technopop

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technopop

(ˈtɛknəʊˌpɒp)
n
(Pop Music) pop music sharing certain features with techno music

synth•pop

(ˈsɪnθˌpɒp)
n.
popular music played with synthesizers.
[1980–85; synth(esizer) + pop2]
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Comedian Russell Kane takes to the stage for a set, as does the host himself, and Grammy Award-winning electropop three-piece Clean Bandit provide the music.
A violinist with technique that could seamlessly hop between honky tonk and electropop.
TUESDAY BRIGHT LIGHT BRIGHT LIGHT The 80s electropop star-in-waiting will have the Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh dancing all night tonight.
After letting electropop legends Erasure warm up the crowd, he took to the stage to huge cheers to perform some of his greatest hits.
Scott, who is pursuing a solo career, performed downbeat, electropop songs that at times bordered on whimsical.
In recent years the singer has moved more towards rock vibes and electropop culture to present a whole new self to the Greek music world -- from her Eurovision song contest days anyway.
The electropop, pop rock duo from Brisbane will make their first appearance in Dubai.
It's been an eternity since Belfast last heard the band's brand of upbeat quirky electropop in the live arena so tonight should make for something pretty special.
NEW YORK (AFP) - Electropop star Halsey will close a global tour at New York's Madison Square Garden, marking a meteoric rise for the millennial generation heroine who just months ago was playing small clubs.
The Stafford band, led by Tom Smith, can't be faulted for experimenting and plunging into waters they've only paddled in at this point, and offering mood-filled, electropop pieces such as At All Cost and Salvation that are fine, but fans may crave that Munich-like guitar epic that never came.
There's no denying the energy and the passion of his inventive Interpretation, but It's a jejune piece, lacking the near-universal appeal of his 2013 electropop opera "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.
George Mpanga, aged 23, from north-west London, who performs as George the Poet, will compete against singersongwriter James Bay and electropop trio Years and Years for the Critics' Choice award, which will be presented at the 2015 Brits ceremony on February 25.