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Indian E-music – The right mix of Indian Vibes… » 2020 » September » 01


Eventide is giving away a Buchla-inspired chaos synth for free, and it doesn’t use iLok

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 1 Sep 2020 7:02 pm

Experimental, "chaos"-driven, West Coast synthesis is now delightfully popular. And the creative folks at Newfangled Audio have developed a monosynth - free, and they're quick to add, without iLok.

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Go read (and listen to) Ash Lauryn – from Atlanta to the world, Black and underground

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 1 Sep 2020 6:06 pm

Ash Lauryn, Detroit-born journalist, DJ, and creator now based in Atlanta, helms Beatportal this month and champions "Black and underground" music in all her work. Here's where to find it all so you make sure not to miss it.

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arcologies is wonderfully archaic music art for monome norns

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 1 Sep 2020 4:41 pm

What if Conway's Game of Life, a Tamigotchi, a Turing machine, a Game Boy, and a stack of ecology and philosophy books got mixed up in a transporter accident and then spawned... a new monome program? Well, it'd probably look like this.

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Charles & Eddie’s Eddie Chacon: ‘It took me 10 years to recover from being a one-hit wonder’

Delivered... Andrew Male | Scene | Tue 1 Sep 2020 11:32 am

The soulful singer had a worldwide hit with 1992’s Would I Lie to You, but he was dropped and his musical partner died. Now, he has poured his pain into a cathartic comeback album

Eddie Chacon still remembers hitting rock bottom. “It was 15 years ago,” he says. “And it sounds like something from like a bad movie.” Since childhood, he would get up at 8am and work on music. “That morning, my wife walked into my studio and I was just sitting there. She asked, ‘What’s wrong?’ I just said, ‘Nobody’s listening.’ I turned everything off, walked out, and I never went back for 10 years.”

It’s a warm summer’s morning in Los Feliz, Los Angeles and Chacon is sitting in the bright, white study of his 1930s Spanish-style casita and talking about his new album, Pleasure, Joy and Happiness. If you know Chacon’s name it’s most likely as one half of early 90s US duo Charles & Eddie, who were No 1 for two weeks in 1992 with the sweet neo-soul pleader Would I Lie to You. Eddie was the androgynously handsome Latino one with the hoop earrings and the mane of thick, dark black hair halfway down his back. He sang the Marvin-meets-Jacko falsetto parts and those little cries of “Oh yeah!”

I always said if I got my head screwed on straight I could make one record where I was honest with myself

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