Posts Tagged ‘experimental electro’

May 15, 2018

After a long hiatus, English experimental folktronica band Tunng are back! They’re preparing to release a new album on August 24th, and they’ve shared a killer new coruscant shimmering tune named ABOP via a vividly colored psychotropic music video. It’s a lavish psych folk and electro song with rhythmic hooking beats. I’ve already watched the video for ABOP several times since I encountered it earlier today. It’s easily one of my favorite pieces of new music this month. I can only imagine what else Tunng has in store for us on their new album Songs You Make At Night, which can be pre-ordered, here. Tunng will head out on a limited UK/EU tour this fall. Dates can be found, here.

April 20, 2018

It’s a huge week for Couros, the London based producer and musician who first lit up our music radar last year with Breathe A-gain. Not only was he involved in creating Norwegian starlet Aurora’s huge new hit, Queendom, but now he’s released a scintillating dazzler of an electronica and R&B track named Young, too. Its ornate and dub heavy texture, as well as Couros’ mesmeric looping vocals, are reminiscent of James Blake, but injected with more urgency and vital energy. Young is lifted from Couros’ forthcoming 5 track EP, out this summer. For now, you can stream/download Young, here, while we look forward to more previews from that EP.

March 21, 2018

Austrian twins MYNTH released a bonus EP named ECHO after their album elevator was out. Among its four captivating synthpop and experimental electro tunes is this ravishing gem, ELEVATOR, whose video somehow evaded our attention since last month. Now that we’re back and all recovered (almost… not really…) from SXSW, it’s time to dive into the glorious abstract clip and ELEVATOR’s slick phosphorescence. Make sure you take in ECHO in full on Bandcamp, too, here.