There are many ways to go into heavy music. You can be a tech-nerd, a flamboyant freak, or a disagreeing rebel. Or you can place a bet solely on the power of music and your smashing energy and go with it. It seems that Heart Of Jordan chose the latter.
Artists like nothing better than paint another gloomy picture of our dystopian future. But not all of them manage to do so with needed elegance and grace. Luckily, our today’s heroes and the winners of the Best Electronic Song of March 2019 Tournament — RVSKCTRL — are quite an exception.
We all have our struggles and the need to share them once in a while. Musicians are no different. Some of them try to create awareness about environmental problems or mental health. Some of them sing of broken hearts. Some of them are ready to lead a revolution with every
Savannah Low was born a musician. But more importantly, she worked her whole life to make it one. It took her 16 years, but now she had finally found her style, released her first EP, and won the Top Pop Song of March 2019 Tournament on Louder.me. And she’s not
Synthwave has become one of the fastest-growing genres of non-mainstream electronic music in recent years. I’ve been fascinated and delighted to watch the growth of the #synthfam community on Twitter as I’ve interviewed synthwave artists. I invited people from the #synthfam to respond to questions of what people are enjoying
This release here was brewing for years. Similarly to A Moon Shaped Pool, Thom Yorke’s third album finally puts down long-anticipated tracks onto a proper release. The essence of the album is similar to what Thom has been doing for ages: pushing his own brand of EDM inspired by Warp