Telépopmusik is a french electronic trio who has managed to conquer the house music scene. They´ve relased 2 albums and 2 EPs, I believe their first album (Genetic World) is outstanding and is definitely my favorite one. This album sounds to me almost as electronic nature, the elements Telépopmusik use are organic, elegant and unexpected just as nature itself, the perfectly timed beats almost sound like raindrops. Some songs such as “Love Can Damage Your Heart” have classical music in the background accompanying hardcore electronica, this fusion turns out to be addictive.
Recommended songs: “Breathe”, “Love Can Damage Your Heart” and “Close”
Låpsley is a project based in Liverpool, there´s not much info about her but i can say this: I LOVE HER. Her music is super detailed, nostalgic and definitely hypnotic. The magic dark yet sweet electro she works with has captivated me, every song surprises me with new elements and beats.
I found a interview which give us a better insight of who Låpsley is:
Phantogram is an american duo (Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel ) formed in 2007. Their music is a fusion of electronica, rock, trip-hop and shoegaze, their songs are fun, danceable and mostly upbeat.They have two studio albums, one which they released this year: Voices. The duo met in high school and their chemistry is clear in the precision and congruence of their music.
Phantogram is perfect to start the weekend: perfect to dance to, make out to, and drink to.
Dan Croll is a british singer-songwriter who released his debut album on march of 2014. His music merges folk and electronica in a fresh way that makes it friendly to your shoes in order to dance to. He´s the perfect combination of two distant (we thought) genres, he is the border line. His music has an organic feel despite the electronic elements because of the outstanding accuracy he has. He fusions instruments and synth elements in the exact moment that the song naturally needs it.
My favorite one: Maway
Dillon is a young exotic talented woman. She is Brazilian but grew up to be a pianist and singer in Germany and her music is just as exotic and surprising as her culture combination. She has released two albums, the first one in 2011 (This Silence Kills) and the second one in march 2014 (The Unknown) , both amazing.
Her voice has a very particular sound that im addicted to. Despite the complex lyrics and fusion of classical piano with electronic and house, her music results soothing to me but mainly just interesting. I could listen to her songs a thousand times and still not fully figure them out, there are many phases to each of them, jumping from melancholy to majestic hopeful sounds.
Hopefully you will enjoy and find her as interesting as i do.