Nosaj Thing - Fog

My new/old jam, from LA artist Jason Chung (aka Nosaj Thing). Do you see what he did there with his name? Jason —> Nosaj

I like the melodic line and accompanying arppegios very much. It has all the trimmings of a Classically trained mind.

nprmusic:

Van Cliburn, the Texan pianist who captured America by conquering Moscow, has died at age 78. The first classical musician to sell a million albums, he went on to mentor generations of young artists through the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.

nprmusic:

On Atoms for Peace’s first official album, Radiohead singer Thom Yorke lays his weary-but-soaring vocals over an assortment of sounds that whir, clatter, click, twitch and sprawl.
Stream Amok now, and don’t miss our interview with the band .

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nprmusic:

On Atoms for Peace’s first official album, Radiohead singer Thom Yorke lays his weary-but-soaring vocals over an assortment of sounds that whir, clatter, click, twitch and sprawl.

Stream Amok now, and don’t miss our interview with the band .

yesssss

Road Trip Mondays (Night Version): Lane 8 - Every Night

Another take from the majesticcasual Youtube channel, a well curated collection of electronic, house, and hip hop. I hope you enjoy this San Francisco artist’s beats. You can find more of his music here.

Paradis - Hémisphère

1.  Are you a lover of electronic, hip hop, house and dance?
2.  Have you ever heard of the Youtube channel majesticcasual?

If number 1 applies to you, I highly recommend you look into number 2 as your personal electronic radio station. It’s a great subscription that posts clean and hip beats. Decry it as “hipster” you might, but I don’t care. Just shut up and dance; it’s Friday.

Yup, a genuine keytar player busking in the subway. And to be quite frank, he was actually really good.

Yup, a genuine keytar player busking in the subway. And to be quite frank, he was actually really good.

James Blake - The Wilhelm Scream

For a calm snowed-in Saturday, I’m listening to some James Blake as I get my gears in motion for a new original electronic piece. The sound here is very expansive, achieved through some nice reverberation and blurring, echoed back in the music videography. My personal take-home lesson from this is how sparse he keeps his piece while still retaining a rich fullness in sound through the use of filling space.

I don’t know about my dreams