Temple Invisible is a Romanian trio who recently released their first US single, “Everything from Above.” Check it out below.
Canada’s Purity Ring has announced their new album, Another Eternity, due out this March. The news also brings the track, “Begin Again,” which can be streamed above.
Naturebliss has released the new album from Swedish Duo Ecovillage. Stream a few tracks from One Step Above below.
Slow Magic’s debut EP, ▲, has been one of the most refreshing experiences in electronic music in the past few years. Can his debut album, How to Run Away, similarly impress?
One half of Piano Interrupted, Franz Kirmann’s Meridians is noticeably low on piano. How much damage can he do by his lonesome?
France’s Hugo Kant is releasing his new album, The Point of No Return, on June 9th. Check it out below and head over to Bandcamp to snag the vinyl.
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Those who simply took Shield Patterns at face value after listening to the breakout single “Dust Hung Heavy” likely thought debut album Contour Lines was going to follow in the steps of CHVRCHES, Phantogram, Purity Ring, et al with a dose of catchy electro pop. Did we forget that Richard Knox was involved?
Not to be confused with Watter, Macajey’s Water EP is a refreshing blast of downtempo electronica. “Movin’ On” is proving to be quite addicting. Give it a try below.
Iain Foxwell, aka Holobeam, has put together a release of what he considers his best tracks from the last few years. The resulting High Sugar Collection is a great sample of his laid back mix of downtempo electronica. Check it out below.