Electronic music (Music genre)
Electronic music is a genre of pop music that is based on electronic instruments and technology.
Electronic music in Reviews
Music Review | posted 22.05.2020
Cucina Povera & Haron
Plafond 6
Cucina Povera and Haron share the rills on »Plafond 6«. The dilettantish is sometimes so exaggerated that it hurts.
Music Review | posted 17.06.2019
Emily A. Sprague
Water Memory / Mount Vision
RVNG Intl releases »Water Memory« and »Mount Vision«, the first two albums of the American sound designer Emily A. Sprague, for the first time on vinyl.
Music Review | posted 05.04.2018
Oren Ambarchi
Grapes From The Estate
“Grapes From The Estate” by Oren Ambarchi is a masterpiece of gentle reduction. It will now be reissued with a new mastering.
Music Review | posted 09.03.2018
Yves de Mey
Bleak Comfort
»Bleak Comfort«, the third album by the Belgian musician Yves de Mey, has to be thought from the motion, maybe even from performance dance.
Music Review | posted 30.08.2016
Zov Zov (Oliver Ho & Tommy Gillard)
The Sacred Pornography Of God
Originating from electronic dance music, Oliver Ho and Tommy Gillard, aka Zov Zov, occupy themselves with abstract sound experiments on »The Sacred Pornography Of God«.
Music Review | posted 15.06.2015
HELM
Olympic Mess
Overcoming stress through music: On »Olympic Mess«, Luke Younger aka HELM is trying to handle his very own chaos. And he seems to have succeeded.
Music Review | posted 14.11.2014
Strategy
Seeds of Paradise
Strategy is best when dealing with long formats. »Seeds Of Paradise«, his ninth record in ten years, proves it once more. You should listen to it from beginning to end.
Music Review | posted 12.09.2014
Lee Gamble
KOCH
It’s more than a worthy successor – on his latest record, »KOCH«, Lee Gamble has combined the various strengths from his 2012 break-through albums. It’s every ketamine-party’s highlight.
Music Review | posted 17.06.2014
Strategy
Pressure Wassure EP
Strategy has adopted the semantics of individual eras of electronic music in the most compelling manner. Thanks to the »Pressure Wassure EP«, he’s good to play with the cool kids again.
Music Review | posted 13.12.2013
Heatsick
Re-Engineering
This music is blissfully insane. It still grooves like crazy, knows lots about electronic music and wants to be heard. Heatsick is this December’s insider’s tipp.
Recent Articles
Music Review | posted 11.06.2020
Cindy
I'm Cindy
Two years ago Palmbomen II introduced us to Cindy Savalas and her hometown Carmel Vista. Now her »lost« debut album »I’m Cindy« has turned up.
Music Portrait | posted 07.07.2020
International Anthem
In search of the truth
For six years the label International Anthem from Chicago has been reliably delivering jazz with their own attitude and idea. Although the founders refuse to be ascribed almost any kind of attribution to a genre. For them, the most beautiful sound is just always: the truth.
Music Portrait | posted 30.06.2020
We Jazz
With emphasis on We
We Jazz, that stands for edgy, surprising jazz from the north. And also not. Since 2013 the festival has been held in Helsinki, since 2016 the label was founded. Matti Nives mainly publishes Finnish bands there. And acts as one of the most important networkers of the local scene.
Music News | posted 29.06.2020
Joell Ortiz & Kxng Crooked
Exclusive Edition: »H.A.R.D.«
Joell Ortiz and Kxng Crooked (aka Crooked I), both from the rap supergroup Slaughterhouse have announced a new album on Mello Music with »H.A.R.D.«. Vinyl will follow in September. We have a strictly limited colour edition in our assortment.
Music Portrait | posted 25.06.2020
Roy Ayers
Warm vibrations with universal attraction
The American vibraphonist, singer, songwriter and arranger Roy Ayers is one of the most sampled contemporary musicians. With songs like »Everybody Loves The Sunshine«, the soul jazz legend, which celebrates it’s 80th birthday in September, became the main inspiration for Acid Jazz in the late 90s. His new album “Roy Ayers JID 002” on Jazz Is Dead with Adrian Younge and ex-ATCQ producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad continues his golden period of the Polydor years in the 70s seamlessly.