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TEC’s 25 SVENSKE SYNTH SONGS

Like Germany and the UK, Sweden has an established history in electronic music. So what’s so special about Sweden then? Listed chronologically from its UK perspective with a restriction of one song per moniker, here are The Electricity Club’s 25 SVENSKE SYNTH SONGS… More Inside ›

Introducing VANBOT

The work of Ester Ideskog, this supreme slice of glacial elegance was written while Ideskog was travelling on the Trans-Siberian railway. It was part of an adventurous 17 day journey from Moscow to Beijing with her collaborators Berglund and Petter Winnberg to compose a new full-length work. More Inside ›

Introducing THE HEARING

the-hearing1Over at The Finland Station, Helsinki-based musician Ringa Manner has been making crystalline sine waves with her project THE HEARING. Now signed to Solina Records, home of SIN COS TAN, ‘Backwards’ from the new album ‘Adrian’ is a great bleep forward. Romantic and dreamy, yet harmonically tense in the way that makes Nordic electronic pop so intriguing. More Inside ›

IAMAMIWHOAMI Blue

iamamiwhoami;_BLUEFirst launched via a set of mysterious viral videos, IAMAMIWHOAMI helmed by vocalist Jonna Lee and producer Claes Björklund premiered a delightfully odd BJÖRK-like cinematic sound that was enjoyed by the electronic music cognoscenti. Following their first full length album ‘Kin’, IAMAMIWHOAMI have now birthed ‘Blue’, a natural progression rather than a volte-face. More Inside ›

IAMAMIWHOAMI Fountain + Hunting For Pearls

iamamiwhoami2014IAMAMIWHOAMI, the electronic multimedia project fronted by Jonna Lee and produced by Claes Björklund are back. Using a ‘Generate’ crowdfunding system “for creative purpose only”, the duo have continued where they left off. The first song previewed in January was ‘Fountain’, a moody epic of glacial Nordic weirdness with hints of COCTEAU TWINS, and THE KNIFE when they were listenable. Meanwhile as February’s offering, ‘Hunting For Pearls’ ups the tempo with pulsing sequences and trancey atmospheres. More Inside ›

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