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Album Review: Forest Robots – Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. One

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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.

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6 – Then the Spider Turned into a Cloud

The slow and gentle sound creates a mysterious atmosphere. I would venture to say he also incorporates oriental sounding instrumentation at the same time.

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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Rising Artist Tsunano Releases Music Video Filmed In Hong Kong

Tsunano is a rising artist from Asia who has signed to Universal Music France and is currently promoting the music video for “Educational”.

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is a rising artist from Asia who has signed to Universal Music France and just released the music video for “Educational”. Filmmaker, Hugo Carlier provides great aesthetics and cultural context through the visuals, which took place at Kowloon, an urban area in Hong Kong. Best of all, there’s a nice speech at the intro of the clip in defense of feminism. Musically speaking, you can tell this tune seems to be influenced by Disclosure. Besides that, you will enjoy the way he blends electronic beats, rapid-fire rap verses, and falsetto tones. Little by little, he has gained the support of the local and international dance music community. On a side note, he became the first Chinese talent to perform at Tomorrowland. Eventually, he toured across Europe in events such as Storm Festival, ADE, etc.

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The Most Comfortable Remix For Your Ears Produced By Báhkin

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Generally speaking, when we hear remixes, we can easily imagine an upbeat alternative that differs from the original. Nevertheless, today you can discover the most comfortable remix ever produced. With over 30 years of experience in the electronic music field, Londoner producer Equalisation gave Báhkin the green light to deliver a much-needed treatment of chill-out music on “Know How”.

As a result, try to think of Moroder meets Vangelis but with an updated modern sound. Following a hypnotic melody that goes in crescendo mode, vibes give off relaxing effects to ease you into an imaginative listening experience. For instance, if you close your eyes, you’ll feel like you’re gravitating towards outer space. Sure enough, this is the right electronic music to unwind to. Press play below.     

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Anyone Need Pure Electronic Music? Lotus Prime Is The Answer!

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Braeden Baade aka Lotus Prime is back with “No Muck, No Lotus”. Certainly, this piece of pure electronic music without cheesy vocals might have a relaxing effect on your mind. In fact, the Los Angeles-based producer enjoys meditation and this composition is somewhat related to this healthy practice.

Interestingly, after a retreat at a Buddhist monastery, the artist approached music as a path to enlightenment in order to overcome personal issues. “No Muck, No Lotus” is inspired by the teaching metaphor of the lotus blossom. From my view, we can discover ourselves and keep our inner creativity despite adverse conditions, which would be the dirty muddy water. For this reason, he opts for haunting dark instrumentals on this track.

Also, the ambient/chill textures are essential components to keep you calm while you close your eyes, focus on your breathing and enjoy the present moment. What are you waiting for? Just press play below.

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Discover Your Next Favorite Electronica Producer — Luke Spillane

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Born in Leeds, UK, Luke Spillane is already making a name for himself as an indie Electronica producer. Beyond electronic beats and synth-heavy sounds, his music is highly influenced by Rock. Partially this is due to the fact he has played in different bands for almost 20 years. Not for nothing, the tracks on his 2018 album, ‘The Salt Of The Earth’ were built around pummeling drums and outrageous energy. Furthermore, the rebellious rock and roll spirit and attitude can be felt in his vocals. Here the rhythm doesn’t follow a certain pattern, on the contrary, he plays his own rules based on experimental soundscapes.

Among other things, Luke has spent time studying physics and computer networking in the past. Actually, he enjoys the scientific aspect of sounds and frequencies, implementing his knowledge in his productions. By the way, he has played on stage along with big names like Ian Brown and George Clinton. As a family man, he counts on the support of his wife, who is always present at his live shows. Indeed, Luke is planning to tour the UK in 2020, so stay tuned!

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“Spanner” By Hydraulix Is Definitely A Treat For Drum & Bass Fans

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There are hundreds of Drum & Bass tracks in the world wide web, but none sounds as good as “Spanner” by Hydraulix. The Sydney-based DJ/producer strikes again with his signature infectious melodies. Add to this, strong and powerful BPM that could destroy any dancefloor. Perhaps, you will see a resurgence of this music style in 2020, as it is currently widely accepted by partygoers who always ask for dark basslines and energetic rhythms. Lately, the American label, Wakaan, is supporting creative minds like Hydraulix. Indeed, more and more artists are shaping classic genres into something fresh for the new generations. In this case, here’s a good example that works!

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