Deep pounding drums, intense guitar, cutting synth and silvery, seductive vocals are all good reasons to listen to Intouch's alternative track "Twisted Head". Visit Intouch on their Last.fm page for more amazing songs!
In the true spirit of minimalistic technopop, Electroklänge's "Mekanischen Tanz" is up-beat and catchy. I love the one-note piano intro and the synth play as it follows suit throughout the song. The subtle use of a vocoder as lead and back vocals is very cool and is definitely refreshing in today's over-compressed, over-produced music world. Electroklänge keeps it short, sweet and simple. Let's hear more from this group!
Ade Hodges, abstract painter and electronics solo, collaborator and
member/producer of the ambient-spacerock group, "Unsheep" gets other musicians he knows from Facebook to send him their stems. Depending on what the finished tune sounds like, it either goes on the next Unsheep album (kind of pro-ambient-spacerock) or if it's more experimental, on his Horns project, which Ade aims to make a series.
"The first in what I hope will be a series of
collections of collaborations with other musicians who hover around the
experimental electronic and dark ambient spheres. I had great fun
mixing/editing/producing these tracks and was chuffed to receive stems from all
these great musicians (and great guys) whose music I rate so highly." - Ade Hodges
Mixed and compiled by Kreativephasen, “Midnight in Japan” is
an eclectic mix of cool sound beats and bytes, Japanese advertising narrative,
bustling noises and conversations.He
cleverly uses street noise and voices as a canvas to his contemporary,
jazzy, dub, rap and traditional oriental music mixes. Sit back, relax and let Kreativephasen
transport you directly to midnight in the heart of Japan’s Tokio.You will most certainly enjoy the many surprising
musical twists and turns along the way! Kreativephasen’s black and white photos of the
brightly-lit night street photos will definitely enhance your midnight journey!