Tag Archives: electronic

New Music

Some recent music, delving into new music and artists, as well as favorites, including a release by Hildur Gudnadottir, one of my favorite Icelandic musicians. Seven Lions – Worlds Apart (2014) Seven Lions – The Throes of Winter (2015) Celldweller – End of an Empire (Chapter 03: Dreams) (2015) Celldweller – Transmissions: Volume 01 (2014) […]
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Rameses B – Review of Reborn

I first learned of Rameses B while browsing Indiegogo for music and film projects. After listening to a sample track, I knew this was the music I needed to contribute to and support. The result of this campaign is the album “Reborn“, and it was worth the wait. The layers of multiple instruments present here, […]
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New Music

It’s been awhile since I posted about new music or what has found it’s way to my eager ears.  Here is a quick list, in no particular order.  Some classic metal and mainstays in the music industry and some hard-core dubstep that rattles the brain around. Moby – Innocents (2013) A little more mellow than […]
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New Music

While I have been away from blogging way more than I would like, the music keeps on flowing as there is so much out there.  Found a nice treat with an Icelandic group that I had not heard of, and some other stuff. Arstioir – Arstioir (2009) Arstioir– Svefns Og Voku Skil (2011) An Indie-folk / classical band from […]
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New Music

Trying to keep up with all of the great music out there is a full-time job.  Staying within the electronic, dub-step, classical, hard-to-define genres, I picked up these new/newer/should-have-had a long time ago albums the past week. Lindsey Stirling, self-titled debut (2012) Unbelievable violin set to dub-step, drums, synths, electronic background that on the surface […]
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Music – Olafur Arnalds

Last Thursday beneath the baking 90 degree sun, we made our way to The Cedar for a special evening: Olafur Arnalds. Olafur is an Icelandic musician and composer, whose work can be loosely described as neo-classical / electronic / ambient / ethereal / haunting / melancholy / sparse. In other words, it pulls at every […]
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