Two years after their first installment, the quirky video “Candy Boy,” our favorite Parisian band Concorde have struck again. Bringing to life their dream pop anthem “Summer House” with the help of Maxime Bruneel, the […]Tags: Candy Boy, Clément Froissart, concorde, electro, France, french music, Marine de la Morandiere, Maxime Bruneel, music, music videos, Paris, synth pop, The Wild Magazine, video.
French electro powerhouse, Kavinsky, is probably best known for his addition to the sublime Drive movie soundtrack, namely the track “Nightcall.” Since 2005, he has been creating his own brand of synth-heavy electro-house that is […]Tags: Daft Punk, Drive, eighties, electro, electronic, Ferrari, French, Joseph Johnson, Justice, Kavinsky, movie soundtrack, music, Record Makers, retro, review, SebastiAn, synths, The Wild Magazine, video
Photo by Katie Chow Ever wondered what it was really like to be a globetrotting pop star? Well, wonder no more, as Yuksek’s latest video for his track “The Edge” shows us the highs and […]Tags: electro, French, global, Joseph Johnson, lonliness, music, pop, review, The Edge, The Wild Magazine, tour, travel, video, world, Yuksek
Who: Eleanore Everdell (vocals, keyboards) and Jason Friedman (guitar, programming) Where: Brooklyn, NYC What they do: Duo behind the indie electro band The Hundred in the Hands and creators of the THITH Zine Photo courtesy […]Tags: Dream Pop, electro, Eleonore Everdell, Heather Culp, indie act, Jason Friedman, Marine de la Morandiere, post punk, The hundred in the hands, THITH, THITH ZINE