GarmonboziaMusic • CD
Synth Pop / Electro Pop
25/08/2015, Didier BECU
Anyone out there who wants to hear some synth pop, or if you prefer the silly term future pop or even even better electro pop? Joking aside, describe the music of John Lindqwister and Richard Flow in anyway you want and at the end of the day you will come to that holy word named pop!
Things are going very fast for this Swedish duo, a year after Xenoglossy, they’re here with another album, released on AnalogueTrash Records.
Garmonbozia has ten tracks and they all have the same common ingredients: melancholy and danceability. The ten songs surely have an 80's touch, but it’s a contemporary sound though. Just click on the clip below and you know what we’re talking about. Simple, but effective!
Synth pop like Erasure or if you prefer more obscure names, say De Vision. The band that started as a try out for doing a cover (Heroes by Bowie) has developed into something much bigger. You heard it before? You did, but you also have heard those many bands that copy The Beatles before, haven't you?
RAYLAND BAXTER • Imaginary Man
PHILLIP NOYCE • Sliver
MARTIN BOWES (ATTRITION) • Ten Albums That Changed My Life
PETER ROBINSON • Asylum
JAUME COLLET-SERRA • Run All Night
MONOTONY • Monotony (EP)
GARY WALKER (DEFEAT) • Ten albums that changed my life
MIKA TAANILA • Erkki Kurenniemi : The Dawn of Dimi
MICHAEL HEAD AND THE STRANDS • The Magical World of the Strands
JAMES WAN • Fast & Furious 7
Same genre: SYNTH POP / ELECTRO POP
STURM CAFE • Fernes Land
DD SANCHEZ • StRaNgE
ERASURE • THE NEON
HER OWN WORLD • A Different Kind Of Reality
AUGER • Insurgence
UNITCODE:MACHINE • Paper empires
COLD IN MAY • Koma:Redux
SHE HATES EMOTIONS • See The Light (Single)
MONICA RICHARDS & ANTHONY JONES • AESTUARIUM
LUCKY AND LOVE • Transitions