So much good music out there at the moment. Like this DJ mix of exclusively unreleased tracks by Dark Sky, for instance.
A 10 minutes, 42 seconds reminder of everything that is right and good about electronic dance music in 2020.
An album tells a lot about the character of the musician/s who produced it. However, a mixtape can be just as personal because it channels sonic emotions and aural atmospheres through the filter that is the human mind of the person who created it. Also, it speaks volumes about the musical horizion of this person.…
“Headphones on (it only works with headphones), eyes close, and you’ll be somewhere entirely different!” A truly great electronic music producers of our time goes 3D. The sound of Max Cooper has been pushing boundaries for quite some time already, his albums and live mixes are highly immersive listening experiences. Now he takes us one…
A beautifully eerie atmosphere, created by the skilful entanglement of strong pictures and a track from Etapp Kyle’s forthcoming EP on Ostgut Ton.
A cinematic mix of Ambient and Electronica by Wanderwelle, clearly living up to the name of the label / podcast series.
“All manner of dub, flowing from the oceanic stylings of the opening cut to the mid-way point’s deep atmospheres and the closing cut’s floating pads—all of which are underpinned by deep low-slung grooves.” Via XLR8R.
A Strangely Isolated Place shares a great recollection of some of the Ambient, Downbeat and mellow Electronica goodness that made 2018 another year of fantastic new music.
One hour of mellow dopeness.
“I recorded a mix for Resident Advisor stringing together an hour of danceable club tracks without any kick drums. I’ve been playing a lot of this stuff in my sets over the last few years and have been meaning to record a mix like this for a while.” Quite an exciting approach. Even more so…
One hour of music that has been resonating with my soul during these past years, most of which I spent in the close proximity of great bodies of salt water.
Dutch duo Wanderwelle is responsible for some rather exciting music at the moment, both in the fields of Ambient and Dub Techno. Their recent DJ mix for Monument takes us on a smooth ride through electronic genres and tempi.
Jon Hopkins’ last album would have been the perfect terminus for a musical career that burns out rather than fading away. However, he faced the extremely high anticipations and released another album. Singularity might not be quite as groundbreaking and innovative as the last album – but it surely is a worthy successor. Ecstasy and…
Adam Freeland – a man who needs no further introduction to readers of this blog. He just dropped a brand new DJ mix for Solid Steel Radio and, no big surprise here, it’s pretty damn eclectic, diverse and catchy. Also he told some words about his life in the desert and his most recent creative…
While the Psytrance scene seems to be stuck in an endless loop of the same artists playing the same sound for many years already, other electronic music genres are getting deeper, more ethereal and even psychedelic in very fresh and innovative ways. What happens at the Ranch-o-Relaxo gatherings in Australia is a perfect example for…
Max Cooper facilitates an ethereal, highly musical journey through a wide range of contemporary electronic genres.
Extending over 1 hour and bordering the realms of cheesiness at some points, here’s a sonic kingdom full of ecstatic, sunlit soundscapes.
A musical journey from Dope Beats to mellow dancability and back: Dolph delivers the goods and proves himself once again to be a highly eclectic DJ.
Complementing the release of their mutual album Particle Fields, Robot Koch and Savannah Jo Lack take us on a nearly hour-long time travel through the soothing realms of Classic, Neo Classic and mellow electronic music.
Robot Koch played a live set for Boiler Room together with vocalist Delhia De France. It took place in front of video projection that provided the pefect visual match for the warm, organic sound of this performance.