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That warm, electric synth feeling

for all your electronic music needs

new dan terminus on sept 25th:

its been a while since he's had a release so im excited to see something new from him

also new deadlife single:
 
Marie Claire published an article about Black Lives Matter internationally and profiled a Japanese-Nigerian electronic artist I'd never heard of before, KATIMI AI. I am really digging her stuff and had to share. Here's her Soundcloud.

Also, where are people finding electronica these days? I keep my Sirius subscription for the BPM, Diplo, Utopia, Chill and Chillhop channels so I can have music in my car but would be curious what other people use. Pandora never seems to add anything new, I gave up on it probably two years ago now.
 

Mightyblue

aggro table, shmaggro table
(He/Him/His)
Soundcloud, Bandcamp, sometimes Spotify (when I still had a sub) will turn up neat stuff.

Like, I'd been tangentially familliar with Ninja Sex Party just from the nerdcore music scene and Game Grumps mentions (when I still watched that, heh), but I had no idea that most of their music was done in collab with TWRP who are an extremely solid synthwave/funk fusion band on their own.



Meteor's an artist I discovered through his official Soundcloud channel (by playing track radio from a Dancing With The Dead song), who mostly works with the darker end of the synthwave genre


 

Tiers in Rain

Gaming Replicant!
Jean-Michel Jarre is doing a live virtual concert on New Years Eve. Should be really interesting, really looking forward to it.

 
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Tiers in Rain

Gaming Replicant!
Here's another virtual concert that streamed a little earlier this evening. I'm really enjoying these things, even though I know the artists much prefer actual live in-person shows. This one is from Minuit Machine, one of my favorite artists of this last year.

 
Jean-Michel Jarre is doing a live virtual concert on New Years Eve. Should be really interesting, really looking forward to it.

I was worried for a moment that this was only on Paris time, but replays are up, just started it now.

Edit: I am just starting and pretty puzzled by what is actually live, but hey funky animation. I kind of wish they had more than just three camera pans of virtual Notre Dame, but oh well. Still enjoying it. Also it keeps the dogs from being scared of the fireworks so bonus there!
 
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Tiers in Rain

Gaming Replicant!
I was worried for a moment that this was only on Paris time, but replays are up, just started it now.

Edit: I am just starting and pretty puzzled by what is actually live, but hey funky animation. I kind of wish they had more than just three camera pans of virtual Notre Dame, but oh well. Still enjoying it. Also it keeps the dogs from being scared of the fireworks so bonus there!
Yeah I'm not sure either. It appeared to be a mix of live and VR (he's been doing a lot of VR concerts this last year) and I'm not sure what was what there. Sounded great though, just wish it had been a little longer. I would have loved to hear more of his slower tempo, classic style stuff mixed in with the dancier stuff.
 
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