I really love this song You May Start from the German band Klangstabil. This was released in 2004 on the album Taking Nothing Seriously.
“Klangstabil was formed in 1994 by Maurizio Blanco and Boris May.” – Discogs
For more info: klangstabil.com
“The only way that we are able to make a living is by convincing people, sometimes one at a time, that this thing that we have won’t exist without us, and that it is necessary.” The short film Why We … Continue reading
Erin Barra has launched Beats By Girlz, an Indiegogo campaign dedicated to empowering women in the arts. She’s empowering, self-aware, and most importantly a talent, who doesn’t let her gender keep her from breaking any glass ceiling that other female musicians and producers only imagined. Utilizing her position as a multi-faceted woman in audio, Erin […]
Elektron has announced it will launch its new product at Night of Machines, taking place November 23rd in Berlin. A new machine from Elektron is on the horizon. To celebrate it, Elektron will throw a big party in Berlin. The event is called Night of Machines, the date is set to November the 23rd, and […]
Producer, author, and technology advisor Bobby Owsinski has announced the release of his Social Media Promotion for Musicians book. After numerous requests from musicians, artists, bands, engineers, producers and songwriters all over the country, best-selling recording and music business author Bobby Owsinski has finally put the social media strategies taught in his famous clinics into […]
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Propellerhead Software has announced that its Figure music app is available to download at no cost for a limited time. Get FIGURE for free! Did you know that Figure is free App of the Week in the App Store? If you haven’t grabbed this immensely popular iOS app yet, now is definitely the time. World-class […]
About six months ago I was asked to take part in a then secret music project. Tom J Carpenter and Jason Subtractive of Analogue Solutions were planning an ambitious string of Synthpop/New Wave releases. They were going to work with different vocalists, create music videos and promised a high quality package. I knew Jason’s synth work from his synth demos so I didn’t hesitate in saying yes. To say he has the Depeche Mode sound down is an understatement. On the song I gave my voice to titled The Last Martian listen to filtering bassline, high pitched delaying notes and at 43 seconds in there is a panning mid range sound that I’ve only heard Alan Wilder himself create. I knew that Tom was friends with Alan helping him repair some synths and selling him a Telemark. In fact, I question if Jason is actually who he says he is. This was also the first time I recorded my own vocal to someone else’s lyrics. Vile Electrodes, Chad Glenn and With Repercussions also remixed the track. Here he comes with his gun the last martian.
“Sound of Science is pleased to announce the availability of our 2nd EP, “The Last Martian”, featuring THE HORRORIST (Oliver Chesler). Included are remixes by Vile Electrodes, Chad Glenn (The Coil), and SOS!” – Sound of Science