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Resolutions 2020: How to Develop Your Own Signature Sound

Delivered... andreasrichter | Scene | Fri 24 Jan 2020 5:54 pm

A fresh year is upon us, but, unsurprisingly, the hustle in many domains remains the same. In a true ‘each one teach one’ spirit, our new year’s resolution series aims on carving out some guidelines on how to survive as an artist within the electronic music world, or how to enter and make it past the gatekeepers in the first place. With music production becoming more affordable over...

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THE BOTTLEROCK FESTIVAL 2020 FOOD LINEUP IS OUT

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Fri 24 Jan 2020 5:00 pm
Bottlerock isn't just a music festival, it's wine, food and everything that goes along with that.

THE TOMORROWLAND 2020 LINEUP IS OUT!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Fri 24 Jan 2020 3:00 pm
So. Many. Great. Names. See who's on the list and when tickets are on sale.

Nicolas Godin: Concrete and Glass review

Delivered... Michael Hann | Scene | Fri 24 Jan 2020 11:30 am

(Because Music)
The former Air member’s second solo album is a paean to various architects the veers between elegant and insipid

It’s hard to credit now how revolutionary Air’s first album, Moon Safari, sounded in 1998 – a soufflé of a record so light and fluffy it was irresistible. Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel had the same retro-futurist bent as Broadcast, but they also had a sweet tooth for bubblegum to go with their gauzy electronica. The range of musical reference has broadened since then, but Concrete and Glass has a familiar wooziness about it.

Where Godin’s first record, Contrepoint, was inspired by Bach – not that you’d know – this one is the soundtrack to a series of site-specific installations paying tribute to various architects.

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Nicolas Godin: Concrete and Glass review

Delivered... Michael Hann | Scene | Fri 24 Jan 2020 11:30 am

(Because Music)
The former Air member’s second solo album is a paean to various architects the veers between elegant and insipid

It’s hard to credit now how revolutionary Air’s first album, Moon Safari, sounded in 1998 – a soufflé of a record so light and fluffy it was irresistible. Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel had the same retro-futurist bent as Broadcast, but they also had a sweet tooth for bubblegum to go with their gauzy electronica. The range of musical reference has broadened since then, but Concrete and Glass has a familiar wooziness about it.

Where Godin’s first record, Contrepoint, was inspired by Bach – not that you’d know – this one is the soundtrack to a series of site-specific installations paying tribute to various architects.

Continue reading...
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