Many years ago I came across a release that essentially were a phone interview with the late Prince on top of a smooth and groovy progressive house production.
Man how I loved that track.
Here’s a production that push those same buttons in me. This time it’s an interview with a man of similar iconic level as Prince: Jim Morrison. Continue reading JohnT, “Jim”: The icon remembered
One of the things I love about writing this blog is that my scope for the blog, underground electronica from undiscovered artists, is constantly challenged. Challenged, because I come across so many tracks that can’t be called strictly “underground”, or “undiscovered”. Still, I just feel I need to write about it.
And I hope you are with me on that. Continue reading Inka Upendo, “Mellow”: A gentle touch midst the dark beats
Let’s get back to the underground. Where we belong. The real underground. The dark, steamy, bass heavy, rolling underground atmosphere.
These two tracks takes us there. Continue reading Techno Tuesday: Time to stomp again!
In the eighties the music discoveries were pretty much limited to what we heard on the national TV and radio broadcasters.
Here’s three retrowave tracks that I could totally picture being featured in one of the TV soundtracks back then. What kind of scenes do you imagine seeing them in? Continue reading “What if…” – these were featured in an eighties soundtrack?
Since I live by the life principle “there’s never a bad occasion for good ambient”, I figured an ambient Easter special should be just right.
I’ve chosen two particularly fine examples of the species! Continue reading Ambient Easter Special
This track made me realise how much I miss the original Twin Peaks soundtrack, and that absolutely stunning vocals in “Falling”.
This track here beats Falling on one area, though. By obscene amounts. Continue reading O Future, “Telephone”:
Here at Beatradar we try to keep our focus on the underground, the deeper and maybe less accessible (at least from a mainstream perspective) type tracks.
That means, for example, that we rarely approve tracks with a vocalist.
That is… Until now. Continue reading Patiotic Feat Sophia Garvey, “Doesn’t Matter”: Indeed not
This first editorial on Beatradar is probably of most relevance to independent producers.
I want to share some thoughts on promotion that I’ve collected while considering submissions for this blog.
Continue reading Our advice to the independent musician
It’s really quite astonishing, the influx of new followers we’ve received to our ambient playlist. Great! So I’ve found a couple more tracks that bodes to the most quiet of moments, each in their own ways. Continue reading Double Ambient: Celebrating the quiet