gritty song Gold, which first placed them square on my music map a year ago. Revisit Gold below.

July 31, 2014
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Los Angeles indie alt pop trio Sir Sly is gearing up to release their debut album You Haunt Me on September 16, via Cherrytree/Interscope. As the day approaches, they’re unveiling some new tunes, and the latest treat is the title track off the album, an infectious, upbeat anthem, almost as catchy as their gritty song Gold, which first placed them square on my music map a year ago. Revisit Gold below.

July 29, 2014
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Eliot Sumner (of I Blame Coco) sure does remind me some of her father on Come Friday, the second taste of what’s shaping to be a fantastic debut solo EP under her birth name. Who is her father? Oh, just this guy named Sting, that’s all. Come Friday follows on the heels of debut single and EP title track Information, an exhilarating, soaring post-punk and synthwave gem, which you can revisit below. Both tracks are chock full of euphoric synths and beaming guitar riffs, plus how can you not gravitate towards her unique, deep vocals? As a major fan of Future Islands, I find myself getting drawn to Eliot Sumner’s sound on these tunes. Eliot Sumner’s EP drops August 5 on Cherrytree. 

July 29, 2014
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Eliot Sumner (of I Blame Coco) sure does remind me some of her father on Come Friday, the second taste of what’s shaping to be a fantastic debut solo EP under her birth name. Who is her father? Oh, just this guy named Sting, that’s all. Come Friday follows on the heels of debut single and EP title track Information, an exhilarating, soaring post-punk and synthwave gem, which you can revisit below. Both tracks are chock full of euphoric synths and beaming guitar riffs, plus how can you not gravitate towards her unique, deep vocals? As a major fan of Future Islands, I find myself getting drawn to Eliot Sumner’s sound on these tunes. Eliot Sumner’s EP drops August 5 on Cherrytree.