There’s something about chopped up samples that’s always made me swarm like bees to honey. As an extension of that, when “glitch” evolved into a genre of its own, it was pretty obvious I was in for the ride.
Here’s a really honey-sweet example of the kind. Continue reading A broken glitch for the heart
It’s SUMMERTIME! Time to step out of our underground dungeons and dress up in pink and pastel colours and big fluffy things and just have bright, shiny FUN.
Continue reading Cuteness overdose: Asian sugar!
I dunno, do they call this “glitch” today? For me, it’s just a variant of breakbeat. Breaks evolved.
And I gotta love that heavy, rumbling, insisting bass. And the playful percussive arrangements. Not to mention the MASSIVE breakdown right after three minutes, where the bass just totally are forced down on the knees.
Oh yeah. Continue reading Time to rumble: Kotek – Communication
Today I’ve picked two tracks that are of a downtempo nature, and quite original. One from an artist that is well on the way of being established, the other from an artist at the very beginning of his career.
Both with releases that we’d love to play in our imaginary lounge club! Continue reading Double Downtempo: Two unique moments of lesser energy
I listen to a lot of music for this blog during a week in search for the gems. And sometimes I do worry if I am too lazy in the process.
Cause what about the kind of musicians that can’t be judged within a minute, but needs to grow on you?
Today I want to show you a track that could very well have been one of those I threw out of the window in my search for instant gratification. Continue reading Bels Lontano, “Tumbleweed”: The oddball we almost missed