Unabashedly catchy and polished electro-pop delivered by Philadelphian, W.C. Lindsay, will start your weekend moods off just right.
I love the full-throttle nature of just going after his own sound, especially in the gritty city of Philadelphia. Lindsay creates anthemic bangers yet can break it all down and translate his pop-ballads to beautiful acoustic arrangements. I’m really impressed by his latest quick EP release, Tree. It’s shows off two completely separate sides of his musical abilities.
Julie Budet (aka the front-woman of Yelle) is a French electro-pop artist that does more than demand your ear’s attention. Joined by producers GrandMarnier (Jean-Francois Perrier) and Tepr (Tanguy Destable), the group create effortless dance music that will get you moving in no time.
It may be the simple fact that Budet does not utter one word of English, or maybe it’s the infectious hooks, whatever it is I’ve been sold a long time ago and now it’s your turn. With no intentions of slowing down, Yelle has just released their latest album Safari Disco Club which is 13-tracks of pure motion.
Check out some of my favorite songs below and be sure to watch their newest music video for track, “Comme Un Enfant.”
The tents are looking miiiiighty nice for Coachella nice this year.
I can totally see aMetronomy set going on under an intricate light show and a dance party all around me.
This group doesn’t lay on the shallow surface of electronic music, you’ll find them more in the depths with heavy dance-pop influences and meaningful lyrical content. Catchy as hell, their latest release, The English Riviera, was at the top of many in the industry’s best albums of 2011. Being the third studio release, it seems the English group have finally found their sound.
I love this nu-disco dance-pop from Body Language but the remixes just bring it to another level. Extremely catchy, you won’t be stationary for long after listening to these reworks from Savoir Adore and RAC.