A sultry track with deeply grooving arpeggiators from the consistently amazing Toronto synthpop group.
Subtle soft-pop heroics from the Toronto/Victoria crew from their second brilliant EP.
Jordan Pearson of New Zebra Kid delivers worthy-of-the-classics synthpop with an utterly arresting voice.
Homemade synths, superstar guest vocalists and weird intricate pop arrangements made Galaxius Mons’ sophomore release a must-listen.
The dark electronic pop superstars release their most experimental record to date, an amazing EP with only one pop song.
Tasseomancy’s next album can’t come soon enough, as evidenced by this strange and restrained minimalist pop gem.
The Toronto duo continue their absolute mastery of sexy cold-as-ice synthpop.
A slow-burning, precise exercise in buttery-voiced soft electropop. Swoon!
Our love for QRB’s ambient electropop already knew no bounds, but her best single yet is also her biggest and danciest.
A huge bass synth loop repeating throughout and a beautiful melody soaring atop it. Simple, and incredible.
Blissful, upbeat, but still a little experimental, the best single yet from Montreal’s Pascale Mercier.
Melodic hooky electro indie-pop like nobody’s business. Tightly constructed, yet sounds so effortless.
Entracing, otherwordly synthpop. One of many highlights from a near-perfect album.
Intensely danceable psychedelic electropop from the darkest of swamps.
Crisp electronic pop from the master, from yet another colossal Caribou album.
A weird masterpiece which we desperately hope means more soon to come from Toronto’s Tenderness.
Bittersweet amtopsheric synthpop from the Halifax/Saint John newcomers, from their astonishing debut EP.
The most straight-up pop song Toronto’s Beta Frontiers has ever released, featuring guest vocals from Diana’s Carmen Elle. Absolutely stellar.
Soaring arpeggiated synths throughout, and like all who encounter the Sound, he has clearly seen the light and there is only one way forward.
Everything we love about dark electronic pop music is present here: haunting atmosphere, soft focus synth leads, poignant lyrics, vintage drum machine tones, and impeccable pop songcraft.
“Restaurant” is such a fun, fast, synthpop track, reminiscent of the very best of Devo.
This song is propulsive yet atmospheric, showcasing the best features of Silkken Laumann’s talents.
It seems a teensy bit crafted to mine the popularity of both Lana del Rey and Grimes, but damned if we care because it’s masterful and is exactly what we want to be listening to these days.
This song is so densely layered and nuanced that the 7 minute runtime goes by in a snap.
A perfect emotional electro-pop nugget that has been on repeat since it came out. Handsome Furs who? Long live Operators!