For my money, some of the most engaging and intelligent electro-pop hitting my ears these days comes from Hipster Death Squad. Winnipeg's Micheal Glucki, who is the one man band behind Hipster Death Squad, has a genius for composing melodies that you don't ever want to end. This month brings a six track mini-LP entitled The Break-Up. The sombre title reflects the tone of the record, which encompasses loss and sorrow. But the music is no less wonderful for the melancholy, and may be his emotionally richest work to date. Look, don't hesitate. Commit to listen to the first track, "Not The One", and I think you'll want to stream the entire album. And it is available at Bandcamp.
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