indie pop

E.g., 24 Oct 2017

Vesper

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Vesper is a black metal project hardly influenced by thrash metal and rock and roll, born in Rome, Italy, in the beginning of 2008. No cult, no paganism, no stress; only fucking drink and rock and roll attitude.
2) VESPER was created out of the musical merging of Saratoga Springs natives and singer / songwriters Aaron Lewis and Katie Cooper. In VESPER Lewis and Cooper seek to blend and augment both of their personal and distinct songwriting styles, as well as to explore new artistic ground by incorporating a variety of eclectic influences.

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Talkshow Boy

Talkshow Boy describes his music as "Hyperactive Glitch Pop", and you couldn't think of a better name for it. Listening to one of his albums is like watching a bunch of rats on speed eat their way through a wall of fairy floss, or riding on the back of a killer whale 2,000 feet below the surface. The only thing surpassing his recordings in sheer energy levels are his live performances, in which he walks about the entire venue interacting with the audience, when he's not rolling around on the floor or dancing like a madman.

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ASTR

ASTR is an electronic/alternative duo from New York City. Blending electronic music, cinematic themes and pop melodies, they have created a sound that balances the fine line between underground dance and indie cool. Described as “sexy, electronic yet eerie” their brand of “dark pop” has been compared to The Weeknd and Robyn.

ASTR on Last.fm.

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Maps

Three bands go by the name Maps: 1. One is from Northampton, UK. The music is made by James in his bedroom with Ben, Phil, Matt and Andy completing the line-up. Their debut album 'We Can Create' was released in April on Mute Records and their growing fanbase includes the likes of the Chemical Brothers. They were nominated for the well respected 2007 Mercury Music Prize album of the year, which with no doubt saw their profile rise dramatically.

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The Social Services

The Social Services are two thirds Glaswegian and one third Swedish, so that explains their combined love of nature and cholesterol. Their nomadic lifestyle and frustration with the world around them inspire them to write songs about war, death, consumerism, being an immigrant, storage solutions, potatoes and swimming. They rant without being shouty and they love it when everybody joins in on the sing-a-long choruses.

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Moats

Moats are a four-piece originally from Biggleswade, a little market town an hour or so drive north of London. Aged between 18/19, the members: Matt Duncan – Vocals, James Pyrah – Guitar, Will Elliot – Bass and Ol No – Drums prefer to keep to themselves and allow their music to speak for itself, but don’t worry; they’re not trying to do another WU LYF!

Moats on Last.fm.

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