The original song, Bangkok, combines electronic music patterns with traditional Latin American percussions and guitar riffs. The rest of the songs are remixes from Whirling Wolf releasing artist Claus Vega, Timoti, Kaan and Thommie G, reinforcing the idea of the album as a cross path between electronic and Latin America’s music.
Featured in Synths of Eden before with Tribal, Argentinian producer Wiki Chaves is back with a new track Bangkok. As much as with Tribal, Wiki Chaves drew inspiration from his South American roots to compose the rhythm and melodies to what is his kind of electronic music. The use of string instruments is something typical of Wiki Chaves when it comes to producing his tracks, he shows his skills as a guitarist. Bangkok comes out as an EP, featuring the original mix plus other 4 remixes, including a great remix of Tribal by Timoti.
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Textile Workers has been released last Friday, by a.harlana. The track is a mix of contemporary psychedelic rock with lo-fi shoegaze and dream pop. a.harlana is a band from New York, United States. A very intimate feeling comes up when listening this track, which is well represented by the cover art.
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Featured in Synths of Eden previously with SunRaColtraneSolar, Kaos Protokollfrom Bern, Switzerland, is back here with another track, Story Line. Kaos Protokoll is a jazz band that doesn’t dare to explore tunes typical of electronic music. You will find synthesizers together with drums, bass and brass instruments, including heterodox arrangements that progresses from mellow to uplifting in a short time lapse. Story Line is part of their latest album called Everyone Nowhere, by Prolog Records. The whole album deserves to be listened, which also includes SunRaColtraneSolar as the last track. The opening track, Flash Frame, also deserves special attention. If you like good music, jazz and electronic music Everyone Nowhere is an album for you.
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And every rhythm is a fire
Just want to be part of your tiles
So let us push these things aside
And start ourselves a paradigm
Capiroto Records presents you Moran Gang, from Stockholm, Sweden, and his single new single Andromedary. He provides us a delicate experimentalism, that shows the subtlety of synthesizers summed by poetic vocals. It’s etheric, starting slowly, growing, exploding with bright lead synth lines and ending gloriously, fading as a message or a blown leaf.
Moran Gang or Nathanael Saposnikoff, comes from Stockholm and generally plays in a couple of different groups and projects. He started producing solo materials under his alias (Nathanael) about 2 years ago and around the same time started to produce music for a dance performance that was more electronically oriented. Later on, he released the result of that show as Moran Gang (the EP ‘Squid Tango‘) and he is working continuously with both projects. The music for Nathanael Saposnikoff is more personal, more analogue, or indie-psych-dreamy oriented, while Moran Gang is electronic oriented, with drops of experimentation. Both projects are all produced by Nathanael throughout the whole process.
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A synth ‘n’ shredding soundtrack to a game that never existed. ‘The Last Stand of TJ Lazer’ is a C64-inspired sonic showdown about a space cowboy going out with all guns blazing.
The track also comes with two covers from badass ’80s games. The first is ‘My Lover’, the closing credits to The Super Shinobi / Revenge of Shinobi, by the legendary Yuzo Koshiro.
The other cover is ‘Splash Wave’, originally by Hiroshi Kawaguchi and the S.S.T. Band, from 1986 high action road racing game Out Run.
First thing that came to my mind listening to The Last Stand of TJ Lazer by Alpha Chrome Yayo, producer from Belfast city, was Johann Sebastian Bach and all sorts of melodies composed by him. Sonically, it has a big influence of chiptune, but not entirely, we can also find an electric guitar solo there, allegro, on a high BPM. The Bandcamp version embedded has two bonus tracks from Sega games, such as Shinobi.
“Fourtwenty” is a melancholic and trippy tune from my upcoming album called “Nostalgia” where my focus was to create a sonic cinema for the mind. With its bass-heavy groove, unexpected musical elements, and expressive saxophone solo I’ve tried to recreate a mystical and psychedelic experience.
Fourtwenty is a track Danya Vodovoz’s latest album, Nostalgia. An excellent combination between old school dub and contemporary downtempo electronic music, such as trip hop. The new album has many influences in the field of more chill electronic music, but dub is omnipresent in almost all the tracks, such as Train of Thought, but there’s a big presence of tunes belonging to jazz, specially the use of keys. The last track is more progressive and lasts for 10 minutes, El Topo, chill yet psychedelic. Danya has been featured here before with a deep house track called Nautilus. If you like easy-listening and dub music, you should def take a listen to Nostalgia.
Chilling in Eden is back with a new track on the top, Origami, by Cale Hawkins, from Brooklyn, New York. According to his press release, Hawkins has lived as a nomadic musician since 2012. Touring, writing, and producing internationally with a wide array of artists and groups. His songs draw from experiences both real and surreal, influenced equally by a childhood spent in isolation, and recent years of performing across four continents and seventeen countries.
violin by Chase Potter
cello by Ansel Cohen
all other vocals & instruments by Cale Hawkins
engineered by Cale Hawkins at Greylock Records, Brooklyn, NY
and Eric Tait, Jr. at The Farm, West Chester, PA
mixed by Ben Talmi at Greylock Records, Brooklyn, NY
mastered by Mike Kalajian at Rogue Planet Mastering
cover art by Dylan Aiello and Cale Hawkins
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New release by LPascolatti, first produced in Spiderhuis Studio, Rotterdam. It has been reworked in his new studio in Amsterdam, one year after. The idea behind the track is to create a techno that is electronic yet keeping organic instrumentals, such as electric guitar and vocals. The mixing has been highly inspired by dub techno productions. For January, it’s expected an extended mix with a Remix version.
Synths of Eden’s radar of new electronic music is reacting to JohnT’s newest release, Ramen. Producer from Marseilles, France, JohnT is very active with fresh electronic tunes coming out almost every month, always daring to innovate while keeping that uplifting danceable mood typical from the Mediterranean sea. With Ramen, JohnT was inspired by Asian samples and harmony. The results are likely to impress fans of traditional electronic music and dance alike.