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Posts Tagged ‘Electronic’

“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...



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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...



DasMeter: “I Want You” – their musical grandeur is greater than it was before

During January of 2017, real-life brothers Darren (Keyboard, Drums) and Michael (Guitar, Vocals) an American music duo project that goes by the name of DasMeter, dropped their critically acclaimed 13 track album “Evoluti...


BASSEAH: “Mineral Rave” never feels like it is overstaying its welcome

BASSEAH (Deniz B. Turan) is an alumni of the Berklee College of Music in Boston with a focus on composing and producing interactive music for video games, and is originally from Istanbul, Turkey. His artistic emphasis is on ri...



Pool Moon Elephant: “Island’s Eye” – returning to their key field of expertise

In the last 6 or 7 years electronic dance music has turned into an even bigger monster. Avicii dominated Spotify, David Guetta headlined festivals, and Calvin Harris is one of the world’s highest-paid performers. It means...


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MoEoStAr: “Algorythmic Intelligence” – The beauty of this single, lies in its simplicity

Norwegian Independent producer Mattias Gillis Winge Rudh better known as MoEoStAr, played the clarinet and saxophone in various bands while growing up. He started producing in the 1990s, but gave it up while pursuing an enginee...


Lion Vega: “You Can Dance” – an incredible talent for sound design

Lion Vega’s dream of making music stopped in 1998, with the advent of having a job, having a family, needing money, and no time left between any of these things. During the period leading up to 2006, Vega found a few moments ...



Emerald Suspension – each track on offer is identified by its own singular and distinguished sound

Minneapolis collective Emerald Suspension is the experimental art collective that combined stock market and economic data to make experimental music on their album, “Playing the Market”.  Their creative spirit now takes o...


Anomalous Leaf: “Ellipsis” – a quietly masterful and emotionally rich work

Irfan Azam, alias Anomalous Leaf, is the kind of artist that you think about in terms of scale. There is the sheer size of his songs –  the “Sojourner” mini-suite has a fifteen minute playing time – but also the si...