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This parody song was released a while back, but now it has a video!
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The Song of the Day: "Rollercoasting" by Cross My Heart Hope to Die, from the 2013 self-titled EP. Slick, laid back beats with a heavy triphop influence.
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The Song of the Day: "Move" by Elegant Machinery, from the 2008 album A Soft Exchange. The 80s are still with us! This song is a perfect example of the cheesy earnestness found in a lot of European synthpop, but it's still catchy. I like the hokey video too (WWI biplane versus WWII monoplanes? Gothy stewardess with a nose ring?).
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The Song of the Day: "Pursuit" by Gesaffelstein, from an upcoming 2013 album (title TBA). The techno track itself is pretty badass, but the artistry of the video is simply phenomenal, hinting at some sort of generation-spanning dynasty involving a golden gauntlet. (NSFW due to some mild nudity.)
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The Song of the Day: "When the Lilies Die" by Io Echo, from the 2013 album Ministry of Love. Atmospheric indie stuff. The gif style video with kabuki footage is appealing, too.
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The Song of the Day: "Pay Your Dues (Assemblage 23 Remix)" by Polaroid Kiss, from the 2012 album Weakness of The Beautiful Souls. I shared this song last year, but now it's paired with a stylish video. They were wise to go with the Assemblage 23 mix, as Tom Shear makes everything better.
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The Song of the Day: "Headhunter" by Parralox, from the 2013 album Recovery. This is, of course, a cover of Front 242's biggest hit, perhaps the most famous industrial song ever. Covering Headhunter is a scene cliche by now, but Parralox's reinterpretation is perhaps the best I've heard. The music is different enough to be interesting, and the very precisely enunciated vocals have a quirky appeal.
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The Song of the Day: "We Came For Love" by Technoir, from the 2013 EP We Came For Love. The video is a little low budget, but the music is solid German synthpop.
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The Song of the Day: "Drive" by Client, from the 2007 album Heartland. Excellent synthpop by a trio of ladies from London. Very snappy dressers, too.
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The Song of the Day: "Antibody" by Aesthetic Perfection, from an upcoming album (title TBA). I'm a bit ambivalent about Aesthetic Perfection. The music is almost always great, but there's a tendency for Daniel Graves's vocals to degenerate into bitchy emo screaming. Fortunately that's not the case with this single, which is a very groovy EBM track paired with a pretty stylish video.
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Japan-based American working in the video game industry. Sometime writer. RPGer. Goth/industrial music fan.