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Posts Tagged ‘Electronic’

Trazmo: “Moving On” – a lush style of production

Twenty-nine year-old Trazmo is an up-an-coming French artist. Specializing in electronic genres, the producer has been making music for 10 years now. His latest offering is the Tropical House track, “Moving On”, out via the...


Somaya: “Stand Up” – a representation of the artist’s emotional and musical psyche

The album, “Stand Up” sits waiting like cream inside an éclair. Most tracks are like immaculate shells that are waiting to expose themselves with the magnetism of the right artistic match. The same is true of the best song...



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Kenneth Kane: “Light & Shadow” – electronic music that delves deep into emotion

Can someone please explain how it is possible for people to not love trance music? Trance is one of my favorite types of electronic music because it is the most transporting to me. Trance is able to break down tracks into deep ...



Nega Blast X: “The Experiment” – a combination of driving beats with hints of industrial heaviness

There’s really no words to describe the sound of Nega Blast X. The Burbank music arranger, author and digital artist, Dominic R Daniels, sole proprietor of the Nega Blast X project, is in a realm of his own and hardly ma...


Lee Lee Lanea: “Basswhipped” seamlessly blends several electronic musical aesthetics

Beats aren’t gendered. So why are we still in the dark ages when it comes to gender equality in the music studio? Women represent less than 5% of music producers and engineers. Yes, the music industry—like every industr...



Nega Blast X: “We Want to Rock” – energetic dance beats and industrial grind

Nega Blast X is a trance techno industrial music project formed in 2010 by Burbank music arranger and author Dominic R Daniels. Techno, which is all too often the misnomer branded to all music that sounds computer generated, of...


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Jordan Everist: “Vacancy” lands on the planet of chill and bliss!

Jordan Everist is a creative from Portland, Oregon. His love of music began when he was 4, but really took off in his high school years. Since then he has been producing music professionally for short films, cartoons, and music...


Woochia: “Travels” is his most cohesive offering to date

London-based French music and video producer, Charly Sauret aka Woochia, is influenced by artists such as Tool, Heretik and Beethoven, which is a fairly good indication of the vast creative spectrum his music is composed within...



G.H. Hat: “I Got a Problem (I Wonder…)” ft. Mickey Shiloh – thudding bass lines, cutting synths and blasting horns

If you listen to electronic music, even if you don’t listen to what is colloquially dubbed as electro-soul or electro-funk, chances are that you’ve at least heard of it. These are sub-genre that are hard to label. They’re...


His upcoming album, “Beautiful People” is Valentino Mitaj’s biggest project to date

A household name in his mother country, Valentino Mitaj is already a bonafide pop star. In fact, the music he makes is best identified as “popular music” in native Albania, a genre which features traditional folk beats &...