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Pink Dolphin Music

Proudly independent since 2010, Pink Dolphin Music showcases the very best Electronic Music from all around the world across all genres. Supporting Independent Electronic Music.

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Daniel Hall - Christmas Love     Pop 24/01/2020
Daniel Hall has released 13 solo albums in the Electronic Synthpop genre. His music is a cross between Erasure and Depeche Mode with a touch of Gary Numan
Christmas Love is a mid-paced pop song that encourages people not to forget those less fortunate and living on the streets at the festive period. A message of love to all is strongly given by Daniel's beautiful lyrics and melody.

Daniel Hall - Too Little Too Late (featuring Prince Rodriguez)     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial 12/11/2019
Daniel Hall is a Electro-pop and Synthpop musician creating songs as if Erasure had bumped into Depeche Mode with a dose of Aussie charm.
Too Little Too Late is a beautiful pop song that speaks of love and loss with stunning guest vocals by Prince Rodriguez

Other tracks by Daniel Hall:  Sugar and Spice (featuring Zeus)
Simon Irvine - Misunderstood (featuring The Brooklyn Foundation)     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial 12/11/2019
Simon Irvine has been producing solo electronic music for a number of years. Australian through and through, his Synthpop music usually has a dark edge
Misunderstood is a upbeat synthpop song with a driving rhythm that pumps through from beginning to end. Featuring the vocals of The Brooklyn Foundation from the USA and produced by British producer Screamershock.