Pluko is slowly becoming one of my favorite artists. His sound is a combination of weird and chill sounds that I can listen to when trying to unwind or just driving down the street. Today, he released the sixth volume of his Outer Thoughts mix series and it does not disappoint. The mix is about 11
The dance music maestro that is Deadmau5 has officially released his full orchestral album on all streaming platforms. Originally only exclusive to Tidal, the album can now be listened to on whichever service you prefer. This is absolutely an album worth going through from beginning to end, complete with everything a masterful orchestral compilation can
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Aeron Aether, celebrated veteran composer and longstanding mastering engineer for the Silk Music imprint, has released dozens of beloved singles and remixes in his illustrious career, including collaborations with the likes of Matt Darey and Mango. Ten years in the making, his debut album, “Landscapes & Dimensions,” finds the Hungarian virtuoso in peak form. A
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Amidst a blanket of monotony in the bass world, Tor has risen as one of the new wave of forward-thinking talent introducing an aural breath of fresh air.
The producer wriggled his way into the spotlight not too long ago thanks in part to Emancipator, and quickly made a name for himself thanks to his creative arrangement and fearlessness around pushing his own musical boundaries. His debut album on Emancipator’s Loci imprint, Drum Therapy, was met with critical acclaim, thus leading him to land a second album on the label in 2016 that most would say conquered the Sophomore slump.
Tor will be making his Lightning In A Bottle debut come Memorial Day weekend, where he will be delighting his crowds with a multifaceted performance. Before seeing him, however, he decided to make an official “introduction” to his work:
“I wanted to make this mix as bit of an introduction for people who maybe haven’t heard my music before, mixed in with some songs I’ve been enjoying lately as well as a showcase of what I’ve been up to recently with some unreleased remixes and hints of what you might hear at my LIB set this year. Cheers!”
Tor – Two Suns
Tor – Two Suns (CloZee Remix)
IHF – Departure
CloZee – Secret Place (Tor Remix)
Tourist – Hush
Maya Jane Coles – Bo & Wing
Nuage – Every PPL
Tor – Vaults
??? – ??? (Tor Remix)
RUFUS DU SOL – Innerbloom (Tor Remix)
??? – ??? (Tor Remix)
Edamame – Sable (feat. Tor)
Affelaye – Whir
Curatorial excellence on Anjunadeep‘s part is evident in their newest signee, boerd. The James Grant-run imprint isn’t afraid to travel outside its usual deep and progressive confines every so often, and in this case has stumbled upon a promising ambient talent.
Boerd’s debut EP on the label, Static, is intellectual and nuanced, playing around with spacey elements, white noise, and atmospheric soundscapes to create complexity sans a rhythmic crutch. Such a feat is easy for the Swedish newcomer, who draws extensive experience from his time as a double bassist for various prolific orchestras.
“Lid,” for example, opens Static on a warm note, with crackles lining the background of a guitar-laden soundscape whose chords gently caress the ears. This sentiment persists throughout the EP, continuing on into a smooth, piano and vocal-assisted “Fragment II” and a dissonant, string-filled “Void.” Time is skewed without a constant metronome, making these three tracks feel like they fly by.
Like “Fragment II,” “Diorama” involves heightened lower frequencies and subtle percussion, pairing together with warm background accents and jubilant synths to create a feeling of elation. “Blind” is the most energized track on Static, employing guitar riffs, powerful verses, and hollow vocal edits into a nostalgic, laid-back listen.
“Ebb” closes Static with an homage to classical, Medieval sounds. A choir hums out somber melodies, with the mood further amplified by slight hints of oregon, and moving piano and synth progressions. Though minimal, the piece has a profound effect.
It’s safe to say boerd’s time in the electrosphere spearheading a new ambient movement will be one to watch.
Pick up a copy of ‘Static’ here
The Australian based producer is back with a soulful and moving tune that is bound to take you to another world. Entitled ‘Disappear’, this emotional track is a flowing piece of electronic music that beautifully captures it’s inherent meaning and can resonate with anyone listening to it. The song wraps you in a cocoon of
Producer Brian Simon stuns on his latest release as Anenon. “Two for C” taps into the producer’s keen ability to weave disparate influences into cohesive, lush, and atmospheric pieces. The hauntingly ethereal track shimmers with otherworldly beauty as almost elegiac instrumental melodies carry it forward.
If “Two for C” is any indication, Simon’s forthcoming EP Tongue — out February 9 via Friends of Friends — will be exactly the lush melange of neo-classical, jazz, and ambient electronic elements fans have been waiting for.
Australian dream team Jono Ma (of Jagwar Ma) and Angus Gruzman (of Dreems and Die Orangen) present The Dreemas, an EP that will be out mid-January via Kompakt. Jono Ma and Dreems have teamed up to create a minimalist piece full of ambient vibes and glowing melodies. “Can’t Stop My Dreaming” is notable for its downtempo, relaxed sound which showcases rumbling excerpts of bass and intriguing, distorted vocal samples. Starting off the new year right, Jona Ma and Dreems have set the bar high for what’s to come.
Earlier this year, the German-enthraller Christian Löffler released a reworked edition of his 2016 album Mare. Brimming with ethereal material, one of its particular standouts was a piano-driven take on “Haul” from the French artist Superpoze. Now, the two are reworking with each other’s material once more as Superpoze’s just released a deluxe edition of his record, For We the living, which features just three remixes, one being from Löffler.
Considering that Löffler resides near the Baltic sea, it makes sense that his music is deeply fluid, enveloping, and vastly amorphous. In his own bio, he describes his music as a combination of “melancholy with euphoria.” He continues, “All my music is connected by a gloomy spirit, which is minted by a warm sincerity. I try to merge all kinds of different acoustic colors to obtain this feeling in my music.” His take on Superpoze’s new deluxe album title track, “For We the Living,” feels very much driven by this aforementioned gloomy spirit. It’s even more mellow than Superpoze’s original, which is surely a difficult feat, and also explores a pleasing, eerily evocative sonic realm.
Up and coming producer Kaivon has been releasing some crazy tracks this past year and with every release he seems to be getting better and better. His latest track, entitled ‘Touch’, was just recently released and it stands a testament to this artist’s obvious talent. The track, featuring singer Pauline Herr, takes you for a
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