For me, this blog is a journey. It has taken me places musically that I’d not discover without the blog as the driving force.
And here I have collected three with a sound that I don’t think I’d stumble across had it not been while searching for music for this blog. Continue reading And now… For something completely different
Here at Beatradar we try to keep our focus firmly fixed on the underground. So we very rarely approve vocal based tracks as vocals typically pulls a track up to the more mainstream atmosphere.
But every now and then we do make an exception. Here are two such incidents. Continue reading Vital Voices: Vocal based electronica
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?
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
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”:
His rhythm is impeccable and with so much pure human soul, in perfect balance with the stripped down electronica soundtrack. The words are as clever as the arrangement, well mixed, well produced, and that surprising intermezzo mid-track… What a find. Continue reading Tatum Gale – “Up2u”: Elegance in simplicity.