synthpop Articles

Album Review: Mercurial World by Magdalena Bay

Album Review: Mercurial World by Magdalena Bay

Kevin reviews synthpop duo Magdalena Bay’s first full-length album, Mercurial World—a modern masterpiece that amalgamates well-known genre characteristics into one impressive, fun, and cohesive package.
Single Preview: TMI by Zkeletonz

Single Preview: TMI by Zkeletonz

The rising Zkeletonz trio new synth-filled single says: if he world’s coming to an end, we may as well get away from the noise and dance
Single Review: What You Haven’t Got by Heir

Single Review: What You Haven’t Got by Heir

Contributor Caolán Coleman reviews Heir’s latest 80s pop nugget ‘What You Haven’t Got’ as they continue to rise up in Leeds’ indie scene

Review: Jessy Lanza – Oh No

Never one to be ostentatious, Jessy Lanza’s subtle second album flirts with R&B and Chicago house on a brilliant pop album that leans towards the dancefloor

Interview: NZCA Lines

It took four years for the return of Michael Lovett’s sci-fi synthpop project NZCA Lines. He discusses JG Ballard, singing with a cold and music in 2086 with Jacob Bernard-Banton

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