Chvrches aimed for greater mainstream relevance with their last album, 2018’s Love Is Dead, and they’re setting similar coordinates on “Here With Me,” their new collaborative single with EDM superstar Marshmello. This time, it seems to be working. “Here With Me” has become the Scottish synth-pop trio’s More »
If Marshmello and CHVRCHES have one thing in common – it is that they both are more than familiar with topping music festival lineups. Both the masked producer/DJ and Scottish Synthpop group have seen massive success in the mainstream music scene by their multiple festival appearances over the last three years. That being said, nobody
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If you are relatively unfamiliar with the figure known as Marshmello, we’ve got some catching-up to do. Marshmello is a 26-year-old dance producer from Philadelphia. He performs while wearing a giant and ridiculous mask that makes his head look like a smiling marshmallow. In his generally-pretty-fun music videos, he’s a marshmallow-headed teenager — … More »
BBC Scotland has just released a collaborative film with Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Lead singer Lauren Mayberry sings “Miracle” from last year’s Love Is Dead, backed by the full orchestra and her bandmates, while images of city lights, crashing waves, and portraits of Scotland citizens flash behind her. More »
Portland’s Pure Bathing Culture released a full album cover of the Blue Nile’s 1989 LP, Hats, back in August. Last night, Chvrches took a stab at standout single, “The Downtown Lights,” during their encore at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The fellow Glasgow natives gave the synthy classic a modern update while staying true … More »
Earlier this year, Chvrches released Love Is Dead, their third album. The new LP, recorded with American super-producer Greg Kurstin, seemed like the Scottish synthpop trio’s bid for crossover stardom, outside the indie universe. Plenty of us were lukewarm on the album itself, at least when comparing it to the group’s excellent first … More »
Former Apprentice contestant and fired senior White House adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman has been making headlines this week with her new tell-all book Unhinged: An Insider’s Account Of The Trump White House and the release of secret recordings she took of conversations with other White House staffers. And in the latest episode of Jon Lovett’s … More »
Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches released their third album, Love Is Dead, earlier this year. Throughout the album cycle so far, they’ve appeared on The Tonight Show and covered a wide swath of artists that included The 1975, Beyonce, Rihanna, and Kendrick Lamar. Earlier … More »
Tonight, Chvrches go J-pop. Japanese group Wednesday Campanella lead the way on the Scottish synth-pop trio’s new single “Out Of My Head.” This is the group’s first appearance in mainstream American pop, and they leave a good first impression. Shooting synths and electric guitars welcome Wednesday Campanella’s lead singer KOM_I. I, personally, do not speak … More »
Instead of diving headfirst into the original’s dramatic chorus, Mija launches into a slick breakdown. Highlighted by a playful melody, her interpretation of “Miracle” toys with lead singer Lauren Mayberry’s vocals. Mija chops them up in an off-kilter fashion, creating an unstable environment before merging back into a glossy, smoothed-out interlude. Over the course of the remix’s four and a half minutes, Mija leads her listeners from a dark warehouse to a light-filled lounge, allowing them to imagine “Miracle” as an entirely different animal.
Her “Miracle” remix follows May’s self-released drum & bass original called “Talk” and a seven-track EP released earlier this year. The “Miracle” remix package also includes reworks by Manila Killa, IHF, and The Juan Maclean. It’s out Friday, July 27 via Glassnote Records.