Friday, February 25, 2022

02/ 2022 New release: Canal Pop – Superficial

Eternal Sunday presents a new album from Canal Pop, Superficial. The album contains 11 tracks of the artist’s signature catchy synthpop. The album features three great guest singers, Polette, Josefina Aufranc and Pauline Q.

One of the songs "The Starman Won’t Come Tonight" is a tribute to David Bowie, written after his death in 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

Get Canal Pop – Superficial on iTunes

 

 

Preview Canal Pop ft Josefina Aufranc – Anything Can Happen Tonight

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday, November 12, 2021

11/ 2021 New release: Canal Pop feat. Eva Esdrujula – Comment Te Dire Adieu

 

Eternal Sunday presents “Comment Te Dire Adieu”, a new single from Canal Pop featuring Eva Esdrujula. The song is a cover of Fran├žoise Hardy’s 1968 French hit, later re-recorded by Jimmy Somerville in 1989 as a duet with June Miles-Kingston.

Eva Esdrujula is a French-Argentine artist who has worked as a model, actress, photographer, and press correspondent, in addition to singing.

The single is produced in Canal Pop’s own synthwave/ electropop style, produced with classic analog synthesizers, and is the first of his releases sung in French.

“This is a song that I always loved,” says Emiliano Canal, the man behind Canal Pop. “It’s one of the best-known French-language songs in the international market, and there aren’t many of them. And when I had the chance to record it with Eva I didn’t think twice, she is a very interesting artist.”

 

 

Get Canal Pop feat. Eva Esdrujula – Comment Te Dire Adieu

 

 

Preview Canal Pop ft Eva Esdrujula – Comment Te Dire Adieu

 

 

 

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Friday, August 13, 2021

08/ 2021 New release: Canal Pop – Ambient Works: Exploration

 


Eternal Sunday
presents Ambient Works: Exploration by Canal Pop, the second release by Canal Pop featuring instrumental tracks, paying homage to the early days of synths experimentation. The styles go from some heavy atmospheric ambient to more rhythmic tracks featuring analog synthesizers, with a touch of industrial and synthpop/ synthwave.

A must for fans of classic acts like Tangerine Dream, Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, Mike Oldfield, or Alan Parsons Project. 




Get Canal Pop – Ambient Works: Exploration on iTunes

 

 

Preview Canal Pop – Requiem For A Horrible Man



 

 

 

 

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Friday, December 04, 2020

12/ 2020 New release: Canal Pop – The Ambient EP

Eternal Sunday presents The Ambient EP by Canal Pop, an unusual release since all the tracks are ambient instrumentals. The EP was made as an homage to some of the early ambient music pioneers, artists like Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Vangelis and even Pink Floyd.

The EP contains four tracks produced with analog and vintage synthesizers. 

 

 

 

 

 

Get Canal Pop – The Ambient EP on iTunes

 

 

Preview Canal Pop – Solaris In Orbit

 

 

 

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Friday, March 13, 2020

03/ 2020 New release: Canal Pop feat. Polette – Electricity (German Kreff Remix)

Eternal Sunday presents another great remix of a Canal Pop feat. Polette song by DJ and producer German Kreff. This time the song chose is “Electricity”, from the High Class Girls & Lo Fi Boys EP.










Get Canal Pop feat. Polette – Electricity (German Kreff Remix) on iTunes





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Friday, September 13, 2019

09/ 2019 New release: Canal Pop feat. Polette – Moonlight Shadow (German Kreff Remix)

Eternal Sunday presents an amazing progressive house remix of Canal Pop featuring Polette’s cover of Mike Oldfield “Moonlight Shadow” by DJ and remixer German Kreff.












Canal Pop feat. Polette – Moonlight Shadow (German Kreff Remix) on iTunes



Preview Canal Pop feat. Polette – Moonlight Shadow (German Kreff Remix)



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Friday, March 22, 2019

03/ 2019 New release: Not Mister Right: An Introduction To Canal Pop

Eternal Sunday proudly presents Not Mister Right: An Introduction To Canal Pop, an album that compiles some of the best songs recorded by Canal Pop, the synthpop music project led by songwriter and producer Emiliano Canal (who also happens to be the label’s director), from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
 
“I spent these last years devoted full time to the record label” Emiliano explains “so my artistic project Canal Pop was not my priority, when I had some free time I recorded some songs and released them but without the time or energy to come up with a proper campaign. And it was a shame, because some of the songs that Canal Pop released were good and deserved better luck with the public”.

This doesn’t mean that Canal Pop’s songs went unnoticed these years. Canal Pop is well known in the synthpop/ electropop global underground scene and specialized portals like Side Line (Belgium) and others write about him on a regular basics. Songs and remixed by Canal Pop have been released in compilations by labels and pages like Side Line and Alfa Matrix (Belgium), Sector44 (USA), Ninthwave (USA) and Electrozombies (Germany) (as well as by Eternal Sunday, Emiliano’s label).

Not Mister Right: An Introduction To Canal Pop features 13 original tracks, and all of the songs are a proper sample of Canal Pop’s style: classic electropop arrangements and production, catchy radio-friendly choruses, crystal-clear voiced professionally produced and plays of words in the lyrics (in English, which is not bad considering that Emiliano is from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where people speak Spanish). The lyrics are about falling in love, being yourself, infatuation, electricity, being cool in Japan, dancing alone, girls who want to learn new things and girls that really enjoy phone calls. 

Several amazing singers collaborated with Canal Pop over the years and all of them are present here: Gaby Laguzzi, New York City’s Bea Conenna, Polette (who shared stages with the likes of Deep Purple and Shakira), Josefina Aufranc and recently with teen singer and TV actress Pauli Cugnata. “All of them are amazing professional singers with thousands of hours of live and studio work” says Emiliano, “I’m very proud of the girls I work with. Besides, they’re all very pretty”.

All the songs were produced by Emiliano Canal except for the opening track “I Want You (To Be My Baby)”, which was produced by producer Osi Tejerina (who also directs a record label in Buenos Aires). 9 of the songs are featured in 2019 versions, with an improved sound. “Future Nights” was commercially unreleased (only as part of a free compilation). 

“A new Canal Pop period is beginning”, says Emiliano. “New songs, new singers, bigger and better plans”. In the meantime, the world can listen to Not Mister Right: An Introduction To Canal Pop to catch the mood.




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Friday, February 15, 2019

02/ 2019 New release: Canal Pop feat. Pauli Cugnata – Let’s Move

Eternal Sunday presents another single by synthpop artist Canal Pop, this time featuring the beautiful and young singer and actress Pauli Cugnata on vocals. The song is called “Let’s Move” and it’s an ironic look at someone who feels that his or her life must go on somewhere else. As usual, the production features a classic synthpop/ synthwave arrangement with lots of analog synthesizers sounds. Two remixes were added to the single, both by DJ and producer German Kreff.




Canal Pop feat. Pauli Cugnata – Let’s Move on iTunes




Preview Canal Pop feat. Pauli Cugnata – Let’s Move


Friday, September 15, 2017

09/ 2017 New release: Canal Pop feat. Arabescos – How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?

Eternal Sunday presents Canal Pop‘s new single, a cover of the Pet Shop Boys classic “How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?”. The track was featured in 2016 in the compilation Prism, a tribute to Pet Shop Boys released by the German music portal Electrozombies (containing songs performed by some of the best artists in the electropop/ synthpop/ synthwave international underground scene like Parralox, Junksista, Machinista, Technique, etc.).

How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? is Canal Pop’s first collaboration with singer Arabescos. The single features the single version that appeared in the compilation and a killer remix by German Kreff.




Get Canal Pop feat. Arabescos – How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? on iTunes




Preview Canal Pop feat. Arabescos – How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?
 



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Friday, April 21, 2017

04/ 2017 New release: Canal Pop feat. Polette – Moonlight Shadow (2017 Version)

Eternal Sunday releases a new version of the 1983 Mike Oldfield hit “Moonlight Shadow” by Canal Pop feat. Polette. The song has already been released in 2012 as the b-side of the single “Electricity”, but the artist was not happy with that version.

“The version released in 2012 was not finished, we were working on it and a hard disk crashed so I had to use the only mix I had”, says Emiliano Canal, AKA Canal Pop. “Luckily enough, we were able to recover the original files and make a new version, the way I originally wanted it so sound”.

As usual, the song features the whole Canal Pop production package: carefully produced amazing female vocals and a synth-lead infectious rhythm that makes people want to dance.




Canal Pop feat. Polette - Moonlight Shadow (2017 Version) on iTunes store






Preview Canal Pop feat. Polette - Moonlight Shadow (2017 Version)




Promo video ES 2299 Canal Pop feat. Polette - Moonlight Shadow 2017 Promo video ES 2299 Canal Pop feat. Polette - Moonlight Shadow 2017





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Friday, February 17, 2017

02/ 2017 New release: Canal Pop feat. Polette – I Want You (To Be My Baby) (German Kreff Dub)

Eternal Sunday presents Canal Pop feat. PoletteI Want You (To Be My Baby) (German Kreff Dub). The single features a killer remix of the Canal Pop feat. Polette catchy song “I Want You (To Be My Baby)” made by electronic music producer and remixer German Kreff.









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Preview Canal Pop feat. Polette – I Want You (To Be My Baby) (German Kreff Dub)



Monday, November 14, 2016

11/ 2016 New Canal Pop song on Prism – A Tribute To Pet Shop Boys by Electrozombies

 A new Canal Pop song, a version of "How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously" will be available as part of the compilation Prism - A Tribute To Pet Shop Boys, released by the electropop music blog Electrozombies, from Germany. 

The song features vocals by Argentinean singer Arabescos, in her first collaboration with Canal Pop.  

The official page for the tribute is here. It features 22 tracks, all of them cover versions of Pet Shop Boys songs performed by some of the best artists in the electropop/ synthpop/ synthwave international underground scene (names like Parralox, Junksista, Machinista, Technique, etc.). As usual, Canal Pop is the only artist from Argentina.    




Canal Pop feat. Arabescos - How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously



The official tracklist:

Machinista – West End Girls
Parralox – Flamboyant
Love? – Rent Twisted Destiny – Home And Dry
Nerd Revolt – Minimal
KNIGHT$ – Heart (Feat. Ys Atlov And Loic Rathscheck)
Junksista – It’s A Sin
La Femme Verte – Being Boring
Presence | of | Mind – I’m With Stupid
Retrogramme – Left To My Own Devices
Alphamay – Can You Forgive Her?
Lucifer’s Dream – One More Chance
Atomzero – Opportunities
Sad January – Love Comes Quickly
Space March – Two Divided By Zero
Technique – So Hard
Ferrochrome – Psychological
nTTx – Suburbia
Foretaste – Love Is A Catastrophe
Train To Spain – Domino Dancing  
Canal Pop – How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (feat. Arabescos) TourdeForce – Integral




Prism - A Tribute To Pet Shop Boys (Official Teaser)




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