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Category Archives: electropop

An Exclusive Interview with Andrew Shapiro

Back in June, Brooklyn-based piano composer Andrew Shapiro released his third piano album, appropriately entitled Piano 3. (Perhaps you are one of the six million people who streamed his song “Mint Green” – from his 2008 debut, Numbers, Colors and People – on Pandora?) That he was releasing another piano album was hardly...
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#songoftheday = FEMM – “Neon Twilight”


FEMM stands for Far East Mention Mannequins and they're one of the most sensational J-Pop acts to debut during the past few years. Here we have their brand new single, "Neon Twilight," which is actually in English, so if you're one of our readers who can't stand...
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An Exclusive Interview with Nathassia

interview by Michael McCarthy If you’re looking for something different, some truly unique, mind-blowing electro-pop, then you’ve come to the right place. Nathassia is currently based out of London where she is very informed by its music scene. The songs on her just released debut album, Light of the World, run the gamut...
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#songoftheday = DANELLE: NUMB


I love it when I randomly come across a wonderful song. I just stumbled upon Danelle's "Numb" when it came on after something else I was listening to on Soundcloud. It's a perfect electro-pop ballad if ever there was one. Oddly enough, it even has...
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#songoftheday = CASSIUS: “IBIFORNIA”


"Ibifornia" is the title track from Cassius' first album in ten years, which will be released on June 24th; Ibifornia is an imaginary utopia that they have created on the album with lush, tropical melodies. A place "where the sun rises high and the horses run free,"...
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An Exclusive Interview with Olga Bell

by Michael McCarthy Olga Bell was born in Moscow and lived there until she was seven and her family moved to Alaska, but she was still a teenager when she left Alaska to pursue a career as a pianist, having played since she was a young girl, at the New England Conservatory in...
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#songoftheday = KERLI: BLOSSOM


Have I mentioned how happy I am that Kerli is making electro-pop again? Her dance music was great, sure, but her lyrics and voice fit electronic soundscapes better than club beats. At least that's my opinion. ...
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