All posts tagged synth-pop

Salt Ashes’ “If You Let Me Go” Featured On BBC1 Radio by Phil Taggart


If you missed it last night, Phil Taggart over at BBC1 Radio featured Salt Ashes‘ follow-up single “If You Let Me Go” on his evening radio show after discovering the song via a fan on Twitter. You can stream the live broadcast on their website here. Here’s what Phil had to say when presenting the record: “Apparently that track was made by sleeping on floors in New York, Ibiza and Berlin. If that’s the quality of a track sleeping on people’s floors, imagine if she had a week in the studio…bit of Kate Bush in there…loving it!’”

Hear what all of the excitement about by streaming the single below, and purchasing it on iTunes today!

Throwback Thursday: Ubap by Re-Flex

Let’s bring it back for throwback Thursday to an old Radikal Records gem: Ubap by Re-Flex that will have you Ubap-ing all day night and all night!

Re-Flex is a British new-wave/synth pop band which met international success in 1984 with the release of their track The Politics of Dancing which made it to the top of the Dance charts in the US and in Europe!