synth-pop


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synth-pop

 (sĭnth′pŏp′)
n.
See synth.

synth-pop

n
(Pop Music) a type of pop music in which synthesizers are used to create the dominant sound
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Another will surely be their final show at London's O2 in September when the synth-pop duo Say Hello, Wave Goodbye for good.
Summary: New Delhi [India], December 19 (ANI): Joanne Catherall, vocalist for English synth-pop band Human League, kicked out of the Qantas business lounge in Melbourne for wearing the wrong kind of boots.
MUSIC Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark The synth-pop pioneers return with their 13th studio album, The Punishment of Luxury, in which you'll recognise the wistful nostalgia and idealised romance of their previous work.
Paramore will perform songs from its latest studio album, 'After Laughter,' which had the band making a change in its musical direction by adopting dance and synth-pop beats.
Synth-pop act The Human League will headline the Waverley Stage with Scottish Album of the Year winners Sacred Paws providing the opening performance.
On his current tour, the synth-pop pioneer is sharing the stage with a full orchestra to perform many of these greatest hits plus tracks from his latest album, Shadows & Reflections, which features covers of iconic 60s torch songs and orchestral pop by the likes of Burt Bacharach, The Yardbirds and Bobby Darin.
Flintshire Pride recently gained charitable status and just announced Andy Bell, frontman for 80s synth-pop duo Erasure, as one of its patrons.
Thirty years have passed since the single saw the synth-pop trio ascend the U.
Instead, relish mid-career faves such as synth-pop hits "Running Up That Hill" and "Hounds of Love" in a lovely lower register, and glorious live moments of her re-blossoming.
The album, which has the same name as the band, is a synth-pop album which is more personal and less ambiguous than their previous melodious songs.
Goldfrapp - Tales Of Us ALISON Goldfrapp and Will Gregory are back on track following a panicked retreat into their 1980s synth-pop comfort zone on 2010's Head First.
Songs such as "Hurry, Hurry," "Pick Me Up" and "Can't Let Go" move along at an energetic clip, blending synth-pop with Munro's rich, clear vocals.