discoholic
It is always delightful to discover young musicians chasing an older sound. Today’s feature comes from Discoholic, an 18 year old music producer and student at the University of Maryland. His original track “Too Close For Comfort” (ft. Michael Littrell) is a straight disco throwback, bringing back the groovy acoustic elements of Chic or Duran Duran. This record features a warm electric baseline paired with smooth synth chords to create

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One of DC’s busiest DJs, Eau Claire, gets remixed by London-based duo Loframes in today’s feature. The young Londoners debuted in 2015 and have since released an impressive number of club-ready tracks. Loframes’ rendition of Eau Claire’s “All the Wonder” is a bouncy synth-pop beat dominated by a biting bass line that is sure to resonate on the dance floor. With its crafty percussion and creative synth play, this remix reveals

'Starlite'
“Starlite” is one of the latest tracks from the Montreal-based disco synth pop band, Le Couleur. This song is irresistible and gets the party started right with a blend of French lyricism and groovy sounds. “Starlite” is on Le Couleur’s newest album, P.O.P, which was released on October 28 via Lux Lisbon Records and is available for order. Their music is recommended for fans of AIR, Sebastien Tellier, and Metronomy. With this new album, Le Couleur embraces the creation of a

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For better or worse, synthwave music catapulted into the pop culture limelight in 2016 thanks to the Netflix original series, Stranger Things. It’s safe to assert that artists such as Com Truise, Anoraak, and others are established staples in the electronic music scene that are crossing the threshold into massively popular electronic music. In light of this phenomenon, my guilty pleasure is listening to a newcomer on the synthwave scene known as Mono

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This past week, following impassioned speeches from staff and local residents on its behalf, London’s legendary club Fabric had its license revoked by the local Islington Council. Bewilderment in the judgment gave way to an outpouring of sympathy and shared memories on social media. As an American, my personal relationship to Fabric is through their mix CD series which launched late in 2001 and has issued a staggering 177 discs