indie-electro

New Sydney duo Ever So will have you dancing around in euphoria to their debut indie electronic song Not Over You. Shea & Oscar seem to combine the sleek smoothness of Clean Bandit or RÜFÜS / RÜFÜS DU SOL with the bumping groove of Oliver Heldens, Tchami, and ZHU. Not Over You is an exhilarating, popping song… a surefire bonafide jam. It’s a crazy good first offering from a duo whose name we’ll hearing a lot more.

Springy, crisp synths and enchanting vocals come together to make the perfect electropop debut on Swedish newcomers Last Night On Earth’s Leaving Cities. LNOE released the tune during this past spring, but this month sees the release of a music video for the sprightly tune. Leaving Cities is a stellar first taste from the duo’s yet to be announced debut EP. They remind me of a lusher, more flushed Aurora, as if mixed with some Tove Lo, on the beautiful gem. Leaving Cities is available now on Spotify.

For a weightlessly buoyant and lustrous remix, we turn to the combined efforts of Vancouver duo WMNSTUDIES and their Dirty Radio / Blondtron buddy WASPY, who previously teamed up on a song named Life Musik already. Together, they’ve crafted an intoxicating indie dance edit of Canadian electronic duo HUMANS’ Tell Me. It’s a grooving, funky remix with a touch of Caribou like exotic allure. The remix is part of a remix package for Humans’ debut album, Noontide, out earlier this year. Check out the rest of the Noontide remixes, here.

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