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Posts Tagged “electropop”

My Pandora Radio Stations

Posted on September 7th, 2017 by Hitstun

Pandora is still the best at finding music that is musically similar to other tracks you like. With a little patience and a little luck, it’s possible to train Pandora to hit all the right notes. I listen to a lot of different music so I have a list of stations for whatever I feel […]

Lyre Le Temps

Posted on March 1st, 2017 by Hitstun

Lyre Le Temps takes the electro swing sampling of Caravan Palace and Parov Stelar even more mainstream, and it sounds like a million dollars. This song, Prohibition Swing, twists electro swing into an upbeat modern pop song with a great hook. Other tracks push further into hip hop, rock, and industrial styles. I wouldn’t be […]

Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar with World Order

Posted on January 16th, 2017 by Hitstun

Anime Hell once again delivered the Japanese weirdness at Ohayocon. I expected that 2016’s Japanese commercials would be just as good as 2015’s. The one that surprised me was a Tissot watch ad as a music video for the band World Order’s song World Order. I wish all my clocks could sync up like this […]

Kawayoo

Posted on November 15th, 2015 by Hitstun

Kawayoo is a busy artist, and not just in drawing illustrations for art books and Pok√©mon cards. His electronic music puts me in the mood to write code. I’ve been working on adding a key config menu to Skeleton Hunter, and when it’s finished, I’ll tell you all about it. Source: kawa/yoo found somewhere on […]

Hideki Naganuma – Teknopathetic (e-Pop’n Disco 80’s Mix)

Posted on April 20th, 2015 by Hitstun

I started listening to RadioSEGA again and they’ve been playing this song from Ollie King, an arcade skateboarding game that was the spiritual successor of Top Skater. Sampling artist Hideki Naganuma provided the soundtrack, including remixes of a couple of his own songs from Jet Set Radio Future. I had no idea Ollie King had […]