Few months ago, Massive Attack (English trip hop group consisting in Robert “3D” del Naja and Grant “Dady G” Marshall) launched an app called Fantom, through they will be sending updates and new songs. This app is interactive and has pre-charged samples of the new songs of Massive Attack. (You can download the app here: […]Read More The Spoils. Massive Attack
One of the characteristics of the so called “electronic music” is the creation of new and involving atmospheres. This characteristic is very notorious in this last album of Jamie Smith aka Jamie xx. Member and creator of the interesting beats in the xx, Jamie xx has developed a great talent to mix, remix and recreate […]Read More In Colour. Jamie xx
Are there a definition or concept of electronic music? When oneself think in electronic music there are a lot of groups so different in mind: from Daft Punk, to Giorgio Moroder, from Jean Michel Jarre to CHVRCHES, from Jamie xx to Deadmau5, from Dan Deacon to Kraftwerk, from Martin Solveig to Jon Hopkins, from Skrillex […]Read More Are there a concept of electronic music?
It’s hard enough to find an artist more prolific and diverse than Mac McCaughan: frontman of Superchunk, singer and guitarist in his solo projects (Portastatic and Mac McCaughan and The Non Believers), entrepreneur (founder of Merge Records), writer (of the book “Our Noise: The Story of Merge Records) among other activities. His voice and creativity […]Read More Some Small History. Portastatic
Maybe one of the most perfect sounds of the human body is the heartbeat. This kind of noises, generated by the beating heart and the resultant flow of the blood, but also, the heart sounds have a poetic face, when a lover say “my heart beats for you”. If this noises have an artistic face… […]Read More Heartbeat and music
Neil McCormick is now is one of the most relevant voices in the music critic around the world. He was born in London in 1961. His journalistic career started at Hot Press music magazine in Dublin, in 1978. He was a contributing editor for GQ magazine from 1990-1996 and rock critic since 1996 for the […]Read More Art (and music) are personal. Interview with Neil McCormick
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Which is the characteristic sound of The Raveonettes? While in the first albums, The Raveonettes (a Danish indie rock duo conformed by Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo) appeared they had a sound sometimes its funny but, in the last ones, seems has turned in a dark sound. The touchstone between both styles is […]Read More Raven in the Grave. The Raveonettes