First Listen: "The System" Disturbs the Groove Again with New Single

The pioneering synth duo The System, comprised of lead singer Mic Murphy and keyboardist David Frank, rode the '80s wave of emerging synth/MIDI music technology to help lay the foundation for contemporary electronic popular music with their upfront, unapologetic use of synths and intelligent songwriting. Their revolutionary single "You Are in My System" helped to usher in a new era of electronically based pop music, and their #1 hit, "Don't Disturb This Groove," set a permanent place for them in music history.

The pioneering synth duo The System, comprised of lead singer Mic Murphy and keyboardist David Frank, rode the '80s wave of emerging synth/MIDI music technology to help lay the foundation for contemporary electronic popular music with their upfront, unapologetic use of synths and intelligent songwriting. Their revolutionary single "You Are in My System" helped to usher in a new era of electronically based pop music, and their #1 hit, "Don't Disturb This Groove," set a permanent place for them in music history.

Well the duo is back and still making interesting, electronics-laden music. They have a new album, System Overload, coming soon and we have the first single, "Mother Ungh Ungh," as our newest First Listen. It is the unmistakeable sound of The System.

Check it out below and tell us what you think!

 

 

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