SHUT UP GIRL will be playing at MAKSITAKSI this thursday! You should come, if you’re in Oslo.
We’re just gonna smash up the place, no big deal.
SHUT UP GIRL
<3 SHUT UP GIRL
This song slaps!
LOUDPVCK is Kenny Beats & Ryan Marks from the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. They make great music, check them out. This remix is dope.
SHUT UP GIRL played at Fisk & Vilt Oslo this Saturday.
Flume is such an amazing artist.
I’m not lying if I say he’s one of my favorite producers. That is all.
Previous posts on Flume CLICK HERE.
Oh, come on!
Yeah, just another killer track from Thugli.
Yes guys, we’ve been following your work for quite a while now. You never seize to amaze, and have yet again made another gem track. Thank you, and big up on this GREAT production. My hat is off.
For previous Thugli posts CLICK HERE
Behold. A work of art.
Boards of Canada, Mike Sandison and Marcus Eoin has been releasing electronic music since the mid-1990s. Tomorrow’s Harvest is their first release since 2006.
Sandison on techniques used for making a track for their new album Tomorrow’s Harvest:
One technique we like is to create entirely new instruments by sampling ourselves performing on real instruments and then destroying the sounds. So we’ll maybe spend days just playing various things, wind instruments, strings, guitars, bass, synths, for hours into the samplers and then feeding those sounds through stacks of destructive hardware and resampling them to make unrecognizable new sounds. This is all before we even begin writing any tunes. So in the case of “New Seeds,” for example, some of the core tracks are real live percussion and bass, and then for layers of subsequent takes we captured ourselves jamming on these self-sampled sounds, to get a really slack, krautrock-y backbone. With that track we went back over it a few times overdubbing more hand-played parts, which gives it a really nice untidy energy. There’s a point where the melody blossoms into something new, like a clearing in the clouds, and the timing of that moment just happened naturally while we were jamming it down. (Source: http://www.nytimes.com/ June 12th, 2013)
BOARDS OF CANADA
I’m so easily drawn to this kind of melodic and atmospheric trap. The vocals, the harmonies, the everything about it just gets to me. This one is on Ari Leff, aka Epique, and if he could just make some more of this stuff, I’d be completely fine with that!