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The Chemical Brothers Return With “Got To Keep On” Music Video

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Today my favorite electronic music duo share with us the “Got To Keep On” music video. Shortly following the release of “Free Yourself”, The Chemical Brothers are back not only with new visuals but also with the announcement of their next album. Entitled as ‘No Geography’, their 9th record will include a total of 10 tracks. What’s more, it is expected to be released in April. On a side note, some songs will have a vintage feel as they were built around vocal samples from past decades. For instance, “Go To Keep On” is a little bit funky to my ears, and I love that unusual combination of Electronica and Disco. Video directed by Michel Gondry & Olivier Gondry. Enjoy it right here!

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Tom Major Delivers Dark Electronic Music To Rave With “Deus Meus”

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Tom Major Delivers Dark Electronic Music To Rave With "Deus Meus"
You might have a great time and lose your mind if you hear “Deus Meus” at a rave. Italian native Luca Bartolucci aka Tom Major puts his producing ability on display with this piece of dark electronic music. From the start, enigmatic sounds will transport you to the underground realms. What’s more, it will have you moving your feet in no time.

According to the artist himself, his tracks can be conceptualized as moments, memories or even a landscape. In the case of “Deus Meus”, you’ll almost feel a spiritual experience as it is based on hypnotic sequences and vocals that emulate a prayer. Undoubtedly, Tom challenges the status quo and makes the difference with something unconventional. “Deus Meus” is now available to stream on all major digital platforms. Press play below.

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Music Producer Ed Page Innovates With A Genre Called Fantasy

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The unmistakable signature sound of fantasy, a genre created by Ed Page is a sign of the upcoming era of music. Clearly, the young producer from LA understands that innovation is the key in order to succeed in the saturated music industry. Inspired by Kanye West, Michael Jackson, Wham!, and Avicii, he tries to embrace different elements from them. Ed’s technique for this new genre creates theatrical, mysterious, nostalgic and heartfelt vibes all around. Moreover, playing the piano and writing songs are skills he developed from his childhood. However, he is also keen on acting. Big dreams like winning a Grammy, donating to charities in need of funding, and producing tracks for movies and TV shows, constitute his real motivations. Below you can listen to the instrumental version of his next single “Some Dreams Come True”. Stay tuned for more!

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A Relaxing Listening Experience With Sarah J’Vine’s New Song “Walking On Stars”

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A Relaxing Listening Experience With Sarah J'Vine's New Song, "Walking On Stars"
Before everything else, let the music work its magic as Sarah J’Vine delivers a one-of-a-kind listening experience. Her flair for trying out with soothing and relaxing beats led her to create “Walking On Stars”. This new song serves as an early teaser from the singer’s forthcoming album titled, ‘Embracing Eternity Within’. At first listening, Sarah’s angelic vocals are out of this world!

Probably, she connects with her higher self in order to deliver spiritual-like compositions like “Walking On Stars”. In fact, the Australia-based artist is also gifted with psychic abilities, which make her a sensitive woman. Therefore, her musical project has a sense of solidarity because she’s able to heal listeners through vibrating melodies. Without further ado, this is your time to chill. So, hit the play button and feel the energy flow immediately.

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11 Must-Listen Electronica Tracks From Forest Robots’ Long-Awaited Third Album

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returns with his third studio album, ‘Times When I Know You’ll Watch The Sky’. As a conceptual piece, this fresh record is an ode to autumn. In fact, it is correlated with his previous works which were inspired by spring and summer. Overall, the motivation behind this music project are elements of nature and its own interpretation. While it is true there are no lyrics nor vocals to analyze, instrumentals can be powerfully emotive too. The magic of synths gives this album a dreamy, delicate, chilled and even futuristic tone. Not for nothing, all these 11 must-listen Electronica tracks can actually induce you to meditative states.

Under the premise, innovate or die, the American artist has chosen the right path. That being said, he has dropped a short film in order to provide a new dimension to the album’s listening experience. What’s more, his cinematic sonic arrangements captivate the senses as usual. In my opinion, the third album strengthens his credibility amongst other Producers who can’t think outside the box as Forrest Robots does. Watch the full clip via YouTube below.

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Warning: ANASIA Creates Something That “Sounds Like FEAR” For Halloween

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Ambient tracks can also be scary. With this in mind, award-winning composer ANASIA delivers spooky atmospherics on her latest work, “Sounds Like FEAR”. As a matter of fact, her new instrumental piece is based on the music she wrote back in 2007 for the Horror short, ‘Sulphur for Leviathan’, directed by James Quinn. Best of all, she’s planning to drop the ‘BLURRED’ album in December, with the purpose of reimagining the film score. Of course, “Sounds Like FEAR” comes at the right time for Halloween!

Interestingly, ANASIA takes a new experimental approach to this version and emulates the surreal concept of the movie. Furthermore, its quiet nature is what truly provides a touch of suspense to the whole arrangement. Likewise, she proves there’s no need to use noisy effects when subtle sounds are even much more terrifying. Without further ado, this innovative artist invites listeners to explore the dark side of a slowly-evolving melody, which evokes feelings of intrigue and mystery. Enjoy it.

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