Posts Tagged ‘electronic’

New Music, “Snow Day”

November 23, 2010

Enjoy this new electronic music composition.   I recommend listening with good bass headphones.
snow texture
“Snow Day” (3:39, MP3, 8.4 MB)

new music, distortion test

July 13, 2010

Here is a new electronic music sketch:

Improvisation on July 12, 2010 (3:56, MP3, 9.0 MB)

This sketch is an experiment with distorted amplifier feedback.  I like how it adds an aggressive edge to soundwaves, reminiscent of industrial textures from 1990′s groups like KMFDM and Rammstein.

Symphonia Robotica, Part 4

March 29, 2010

Here is the fourth movement. This composition began as my cover of Miles Davis’ “Great Expectations,” but it quickly developed into something entirely different.

“Symphonia Robotica, Part 4″ (3:43, MP3, 8.5 MB)


Spotlight on Fever Ray

January 17, 2010

I recently stumbled across the Swedish pop music of Karin Elisabeth Dreijer Andersson, whose projects include Fever Ray and the The Knife.  Her melodies are haunting, her lyrics are smart, and the studio production is subtle and precise.  Pitchfork Media gushed about her last album, naming it one of the best of 2006.  Now it’s my turn to gush about her latest album, “Fever Ray.”  In particular, I love the music videos; each of them is a little mystery to unravel.  Here are three of my favorites:

“When I Grow Up” directed by Martin de Thurah

“If I Had a Heart” directed by Adreas Nilssons

“Seven” directed by Johan Renck


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