Electronic

  • Bel Amour: “I Smoke” burrows its way into the psyche

    Franck Keller Jr is a French House music producer based in Paris who goes by the name of Bel Amour. While studying at the school of Beau Art in Los Angeles, he released a track entitled “Bel Amour” which made it onto BBC Radio in 2001, as well as...
  • Silent Killa: “Lovecraft” – a new blend of electronic music

    The EP “Ordinary Ritual” by the artist Silent Killa embodies an expansive sound.  Together with engineer Jiant Killa they utilizes a wide range of instruments, samples and sounds, each playing their part and adding something new to the mix.  Freewheeling effects, genial improvisation and swelling synth sections help characterize...
  • Anton Cullen: “Breaking Through” – from high-octane to introspective!

    Dominating the EDM Irish iTunes charts with his EP “Breaking Through”, and topping playlists on radio stations in Canada, USA, and the UK, with the EP’s title track as well the single “Warfare”, Anton Cullen is a driven, talented music producer hailing from Dublin, Ireland. His relationship with music...
  • Bag Of Donuts: “And Satan Come Also” a creative post-dubstep exploration!

    Glasgow, Scotland-based producer, Bag Of Donuts aka BOD, introduces himself to the world as an eclectic electronic artist reworking the foot stomping headaches of EDM into something far deeper, which can be cataloged loosely under the label of post-dubstep. BOD’s torch songs are journeys into his mind, where metaphysical...
  • Future Shock: “Time & Space” marries both melody and power

    Slap-bang in the mid-eighties, a brilliant electronic duo, called Sharpe & Numan set about to record some music. The British based duo was formed by Shakatak’s Bill Sharpe (keyboards, producer) and Gary Numan (vocals, keyboards). They had a hit single during 85’ entitled “Change Your Mind” and went on...
  • Somaya: “Stand Up” – pop music with soulful bite

    The album, “Stand Up” sits waiting like cream inside an éclair. Most tracks are like immaculate shells that are waiting to expose themselves with the magnetism of the right artistic match. The same is true of the best songs on the album, which give North Carolina artist, Somaya, room...
  • Jordan Everist: “Call It A Night” – Synthetic yet soulful!

    With his latest EP “Call It A Night”, producer Jordan Everist has done what all artists aspire to do: take a bar you’ve already set high with your previous outing (in his case, 2017’s full eleven track project, ‘Vacancy’) and show significant progress. Everist’s sound is decidedly characterized by...
  • “Light & Shadow”: The ability to make trance sound entirely spontaneous and heartfelt

    The track “Light & Shadow” is ripe with an almost seven-minute long trance production. Kenneth Kane seamlessly integrates a spoken word passage and music to create a hypnotic world where objective #1 is to dance, but also to reflect. It’s easy to picture this track being played in full...
  • Kenneth Kane: “Light & Shadow” – an uplifting yet atmospheric trance track

    Can someone please explain how it is possible for people to not love trance music? Trance is one of my favorite types of electronic music because it is the most transporting to me. Trance is able to break down tracks into deep emotional meditations that just take you away...