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Entries in electronica (30)
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SoUnD WaVeS- a.k.a. DJ Brownsugar
L.A. born Brown Sugar has been mixing music professionally since 1999. He has an undeniable passion for making people move their bodies. He constantly works on perfecting his art by creating seamless mixes that combine exquisite sound waves with thumpin beats. When DJ Brown Sugar’s in the room, the party’s sure to be happening. When he’s not fueling the crowd’s urge to dance, he produces his own electro house dance music, the name of the project he is undergoing is called : SoUnD WaVeS-
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Heartour is the creative outlet/alter ego of popular Los Angeles based band The Ruse’s drummer Jason Young. Having been a member of touring bands since he was a teenager, Young began recording solo material as Heartour in 2002. Ever since the first release in 2003 (Three), Young has been extra prolific, in addition to producing and performing with The Ruse he has dropped a full solo album every couple years.
Influenced heavily by big sounding bands like U2 and Led Zeppelin as well as contemporary acts My Morning Jacket, LCD Soundsystem and Metric , Heartour’s progressive Electronic sound has grown by leaps and bounds with each project. With renewed energy and new ideas, Young released his best work to date in early 2011 in the form of Submarine Sounds.
Most listeners have never heard or seen anything quite like the Buddy Love Project. The California native mixes hip-hop, pop, rock and dance music into a special fusion he calls Future Disco.
Sisters Jewel & Blaire Restaneo stand as the front-women of Pixkill, claiming the hybrid style of electro pop grunge as their playground and joining fellow females like Avril Lavigne, The Veronicas, and Hayley Williams of Paramore at the forefront of young women who can rock a mic.
With an intelligent, evocative pop/rock style and truly monster hooks in the vein of Thom Yorke, Jack Johnson, and Coldplay, Ott is a perfect fit for today’s creative and human landscape. Fueled by his genuine love of people and the desire to serve and help them, Ott is certainly more than great musical talent.
While seeming reserved, Rebello creates music that blends progressive and alternative rock with Brazilian Jazz, Electronica and Classical music into an eclectic retro-futuristic pop blend with cinematic scope and hooks that are nothing short of deadly. It is this seeming incongruity that first draws in fans.
“Can you crack the code?” This is the mantra of JJ Brine, the force behind the iconoclastic one-man band CodeCracker. Brine’s distinctive style evokes shades of Joy Division and Nico - his primary influences - while amounting to a future-retro brand of electronica all his own.
Verity, Equity, Acuity.
These are the meanings of the symbols in the Kressin family crest, and also the foundation of Neon Legion, the rock band based around German-born composer and multi-instrumentalist Philip Kurt Kressin. In a music landscape where many artists are concerned with shiny veneers over artistic content, Kressin demands that his work stand for something. With Empire, the debut Neon Legion album, he seeks to honor the values of his forefathers while crafting a sound that brings together elements of rock, electronic, and classical music, honoring his own personal tradition.
Struggle is a natural part of the creative process for many artists. For Shikhee, the one-woman army behind industrial act Android Lust, struggle became downright essential to the production of the fourth Android Lust album, The Human Animal. Not by choice, of course: Nearly a decade after debuting as the first one-woman industrial act, the Bangladeshi-born New Yorker found herself burnt out from balancing a music career with what some might call “real life.”
She wouldn’t be comfortable saying it herself, of course, but some might call Sharon Gannon a rock star of the yoga world. The co-founder of the pivotal Jivamukti yoga method, she’s known worldwide as an influential teacher and advisor, and continues to help legions of students gain enlightenment via her own classes and those at Jivamukti-affiliated schools and centers around the globe, as well as through books and instructional DVDs. In truth, however, Sharon is a 21st-century Renaissance woman, one who excels in many disciplines, such as dance, writing, poetry, painting, cooking, and political activism. But before everything else—even yoga—her first medium is, and has always been, music.
7/11 is the new single due out on the 6th of September and follows hot on the heels of the heavily played Catburglar mix of Plans.
Sounding a little bit like New Order on acid this Manchester-based band deal in stark industrial beats and bitterly spiked monochrome pop.
More music and info can be found at: http://www.myspace.com/thisisthechristophers and at http://www.thechristophersmusic.co.uk/
A glitchy electro-acoustic rush from Fatty Acid, an electronic rock band from New York City. “Sunday Morning” comes from the debut self-titled release (Ropeadope Records, 2009). more music @ fattyacid.bandcamp.com on on iTunes. For live dates, visit myspace.com/fattyacidsound. To contact, write to email@example.com.
Frequency Theater strives to inspire the audience to believe in themselves, to push to become their best version of themselves and to doubt their doubters. Suspend reality, observe it, and cut free from inhibitions through an entertaining experience. Expect danceable grooves, strong melodies, and a dark and intense sonic structure informed by the likes of NIN, Depeche Mode, U2, Muse, Paul Oakenfold, Radiohead, and The Cure.
Born from scene work on the Upright Citizens Brigade stage, Derek and the Darling formed an electro-pop band in late 2009 instead of an improv troupe because it was “way less nerdy.” “Rockface” the debut EP, arrives April 27, 2010
Every musician aspires to do things their own way, but very few truly have it in their DNA. The boys and gal in Million Dollar Mouth, on the other hand, have been blessed with the right instincts. Equal parts stoner rock, Brit-pop, punk, and indie, with a pinch of electro thrown in for good measure, MDM gives full vent to every musical impulse in their collective soul, resulting in what Lollipop Magazine calls “stylistically kicking the crap out of The Strokes, while smoking Stone Temple Pilots’ cigarettes and listening to Marvelous 3.” With the panicKING, their second album on Atonal Records (the band’s own label), the LA-based quintet makes eclecticism and independent thinking respectable and cool again.
Cady Finlayson is a spirited Irish fiddler, with a global twist. And while she’s best known for her Irish music expertise, Finlayson’s latest release, Electric Green, her collaboration with French guitarist Vita Tanga, is sure to expand her audience well beyond traditional Celtic boundaries. Finlayson and Tanga met during a tour honoring the music of John Denver. The downtime between touring dates led to musical experimentation and an electric guitar and fiddle performance in Finlayson’s New York City home. “It was at this total dive bar, and I wasn’t sure how the traditional Irish music would go over with that crowd,” Finlayson recalls. “So, just for fun, we decided to add some electric guitar sounds to the mix — crybaby pedal and all. We recorded it and listened to it later, and it sounded really cool!”
“I’ve always been drawn to the darker sides of art and music,” says Little Invisibles vocalist Gina Degnars. “Even back when I started taking piano lessons, when I was seven years old—I always wanted to play the minor chords, not the major ones. There’s a powerful beauty in darkness, I think.”