ELECTRONiC
defn/: music that employs electronic musical instruments, digital instruments and circuitry-based music technology.
ELECTRONiC
(defn/: music that employs electronic musical instruments, digital instruments and circuitry-based music technology)

Electronic Music the genre with endless possibilities

Have you ever pulled an aux cable from your device abruptly while the other end still jacked in the speaker and touched the end with your bare finger? You will hear an irritating & annoying glitched sound, an electric hum. This is because when you touch the tip, you are completing what is called is an electric circuit, with your body as the bridge between the cable to the ground. The jack picks up the natural electricity your body produces, which is what creates the buzz. But, musically what excites me is this glitch-based audio media can be recorded and manually manipulated to have rhythm & harmony and sound amazingly different, so different that this glitch based music is actually a genre of electronic music by the same name. Just like this, there are endless possibilities to electronic music.
Thanks to many talented experimental musicians who experimented with sound & had come up with their own sound. Because that was how electronic music came into existence. Primarily, it was a German krautrock band Kraftwerk formed in 1969 who began experimenting & innovated their musical instruments giving birth to a new sound, a new genre of music called Electronic music. By far, it is the widest genre of music with way more than 100 sub-genres & yet more are being curated by talented music producers around the globe, approving it to be a global genre of music with no language barrier whatsoever. With the boom of globalization & ever-advancing internet technology, more musicians are emerging into the scene that helps keep the electronic music ever-growing like a pulsating beat...
Evident the evolution yourself through these videos that are from two different timelines, i.e., the 70s & the 80s.
The images on the right may seem random but those are some of the remarkable electronic music albums or artists who had revolutionized the music culture since their inception in the music scene. The artists featured in the images are Kraftwerk, Aphex Twin, Jeff Mills & Richie Hawtin (Plastikman) respectively. I will introduce them and their music in a matter of time. Till then enjoy the first playlist of my Electronic Music Playlist series.
  1. Release The Pressure (Leftfield,House) Leftfield 7:40
  2. Oh My Love (Synth-pop) Martin L. Gore 3:33
  3. I Get Deep (feat. Roland Clark) [Late Nite Tuff Guy Remix] [Emanuel Satie Rework] (House) DJ Le Roi 4:46
  4. Sleepless Night (Dub) Zenzile 4:13
  5. Hipsteppin' (Jungle) MC Det 3:41
  6. Insomnia (Techno) Faithless 3:35
  7. Untrust Us (Electro) Crystal Castles 3:07
  8. Finally Moving (Downtempo) Pretty Lights 4:38
  9. Man-O-To (Minimal) Nu 9:34
  10. Daydream in blue (Trip-Hop) I Monster 3:23
  11. Nitin Sawhney - Daydream (Engine-EarZ Experiment Remix) (Dubstep) 5:10
  12. Starve The Ego, Feed The Soul (Glitch-Hop) The Glitch Mob 5:46
  13. Sing it back (Herbert's Tasteful Dub) Nova Tunes 5:58
  14. Cold Sand (Chillwave) Teen Daze 4:10
  15. KanorHati (Experimental) Aku-Aku 3:27
  16. Know Yourself (Dub) Zenzile 3:55
  17. Enjoy The Ride (Feat. Judy Tzuke) (Trip-Hop) Morcheeba 4:03
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Have you ever pulled an aux cable from your device abruptly while the other end still jacked in the speaker and touched the end with your bare finger? You will hear an irritating & annoying glitched sound, an electric hum. This is because when you touch the tip, you are completing what is called is an electric circuit, with your body as the bridge between the cable to the ground. The jack picks up the natural electricity your body produces, which is what creates the buzz. But, musically what excites me is this glitch-based audio media can be recorded and manually manipulated to have rhythm & harmony and sound amazingly different, so different that this glitch based music is actually a genre of electronic music by the same name. Just like this, there are endless possibilities to electronic music.
Thanks to many talented experimental musicians who experimented with sound & had come up with their own sound. Because that was how electronic music came into existence. Primarily, it was a German krautrock band Kraftwerk formed in 1969 who began experimenting & innovated their musical instruments giving birth to a new sound, a new genre of music called Electronic music. By far, it is the widest genre of music with way more than 100 sub-genres & yet more are being curated by talented music producers around the globe, approving it to be a global genre of music with no language barrier whatsoever. With the boom of globalization & ever-advancing internet technology, more musicians are emerging into the scene that helps keep the electronic music ever-growing like a pulsating beat...
Evident the evolution yourself through these videos that are from two different timelines, i.e., the 70s & the 80s.
The images on the right may seem random but those are some of the remarkable electronic music albums or artists who had revolutionized the music culture since their inception in the music scene. The artists featured in the images are Kraftwerk, Aphex Twin, Jeff Mills & Richie Hawtin (Plastikman) respectively. I will introduce them and their music in a matter of time. Till then enjoy the first playlist of my Electronic Music Playlist series.

Electronic Playlist #1

  1. Release The Pressure (Leftfield,House) Leftfield 7:40
  2. Oh My Love (Synth-pop) Martin L. Gore 3:33
  3. I Get Deep (feat. Roland Clark) [Late Nite Tuff Guy Remix] [Emanuel Satie Rework] (House) DJ Le Roi 4:46
  4. Sleepless Night (Dub) Zenzile 4:13
  5. Hipsteppin' (Jungle) MC Det 3:41
  6. Insomnia (Techno) Faithless 3:35
  7. Untrust Us (Electro) Crystal Castles 3:07
  8. Finally Moving (Downtempo) Pretty Lights 4:38
  9. Man-O-To (Minimal) Nu 9:34
  10. Daydream in blue (Trip-Hop) I Monster 3:23
  11. Nitin Sawhney - Daydream (Engine-EarZ Experiment Remix) (Dubstep) 5:10
  12. Starve The Ego, Feed The Soul (Glitch-Hop) The Glitch Mob 5:46
  13. Sing it back (Herbert's Tasteful Dub) Nova Tunes 5:58
  14. Cold Sand (Chillwave) Teen Daze 4:10
  15. KanorHati (Experimental) Aku-Aku 3:27
  16. Know Yourself (Dub) Zenzile 3:55
  17. Enjoy The Ride (Feat. Judy Tzuke) (Trip-Hop) Morcheeba 4:03
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