Artiste 5, Lists, The Revue — May 13, 2015 at 7:30 am

Artiste 5 – Hidden Gems by electro-pop outfit R-music

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R music bubble gum geisha

 

 

It wasn’t long ago that we featured UK electro-pop group R music, who released a fantastic song, “Bubble Gum Geisha” (video below. The chilling, cool track was part of our March 20th Weekend Showcase, and the single caught our attention.

Since the band has played in venues across the UK and has a pulse on the electronic and indie-pop music scene, we asked them to share with us some of their favourite “hidden gems”. Read the list and discover some excellent new bands (and we have as well).

Facebook – R music
Twitter – @WeareRmusic

 

Columbia Mills

Electro-pop from Dublin, Ireland. Superb groove, killer guitar sound, catchy as!

Website – columbiamills.bandcamp.com
Facebook – Columbia Mills
Twitter – @COLUMBIAMILLS

 

Katie Kim

Singer-songwriter from Dublin. Amazing vocals, beautiful piece of music. Less is more.


Website – katiekimmusic.wix.com/katiekim
Facebook – Katie Kim
Twitter – @DanceKatieKim

 

KALEIDA

London-based duo. One of the sleekest dark electropop tracks out there with tons of theatricality and bound to be huge in no-time.

Website – kaleidamusic.net
Facebook – Kaleida
Twitter – @KALEIDAMUSIK

 

Dopeus

A masterclass on how to combine fresh electronica with traditional house values. Effortlessly cool and hugely addictive.

 

O Emperor

From Cork, Ireland. Early stuff, like “Po” is an indie beauty reminiscent of early Midlake, but have more of an indie-pop sound now.

Website – oemperor.com
Facebook – O Emperor
Twitter – @oemperormusic

 

Favourite Venue: Coughlans, Douglas Street, Cork City, Ireland

Intimate room with so much magic and musical passion. Never disappoints. The Guinness isn’t bad either…

Facebook – Coughlans

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