Forest Robots’ first album examines the wonders of nature through music. ‘Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. One’, was born after the LA composer explored the landscapes at Sierra Nevada. According to the artist, this record makes a call to spend more time outdoors, and it’s especially dedicated to his daughter. Furthermore, If I am not mistaken, he features some elements of classical music in conjunction with pure Electronica. In addition, the song titles seem to be taken from a very poetic world that is correlated with the album name. This turns out to be a fantasy story in the midst of nature but there are no vocals, just exquisite ambient sounds.
Following, you will enjoy my concrete analysis track-by-track.
1 – A Path Among the Woods
There’s a strong distortion that intentionally alters the smooth composition, but at the same time, this becomes a magical effect. On the other hand, the harp that can be heard throughout the song gives this intro track a touch of refinement.
2 – Times When I Know You Watch the Sky, Pt 1
The continuous chimes remind me a little of the Christmas season. Indeed, I also found myself immersed in its cinematic beat construction.
3 – Shapes Shifts in the Distant Shadows
Here we have lively electronic music and something more danceable in comparison with the previous two that are designed rather to contemplate them sitting on the sofa or lying on the bed.
4 – Last Silvers of Moonlight
A dark piano melody will captivate you from the beginning to the end. The first thing that comes to mind is a horror or thriller movie. An excellent piece that makes a contrast with the rest of the tracks of this album. I really think Forest Robots has a brilliant future as a composer of soundtracks for Hollywood movies.
5 – Silhouettes Follow the Echoes
For a moment, I felt I was floating in space. It might sound funny to say, but this song applies very well to astronauts. By all means, he creates a progressive tune and its rhythm becomes more intense little by little.
7 – Mandelbrots in Winter
At the start, I thought this was very relaxing but then the TR-808 drum beats came to provide dynamism and something vibrant to the whole song. Without this last element, this could have been a downtempo number.
8 – While Birds Dream of Dawn and Wind
Once again, I think he repeats the same synths that were used on the previous track. The only difference I found is the presence of new audio effects that seem to come from outer space.
9 – By the Stillness of the Lake
This is the shortest song from the album. With just one minute and seventeen seconds, Forest Robots designs a soundscape that feels delicate. A little melody that incites you to enter the alpha state of mind.
10 – Follow the Towers to the Moon
The album has a great ending with bright melodies. An array of colorful electronic textures are properly calibrated to leave listeners with a memorable experience.
In conclusion, if the day has you stressed or worries go round and round in your head, then ‘Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. One’ is the best free medicine. Just close your eyes and chill out with these wonderful compositions.
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The Next Big Name In Manchester’s Electronic Music Scene, Echo-Eclipse
Meet Echo-Eclipse, he could easily become the next big name in Manchester’s electronic music scene. Taking sonic elements from the 80s, retro and futuristic synth lines make his new single shine like gold. I’m talking about, “Rogue Simulation”, which will be included in his upcoming 5th album. This style is definitely making a comeback in the 21st century.
On the other hand, use your imagination with the help of the visuals below, and you’ll feel like driving late at night across a whole new dimension. As the engines roar, it’ll be cool to think about how neon lights surround you within the vehicle. At just 23-years-old, the versatile, creative, and dynamic producer has released a total of 5 records. And most of them recorded in his bedroom. Believe it or not, he’s completely self-taught and his biggest dream is to collaborate musically with The Weeknd. Get more updates and news on his socials.
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Is The Death Of Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider Possibly Linked To COVID-19?
COVID-19 is especially difficult for patients undergoing cancer treatments as it weakens the immune system. However, nobody has determined if Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider cause of death is possibly linked to Coronavirus. So far, his label Sony Music and his best friend, Ralf Hütter have stated that Florian passed away from cancer just a few days after his birthday. (Source: CNN International)
Patients with cancer and their families might feel worried about the virus, as the disease and its treatment can lower the body’s ability to fight infections. In this case, doctors suggest shielding as the best measure to reduce risks. In short, this means that you stay home and avoid face-to-face contact for at least 12 weeks.
On a side note, Florian Schneider can be considered one of the founding fathers of Electronica. Somehow, he also influenced what we know today as Techno. He was literally an authentic genius, who gained international recognition for his futuristic music. A visionary talent that loved to experiment with robotic-esque vocals, minimal beats, and a variety of synths.
I really admire his musical legacy, and I hope we can see pioneer artists like himself in this new era. Believe it or not, he still has a huge fanbase, that even a man in Florida changed his name to Kraftwerk back in 2016. My favorite track is “Radioactivity”, who was originally written for a Greenpeace’s anti-nuclear campaign. Let me know in the comments below, which is your favorite track.
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Dephman Uploads Relaxing Electronic Music To Enjoy While In “Quarantine”
Besides Netflix, there’s also feel-good electronic music to enjoy during the Coronavirus pandemic. Hailing from Frankfurt, Germany, Dephman gained experience in the art of making music at an early age. Migrating from FL Studio to Reason, his initial stage as a producer led him to experiment with Hip-Hop rhythms, and that genre is still his main influence. Nevertheless, once he discovered EDM, Dubstep, Techno, and even House, he got entirely hooked by Electronica and slower beats. Such is the case that his newest single offers chilled-out melodies, which translates into peace for your mind and soul. For this reason, it’s called “Quarantine” because it will help you to ease self-isolation. Press play on Spotify and share it with friends.
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Crossover Pianist Jolynn Releases “Stop Corona” & Hints A 2nd Album Coming
Jolynn J Chin’s music might be the light that brings a smile to others. Somehow, her piano-driven single “STOP CORONA” becomes the best antidote to low mood, insomnia, stress, and anxiety.
Jolynn J Chin‘s music might be the light that brings a smile to others. Somehow, her piano-driven single “STOP CORONA” becomes the best antidote to low mood, insomnia, stress, and anxiety. For those experiencing mental health challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can benefit from this song’s catchiness.
Believe it or not, this is the first time the artist mixed and produced a song on her own. Inspired by Marc Rebillet’s style, the results are quite unique. Sincerely, I like the way she samples Edvard Grieg’s orchestral piece with pulsating Electronica beats. So, if you still believe instrumental music isn’t cool, chances are you’re wrong. There’s no doubt, she gave a new life to a classic gem by taking its memorable rhythm and intensity to the next level.
With a sense of humor and a touch of grace, the new video portrays her daily quarantine routine. After watching the visuals, you can assume she’s scribbling ideas for her upcoming second album. Perhaps, her next material will arrive later this year or early in 2021. Keep an eye on Jolynn’s socials for more updates!
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Syed Ali Delivers Epic Remix To Eivind Husebø’s “Strange” — LISTEN
After the success of Eivind Husebø‘s latest single, “Strange”, the Norwegian artist teams up with Syed Ali to deliver its proper epic remix. This compelling rework will set you off on a dreamy journey, due to the fusion of ethereal vocals with fresh chilled-out synths. Surprisingly, Eivind’s flawless voice lays perfectly on the relaxing atmospherics. Together they give new life to a tune that talks about the essence of freedom. By all means, it’s interesting to see how the world of Pop and Electronic combine so well. Plus, the constantly changing soundscape feels as fantastic as its brand new melancholic tone. Certainly, one of the most beautiful builds I’ve heard in a while.
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