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Posts Tagged ‘Synth-Pop’

An interview with Japanese singer Cuushe about the making of Girl / You Know That I am Here / But the Dream

Three years after the release of her captivating debut album Red Rocket Telepathy, contemporary Japanese dream-pop singer Cuushe is back with a new EP of bewitching remixes...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Cuushe by Sam Parr
Cuushe by Sam Parr.

Japanese singer Cuushe releases an extended EP, Girl / You Know That I am Here / But the Dream, featuring remixes of her dreamy vocals set against psychedelic ambient sounds. These are the chillwave tunes that should be soundtracking a hazy summertime. Now all we need is the sun…

Cuushe
What inspires your dream pop?
I think my musician friends and things that I'm moved by emotionally, inspire me.

Cuushe album cover
What kind of music did you grow up listening to and falling in love with?
I have an older brother (by 7 years), so I listened to a lot of what he played when I was little, which was 80's Japanese pop songs. My mum wanted me to play piano songs from 60’s & 70's movie soundtracks as if… read more

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Brainlove Festival 2012: Live Review

Ace alternative festival (with a free barbecue) celebrated five years at the Windmill, Brixton on Saturday 26th May 2012.

Written by Richard Pearmain

Brainlove by Ed J Brown What a day for a birthday! After what seemed like an interminably wet few weeks, the weather was cooking nicely for a trip to Brixton […]

Ladytron at the HMV Forum: Live Review

Ahead of the release of their fifth studio album, the standard bearers of dark electronic pop return to London as part of a short UK tour on Wednesday 8th June 2011.

Written by Richard Pearmain

Ladytron by Claire Kearns. Has it really been this long? This long since I first caught the subtly seductive beats of Playgirl on Radio 1’s Evening Session? Hearing Helen Marnie’s […]

Team Ghost – You Never Did Anything Wrong To Me – Album Review

New EP from former M83 man, a bracing mix of shoegaze, electronica, krautrock and synth-pop

Written by Ian Steadman

For those of you unfamiliar with the loud, scattershot-shoegazing electronic noise group M83, then perhaps it might make sense to take a quick break here and catch up. Anything will […]