Maurice Rickard (Pittsburgh, United States) released an electronic set made using a kit-built synth (Bleep Labs Nebulophone), Moog Filtatron and remixed everything on the fly in Ableton Live. It’s noisy, darkly atmospheric, twitchily danceable, and strange–like post-apocalyptic dance music for funky robots.
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 [...]
The San Francisco Bay Area continues to steer experimental music and collaborative art practice together down a curious path, creating a buzz (clicks and beeps) as it goes. One of the hot projects in the Bay, ‘CMT creates: music’, is now reaching out worldwide to work with digital musicians through their CALL to Artists (www.timjohnphillips.com/recordings).
Hectic Zeniths is the work of bedroom producer and multi-instrumentalist Adam Morgan Prince. Nearly three years in the making, the densely layered project builds around original piano compositions with an atmospheric collage of chopped and pitched dollar-bin vinyl samples, live instrumentation, synths, and haunting vocals. Featuring violinist Patrick Bailey, guitarist Dave Cohen, and The Yetti on drums.
Following the recent “Himmel Strasse” Ep in June 2011 charted by Mark Broom (July # 1st), Paul Nazca, DeepChord/Echospace, Jack De Narseille, Los Hermanos, Dj Deep…
Here is the new “Sonne und Stahl” Ep:
The Sexy House Vibes Podcast is released every 15th and last day of a month and presents the best
in House, Tech House and Progressive. Host and Deejay of the Podcast is the talented German
Martin Teik. He has the aim to bring you only the sexiest tracks in electronic music and to bring
people the feeling of leaving the world behind. Enjoy the session and get ready – here it is!
The new mix is filled with massive tunes of the new single’s of EDX, Andrew Bennett, Ferry
Corsten, Ivan Gough and many more.
So don’t waste your time, download it for free!
PLAGIARISM, STEALING, COPYRIGHT…
When I saw for the first time Banksy “parody” on Pablo Picasso quote “Good Artists Copy, Great Artists Steal”, I was impressed. He conducted Pablos quote into action, but
somehow I have never believed that people can be so much rude and without shame in a real world until I discovered Alex Di Stefano story.
Apparently, one day Alex Di Stefano discovered guy who copyrighted over 15 of his tracks, and that guy sold “his” music on every major digital shop, he even printed CDs
and sold them. Funniest part was that he didn’t even tried to cover that up, he was doing it so obviously and aggressive like he was proud for what he was doing.
And yes, he was proud. Proud copyrighted. Proud thief. Proud plagiarist.
Silicone Soul has a significant place in today’s modern club music scene. This master DJ’s duo by Craig Morrison and Graeme Reedie is bonded by their soulful remixes and sounds that are unique and interesting, true to their souls and to their music. It gave me great pleasure to meet and greet this musical duo.