Ring in the holidays with electronica and indie pop from Bastille, Robert DeLong, Cold War Kids, Saint Motel, and Marian Hill
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Bastille: With a indie-pop sound that summons the slick synth-pop of the ’80s and contains lyrical allusions to TV’s Twin Peaks, singer/songwriter Dan Smith’s solo project turned four-piece blew up like Mount Vesuvius with the arena-ready single “Pompeii” and the multi-platinum debut album Bad Blood.
Robert DeLong: This eight-bit maestro behind “Global Concepts” breaks in dancing shoes with a set of genre-puréeing electronic rock, performed with keyboards, laptops, and remotes from Nintendo Wii and Sega Genesis consoles.
Cold War Kids: The indie rockers behind “Hang Me Out to Dry” wear their bluesy roots on their sleeves, and continue to blend indie rock and soul in their energetic live show and on 2014’s Hold My Home
Saint Motel: The bellhops of L.A.’s Saint Motel craft infectious, punchy, and impressively suave dance pop with a bit of Brazilian swerve, exemplified in the irrepressible hit “My Type.”
Marian Hill: A duo consisting of producer Jeremy Lloyd and vocalist Samantha Gongol, this band with a misleading name—it’s a mashup of characters from The Music Man—craft heady dance music out of minimalist beats, manipulated vocals, and plenty of sultry sax, a sound best heard in the single “Lips.”