FEATURING NEW MUSIC FROM
I MET FAMOUS PEOPLE – LITANY – STRAY FOSSA
LOWER DENS – MICHI – ORACLE SISTERS
THEODOR BLACK FEAT. VZLINE – STEVE ZITA
LATER NADER – ANNA OF THE NORTH – PINES
Our New Electronic Pop Playlist begins with ‘That Will Save Me’, a lo-fi pop/soft rock specimen of beauty from Malmö artist I Met Famous People who is actually Lukas Thomasson who incidentally plays drums for some band called Hater. The gorgeous ‘Go Out’ is the new single by Leeds artist Beth Cornell aka Litany. The delicate chilled ‘For The Time ‘ is the new single from Charlottesville’s Stray Fossa and comes from a soon to be released but as yet unnamed EP. The scintillating atmospherics of ‘Galapagos’ forms the offbeat third single from Jana Hunter’s Lower Dens off their upcoming album The Competition out next week. And the yearning lounge pop of ‘Still Feel U’ is the debut track from the new project of Los Angeles artist Michelle Guerrero aka Michi.
The tropical pop of ‘Spotlight’ is the work of Parisian based trio Oracle Sisters. ‘Tangerines’ is the infectious jazz infused pop focused single from Theodor Black with aid from vzline. Toronto artist Stevie Zita gives us the first of two lo-fi numbers with the smooth semi funk of ‘Fantasma IV while Austin bedroom lo-fi popster Later Nader gifts us the second in the form of the slightly trippy ‘Isabella’. Norway’s Anna Of The North completes the new additions with her driving new single she released a couple of weeks back ‘Playing Games’ while Adelaide duo PINES gets the settled tracks underway with the heightened nocturnal pop of ‘1990’.
The remaining tracks come from Jenn Champion & Victor Le Masne, Ayelle, Green Linez, Blue Hawaii, Stella Emmett & Half Waif, Sandunes, Landslands, Joris Biesmans, Joyero, CHAMPS, COMA Kindness Foliage Samy Tyler Sorry Girls Shura MUNA & Sandy (Alex G).
Access the playlist here while all tracks removed from the new list of 30 can be found in our Tracks of 2019 Series: Electronic Pop here. There’s currently 595 tracks, featuring the best that independent electronic pop music has had ti offer thus far this year
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