“Electricity,” the pioneering debut single from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, is one of my favorite synth pop records.
One of my top 10 songs of 2014, “In Love,” is by the short-lived Berlin-based boy-girl duo Iberia.
I often listen to Belle and Sebastian when it snows because their music has a feel-good-vibe that fits perfectly with lazy winter days.
Pontchartrain turns in a respectable edit of this great Bee Gees tune, “Inside & Out.” He takes out the cheese and leaves in all the good stuff.
Jamiroquai’s 90’s era “Virtural Insanity” has been updated with a really cool remix by The Noise Freaks. They took a kind of future funk direction which sounds super funky.
Petit Noir’s “Chess”—from the forthcoming five-song EP entitled The King of Anxiety—is a self-described “noirwave” track about a break up.
This song, from The Go-Betweens’ 1988 record 16 Lovers Lane is called “Streets of Your Town”, one of the many gems in this fantastic album.
Museum of Love is a New York band featuring former LCD Soundsystem drummer Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany. Their sound is described as Indie Dance/Nu Disco/Punk Funk, and this featured song is their second single, Monotronic
“Snow in Newark” is a minor key ode to loneliness from Canadian-based future bass producer Ryan Hemsworth from his third full length, Alone For The First Time, the first on his own imprint, Secret Songs.
Canny, Celina and Lucy were Golden. They covered Pulp.