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Grün Wasser
Not Ok With Things

Keely Dowd and Essej Pollock started making music together as Grün Wasser back in 2015. The Chicago-based electronic duo have an ethical stance of solidarity by those who have been left without following the negligent decisions of the powerful. Not Ok With Things sees the duo address their issues such as gender imbalance and personal battles with alcoholism. Meaningful pop music. 
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  • Holodeck

Lou Rebecca

Restless is the much-anticipated debut album from Lou Rebecca, a synth-pop artist whose sound is influenced by her native Paris and also by way of Austin, where she now lives. Boasting songs written in both French and English, and co-produced with Missions’ Josh Mills, the tracks have the delicacy of pop but the driving rhythms of classic dance music. 

Mass Flashback

Majeure, eg one half of Zombi, lays out his sweet sweet analogue synthesizers again for another solo slab of sonic adventure. Mass Flashback is full of narrative and textual action, with Zombi’s proggy scope and love for vintage horror soundtrack drama pushing the synth magic to great heights. On Holodeck.

Mirages Au Futur Verre-Brise

Montreal duo Automelodi on what is their third album already. In part, Mirages Au Futur Verre-Brise sounds like a nostalgia trip to 80s new wave and post punk created entirely on digital instruments. Luckily, the duo has also created plenty of more alternative electronic compositions which keep their newest effort interesting. 

Single Lash

Single Lash (great name) drop their debut LP via Holodeck Records (Samantha Glass, Marie Davidson). While shoegaze is the predominant sound on Providence the Texan group also mix in a fair few other influences. Noise rock, the Gothic noir of Tom Waits and Protomartyr’s grinding post-punk all crop up here. Singer Nicolas Nadeau frequently gives the impression that he’s doing his best Ian Curtis impression.

Samantha Glass
Nine Memories Between Impression & Imprint

Samantha Glass returns to Texan label HoloDeck (Dylan Cameron, Derek Rogers) with a new LP. Nine Memories Between Impression & Imprint is another collection of retro-futurist bedroom electronica from Glass. The overall impression of the record is that of a moth-eaten copy of an Italians Do It Better album. There are similarities with fellow HoloDeck artist Marie Davidson.

Wave Refraction

Texan label HoloDeck (Marie Davidson, Dylan Cameron) present an LP of freakiness, deakiness and various other -eekinesses from Sungod. Wave Refraction is at that nexus of psych-rock, prog and electro-rock that The Flaming Lips sometimes get close to. That said, where Wayne Coyne et al tend to reign in their Pink Floyd-isms with a deference to songcraft, Sungod head gleefully to the outer-reaches of sound. Cosmic.
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  • Holodeck

Thousand Foot Whale Claw
Black Hole Party

While it may be based in the heart of Texas, there’s neither much yee- nor -haw! to the releases of Holodeck Records. Indeed, the Austin label tends towards 80s-flavoured techno and synthwave tracks from the likes of Marie Davidson and S U R V I V E. They stick to their guns on the latest LP from Holodeck inner-circle members Thousand Foot Whale Claw. Black Hole Party is a record of retro thrills that wouldn’t sound out place soundtracking a scene from Stranger Things.

Lou Rebecca
Lou Rebecca

Lou Rebecca is a Paris native but has found herself living in Austin, Texas. It is there that she earned her stripes, and rose to the top, with her captivating performances in the crowded synth scene. With her eponymous debut, she delivers an album of sophisticated synth pop sung in English and French that is as accessible as it is technically proficient.