Listen: Alma Elste - Virtualism

Listen: Alma Elste - Virtualism

Parisian artist Alma Elste busts conventions with her track Virtualism.

Future-pop tends to be overly dramatic - it’s just what synths tend do when whizzed up with a sugar-sweet dash of pop - but Alma Elste’s Virtualism isn’t needless melodrama. While the drumbeats crash into one another and the synths make a noise akin to how early PlayStation 2 games soundtracked foreign planets, Alma Elste is at ease. She isn’t flailing all over the track, demanding your attention or trying to make you cry about how love sucks. Instead it’s this ice-cold delivery plunged straight into a fiery future-pop furnace, and it combines to make her an artist we're very much excited about:

Follow Alma Elste: FACEBOOK / TWITTER

Feki & Glasshouse team up to cover James Blake's Retrograde

Feki tops off his massive year by teaming up with Glasshouse for a brilliant cover.

8 years ago

Premiere: Celebrate a decade of Diger Rokwell with a new, two-side mixtape

The genre-bending Perth musician is celebrating ten years since his Digstrumentals release with a show this Friday.

6 years ago

LANKS curated with a playlist with his Grandma for us and it's a beauty

Catch him on tour with Hein Cooper now, along with some big supports next year.

7 years ago

Watch: RÜFÜS - You Were Right

Camera and editing tricks galore.

9 years ago

Close
-->