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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Meet The Original White Devil & His Controversial Remix Here!
Hailing from Denver, Colorado, White Devil is synonymous with originality and rebellion. As a matter of fact, the producer experiments with Rap, Hip-Hop, Metal, and Electronica, while giving his tracks a sense of controversy. Without a doubt, he is aware of social injustice in all forms. So, naturally, he feels the need to express his discontent through music as a protest against violence.
Recent events of police brutality and abuse of authority in America led him to remix Snap!’s ’90s hit “The Power”. Entitled as “BLS (It’s Gettin’ Kinda Heavy)”, the final outcome is literally pure fire. There’s something dope about its complex drum pattern accompanied by non-stop aggressive energy. If you’re hooked into dark Electronica artists such as The Crystal Method or The Prodigy then you must keep an eye on White Devil’s upcoming cuts.
On a side note, he’s currently working on special tunes for his second album, ‘Year of the Tyrant’, which will revolve around transcendental topics of 2020, including the coronavirus pandemic, politics, etc. In other words, he’ll make sure his artistic vision is a huge wake-up call in the conscience. Sure enough, you can expect more from his signature sound, which relies heavily on sampling ‘gangsta rap’ classics, cult horror movies, and current news.
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NaCL Announces 80s-Influenced Album ‘Revenge Of The Synth’
Synthesizers and delicious electronic beats will dominate NaCL‘s 80s-influenced album, ‘Revenge Of The Synth’. The London-based artist is treating vintage music lovers with a new project that involves a variety of international singers/songwriters. Aimed at capturing the energy of the classic feel-good songs with a modern touch, you can already try this material on Amazon Music. What’s more, it will be out via other streaming outlets like Spotify and Apple Music on August 6th. In anticipation of this, fans can enjoy the recently premiered visuals for the opening track “The Year Is 2020”.
Over the years, NaCL has made a name for himself as a Dance music producer, DJ, and radio presenter in the UK. So far, his achievements go beyond topping the Beatport charts in multiple times under different styles, ranging from Disco to House. In short, he’s a musical prodigy without formal musical training.
Every time he gets in the studio he felt inspired by big bands, some of the are Duran Duran, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Depeche Mode, The Human League, Daft Punk, among others. The eclectic side of his productions showcases the cross-pollination of genres in his next record. Lastly, NaCL is open to collaborations and working on side ventures with other creative thinkers in the industry. Stay alert on his socials below for more information.
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Crimson Medici Will Help You Enter Into A Deep State Of “Meditation”
Crimson Medici‘s signature Electronica sound can be described as dreamy, ambient, and ethereal. Just recently, the British duo dropped “Meditation”, an incredible tune that works as a natural stress stabilizer. Therefore, if you are looking to relax, unwind, and lose yourself in the music, this tune was designed for you.
Magically, the New Age-like synths + the compelling soothing vocals of Wendy (singer) will actually help enter into a deep state of “Meditation”. I can guarantee feelings of anxiety will vanish immediately once you let the rhythm flow through your body. My first recommendation is to use headphones and close your eyes as you listen to the lyrics which evokes positive vibes. Crimson Medici got inspired by the challenging times due to the global pandemic that has taken a massive toll on people’s mental health.STREAM/DOWNLOAD
Crimson Medici is formed by Wendy, a medical administrator, and Nick (keyboard player) who works in cyber forensics. Both of them love to express their imagination by creating unique soundscapes and writing fun songs. Surely, variety is the spice of life, so besides their awesome Chill-Out songs, they also experiment with playful dancey melodies. Good examples include “Feel The Beat” and “Survivor”, available to stream on all major digital streaming platforms. Nowadays, Crimson Medici is working on an album at their own semi-professional studio. They also plan to show off their flair for Pop and Trip-Hop on this future release. Stay alert for new announcements below.
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You Heard It Here First: “Drive Me Crazy” By Max Romer & Julia Faulks
Here’s a song that is worth listening to from Julia Faulks. No one can deny her vocals shine bright. “Drive Me Crazy” produced by Max Romer builds smoothly from its intro to its last drop. Also, I believe this track is best for slow dancing in your bedroom. What’s great about the whole composition is the combination of organic instrumentation + electronic music. Such good chilled vibes make it splendid when things get a bit too stressful. For those looking to create an atmosphere of rich aromas and mellow beats, “Drive Me Crazy” will suit your super chill playlist. Listen in full below.
Both artists met each other while working at a radio/TV station in Oxfordshire. Inspired by Above & Beyond + Armin Van Buren, you can tell they also incorporate Trance-like elements and hypnotic sonic effects on “Drive Me Crazy”. Best of all, Max and Julia are already working on their next collaborative project. So far, they’ve confessed it’s upbeat and mainly melodic. Their second offering is due for release in August, so let’s keep an eye on them.
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Get A Dose Of Dark Electronica Produced By Paolo Virdis — LISTEN
Wanna get immersed in a mysterious sonic atmosphere vaguely by Industrial-esque beats? Then, listen to Paolo Virdis‘ dark Electronica. The Italian producer from the city of Torino has over 20 years of experience in the artistic field. Recently, one of his most popular tracks to date, “Rimango Qui”, received positive feedback from radio stations and also among the SoundCloud community. His wide experience as a pianist makes him a good connoisseur of the theory behind harmony. Clearly, legends like Front242 and Kraftwerk are the major influences on this amazing track. I’m loving the authentic drums and the vocoders, it sounds like a theme of a Sci-Fi film. Best of all, “Rimango Qui” is available on all musical digital stores. Check this out!
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