Posts Tagged ‘selahphonic’

March 5, 2017
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 03.01.2017 – 03.05.2017

Featured music – March 1-5, 2017

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March 3, 2017
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There sure are some great new tunes coming out of Australia today. You’ll want to tack on this one to your growing list of fresh jams to obsess over, too. Indie poppers Selahphonic regale us with bubbly effulgence on new single Had Our Heaven, a taste from their just announced debut EP. Passion Pit, Urban Cone, and Smallpools combine on the lustrous skipping, big hooking synthpop anthem. Had Our Heaven will be released worldwide via Spotify, Apple Music, ITunes, and all other digital retailers tomorrow, March 3rd. We’ll be on the lookout for more news about Selahphonic’s first EP!

September 6, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.02.2016 – 09.04.2016 

Featured music – September 2-4, 2016

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September 2, 2016
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Ghosts of 1999 was my first introduction to Australian indie pop band Selahphonic, and it was a memorable one, too, full of dashing magnetism and bubbly vitality. So how does this rising band follow up on that gem from earlier this year? By dropping another dapper gliding, synth radiant treat, of course! Easy enfolds us into more of the band’s The Wombats, Passion Pit, and Phoenix harkening combination of light airy, electrifying endearing alt and synth pop. The band explains that the song is about acknowledging that life is full of hardships and obstacles. “It’s easy to give up, but to overcome and face these challenges is what displays and builds true character.” Hear, hear.  A video will be unveiled soon for Selahphonic’s Easy. 

May 5, 2016

I know IHM posts a ton of music, so I forgive you if you happened to miss this jam the first time around, but I truly hope you catch Ghosts of 1999 this second time around, now that Selahphonic has released a music video for the song. The Australian band drenches us in plenty of sunshine vibrancy on the synthy pop song, its bubbly vitality and dashing hooks much like a cross between The Wombats and Passion Pit. Ghosts of 1999 was recorded right here in California with producer Mac Montgomery of FMLYBND, who slings along a rich dose of that fantastic act’s spirited energy alongside him. Ghosts of 1999′s video was filmed in various locations on the Sunshine Coast of Australia during the month of March. Ghosts of 1999 is Selahphonic’s first release this year, and it’s a generous free download over at their website.

April 8, 2016
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1999 doesn’t feel that long ago, and I’m not sure I have any ghosts haunting me from that year, but if so, these ghosts are apparently much lively and sprightly, if Australian band Selahphonic have any say in the matter. The indie quartet go bright and catchy on their synthy song, Ghosts Of 1999, luring us in with colorful power pop whose dashing magnetism is much reminiscent of The Wombats with some of Passion Pit’s bubbly vitality. Ghosts of 1999 was recorded right here in California with producer Mac Montgomery of FMLYBND. Selahphonic will be revealing a music video for the song in the coming weeks. The single, which is the band’s first release this year, is a free download from Selahphonic’s website.