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Simply put I’m an avid music listener, devotee, and follower. I love it so much that I decided to develop this blog dedicated to every musical artist and band that I enjoy.
I hope to enlighten any potential listeners that may be out there on some great music.
This also serves as a great way to put all of my musical ideals and thoughts out to the world. High hopes for your appreciation
Here is a link to some of my material. Like it or not:
If you're up for sharing musical ideas, or just wish to contact me feel free to send an email to (((((firstname.lastname@example.org))))) Cheers.
※A blog dedicated to all electronic music and anything else that might cross my mind in the realm of sound... Along with the occasional release here and there.※
#Machindrum @ The Basement - 12/13/13 #Atlanta (at The Basement)
This has been untouched for years…Shame. #toymadness (at City Of Decatur Water Tower)
After more than 17 years online, Pitchfork is venturing into print. Today we’re proud to announce The Pitchfork Review, a perfect-bound quarterly music publication that combines new long-form feature stories, photography, illustrations and other ephemera with selected recent pieces from Pitchfork. The first issue will be released December 14.
With contributions from the Pitchfork staff and edited by J.C. Gabel of Stop Smiling and The Chicagoan, The Pitchfork Review is designed and conceptualized in-house, and printed locally in Chicago. This beautifully designed, limited-run publication on high quality paper stock is meant to be kept on your shelf and read and enjoyed over the long term. While we remain committed to covering the world of independent music and beyond, as well as innovating in the digital sphere, we’ve always been huge fans of the print medium. The Pitchfork Review will allow us to extend our passion for music, images, and storytelling into a new arena.
The Pitchfork Review will be available via subscription at the publication’s website and select newsstands domestically and internationally. Prior to December 15, subscriptions will be priced at an annual introductory rate of $44.99 ($49.99 after Dec. 15, 2013) and single copies will be available for $19.96 in honor of the year that Pitchfork debuted. In addition to the four quarterly editions of The Pitchfork Review, subscribers will receive exclusive digital content, invitations to special events, and a limited edition subscriber gift.
MoRuf – Fallen (Prod. By MeLo-X)
The lyrical portrayal is nice on this one. With the accompanied James Blake feel via MeLo-X, it’s a perfect match given the meaning of both this track and James Blake’s original track The Wilhelm Scream. Usually when an artist or producer samples this heavily I find myself off put by it. This unfortunately results to an immediate skip. However this one is different. Play it below and see for yourself.
Check out this groovy selection as the prime of Berlin reins in this progressive and evolving Techno House beat. SNTST is an ideal name considering his talent at only the age of 19 but I’d expect nothing less coming from our most beloved Berlin, the almost literal capital for Techno and House. He is set to release his Self Therapy project via Boys Noize Records on November 18. Keep an eye out for it but in the meantime warm your palate with the selection below.
Hi Fi Girl of the week – Marilyn via Audio Tweak
This is an excerpt from the music for the film Death of the Red Planet (1973) which was featured in the July 1973 issue of American Cinematographer. You can read this article here.
The music was created on the Buchla 200 system (The Electric Music Box) and was the first quadraphonic electronic music soundtrack composed for a motion picture.
Drake – Worst Behaviour (Eric Dingus Remix)
Check out this remix of Drakes Worst Behavior coming from a young and upcoming producer that goes by the name of Eric Dingus. 18 is but number when compared to this seemingly professionally produced track. I love to see young producers like this showcasing superb talent.
Below is a link to his imprint. Check it out for some choice verbal selections offered from the pristine perception of an intellectual youth.