Tag: Dance
image for Electronic Duo Grows Into North America's First Touring Dance Party. - Dance Yourself Clean x Olso: On Hold
Posted by Krister Axel
If this music doesn't make you move, you're either dead or doing it wrong.
image for Boys Noize’s Fifth Studio Album +/- (Pronounced Polarity) Is out Now
Posted by Krister Axel
Offers a glimpse of the high-speed evolution of Berlin's simmering electronic music scene into a futuristic cross-genre exploration with worldwide appeal.
image for Exhilarating Alt Pop from Los Angeles. - Watch the Video for Prinze George: Purple Sunset
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the enduring and invaluable role that nature can play in making us whole again.
image for Bouncy Electronic Pop from Dublin. - Fí: Over You
Posted by Krister Axel
An enticing mixture of electronic pop vibes with intimate lyrics and a gorgeous vocal presence signifies a new path forward for Fí's visionary artistic sensibility.
image for Rising UK Pop Star Drops New Single. - Alfie Templeman: Everybody's Gonna Love Somebody
Posted by Krister Axel
This bouncy anthem to carefree existence is a preview from next month's mini-album release, "Forever Isn’t Long Enough."
image for NYC Artist Mixes Pop with Sexy Beats. - Keeana Kee: Ride with Me
Posted by Krister Axel
Builds on the intersection between afrobeat, jazz fusion, and dance-inspired pop styles that have defined earlier releases from this rising star.
image for 80s Disco Pop Revival Fused with Deep House. - Harry Nathan: Last Call
Posted by Krister Axel
A voice and melody that makes widespread use of digital effects and autotune, fused with a throwback, slow disco sensibility.
image for Aggressive Electronic Pop with Hints of Deep House. - Pawl x Discrete x Ebenezer: 5 AM
Posted by Krister Axel
A groove-heavy party anthem that can be heard as both a celebration of late-night debauchery, and a condemnation of it.
image for EDM Banger from Norway Matches 90s Nostalgia with Fresh Pop Vibes. - Wiese: Somebody Else
Posted by Krister Axel
A vibrant and fresh statement about not letting go of the nostalgic pop landscape that brought us Blink 182, Sade, Alanis Morissette, and Mötley Crüe.