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Ready For SONAR 2014
The international music and art festival Sonar celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2013 and plans are already being announced for Sonar 2014. Some of the world’s biggest artists are slated to perform at the festival in 2014, as well as new and unreleased performers. Famous names like Richie Hawtin and Massive Attack are [...]
Rodriguez JR Interview
Rodriguez Jr. – Podcast Analogik – 01.2014 Lots of people would like to know something about your personal background. What was your life like before your music career? How did you know you wanted to pursue music? Music has always been around me. As a child, I remember I could spend hours browsing [...]
Electronic Anniversary: On the Ground at Sonar 2013
In the days leading up to the Sonar Festival’s 20th anniversary, most people had some expectations of what they might experience. They planned on partying, good drinks, meeting new people and, most importantly, getting a chance to see some of the most exciting new performers in electronic music alongside the legends who helped to [...]
These Places Might Change Your Life: The Greatest Dance Clubs and Festivals
Ask any fan of dance music and they will almost always have a particular club or festival that they call their favourite. Some fans are fiercely loyal to their local scene and others have a strong emotional connection to a certain venue because of the good times they had there. Among all of [...]
Life in Plastik: Richie Hawtin and the Rise of Minimal Techno
No discussion about the history of electronic music would be complete without a mention of the storied career of Richie Hawtin. Richie’s catalog represents an important link between the earliest roots of techno and the electronica scene of today. In an era marked by stifling convention, Richie found success by holding fast to [...]
Womp.in is an electronic music discovery service headed by Jason Wimp. It’s being built by a very small team, and we expect to launch our alpha-stage release at the end of March or early in April. Our public beta does not have a set launch date, but will most likely become available in May; hopefully we can release it even earlier.
We “crowd source” our content from SoundCloud, YouTube and from raw uploads, which allows us to offer the latest and most popular tracks for free, with no fees whatsoever. Our service provides a beautiful fullscreen web application interface, which is compatible with all desktop browsers, with mobile support coming soon. Users need only to log into our service to start listening to the latest and greatest music.
Tesseltode has released new album called “The silver lining”. You can hear it and buy it here:
“The silver lining” is also available for a free download with monthly limit of free downloads.
Tesseltode used FL studio for his album and managed to create electronic music with lots of weird chords and melodies. Definitely worth checking out.
Originally hailing from Germany, the connect, hip hop producer evolved into electro artist just released his digital debut EP “Momentary comfort”,
Topdeejays.com website features more than 1200 DJs organized by their genres, home countries and popularity on social networks. The goal is to create the biggest database and most relevant chart with the help of EDM community.
Fans can browse through their favorite artist’s media feed where they can listen to tracks from Soundcloud and Beatport or watch videos from YouTube. It’s a one-stop-shop for all true fans who want to keep track on their artists’ latest work. It is also a valuable resource for promoters who want to get an idea about which artist to book for their events.
Italian in origin and living in paris, Mateo is an artist of the French Electronic underground scene.
Event organizer of the prestigious Global Progress, he know has touched his public by offering a different and exclusive programming in the best Parisian clubs like Man Ray, The Showcase.
His numerous collaborations even talk of them, we note the presence of artists like Nicole Moudaber, Sebastien Leger,Coyu, Umek or even Phunk Investigation …
Matthew Wade was born and raised in southern Idaho. While in his teens he made video art projects, played in various death metal and hard-core bands, and was obsessed with video-taping everything he and his friends did, legal or otherwise.
Klartraum (Lucidflow, Soma, Darkroom Dubs, 100% Pure, Ministry of Sound, Absurd Rec.)
Klartraum is German for the stage of lucid dream, when you become aware that you are dreaming and are able to manipulate your surroundings.
Driving deep into the subconscious, their music envelopes and surrounds its listeners creating a world in which just like a dream, things are never as they seem. With an aquatic fluidity and warm, wave like pulses, their music gently lulls you into this trance like state, allowing accepted structures to become contorted and morph into