Posts Tagged ‘rebeka’

OFFICIAL VID: Moullinex – To Be Clear

January 30, 2014

A couple weeks ago, we got to hear a remix of Moullinex’s brand new single To Be Clear by French producer Zimmer. Today, we get to watch the video for the original version of the scintillating, indulgent tune that features vocals by Iwona Skwarek of the band Rebeka, who seems to be turning in some amazing guest vocal stints all of a sudden (there’s that Mirror People song Come Over from a week ago, too). The nu-disco flavored dance track To Be Clear is off Moullinex’s 2012 debut album Flora, but he just released a To Be Clear EP featuring the Zimmer remix and additional remixes by RAC and Kraak & Smaak. Guess who gets to catch Moullinex’s San Francisco debut at weekly indie club night Popscene next week? 

OFFICIAL VID: Moullinex – To Be Clear

January 30, 2014

A couple weeks ago, we got to hear a remix of Moullinex’s brand new single To Be Clear by French producer Zimmer. Today, we get to watch the video for the original version of the scintillating, indulgent tune that features vocals by Iwona Skwarek of the band Rebeka, who seems to be turning in some amazing guest vocal stints all of a sudden (there’s that Mirror People song Come Over from a week ago, too). The nu-disco flavored dance track To Be Clear is off Moullinex’s 2012 debut album Flora, but he just released a To Be Clear EP featuring the Zimmer remix and additional remixes by RAC and Kraak & Smaak. Guess who gets to catch Moullinex’s San Francisco debut at weekly indie club night Popscene next week? 

OFFICIAL VID: Mirror People – Come Over (Feat Iwona Skwarek)

January 24, 2014

Portuguese producer Mirror People’s new single Come Over featuring Iwona Skwarek (of the band Rebeka) is a truly intoxicating, twirl worthy nu-disco jam. It sounds like a brighter, less sinister sounding Chromatics or Glass Candy italo disco jam, but far lighter and less heavy on synth stabs. The mellow, indulgent song is rather addicting and easy to get lost in. I’m serious, I just want to start twirling around the room in circles to this. Come Over drops as a single on February 7 on Discotexas.

OFFICIAL VID: Mirror People – Come Over (Feat Iwona Skwarek)

January 24, 2014

Portuguese producer Mirror People’s new single Come Over featuring Iwona Skwarek (of the band Rebeka) is a truly intoxicating, twirl worthy nu-disco jam. It sounds like a brighter, less sinister sounding Chromatics or Glass Candy italo disco jam, but far lighter and less heavy on synth stabs. The mellow, indulgent song is rather addicting and easy to get lost in. I’m serious, I just want to start twirling around the room in circles to this. Come Over drops as a single on February 7 on Discotexas.

OFFICIAL VID: Rebeka – Unconscious

January 8, 2014

Over half a year ago, I featured an indie synthpop duo from Poland named Rebeka. Their song Melancholia swept me away with its synthy, disco tinged beauty and its dreamy vocals. Since then, they’ve released a debut album back at home, titled Hellada. Check out another track and video off the release, the mesmerizing and icy Unconscious. There’s a dark, haunting eeriness to the lovely ballad that I’m extremely fond of.

OFFICIAL VID: Rebeka – Unconscious

January 8, 2014

Over half a year ago, I featured an indie synthpop duo from Poland named Rebeka. Their song Melancholia swept me away with its synthy, disco tinged beauty and its dreamy vocals. Since then, they’ve released a debut album back at home, titled Hellada. Check out another track and video off the release, the mesmerizing and icy Unconscious. There’s a dark, haunting eeriness to the lovely ballad that I’m extremely fond of.

OFFICIAL VID: Rebeka – Melancholia

May 17, 2013

All of a sudden, I seem to be stumbling into some Eastern European bands! I’m still stuck listening to Parks, Squares and Alleys on a daily basis since that great find earlier this week, and now, I’ve run into a Polish indie synthpop duo named Rebeka. Here’s their recent video for the glammy, disco tinged, synthy ballad Melancholia. They’re releasing a debut album titled Hellada in May over on the other side of the world.

I also checked out Rebeka’s Stars, below, which they released last year and showcases fine vocals and electric, classy disco sound again.