Guys, it’s been a crazy five years. I can’t believe what this little blog/webzine turned into and I will be forever grateful for all the love I’ve received because of it. So many musicians from so many different backgrounds and genres, I never imagined that I’d get this lucky. The thing is, trying to balance […]
Brownout is a band that demands your attention. The Latin funk group is a powerhouse in every section of their instrumentals and their vocals. The songs on Over the Covers are powerful and get you moving in a whole different gear. They have fantastic hooks that are placed over fantastic grooves and melodic lines in […]
The music of Araqsana is not for the faint of heart. The influences of Jazz Fusion, Hardcore Punk, Jam Bands, and Experimental Electronic music all create a sonic experience that is really for the initiated in the experimental instrumental world. In this EP, should you choose to experience it, you will find exceptional musicianship and […]
Monday 1 is a track from New Tendencies’ album Missed Month that is for deep fans of electronic music that leans towards the avant-garde, as well as glitch. There is no defining melody, but rather a coalescence of various tones via modular synth over a malleable beat. I still think it is worth a listen […]
Composer Ricardo Alves’ project a passage to the stars is a fantastic example of how melody is so diverse in ambient music. The sound effects and light percussive synth sounds only add to the complex yet approachable sound that Alves creates. 321 days is a continuation of what makes a passage to the stars great, […]
The soft and upbeat sound of Alois is perfect for summer. Such is the case with their newest single Flowers, which is an indie track that is sure to put you in a calm and happy mood. The melodic hooks are fantastic and the instrumentals are such a great compliment to the soft vocal delivery.
I really love all types of electronic musician, it is only natural as a composer of the musical genre. Bands that really got me hooked on the genre come out of the 80s, especially groups like Depeche Mode and so on. In the resurgence of synth-based music I feel like there hasn’t been enough “80s […]