Stereoklang is a curator, online magazine and label focusing exclusively on electronic music and music production. Stereoklang started some 10-15 years ago and has since grown as a renowned content producer both via quality interviews with leading electronic artists, as well as a promoter of electronic music in general. As a label we are promoting everything from electronica, electro, techno, minimal techno and experimental/ambient music. Some of the bands we are managing include; DATAMASKIN, TEGEL, OO_A LR5_N, Steelberry Clones and Bears in Nippon. Check out our Stereoklang Shop or listen on SoundCloud or Spotify to find out what we are up to next.
By the way we have some weird thoughts on the future as well:
In a near future when we know of no separation between humans and machines, when humans extend their mind with nanobots and becoming superhumans, what kind of music will they make?
A superhuman being shaping our minds and movements across the digital universe, the electronic machine made sounds will pass through our veins and cells with the speed of light, making your body move to the sound of our common and expanding universe. We are all entering an age when life is not exclusively biological anymore. The question is how and when we do the transformation. Singularitarians has already started this transcending journey, having recognized that the future is already upon us. Fully materialized in the new millenium we capture,evolve and morph electronic sounds, beats and visuals to generate the full power of singularity. Our sounds matches the evolving digital grid, as do our ever increasing electronic world. One single mind can do so little, billions of minds intertwined with the ever growing processing power of our machines will create our world.
Pioneering our music and graphics into the realms of Singularity puts us onto a journey where it is not obvious who is creating what and generating the ambient electronic beats of the future. Nonbiological intelligence will have access to its own design and will be able to improve itself in an increasingly rapid redesign cycle. We’ll get to a point where technical and electronic progress will be so fast that unenhanced human intelligence will be unable to follow it. That will mark the Singularity.