This track from SOHN kinda surprised me. The first time I heard it I just thought “that’s a nice tune”. But the more I listen to it the more I love it. It’s a little bit more pop-rock than what I usually share here, but I didn’t want to keep this away from you! ;-)
Yet another great track from xSDTRK! This one’s clearly a lot darker and less dreamy than powDer, which I posted before. It’s got this DnB feel but not too fast, which makes it listenable for any time of the day. I really love this and I’m definetely looking forward to hear more of xSDTRK after these two killer tunes.
DyE - Fantasy
Krampfhaft’s Marram is one of my favorite ambient tracks of the year. I totally love it. Great build up, very smooth melody and rhythm and I also really love the bass. I can listen to it for hours and every time I hear it it keeps getting better!
It’s been quiet for a while due too my busy schedule since school started again. I’m now doing a minor called Digital Audio Design. That’s right! I’m learning to make my own electronic music right now. Which means I had to team up with someone (we have to work in pairs) and choose a style that we’re going to use. Now, she’s really into hip-hop and I never really listened to hip-hop before. But now her hip-hop side met my ambient side and now I’m completely in love with this hip-hop/ambient music. One of my favorite tracks of the moment is this one:
I recently fell seriously in love with this track, thanks to Birp’s July playlist. The beats, the melodies, the vocals, everything just fits perfectly together. I’m really into this electronic/dreampop music as he calls it himself. And this guy appears to make a lot of other great tunes, which doesn’t really surprise me, so here you go!
I thought I might as well just be clear with you guys and tell you where I get most of the music from that I upload here. There are 2 main sources I get my tunes from. I think I could say that about 60% of the music I know is from Birp. About 15% is from MajesticCasual. Then 10% is from Youth//Explosion Another 10% is probably from random surfing on the internet and the last 5% might even be some top-40 bullcrap, which appears to be not even so bad after all. Birp (monthly playlist of 100+ new artists) shares a lot indie/rock/electronica/triphop kinda music, where MajesticCasual (Youtube channel) is more focused on the electronic, ambient and hiphop music. Be sure to follow them both!
Now I wonder, where do you know most of your music from?