Dreamy melancholy ambient electronic pop rock — say that three times fast 🙂
Much like their name, A Love Like Pi mixes the abstract with the indelible. Drawing from his orchestral background, lead singer Lief arranges pieces that fall along a wide spectrum. From the shimmering and delicate “Jack and the Giant” to the propulsive electronic anthem “Atlas” each A Love Like Pi song offers a new perspective into the trio’s unique dynamic, as well as adding to the album-spanning conceptual narrative the group has committed themselves to finishing.
Next up Olympic Ayres sporting an indie pop electronic sound. Should play will for fans of Phoenix.
It’s the sound on this track that and that almost “doctoring the tortoise” lead line that is aces.
I like the attitude on this track from LA native Mating Ritual. It has a cool verse and energetic chorus with guitars and synths inter playing with odd almost exotic bird call bit — trust me, it works. This track will play well for fans of Big Data.
It’s that bass guitar that is so Joy Divsion / New Order that I love. Of course it’s more than just a bass guitar beating away, the harmonies in the chorus take it all to another level.