Free Music Friday: Still there? If you survived Apocalypse 2012, get ready for the Synthpocalypse with Transponder’s Prophecy. It’s offered as a free (name your own price) download via bandcamp.
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Saturday Synth Porn: Here’s an up close and personal look at the Analogue Solutions Concussor line of modular synth drum modules.
The Concussor modules feature pure analog voice circuitry. Many of the modules emulate the sound of classic Roland analog drums sounds.
In this video, Live Prog’s
Marcel Haster offers his perspective on ‘a progger’s journey into EM’.
This isn’t intended to be a comprehensive look at electronic music, but primarily synth music/space music that shares some elements with prog.
The video for Ultraista’s,
Bad Insect combines psychedelic visuals with a hypnotic groove, bringing to mind some of the early Chemical Brothers videos.
Bad Insect is the debut single from Ultraista, a trio comprised of vocalist/artist Laura Bettinson and multi-instrumentalist/producers Nigel Godrich and Joey Waronker.
Sound For Good – a record label that publishes and promote new music as a means to support good causes – has released a new album, Oceans.
Oceans features 60 tracks, by a variety of electronic music artists, and is
available for digital download for $1 or more. The artists have donated their work, all funds go to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.
Sunday Synth Jam: UK composer & producer Cary Grace performs an impromptu improvisation on the Buchla 200 Series Electric Music Box.
The Airtight Garage, a podcast that features space rock, psychedelia and the ‘lost gems of yesteryear’.
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