“Electronically Yours Vol 1″ is a 2CD compilation of 23 tracks of female fronted electro from across the planet. Encased in deluxe art packaging with 2 posters, designed and illustrated by Barcelona-based art collective Agencia Bridge, it was compiled by EY’s Orac and Undo Records and features the finest selection of new electro.
Included are a number of exclusive songs and versions by well known female fronted acts such as Client, Marsheaux, Parralox, Mikro, Fotonovela, …
So far the compilation was not available via wide distribution, so grab your chance now to order your copy, it’s a must have!
“Let it be known today” is the brand new EP from Belgo-French outfit Növö aka Laurent Boudic. The track is taken from Boudic’s recent 4th studio full length CD entitled “Zeitgeist”. “Let It Be Known Today” is already the second EP released from this album. Says the label: “It again drops you in the old classic EBM / New Wave era with vintage analogue synth sequences, electronic bleeps, pulsing bass lines and prominent vocals with that little French accent and melancholic cold touch clearly evoking the cult 80′s act Trisomie 21.”
“Let It Be Known Today” comes in 4 new versions, a 7 inch and a reconstructed one by the band itself plus an extended Kraftwerkian rework with vocoder and floating synth layers by Belgian label-mates of Metroland as well as a darkish remix by Flood Veyor.
You can download this EP straight from Bandcamp, be sure to use the 50% discount amsummermadness! You can alsodownload it from iTunes, or stream it below on Spotify.
Brussels electronic duo Soldout releases a new video for their single “To the ocean”. “To the Ocean” is the second single taken from the soundtrack written by Soldout for the motion picture “Puppylove “(2014), and follows “More”, their previous album released in 2013.
Croatian electropop artist Dani’el who has scored a major hit with “It’s time” returns with a brand new video, “Algabal”. Produced by Bryan Cox in a direction by fashion photographerMarko Grubisic.
Note that the lyrics were written by Stefan George in 1892… Being influenced by Greek classical forms, in revolt against the realist trend in German literature at the time, George was an important bridge between the 19th century and German modernism, even though he was a harsh critic of the then modern era. “Algabal” is one of George’s best remembered collections of poetry and the title is a reference to the effete Roman emperor Elagabalus.
Soundtrack Loops tells us that Elektro Pop will add a bit of a mainstream, radio friendly, pop element to your tunes. They say that Elektro Pop is a set of 11 royalty free construction kits suitable for K Pop, EDM, Dance, Pop, and Dubstep. In total there 175 loops. Sounds include drums, subs, leads, pianos, melodies, pads, risers, snare rolls, and SFX. Tempos range from 120 to 140 BPMs. 24 bit 44.1kHz Stereo files.
Zipped Contents (505 MB)
11 Construction Kits
1 Album “Mental Drug” MP3 Download
1 Single “Tidal Wave” MP3 Download
24 bit 44.1 kHz Stereo.
Available in Universal .Wav, .Aiff Format and Ableton Live Pack.
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Youtube alias ‘alternatingbitmusic’ has shared this modular jam session
I’ve done enough chill vibe sessions, it’s time to juice up the pace…
I hope you enjoy my modular techno session.
The electronic compilation “Swedish electro vol2″ is out now and can be downloaded from Bandcamp for free. The compilation features bands from Sweden such as Cryo, Kite, Henric De La Cour, Steelberry Clones and Vogon Poetry.
Listen to it here >>
Code Samplers new track is a classic electronica tune with fast beats and slick lead sounds from classic synths, such as the KORG MS20, Kawai 5000, paired with softsynths found in Reason DAW.
Code Samplers proudly follows in the tradition of many of the big synth bands of the 80′s and 90′s, but with fresh modern sounds.
Background video description:
Almost finished setting up my “electro rig” which features these classic, but inexpensive effect units from Electrix. One fun thing to do with the MoFX is turning the delay feedback to 100% and “sampling” a measure of a beat and manipulating that sample with the delay time. Be sure to listen with headphones if you’ve got them handy and hear the “ping pong” delay!
THE CAVE has updated their site with some new tracks; including electronica tracks from Berliner Maschinenfabrik, Bears in Nippon and The Modifiers, listen below: