Warning: mysql_get_server_info(): Access denied for user 'indiamee'@'localhost' (using password: NO) in /home/indiamee/public_html/e-music/wp-content/plugins/gigs-calendar/gigs-calendar.php on line 872

Warning: mysql_get_server_info(): A link to the server could not be established in /home/indiamee/public_html/e-music/wp-content/plugins/gigs-calendar/gigs-calendar.php on line 872
Indian E-music – The right mix of Indian Vibes… » 2018 » January » 19


SXSW MUSIC ADDED 120 NEW SHOWCASING ARTISTS!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Fri 19 Jan 2018 7:30 pm
Okkervil River, R3LL, Josh T. Pearson, Mr. Paradise and Kay Odyssey are part of 120 new artists added to an already huge lineup.

Discover 10 Deep Cuts From The Crates Of Hamburg Techno Duo Extrawelt

Delivered... By Extrawelt | Scene | Fri 19 Jan 2018 12:37 pm

The post Discover 10 Deep Cuts From The Crates Of Hamburg Techno Duo Extrawelt appeared first on Telekom Electronic Beats.

Exotica in the Mix by Vladimir Lenhart

Delivered... Vladimir Lenhart | Scene | Fri 19 Jan 2018 7:00 am

The Serbian musician and journalist Vladimir Lenhard, founder of the tape label Lenhart Tapes, has remixed sounds, interviews, videos, and other material from the section of «exotica» from the Norient exhibition Seismographic Sounds. Listen to the Mix below.

Exotica (Introduction from Seismographic Sounds)

Exotic is always the other, the foreign, the exceptional. Musicians and video artists create new homelands in their music videos with colorful costumes, folkloric dances and foreign instruments. The line between Ethno-Kitsch and the vision of a new world is thin. In this chapter’s main video clips we find: an attack on fake ideas of British national purity, parodies of African stereotypes, and a kinship between Chile and Palestine. Furthermore we focus on South Africa, where musicians create very diverse visions of their home country: some mix together rituals from different places, others perform modern house music in rural settings, while some are accused of appropriation. Others look back into the 1950s, 60s and 70s, when musicians in the diaspora created exiting experiments with fake authenticity. Others focus on the dustbin of their culture. The South and its Diaspora send both direct and puzzling messages.

> Read More on Exotica on Norient

This text was published first as an introduction to the chapter «Exotica» in the second Norient book Seismographic Sounds. Click on the image to know more.

Read More on Norient

> Martin Stokes & Thomas Burkhalter: «The Banalization of the Exotic»
> Vladimir Lenhart: «Bad Copy: Serbian Satire»

TunePlus Wordpress Theme