With their subtle mix of alternative psychedelic lo-fi and dreamy chillwave, Danish duo Slowes create evocative pop soundscapes with an electronic twist. Jack Kilburn (vocals) and Anders Hamann (drums) formed Slowes in 2015, under the name More, and have since released two singles: “I Need You” and “Sweet”.
With a string of live performances scheduled over the summer, as well as a couple more singles expected before the end of the year, the boys are keeping busy ahead of the release of their highly anticipated debut EP in early 2017.
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Danish trio WhoMadeWho have curated the new edition of Get Physical’s Body Language compilation. The 17th instalment in the series comes after WhoMadeWho made their debut on the German label with single “Ember” last year. Their contribution to Body Language is the brand new exclusive track “Hi & Low”.
WhoMadeWho have been shuffling genres ranging from electro to funk to dance music since 2005, first for Gomma, then Kompakt, before signing to Get Physical (drummer and producer Tomas Barfod also has an extensive solo discography, including singles “Busy Baby” and “Happy”). “Hi & Low” comes with remixes from M.A.N.D.Y, Emanuel Satie, Konstantin Sibold and Mineo.
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From their Copenhagen base, sultry pop trio Chinah are slowly building a strong fan base with their impeccably produced pop gems that effortlessly combine subtle electronic beats, smooth vocals and mesmerising melodies. With their new single “Colder” singer Fine Glindvad, guitarist Simon Kjær and keyboardist Simon Andersson connect the dots between synth pop and minimalist R&B.
Their debut EP Once The Lights Are On, which was released on March 11th, features previous singles “Away From Me” and “Minds” as well as a few new tunes. Oscillating between melancholic lyrics, bright melodies, warm vocals and icy synth lines, Chinah create music that is original and unique but easily relatable and instantly catchy. The band explains: “Catchiness is no longer a bad word for us, we want to challenge people within the boundaries of pop.”
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Copenhagen-based DJ/producer Tomas Barfod has shared another taste of his recently released Glory EP. On “Fill Me,” he joins forces with Danish songstress Fine for a gorgeous, moody piece of electronica that focuses on atmosphere rather than pure beats.
Featuring guest appearances by Kill J and Nina K (already featured on last year’s singles “Pulsing” and “Busy Baby”), the Glory EP marks Barfod’s return to forward-looking L.A. label Friends of Friends and it is available worldwide since November 13th.
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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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