In 1999, the word "Freezepop" gained a new meaning. No, (probably)not some depraved sexual innuendo, but the name of a band consisting primarily of robots singing love songs accompanied by gameboy sounds.
Freezepop originally made all their music on a Yamaha QY-70, a MIDI sequencer with very little variety or sound quality. Simply put, all they had in the early days was a piece of shit computer program that made them sound like a gameboy color. As they developed a following and earned some cash, they were able to splurge on a much more expensive way to sound slightly better. Their use of Auto-tuned vocals drenched in reverb over an equally robotic keytar and a sampled repetitive drum beat gives them a swirling, mid-tempo techno vibe that would sound great if you were on ecstacy- or if you were a cyborg from the future.