Five Knives: powerhouse electro-pop band from Nashville

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By Chad Little in New Music on Wednesday 21 March 2012

Five Knives are a fresh, Nashville-based powerhouse of an electro-rock band, well on its way to tearing shit up. This track also features local Hip Hop phenom, Chancellor Warhol. Five Knives has a string of three fiery EP releases available on their website for free download. Don’t be the only fool who doesn’t know what’s […]

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Love You Right: new music from electro-pop duo Cherub

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By Chad Little in New Music on Friday 2 March 2012

Edgy, sexually invasive, and catchy as hell. Haunting hooks coupled with clean guitar licks and slathered with refreshing electronic noise. This hard hitting electro-pop duo from Nashville is making a bold statement with their new album, Mom and Dad. These boys have been snagging dates with some of the foremost electronic acts from around the […]

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Phantogram’s When I’m Small

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By Zolton in New Music on Friday 7 May 2010

I love the glitchy electro-pop of Saratoga band Phantogram, whose album Eyelid Movies is out now on Ghostly. Josh Carter, one half of the duo, says: ‘Daydreams, the spots you see moving around when your eyes are closed tight, and the shapes you see in the world, those are the kinds of things we want […]

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Hexes and Ohs’ Secret Playlist

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Friday 9 April 2010

The story of this electro-pop duo begins with a pair of high school sweethearts and arrives now at their debut release, Goodbye Friend, Welcome Lover, which reached number two on the Canadian campus radio charts. We got the inside word from them on the music that inspires them. They started with the Delorean song, Grow […]

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Hafdis Huld’s Secret Playlist

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Thursday 9 July 2009

Icelandic singer-songwriter Hafdis Huld was formerly the frontwoman of electro-pop collective Gus Gus, before featuring as a vocalist on Tricky’s 2008 album Knowle West Boy, and, more recently, launching a solo career. We checked in with her and asked her to tell us about the eight songs that are getting most traction on her iPod […]

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School of Seven Bells play New York’s Mercury Lounge

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By Zolton in New Events on Saturday 13 December 2008

Fresh off tour with M83, Brooklyn’s School of Seven Bells have a handful of live sessions popping up online from KCRW, KEXP and Limewire. If you live in New York, the group are playing next Monday, December 15, at Mercury Lounge. You can download their single, Half Asleep, from our Music Download section.

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School of Seven Bells interview

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By Zolton in New Music on Friday 5 December 2008

With their dynamic and exciting electro-pop sound, Brooklyn group School of Seven Bells are just about the hottest thing out of the borough this year since fluoro coloured hair combs made their omnipresent comeback.

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