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Posts Tagged ‘Electronic’

Nadia: “I Left My Heart In California” – her stories and emotions are truly her own

Pop singer songwriter Nadia is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and is now a recording artist based out of New York. The artist who freshly released her new single, “I Left My Heart In California” states that: “...


Jason Miller: “Poundtown” – the attention to detail is stunning

“Poundtown” is a beautifully composed album that probably marks a defining moment in Jason Miller’s career. He has a sound that has developed far beyond the type of music that is simply suitable for a DJ set. There is muc...



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Jim Session: “Storming”- cinematic and dark, it is somehow uplifting too!

Sometimes a recording amazes you because you’ve never heard anything like it.  But the opposite can also happen; a track blows you away because it seems to draw from lots of music you’ve heard and love, and combine...



Delta Station: “An Unexpected Turn of Events” work its magic in countless different iterations

The little 14 year old Australian genius who goes by the moniker of Delta Station, has a new album out. And, somewhat predictably, it’s another utter and perfect treat. Before you listen to Delta Station’s latest album ...


Toni Castells: 2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal? – will leave you breathless

Toni Castells is a Hispano-British composer currently based in London. A lecturer at Imperial College London and the London College of Music, his sonic worlds transpire an inherited precocious classical training with an invent...



POOL MOON ELEPHANT: “FLUKY ISLAND” – expansive, thinking people’s electronic music

Released June 21 via the Symphonic Distribution label, “FLUKY ISLAND” is the brand new 5-track EP from electronic duo POOL MOON ELEPHANT. A storming journey through various rhythmic styles, combining the duo’s skills to...


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Black Malachite: “Nightfall”- resonating guitars, rich pianos and dark ambience

The decision by any musical project to go without a vocalist will lead to either disaster or a determination to avoid redundancy. Add to that the fact that most bands live and die by the growth and maturity of their music. ...


“Miracles” – ARTEM CITHARA (ft. Nicole Elizabeth & Slick Sax) features extensive musicality

Artem Cithara (producer, composer), Nicole Elizabeth (vocals) and Slick Sax (saxophone), make a dynamic team on their brand new single “Miracles”. At once haunting, retro and modern, you’ll fall in love with Nicole...



Karma Butler: “5517” – relentlessly and definitively radio friendly

Karma Butler began singing in church as a young boy. He then broadened his singing talents in middle school and was able to fine tune his singing abilities during many live traveling performances, and daily vocal tutoring sessi...


DAV!D&CLARA: “The Art of Audio” – a superb and surprising piece of work

A new DAV!D&CLARA release is always a highly anticipated, and unpredictable, musical event. The duo (yes, duo. One may be a human, and the other a computer, but they operate like a duo) generally stay within the lines of me...