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SUSANNE SUNDFØR – FADE AWAY

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Norwegian songstress Susanne Sundfør’s latest tune ‘Fade Away’ is an 80s-influenced pop song with distinctive, wild vocals at the core, carrying the pain of two lovers drifting apart.

The video, made by Swedish director Laerke Herthoni, is set in a smokey, unfamiliar dystopia, finding Susanne in a dream-like state surrounded by passing silhouettes. Additionally Sundfør has announced a highly anticipated London show at The Lexington 3rd March 2015.

This also follows swiftly on from the release of a remix EP last week, with ‘Fade Away’ being reworked by Big Black Delta, Bjorn Torske, Coucheron and Maps. Her forthcoming new album ‘Ten Love Songs’ released on 16th February 2015 through Sonnet Sound via Kobalt.

Sounds like: Vaults, Young Ejecta, OH Land, Kate Bush, Bat For Lashes, Maps, Young Summer
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The Naked and Famous – Show Review

The Naked And Famous

The Naked And Famous

Indietronica popped down to the Concorde 2 in Brighton to watch New Zealander’s The Naked And Famous, with support from Sons & Lovers.

Upon entering the venue, there was a intoxicating smell of sweets, which we soon realised was not fruit cider. It is safe to say that TNAF attract a young crowd, however this should not dissuade any potential, ‘older’ listeners from attending their shows. TNAF has a lot to offer all ages.

Proceedings were kicked off with the epic ‘I Kill Giants’. TNAF continued to play an eclectic mix of old and new tracks, including ‘A Stillness’, ‘Punching in a Dream’, ‘All of This’, ‘Waltz’, and ‘What We Want’.

Thom Powers and Alisa Xayalith presented real chemistry on stage and remained ever-humble, getting the crowd singing along to title track from their latest sophomore album, ‘In Rolling Waves’, and swaying to ‘Hearts Like Ours’.

Events were encored with the crowd’s favourite, ‘Young Blood’.

TNAF has expanded their critically acclaimed sophomore full-length, ‘In Rolling Waves’ with a special deluxe edition available on iTunes now via Fiction. The deluxe edition includes remixes by Sombear, Ducky, Big Black Delta, and MS MR. In addition, the band enlisted the talents of The Chain Gang of 1974, Space Above, and Strange Babes to cut covers of select songs, each act adding their own flair and fire to the music in the process.

A special shout out to Sons & Lovers who gave an excellent supporting performance.

Sounds Like; Fenech-Soler, Metric, Chvrches, Grouplove, The Jezabels, California Wives, Brotherun, Claire, Broods, The Chain Gang of 1974, Jimmy Eat World, BROODS

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Indietronica Playlist September 2013

The vids for our favourite Indietronica tunes from September 2013 can be watched below. Enjoy!

Tracklisting 

1. Roosevelt – ‘Elliot’
2. Holy Ghost! – ‘Okay’
3. Banks – ‘Waiting Game’
4. Foals – ‘Out of the Woods’
5. Goldroom – ‘Embrace’
6. Twin Shadow – ‘Old Love / New Love’
7. RAC – ‘Let Go ft. Kele and MNDR’
8. MØ – ‘XXX 88 ft. Diplo’
9. Arcade Fire – ‘Reflektor’
10. Big Black Delta – ‘Money Rain Down’
11. Phoenix – ‘Entertainment’ (A Take Away Show)
12. Banks – ‘This is What it Feels Like’
13. Jon Hopkins – ‘Breathe This Air feat. Purity Ring
14. Sky Ferreira – ‘You’re Not the One’
15. Laura Welsh – ‘Undiscovered’
16. Charli XCX  – Superlove
17. Indiana – ‘Mess Around’
18. Cut Copy – ‘Free Your Mind’
19. Jessy Lanza – ‘Keep Moving’
20. Blood Orange – ‘Chamakay’

Reading & Leeds Festival Our Guide – Indietronica Artists

So you’re heading to the festival which was born and raised a rock festival but which seems to be getting more and more indie and pop headliners? That’s OK, cause turns out that there’s some pretty cool synth-driven indie acts playing, both bigwigs and new artists. And if you’re into that kinda thing and aren’t too sure about who to watch, don’t worry! Here’s our guide as to all the indietronica artists playing over the weekend. Hot tips are starred (*) and listen to the whole playlist below.

Phoenix – Indietronica heavyweights and french electro-indie at its finest, their recent album ‘Bankrupt!’ has been played many times at the Indietronica office. ‘Trying to be Cool’ is not only an awesome song, but it has an awesome video to go with it. Watch it here.

MS MR* – This US duo make fun quirky pop and videos about dysfunctional American traditions to accompany it. Read our review of ‘Hurricane’ here.

Thumpers* – These London newbies make cool alt-pop indie and ‘Unkinder (A Tougher Love)’  is an absolute tune.

Foals – Oxford five-piece play one of the best live sets of any current artist, persistently selling out, so if you get a chance to go see them, do. They’ve just had an album out; ‘Holy Fire’

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