Posts Tagged ‘Urban Cone’

July 12, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.07.2017 – 07.11.2017

Featured Music (excluding tracks not available on Soundcloud) – July 7 – 11, 2017

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July 11, 2017

I’m still super hooked on Urban Cone’s last single Old School, and it’s been out for almost half a year. But you can be certain I’m absolutely stoked that the Swedish outfit has dropped a brand new jam of a tune named Pumping Up Clouds. That’s right… clouds aren’t the only ones pumped up, here. As we’ve come to expect from Urban Cone, Pumping Up Clouds is a summery exuberant, peppy bopping treat. It’s as radiant and lifting as they come, an ebullient indie/electro pop gem that I’ll for be hopping around to for the rest of the year, if not forever. Pumping Up Clouds is available from all digital retailers, here.

January 30, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 01.27.2017 – 01.29.2017

Featured music – January 27-29, 2017

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January 28, 2017

I was wondering when Stockholm’s Urban Cone was going to drop some new material. The fact that the band will be hitting the road for some tour gigs in February keyed me in to the fact that there had to be something fresh on the horizon. Sure enough, the Swedish indie pop outfit have unveiled a synthy bopping confection named Old School. Funk, pop, and a bit of R&B smoothness dally about on this rosy whirling confection. Urban Cone calls out the lack of romance among young people today with their new song, reflecting on the pervasiveness of dating apps and quick hook ups. Urban Cone will be playing Popscene on February 3rd with MUNA, a surely epic evening in the making. 

May 31, 2015

I absolutely adore Swedish indie pop band Urban Cone’s Come Back To Me, which feature Tove Lo, but I must say, this cover by Swedish singer songwriter and producer Lucas Nord is spectacular. He turns down on the original’s spirited tempo with approach on the song which retains the original’s enchanting quality but gives it a huge dosage of smooth soulfulness and a swooning abundance of Nord’s sensual R&B crooning. 

May 26, 2015

Just the other day, I received Swedish indie pop band Urban Cone’s sophomore album Polaroid Memories, and it’s been in strong, loud rotation since, with its endless catchy songs, many of which were featured here on IHM over the past couple years. One of my favorite songs off the album is Come Back To Me, the enchanting pop gem that features fellow Swede and now huge pop star Tove Lo. The two acts make the most bright and heart warming pairing on the saccharine, fluttery electronic pop song drenched in Urban Cone’s nostalgia laden vibes. Urban Cone released a music video for the song a few days ago. Stream below.

April 25, 2015

I seem to love everything that Austraian producer filous puts forth, so I was immeasurably elated when I saw that his latest remix is an edit of Swedish act Urban Cone’s Come Back To Me, which features fellow Swede star Tove Lo. That’s right, filous, Urban Cone, and Tove Lo, all wrapped up in one! The official remix showcases howfilous’ chill melodic house style fits sublimely with Urban Cone’s enchanting synthpop music. Drift away to the remix’s acoustic imbued weightlessness.

LYRIC VID: Urban Cone – Come Back To Me ft. Tove Lo

March 6, 2015

I’ve been waiting a couple days for a soundcloud stream for this one, and since there’s only a clip on Urban Cone’s account, I can’t wait any longer. In a super union of Swedish pop talent, electropop band Urban Cone has enlisted the husky vocals of Tove Lo for a new tune. Come Back To Me is a fabulous blend of Urban Cone’s charming, enchanting sound and Tove Lo’s beautiful voice. Stream the playful song’s lyric video, above. Come Back To Me will be on Urban Cone’s new album Polaroid Memories, out May 12th on Astralwerks. 

February 19, 2015

Urban Cone’s Emil Hero certainly turned in some amazing and indelible guest stints on some of last year’s biggest electronic hits, including Porter Robinson’s Lionhearted and Tobtok’s Higher. Since then, he’s focused back on his Swedish electronic pop band. They already dropped the irresistible Sadness Disease, now listen to new song Robot Love. It’s yet another flawless indie pop anthem with a very lustrous but bittersweet sound. Urban Cone’s new album Polaroid Memories will be out May 12th on Astralwerks, and I’m much looking forward to it. 

December 9, 2014

I’ve been on the hunt for a Soundcloud stream of this one for what feels like ages. I love Swedish indie pop band Urban Cone’s Sadness Disease, an insanely catchy song that I was sure would blow the band up after they’ve stayed under the radar for so long. Emil Hero’s now signature vocals (reference Porter Robinson’s Lionhearted, or Tobtok’s Higher) suddenly take on a rather Empire Of The Sun like quality on this remix of Sadness Disease by Madeaux. The saccharine, smooth indie original gets drenched in the crisp, thumping, techy flavors of future house on the intoxicating edit. I’m finding it impossible not to dance.