Video by Jesse Kanda
Xen. The debut album by Arca – out now.
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Arca European Tour
w/ Jesse Kanda
27th November – ICA, London – Sold Out
28th November – Rotonde, Brussels (bit.ly/arca-brussels)
1st December – Point Ephemere, Paris (bit.ly/arca-paris)
4th December – OT301, Amsterdam (bit.ly/arca-amsterdam)
5th December – Berghain, Berlin (bit.ly/arca-berlinberghain)
After a memorable collaboration with Daft Punk on 2013’s Random Access Memories, electronic music legend Giorgio Moroder is back, releasing his first album of solo material in over 30 years. Announced today, the album is set to drop in spring 2015 on Sony/RCA and features a new batch of notable collaborators including Britney Spears, Sia, Kylie Minogue, Charli XCX, and more. Alongside the album announcement comes a new video for the track “74 is the New 24,” premiering exclusively on The Creators Project.
The video, directed by Jai Lewis with help from Andromeda Software Development, is a striking digital landscape of beautiful, strange images that demand rewatching. “We wanted to achieve that Giorgio Moroder ‘retro-future’ feel,” explains Lewis, who is also collaborating with Moroder on a 2015 DJ tour. Lewis continues: “His attention to detail is especially sharp and the sheer amount of time dedicated to this production will surely reflect this. I don’t know how this man has the energy to tour, work on an new album, be a family man, and last of all, musical pioneer.” The Creators Project spoke to the man himself, Giorgio Moroder, about his career, creative process, and influence on modern music.
Cymatics is the science of visualizing sound waves.
From the album ‘Solar Echoes’.
Download the video in 4k. All of the science experiments in the video are real. Watch behind the scenes and see how it was made.
Directed by ShahirDaud.com
Cinematographer: Timur Civan
Out on December 16 but available right here in pre-order on vinyl is the newest mini-album by Mute Records signed electronic act The Knife. On this new mini-album The Knife, a Swedish electronic music duo from which formed in 1999, offers eight classic The Knife tracks featuring new renditions of songs from across their discography. The tracks were reworked especially for the band’s ‘Shaking The Habitual’ North Americantour in the Spring of 2014. Two of the tracks, “Pass This On (Shaken-Up Version)” and “Stay Out Here (Shaken-Up Version)” feature vocals from Light Asylum’s Shannon Funchess.
After 3 years of work, Tregenza (former singer/songwriter of Goteki and guitarist for Visage) has released his first solo album “Into The Void”. The new album is a fusion of his various experiences – electro from Goteki, new romantic from Visageand orchestral/cinematic sounds from his work for video games (including ‘Aliens Vs Predator’ and the ‘Crysis & Timesplitters’ series). Tregenza will be touring the album in the new year. It’s available now on iTunes and Amazon MP3, and free for a limited time from http://tregenza.bandcamp.com .
Sync Audio With Video
By Exit Bar
Sound effects created with a Micro Moog from 1975 and an Ibanez AD-80 Analog Delay pedal from 1979.
Micro Moog: http://www.vintagesynth.com/moog/micr…
Ibanez AD-80 Analog Delay: http://www.tonehome.de/ibanez-effects…
Background video description:
so, my second try with future pop, hope i got it now…
Sub37, Pro2, BS II, Leipzig-S, GrooveAgent
The first of a trio of music videos released by ESA to celebrate the first ever attempted soft landing on a comet by ESA’s Rosetta mission.
Vangelis, the world-renowned musician, has composed this piece of music specially for ESA and inspired by the Rosetta mission. Vangelis’s music is often linked to themes of science, history and exploration, and he is best known for his Academy Award–winning score for the film Chariots of Fire, composing scores for the films Antarctica, Blade Runner, 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Alexander, and the use of his music in the documentary series Cosmos, by Carl Sagan.
Vangelis said: “Mythology, science and space exploration are subjects that have fascinated me since my early childhood. And they were always connected somehow with the music I write.”
Video copyright: ESA/Vangelis
Original music: Vangelis
Follow the Rosetta mission at: http://www.esa.int/rosetta
Part 2: “Philae’s journey” by Vangelis
The second of a trio of music videos released by ESA to celebrate the first ever attempted soft landing on a comet by ESA’s Rosetta mission.
The third of a trio of music videos released by ESA to celebrate the first ever attempted soft landing on a comet by ESA’s Rosetta mission.
XMH track The Blind from the album In Your Face.
Get yours from https://alfamatrix.bandcamp.com/album…