Hi, there all music lovers! Let’s get started by giving you as much information as possible about our Indie Pop and EDM Music selection of the week.
Music is a great way to escape the humdrum of everyday life and dive into an entirely different world. When you listen to music, your brain releases chemicals like dopamine and oxytocin, which can help you feel pleasure and connection. You can also use music for self-expression, as a tool for getting in touch with your feelings or even as an outlet for stress.
Akapalka releasing Fight Or Flight
It has some elements of EDM and even hip-hop. It has a fun, uplifting sound that is appropriate for working out or playing during the summer months.
If you’re looking for fresh new music to add to your playlist, then this is the perfect guide for you! We’ve got everything from electronic pop culture, to avant-grade music, to playlists full of new releases and fresh music.
So sit back and relax as we take you through our top picks for this week’s best indie pop and EDM releases from independent artists around the world!
You can listen to our full playlist which contains the artists’ music, and know more about their work by scrolling down the page.
1) LONELYKLOWN – Think About U
LonelyKlown is a London-based producer who creates electronic pop music. He’s been making waves for some time now, and has recently released his first single, “Think About U.”
The song is a mix of the genres of synthpop, synth wave, alternative pop, and dance. It has male vocals and is influenced by UK culture. The song is quirky—the lyrics are amazing and they’re also relatable. The hook gets stuck in your head after just one listen because it’s so catchy!
A track with this level of clarity and crispness is not overproduced or polished to the point where it becomes dull. Having instrumental breakdowns to break up the songs at the appropriate time adds a great deal of variety to the songs without feeling forced or extraneous.
2) MARQELECTRONICA – Nervous
MARQELECTRONICA is a British-based electronic musician whose music blends elements of EDM, pop, and deep house. His latest single, “Nervous,” is a perfect example of his unique style: it’s a classic piece of electronica with a catchy, commercial vocal hook that will have you dancing all over your apartment.
Marqeletronica’s cheeky vocals are accompanied by echoey guitar hooks and electro-stabs to create a deep house-edged dance track. The story revolves around a lover who is annoying you and getting on your nerves.
It’s a perfect track for getting ready to go out on the town or working out at the gym. It’s got a classic sound that will bring you back to the early 2000s—the kind of music people listened to in their cars when they were driving around their hometowns. And yet it still feels modern, because of the way it combines electronic elements with vocals.
3) CLARE EASDOWN – Wrap Me Up
Clare Easdown is a female artist from Menai, Australia who has been making waves in the music scene for some time now. The single “Wrap Me Up” is a perfect example of the ambient electronic pop sound that Clare Easdown is known for. She uses her voice as an instrument to create a unique blend of beats, melodies and harmonies that will put you into a trance.
I wonder if you have ever been in the position of wanting someone in your life to reciprocate a deep and smashing feeling of love that you have for them?
This song is a love song and it is called ‘Wrap Me Up’. This is a cry for love, a cry for being held, a cry for being fully enveloped in a pure beautiful cloth of love. As the song develops, there is a mixture of suspense and open-hearted emotion that almost begs the listener to ‘Wrap Me Up’
A track with this level of clarity and crispness is not overproduced or polished to the point where it becomes dull. Having instrumental breakdowns to break up the song at the appropriate time adds a great deal of variety to the songs without feeling forced or extraneous.
4) BLAIR DJUNA – Don’t Tell Me
As a freelance session musician, composer, and sound engineer based in Sydney, Australia, Blair Djuna has a background in music production and composition.
The passion he has for all things audio has allowed him to become both a competent musician and performer, as well as someone who has taken his passion for audio production and composition to the next level.
As Blair Djuna’s very well-crafted “Don’t Tell Me” roars with a funk-infused modern pop sound, complete with many engaging melodies and polished production, it is a fantastically rousing modern pop song with a witty and undeniably confident sense of personality that is suffused with catchy hooks and an undeniably confident style.
As a result of Blair’s charismatic vocal prowess, “Don’t Tell Me” is a track that you just can’t help but move to, and no matter what you’re listening to, whether it’s the catchy melody lines, the foot-stomping groove, or the absorbing sonic textures, this is one of those songs that will satisfy many pop fans.
5) KIMI DJABATÉ – Dindin
The talented guitarist, percussionist, and balafón (African xylophone) player Kimi Djabaté hails from Guinea-Bissau and is considered to be one of Africa’s most exceptional talents.
The musician is now based in Lisbon and has collaborated with a number of musicians, including Mory Kanté, Waldemar Bastos, Netos de Gumbé, and, most recently, Madonna on her song “Ciao Bella,” which is out now.
As part of the new album Dindin, Djabaté continues the tradition of his griot heritage, singing entrancingly about the complexity of life in modern Africa for a broad, international audience because he carries on the traditions of his griot heritage.
By weaving a tapestry of smooth and intricate sounds, Djabaté creates a unique soundscape with a blend of traditional Afro-Portuguese rhythms, Afrobeat grooves, electric desert blues and hints of Afro-Latin swing.
6) NEKTER GUN – Don’t Wanna See You Leave
With a unique blend of house music, dancehall, reggae, and future bass, he stands out from other artists in his genre. He is originally from Cochabamba, Bolivia, and now resides in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
As a musician, Nekter Gun pushes the boundaries of what is possible with his unique fusion of styles and sounds. It is therefore important to take the opportunity to listen to the outstanding music of Nekter Gun, including Pat Ross, one of the world’s best singers and songwriters, on his track, “Don’t Wanna See You Leave”.
An emotional rollercoaster of saying goodbye to a lover who has been with you for such a long time on and off is captured in “Don’t Wanna See You Leave” in an electronic dance song.
Listeners get a vivid picture of someone who knows the time has come to stand their ground and not be strung along anymore by their lover with this nostalgic melody and heartfelt, honest and poignant lyrics.
7) AKAPALKA – Fight Or Flight
I am a fan of electronic music and I love to listen to songs which have a good beat. I recently came across this song by AKAPALKA, called Fight Or Flight. This is one of his latest singles and it has been released not too long ago. The song is very catchy and has a strong beat, which will make you want to dance.
His name is Marco Testoni and Akapalka is the name of his electronic music project. In addition to making music, he also makes videos.
The music of Akapalka is not classified as being in a particular genre but rather takes inspiration from video games, house, breaks, rock, and funk.
Fight Or Flight is his recent release, it has some elements of EDM and even hip-hop. It has a fun, uplifting sound that is appropriate for working out or playing during the summer months.
I really enjoyed listening to this song because of its variety of different sounds which make it so unique compared to other songs out there today! If you are looking for something new then this track will definitely satisfy your needs! You should check it out by visiting his website or following him on Spotify!