After his third instrumental single, BASSEAH is at it again as he carves out a compilation of more bass gems from the psychedelic underground of his creative mind. His otherworldly sound design and innovative productions are sure to flap your eardrums like banners in a thunderstorm and he states no intention of pausing his weekly pace of releases anytime soon. ‘Mineral Rave’ EP, named after the album artwork processed from photos of actual goethite, is a ‘danger’ sign on the road of where bass music is headed today and is a must-listen for all bass heads around.
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1 – Goethite Glitch-Up This is an alternative version of BASSEAH’s first single, “Goethite”, reviewed last month on this blog. Here the producer generates new sounds based on the “glitch” aesthetic. There are no drastic differences with the original, both tracks last the same, however, this version features intentional distortions and repeated sounds. I think this is probably his most experimental song from the whole EP.
2 – Hail Dance Here the epic intro definitely grabbed my attention, subsequently pounding beats accompany a progressive sound that hypnotizes whoever listens to it.
3 – Goethite As I have said before, the original version, is a modern piece of music. A futuristic tune that transcends time and space. Elements of Bass excellently complemented with distinct harmonies create a cinematic atmosphere.
4 – Surfing Crystals Close your eyes and image surfing crystals while you listen to it… The song’s title can be taken literally, as the elements that form this tune simulate a range of beeps that gradually get faster and will make your imagination fly.
In short words, this EP is intended for the underground music scene and also for curious fans of Electronica. Overall, ‘Mineral Rave’ is an innovative short work, that allowed me to conclude that BASSEAH’s creativity has no limits!
Stay tuned for BASSEAH’s next release, “Hadron Wall” to be released later this month.
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The Anti-Stress Effects Of Lo-Fi Music Are Real, Meet Mind=Dead
Mind=Dead is an emerging producer from Salt Lake City who is taking all the right steps to bring you the best Lo-Fi music. Not to mention, his recent track, “Flutter” will relax your mind quickly. Although it seems unreal, its anti-stress effects are due to the combination of downtempo and orchestral elements. Needless to say, listening to its dreamy synths is the most appropriate thing to do after a busy day at work.
Likewise, the delicate piano chords can also restore harmony within yourself. I love the fact that Lo-Fi music has a steadily growing fanbase. It just shows how important are mellow beats in our life, especially in the middle of a pandemic. Indeed, stress may contribute to serious health problems. Precisely for that reason, Mind=Dead wants to make your days so much better. Follow him on all his streaming platforms to keep up with new laidback melodies.
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Film Composer Mario Anthony And His Enigmatic Instrumental Music
Mario Anthony is a fresh film composer from Chicago. This year, he brings under the spotlight his passion for enigmatic instrumental music. Not so long ago, he premiered the clip for his work of art titled “Atlantis.” Right from the start, his cinematic sounds evoke a sense of spatial imagery. What’s more, the airy synths can hypnotize you as if you were entering an unknown dimension. Indeed, the visuals below serve as a tour guide to an alternate reality where lone wanderers in special suits discover an extinct civilization. In particular, this intriguing piece is inspired by the fictional lost city cited in Plato’s works.
In 2003, movie scores of Spiderman and Hulk marked his life positively since childhood. At the early stage of his career, Mario Anthony learned to play the piano at a rapid pace. It was only later that he got fully immersed in film soundtracks after experiencing a concert by Hans Zimmer. The acclaimed Geman film composer is probably his musical hero to date. He is known for mixing orchestral instruments with Electronica.
One thing Mario Anthony and Zimmer share in common is that their imagination bustles with a frenzy of creativity. Artists in this field are on the mission to simulate a wide range of experiences through instrumental music. In the case of “Atlantis,” its charm arises from enigmatic sonic textures that approach a futuristic vision with high precision. Only time will tell if he can reshape the film industry by offering more original proposals.
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Spacey Electronic Music No One Should Miss Out, Listen To “Send Off”
Rising female producer Donna O. Raphael is back with spacey electronic music! Just think about the futuristic synths of her new track “Send Off” as the opening soundtrack of a sci-fi movie. It’s easy to see why she experiments with ethereal chords that naturally lean toward sonic textures of distant galaxies. Furthermore, the fantastic instrumentals are enriched by vintage-esque drum beats, which give it an appropriately old-school vibe.
Certainly, Donna’s spacey electronic music can be very effective if you need to clear your mind today. Press the play button below.
Independent filmmakers must check out her website World Instrumentals. By the same token, this site is a great resource for artists who are looking for original pieces of music mostly intended for flicks or visual campaigns.
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