Compilation with most of the tracks reposted on Soundcloud by Synths of Eden.
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.
23 tracks of artists shared by Synths of Eden in Soundcloud during the month of August.
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.
Art by Olga Sergeeva
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.
Synths of Eden new techno playlist. Classic techno, new techno, heterodox techno, traditional techno, all techno.
At first we were mainly posting techno tracks in Synths of Eden playlist, but I guess techno is such a particular style of electronic music that it deserves a playlist just for itself. The idea was to mix different influences of techno, some more contemporary, others more unconventional or “heterodox”, as much as some progressive techno, minimal or more old school techno, everything when it comes to techno is included. As usual, 50 tracks, that will be updated each new techno track or artist we feature on the blog, which means it’s a rotative playlist.
Submissions are more than welcome!
As usual, we are sharing a Soundcloud playlist with most of the tracks featured by Synths of Eden during the month of May. Not the busiest month for the blog, as mentioned in our last Editorial/Disclaimer, but for sure full of new ideas and motivation to make this blog something nice for music fans all around the globe.
In total we have 32 track from many varied genres covered here, from more experimental to more pop tracks.
Hope you all enjoy!
Having some peyote from the desert should not be a easy experience, probably enlightening, but for sure it will not be by the easy way. Dutch producer Exo Moda before releasing Noise Core 2000 produced in the best blend with drum and bass, Peyote in the Desert, featuring the energetic vocals from JoyAimee. As mentioned previously here in this blog, if you like artists such as Prodigy, you’ll like the works of Exo Moda, for sure. Though Exo Moda himself has a more dance and hip-hop styles, blending other genres with the more heavy old school UK drum and bass style.
Plus, another great artwork for a single. As mentioned earlier, his aim is to make music “with hallucinatory visuals that will make you want to gouge your eyes out”.
Exo Moda is currently working in his debut album.
His newest release Vulture’s Eye has been just and is being featured in our Spotify playlist, Synths of Eden, together with Peyote in the Desert.
As for every month, there’s a special Soundcloud playlist with all the songs re-posted by Synths of Eden there. In total, this month there were 52 reposts, from the very end of March to the end of April. Not counting whole albums shared by the blog.
Don’t forget to follow us there in Soundcloud! 🙂