Up-and-coming London-based vocalist and producer Rationale has quickly captured the attention of the blogosphere, as his debut track “Fast Lane” which was released last month received 450,000 plays and quickly climbed to the top of the Hype Machine charts. And with the release of his second single “Re.Up,” you’ll see why the British artist has quickly won the attention of the blogosphere, as Rationale’s sound possesses an effortless genre spanning sound – in particular, the song contains elements of breezy, cinematic, 80s-inspired synth pop and R&B but interestingly enough manages to subtly channel Roxy Music and contemporary acts such as Haerts, as it’s a moody yet sensual track consisting of gorgeously ethereal boy and girl harmonies, swirling and shimmering synths and sinuous bass.