Tag Archives: Synth-Pop

Phoenix: Ti Amo Review – Sweetly Perfumed Synth-Pop with a Political Edge

With their deserved breakout finally coming after the success of 2009’s Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix and the album’s signature tack ‘1901’, Phoenix’s latest record, Ti Amo, comes as an Continue reading Phoenix: Ti Amo Review – Sweetly Perfumed Synth-Pop with a Political Edge

Future Islands: The Far Field Review – Reaffirming their Mastery of Synth-Pop

Samuel T Herring’s eccentric wheeze sounds wise beyond his 32 years and certainly rubs coarsely against the faraway futurism that Gerrit Welmers and William Cashion, the remaining two thirds of Continue reading Future Islands: The Far Field Review – Reaffirming their Mastery of Synth-Pop

Anna Of The North Release the Crisp ‘Oslo’

When the fragility of ‘Oslo’ is shattered by its brittle synths and thumping drums, you’d be forgiven for mistaking Nordic duo Anna Of The North for Continue reading Anna Of The North Release the Crisp ‘Oslo’