Here’s two nice, rather upbeat house tracks that have two things in common: They are both made in the USA and they’re filled with plenty of positive energy. Two cheerful tracks to get you going in the morning. Continue reading Happy House: How we want to wake up
Never has one single track inspired me to sit down and create a track of my own.
That is, until now. And the most puzzling part is that I don’t really understand why. Continue reading Harper Creek – The Same: The perfect Vocal Deep House track?
Never a week without ambient! The genre that sets out to meditate your mind.
Here’s a double feature, two Americans at the wheel, two fine picks of the kind. Continue reading Tender Thursday: Ambient for the meditated minds
I’ve collected two very dramatic and cinematic narratives for this double feature.
One Swedish duo that lives how they sound, and an American who shows me his post-apocalyptic organ. Continue reading Ittna, “Serpent” & Sunset Exotic, “Sunken”: Two exotic narratives
So, one of the discoveries I’ve personally done this year is that I actually think Retrowave is a lot of fun – at least in small doses. I’m simply amazed at how authentic some of these acts are able to make it.
Like this track here: Summer School and their track “By Myself”. Continue reading Summer School, “By Myself”: Synth pop extravaganza
It sets the stage for a futuristic scenario, a cyberpunk world with broken electronic equipment scattered around a barely illuminated space. Is it a room, or a back alley? I don’ t know yet. But I have a feeling I’ll be meeting an individual of dubious character soon.
But who? And for what? With whom, and why? These are questions I am dying to find the answers to. Continue reading Trova, “Trono”: A cyberpunk opening
The intro gives a fair warning: The hoover synth glides into the scene, first known from the massive ’91 rave hit “Dominator” by Human Resource. This is gonna be hard, dark and intense.
And it is. But not in an uptempo way – quite the contrary. Continue reading SHADES, “Two One Six”: The enemy within
Dark. Repetitive. Lurking. Groovy. With just the right progression. Sometimes that’s how we want our techno. And that is exactly what the artist who named himself “1988” delivers. Continue reading 1988, “A001”: A rolling techno groove