Martin Rev joins M.I.A on stage

July 15, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

When M.I.A.’s new single “Born Free” came out, many music geeks were impressed that she used a sample of NYC’s pioneering electro rockers Suicide. Last night on Letterman, she was joined onstage by none other than Martin Rev himself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MROxPK18v5I

The 20 best electronic albums in the past decade

January 7, 2010 · Posted in Electronic Music · 5 Comments 

Hi all

Time to sum up the past ten years and list the 20 best / most important electronic, electro, EBM and synth albums that has been released. This is of course a tricky quest and will most likely create some debate. Numerous of good albums has been released and I have certainly not listened to all of them, but still someone needs to make a statement :-). The albums are listed in order of importance, but may not be absolute, in the sense that – if they are rated as number 6, they could easily be argued to have place number 7 instead etc, but still…

Number 1:

Kraftwerk – Tour de france soundtrack

Number 2:

The Knife – Silent Shout

Number 3:

Goldfrapp – Black Cherry

Number 4:

Covenant – Skyshaper

Number 5:

Colder – Again

Number 7:

Daft Punk – Discovery

Number 8:

Felix! – Kittenz and thee glitz

Number 9:

Welle: Erdball – Die wunderwelt der technik

Number 10:

Suicide – American supreme

Number 11:

DAF – Fünfzehn neue D.A.F-Lieder

Number 12:

VNV Nation – Futureperfect

Number 13:

Röyksopp – Melody A.M.

Number 14:

Rammstein – Mutter

Number 15:

Vive la fete – Republique populaire

Number 16:

And One – Agressor

Number 17:

Jeans Team – Musik von oben

Number 18:

Recloose – Cardiology

Number 19:

Melotron – Sternenstaub

Number 20/21:

Télépopmusik – Genetic world

System – Self organizing

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