Good house music in general, not mainstream just awesome music you can hear or dance to.
I’m not well versed in all the genres of electronic music, I even curate a feel dance playlists here and there. Sometimes I feel it’s very hard to make something danceable while escaping from the usual commercial edm stuff, the Spotify playlists like New Dance Revolution, New Hot Dance, New Dance, MINT, etc and keeping up with the good beats, it’s always a challenge. If there is a playlist curator I wish I had discovered before when I first started to curate dance playlists and write this blog is Island Beat Music. Today I bring to your attention their Tech House 2019, this one by Bernardo, it has a total of 86 tracks at this moment it has received some occasional additions, keeping the original date of curation for the older ones. They also receive submissions via Submithub.
If you want to have your playlist shared here in Synths of Eden, please fill our playlist form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScxLYqbBowSwKJAcYsPhKXaC4gEDTCg6n9Q9tr8tMgwVRZ7JA/viewform
Today we’re sharing a playlist curated by the music blog Stereofox called Funky Flavors. It came to us via our Playlist Form, where we receive playlists or mixtapes submission by different curators. Certainly it’s introducing some genres new to this blog, which makes it an interesting asset to be shared. It has a nu-disco vibe, with lots of groove bass-lines and keys. A playlist that would make George Clinton and Afrika Bambaataa smile, close their eyes and shake their heads. They accept submissions, via Submithub. Around 50 tracks of a great mood playlist.
A playlist by Neon Fawkes, Julian Green from Canada, according to him the playlist is about: “Synthwave (all sub genres). Over 900 artists. Your one stop shop to discover all the artists that create this beautiful music. Pre-sorted with new discoveries at the top. Curated and always updated.”
Submissions are accepted, so if you are a Synthwave artist or have Synthwave tracks to suggest, message Neon Fawkes in his social media profiles, he’s an active Twitter user @julesneonfawkes
Do you make playlists or mixtapes yourself? Do you know somebody who does? Regardless of how it’s done, if it’s a mixtape, a Spotify, Soundcloud or in a Podcast/Radio format, we’ll be glad to listen to it and eventually share, in case we like it. Synths of Eden started as a Spotify playlist and we want to open the blog for contribution of other playlist curators.
Since yesterday we already received 5 responses.
Here’s the form: https://goo.gl/forms/f1Z2uXDQkN1hZWct2
Techno Kult is a playlist curated by Marco Ramadori, Kultoff, that has been recently featured in the blog with his track Aliens Must Die. Currently the playlist has 111 tracks, so there’s a lot of techno there, music non-stop.
90s metal is not the usual style covered by Synths of Eden, but it’s a style of fundamental importance in the recent music history, especially the work of some great bands and producers that are worth being shared.
So here’s a playlist edited by LPascolatti (this blog’s editor) for all those metalheads that eventually follow/read our blog. A collection of tracks that were part of albums produced by Scott Burns during the 90s, including classics from Death, Sepultura, Cannibal Corpse, Napalm Death, Obituary and others.
Starting with 50 tracks, the idea is to grow this number, for now we are aiming to 70.
A playlist full of trippy rock tracks. Psychedelic Waves of Eden wants to provide you with the best selection of modern psychedelic rock, shoegaze and stoner rock curated by the music blog Synths of Eden.
Most of the tracks featured by Synths of Eden during June and July of 2018. A considerable diversity of genres and styles one after the other. A discovery playlist. So, don’t expect a cohesive playlist. But a diverse and highly creative mix.
As the month of June had fewer number of submissions, this month’s Soundcloud Playlist came out together with the July tracks featured by Synths of Eden. In total, 42 tracks with all the different content shared by the blog.