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"Touch," the debut single from Moscow via London singer Shura, is an expert take on that subtly funky, misty-lensed throwback pop Blood Orange does so well. The refrain -- "I want to touch you, but…   Read Story »
HAIM's breathy and elastic "If I Could Change Your Mind" is already the basis for maybe the year's greatest music video, and the house producer MK has turned in a strong remix of it. And now the hazy…   Read Story »
Delorean's virtual-kidnapping-postponed tour in support of last year's Apar is up and running. To herald their arrival stateside, the band has released a pair of new remixes for their Caroline…   Read Story »
Last year, one of the Best New Bands Empress Of (aka Lorely Rodriguez) dropped the single "Tristeza." We later heard remixes by El Guincho and Pional. Now you can hear Delorean's version. Listen…   Read Story »
Delorean have rescheduled their North American tour dates after that virtual kidnapping. They also just released Slow Magic's wondrous remix of Apar single "Destitute Time." It's got a funky…   Read Story »
Chairlift leader Caroline Polachek sings lead on "Unhold," a song from the Barcelona dance-rock band Delorean's new album Apar. She's also the star of the song's new video. Director Eric Epstein…   Read Story »
This past weekend, the members of the Barcelona-based dance-rock band Delorean suffered what's apparently been called a "virtual kidnapping." The band was in Mexico City to play the MUTEK Festival,…   Read Story »
Last week, we ran a Q&A with Ekhi Lopetegi, frontman of Barcelona's Delorean. In the interview, Lopetegi discussed the new depths the band achieved with its sophomore album Apar. We've already heard…   Read Story »
On their 2010 full-length debut (the very excellent Subiza), Spanish group Delorean managed the clever hat trick of fusing what is ostensibly jangly indie-pop with Balearic rave beats and a…   Read Story »
"Destitute Time" is the airy, fluttering new single from the breezy Barcelona dance-rock band Delorean, with Glasser on the backing vocals. The song's new CANADA-directed video flips back and forth…   Read Story »