Tag: Radio
image for Israel's Electronic Power Duo. - Introducing Lola Marsh: Shot Shot Cherry
Posted by Krister Axel
A mix of electronic pop flourish and synthesizers combined with orchestral melodies that hint at throwback greats like Donna Summer and Sister Sledge.
image for Psychedelic Electronic Dance Pop from Melbourne. - Fonteray: Green Viridian
Posted by Krister Axel
This dance friendly track is a no-brainer for any playlist that combines evocative soundscapes with a touch of the unexpected.
image for Insomniac Records Presents. - Westend x Eluera x Role-Models: Moderation (At Night)
Posted by Krister Axel
Immediately engages the listener with a driving bass line, big hooks, and dynamic, mesmerizing drops.
image for Queer Artist from Los Angeles Collaborates with Nigerian Dance Group Elixirdots. - Tony Pops: Anything You Want Tonight
Posted by Krister Axel
Offers escape into a colorful world of aspirational fantasy where scarcity does not exist and we are all able to be our best selves.
image for Big Dance Pop Vibes from Romania. - Listen to Alex Parker x Bastien: All This Love
Posted by Krister Axel
Bastien's instantly-recognizable contribution as lead vocalist make this a smooth vibe perfect for fans of the intersection between electronic beats, international pop, and positive thinking.
image for Australian Electro Dance-Pop Powerhouse Confidence Man Returns. - Music Video: Feels Like A Different Thing
Posted by Krister Axel
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.