Posts Tagged ‘Electro’

Eves The Behavior complimenting this imagery with her own tension-fuelled crescendo.

Electrical the video…
theres a certain amount of excitement that goes into releasing a track, but sometimes revealing the visuals to it is even better.
I’ve been developing my realm quite heavily through characters (and I guess thats why I have “behavior” in my name). so you’ll see a return in this video, of two characters, and how they interact with mine. I will let it unfold to you however you want.

The video, the work of Sydney based director Josh Logue, is a continuation of Eves’ previous clip “TV” and part of trilogy series to be released in the lead-up to the songstresses’ debut EP. While Logue describes the scene as “part surrealist dream, part reworking of Romeo and Juliet”, he adds that the aim was primarily to create “simple yet memorising imagery”. Visual aids that weave neatly with Eves own powerfully indelicate quips, her pleas of “don’t let me leave” and “I’m nothing more that skin and bones” only momentarily snapped from their fairytale theatrics by unexpected localisation: “I found you in Sydney”.

Eves The Behavior’s debut EP is due out later this year via Dew Process.


Even though The Knife seem to be the current face of oddball Swedish electronica, the scene is thriving with plenty of other talented groups like Det lilla extra. Based out of Umeå, Sweden, their grasp of dark and deeply affecting soundscapes knows no bounds. Each of their tracks released this year has a unique feel and instrumental/sample arsenal. The hypnotic “Himlen är nära” has the foreboding synth-pad backing of a Knife track, but with an infectious spoken beat-box sample that coincides beautifully with trickling guitar arpeggios and tropical percussion. The bass line’s subtle melodic shifts also have the capacity to stun listeners. “Andra sidan” begins in more repeating house territory and features a swelling sample-led sound, which descends beautifully in key just before the one-minute mark. Ominous vocal samples and interweaving synth pads traverse this track’s intoxicating hallways, capped off by a very infectious second half with higher-pitched, prickly synths leading the way. Det lilla extra is one of the most impressive electronic groups I’ve heard ; they have an all-around stunning collection of hypnotic atmospheres, charismatic songwriting, and sleek production.

LAPSLEY – ” Falling Short “

Posted: November 3, 2014 in MUSIC
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Lapsley has revealed a new track from her forthcoming EP, titled ‘Falling Short’, listen below.

New track from Lapsley, the subdued track is the latest piece of material to surface from the much-hyped 18 year old, who has been amassing acclaim over the last few months with her resonant sounds of electronically grounded pop.

Taking things into more spacious territories, ‘Falling Short” is delightfully sparse simple keys with a steading beat, putting the focus on Holly Fletcher’s breathtaking vocals whilst maintaining the luxurious production that has dominated her work to date, showing a new side to her already signature sound.A pleasant change up in style, this track no doubt continues to justify the buzz that is building around her.

loving this song as its a little different and interesting sound and tone, The Slow Readers Club are a Manchester based Insie/Electro band with catchy upbeat indie to downbeat ballads with a cinematic quality to the sound their debut album was released in May 2014

amazing video for the track “They Don’t Know” from her project band WHITE SEA ,Led by Morgan Kilbby a member of the French based electronica band M83 the new album is entitled “In Cold Blood”