Quite enjoyed this set during work today 🙂
Nice work by the Ableton folks. A website to experiment with beats, melody, harmony, basslines, and song structure: In these lessons, you’ll learn the basics of music making. No prior experience or equipment is required; you’ll do everything right here in your browser. Right here in your browser™ Learning Music with Ableton →
“The Lotus Tree” is a “Rock, Sludge, Metal, Post-Metal, Post-Rock” band from my hometown Deinze. Although I’m no big fan of metal nor screamo-stuff, I am a rather big post-rock fan (Slint!), thus making me like their sound. Whilst listening to this one I found myself nodding along with the track, and getting drawn into […]
Really cool video where one half of the video is juxtaposed with the other half:
Whilst I’m unfamiliar with their previous work, I’m really looking forward to the next Forest Swords album named “Compassion”. Release is due May 5th on Ninja Tune.
From his most recent “Love Songs: Pt. Two”:
Yesterday, on my way to an Agnes Obel concert, I overheard this one on the radio by Roméo Elvis & Le Motel, taken from their album Morale:
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a music video. Here’s one by Kaytranada, taken from his album “99.9%”. The album has been on repeat ever since it dropped in May, and has already taken its place in my “Best Albums of 2016” list.
Once again a great video by the folks over at Vox — their videos are always insightful, clear, well narrated, edited nicely, etc. In this video they talk about Kanye West and usage of the human voice throughout his oeuvre: Kanye West’s music orbits around the power and flexibility of the human voice. Take “Wolves” […]
BlokDust is a web-based music making app. By joining blocks together, you can build synthesizers, put effects on your voice, remix & manipulate samples and arrange self-playing musical environments. Wow! BlokDust →BlokDust Guide →BlokDust Source (GitHub) →