Jon Hopkins has gracefully tip-toed around the edges of mainstream electronic music for years without ever being fully recognized. His albums receive critical acclaim and his tours transport the audience into a blissful and ambient world of synths, yet that audience is no where as big as other’s have become in the Electronic scene.
“We play the songs the way we feel them, like something different, something alive, in link with our moods.”   The worlds of folk, psychedelic, electronic and pop are effortlessly brought together by the Paris-based Moodoïd. Offering an alternative to MGMT in many ways; a band of experimental artists who know how to straddle the line of what is weird and what is catchy. 

Try not to be hypnotized by the amazing movements of dancers Michel “Meech” Onomo and Eric “Rickysoul” Braflan in the video for “By & Bye” from Electric Wire Hustle. The underground R&B duo have just released their latest album, Love Can Prevail. Grab your copy here.

As we leave another summer behind, check out a mix of some sunny tunes that’ll lead you into those crisp autumn nights. Enjoy the long weekend! Labour Day Mix by Aaronantidote on Mixcloud
Tove Lo is prepping the release of her debut LP Queen of the Clouds. The album follows the hit song “Habits (Stay High)” and her latest single “Not On Drugs”. Antidote chatted with the young singer-songwriter back in May and we look forward to more universal anthems of love and loss from Lo with her debut.
Charli XCX is practically a pop veteran after only a brief time in the spotlight thanks to her ever changing (but still cohesive) discography that’s gone from the dark electro pop of “You’re the One”, to the Tumblr-esque mashup of sounds featured on her debut LP True Romance, her turn as a hook girl on the inescapable “Fancy”… not to mention writing “I Love It” and her own summer hit “Boom Clap”.