Время и Стекло (Vremya i Steklo or Time and Glass in English) is a Ukrainian duo created in 2010 by Aleksey Zavgorodniy (aka Pozitiv) and Nadya Dorofeeva, and produced by Aleksey Potapenko. Their blend of modern dance pop was well received by critics in their native Ukraine and the duo released their debut album in late 2014. Their new single “Имя 505” surfaced in the first half of 2015 and quickly gained traction online.
Время и Стекло - Имя 505
To promote the new song, Vremya i Steklo shot a surreal music video that instantly went viral and got them a lot of media attention. It has been watched over 36 million times on YouTube to date.
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Over the past couple of years, Australian outfit Panama have won many hearts with their trademark electronic power ballads (“Always”, “Stay Forever”) and 2015 saw them release new single “Jungle”, a slow-burn 80s tinged pop jam featuring epic synths.
The Jungle EP includes an exciting remix package featuring Motez, LUKA, Octo Octa, GXNXVS and, last but not least, Brooklyn-based producer Chrome Sparks. Listen below!
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Sydney label Future Classic recently announced their latest signing, Midnight to Monaco, a duo consiting of Canadian singer Ricky Ducati & Australian producer Donnie Sloan. They premiered their debut single “Suicide” in August and it has since received almost 300K plays on SoundCloud and accolades from major music blogs.
The song has all the makings of a great sing-along pop tune, fusing multi-layered vocals with a funky bass line and steady marching beat. Want more? Stream below to see how LA-based DJ/producer Jerome LOL and newcomer Wheathin flip the original.
Midnight To Monaco - Suicide (Wheathin Remix)
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Danish electropop sensation Fallulah is breaking new ground with “Social Club”, her newest single sprinkled with snappy hand claps and powered by a catchy-as-hell chorus. Having entranced the Danish music scene with her first two albums The Black Cat Neighbourhood (2010) and Escapism (2013), Fallulah remains one of the most underrated Scandinavian artists outside her native Denmark.
With “Social Club”, which was written in one go sitting in her friend’s kitchen in LA, she delivers the kind of infectious track that will blow your recommended daily intake of punchy pure pop goodness. Produced with the help of Liam Howe (Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding, FKA Twigs) and recorded in London, this is the first taste of Fallulah’s upcoming third studio album, set to drop in early 2016.
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Born in Djura (population 400) in the dark woods of Sweden, Karin Park was first a pop star in Norway with her 2004 debut Superworldunknown, before she started collaborating with Datarock’s Fredrik Saroea on her following album Ashes To Gold, and with UK-based Barry Barnett on 2013’s Highwire Poetry.
Her new album, Apocalypse Pop, was released on 2nd March 2015 and definitely marks another chapter in her career of sonic experimentalism, taking things into an even darker soundscape.
Often compared to The Knife or Robyn, Park is an artist and singer famed for her riveting live sets which always leave audiences across the globe yearning for more. Effortlessly combining electronica, industrial and synthpop with her unique voice, Karin Park has been getting some well-deserved attention in recent months and shouldn’t remain Scandinavian pop’s best kept secret much longer.
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