Thank you for being so smooth on this one.
This track is on the actual stream of smoothness and melancholy. Nevertheless the track is absolutely delicious and wont bring you listeners to dark mindsets. As you listen you imagine yourself riding a bus or train back home with droplets of waters sliding on the window. This cold warmth is all canned in this simple yet beautiful keyboard package.
We told you about them in the past, and here they are! Back with the most tasteful disco they brought ear candy to all of you!
This candy is worth billions, and we want it out there.
Many attemps were just ersatz disco music, but here we are witnessing the rebirth of that very lustful dreamy sound that made the crowds dance back in time.
Alejandro Molinari is a Venezuelan electronic music producer, singer and creative designer. He arrived in Mexico City when the whole movement of techno music was about to emerge. Some time later techno became cleaner and finer, and started to be heard by a wider public. He calls this movement “the Mexican Wave”.
Elements of Mexican life and rough elements that are combined with Rock and 80’s disco/Italodisco. Molinari spent part of his teen in Germany where he got close to movements like Coldwave, New Wave, and Minimal.
He took this influences and combined it with his experience in Berlin to create an unique genre made out of German 80’s music, New Wave & Post-Punk.
Chiquitico Mañana is a living evidence of this movement happening with the added edge of his South American origins. It is the story of a foreigner. The feeling that no matter where you are, you will be a stranger, regardless of what system you mix with.
Small & exquisite interview with this latin master mind:
Ears And Eyes Magazine: What is your music color? Alejandro Molinari: Dark Red, Black and White
EAEM: Who are your influences? A.M : Grauzone, WhoMadeWho, Post Punk, The Doors, New German Wave and Zakir Hussein..
EAEM: Are you the future New Order? A.M: I think New Order defined a trendy NewWave in the 80’s. I look forward to reborn underground new wave. Make it simpler, and use it’s elements to recreate electronic music.
EAEM: What do you want to picture in your music? A.M: An urban landscape, industrial and grey. Berlin takes me to grey. Coldwave came out of fear for the Coldwar. All of this makes me think of grey.
My grey, however, has hues of red and blue.
EAEM: Sweet of Salty?
A.M: Bitter Sweet
EAEM: Hot or cold?
A.M: Cold but friendly warm
EAEM: France soon?
A.M: Between Berlin and Paris
EAEM: We are thankful for this little moment you spent with us and you shall be remembered dear sir!
This was our definition of a human interview. We will be back with more.
Many clips we watched since our childhood. But we rarely encountered the clip that fucked up our minds like the following did.
Artwork is groing to be a main ingredient of your clip if you want to make it stick-out from those everlasting stinky poppy clips. We here want to give the best that got cought in out eyes in the last years, and mostly in electronic music.
Kaytranada is one of our latest and beloved producers in the fiels of rapology, and hiphopism.
The 22 year prodigy is landing beautiful sounds in our ears.
Smooth bass lines and dangerous funky beats make him on of the best of his generation. Going back to basics with his very deep mental melodies, we can listen to Kaytranada without being mugged by the rappers he produces.
Actually we are very surprised by the new direction taken by the prominent rap producer, as he shoots sounds like Sober thoughts with Gold link, and SUPRME LAZINESS executed by the very sharp SELESTICS.
Fancy a try?
While many may think that indian music is based on relaxation "sigh", indian music has it's very own structure which is studied in the shape of mouth sounds.
Every sound and note in indian music has a mouth sound to transcribe it for easy understanding. Its is quite amazing how a musician can play exactly every sound that comes from his Konnakol co-artist. Most of the time Konnakol artists are excellent percussionists, and that gives them the amazing ability to transcribe very complicated beats into simple mouth sounds.
It is easily comparable in street music to a human Beatbox, and more classically with Scat. these two styles might be the european version of Konnakol but they do not have the same use. While Scatting is used to add a human unstable element in the already crazy melody, Human beatbox is closer to Konnakol because it brings the real beat of a musical piece and that is exactly the purpose of our subject.
Scatting can seem easy, but excellent knowledge of the scatted tune is required or you will find yourself singing bath songs.
Il y'a quelques jours de cela j'entends: "J'aimerais devenir la chaise sur laquelle elle s'assoit"
C'était maître Gims dans sa meilleure production "Bella" qui exprime son souhait d'occuper le poste de chaise sur laquelle repose le royal fessier de la dite belle.
C'est une grande opportunité pour nous de vous parler de cet homme.
Nous avons un avis et nous souhaiterions vous en faire part. Fustigez nous, glorifiez nous, ignorez nous, mais nous pensons que la voix de cet homme doit être associée à de la musique de machines. C'est une voix qui samplée embrasserait notre musique. Le seul exemple que nous pouvons vous citer en France d'un tel mélange est la coopération entre Busy P et Booba :
Pas besoin de nous faire les mêmes commentaires que sur la vidéo. Enlever la voix de Booba c'est tuer Busy P, l’esprit même de la rue et dénaturer le morceau avec un snobisme primaire.
Nous nous sommes donc penchés sur la nature du siège que pourrait être Maître Gims et ce sans arrière pensée.
Avec ce modèle vous serez massée peut être au delà de vos attentes.
Maître Gims Chaise de l'amour
Ce modèle vous donnera des frissons car moulé sur l'engin même du chanteur.
Maître Gims chaise du plaisir
Ici c'est le modèle belle mère.
Maître Gims chaise punitive
Quatrième et dernière chaise, le trône ancien en bois.
Maître Gims chaise du soulagement.
On va pas tergiverser plus sur le sujet tout est là, mais n'hésitez pas à nous souffler vos idées de chaises quelles qu'elles soient.
Ears And Eyes Magazine.
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Les utilisateurs android souhaitent faire connaitre leur avis sur leurs applications préférées et c'est pas facile pour tout le monde. Petite perle trouvée dans les avis du désormais main stream Zombie Tsunami
Why do we know such people?
Who are these two rodents?
We told you about them a little while ago while they were still gathering nuts in the beautiful French city of Besançon. Mrjn and Luka Cheerys (Most charismatic squirrels ever BTW) trained themselves into dark electronic warriors of the music after fighting the light with them dirty sound waves.
Well we just came here to tell you that they are making dough after being featured for theire Christine's No way REMIX. Get it on Itunes now!
For starters give it a try here!
We love you boys, but we wont trust you after midnight!
Music lovers are always welcome @ Ears And Eyes Magazine, so welcome Inshape.
A French production with these sounds we like.
After listening to Pumpking here is our story:
The pumps are the choir waiting for the kink to arrive. At 1:13 the king is here ready to rule and with maestria. With the spirit they put into this tune we recognize the french tradition and it's dogmas.
We love dirty music but we like it to sound clear. The quality of the work that was made here is to us equal to the greatest names. At the end of Inshape's Pumpking you might feel that the king is not the kind you play with.
First art melody to us was Parallaxe as when we hear it we know exactly the athmosphere we are experiencing, somekind of dry deadly desert.
The power of art melodies is that sometimes they just do not need the visual footage for their music because the sounds they make are almost organic, and that brings images to the ming with no doubt.
Less talky talky more melodies:
In our magazine we value this kind of art, and would love art melodies to make the soundtrack of our next hypothetical movie we promise.
It all started after knowing Romain Poucet who came to us with beautiful music: Employee Of The Year.
A little link took us to a playlist of heavy, fat but still sharp so called "slow french".
French duo Romain Poucet and Ed Supercommodore brought another way to work. We sense some mature stuff comming, and we would love to hear more music like One and Only.
The Parisian duo show where they come from and where they are going. With a few remixes like Wild Belle or Brandy they give another life to titles.
The result of the Never Say Never rework is just stunning and that shows us the difference between remix and reshit.
The group has given us a little empty period after the tron legacy thing.
Some were thinking about a dead group, and some just abandonned after the tron thing, thinking that the level has gone down for good.
But hey, the two Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo wanted to shut some mouths with Columbia.
This little proof is what we got, and we now wait for something with the high level we were used to, hoping that Columbia which you can see the logo at the bottom right corner will not change the nature of this French Science.
We wanted to share with you what we think about this delightful album by french electronic artist Jean-Baptiste de Laubier A.K.A PARA ONE.
By Marco DOS SANTOS
The Epiphanie album is the best electronic music album of all times.With the years we found that it is the most complete and diverse set of electronic music that has ever been made. Going through all emotions, all kinds of beats, from the most dirty to the most holy of them.
14 tracks for 14 sensations, 14 genres, 14 ways to see it, 14 ways to do it.
Since June 2006 we have failed to find something that has this level of completion. We got an album where each track is a world, where each sound has it's utility, and where the sound itself is produced with maestria with the precision of a diamond cutter. This album is the "DARK SIDE OF THE MOON" of electronic music.
As you go through the tracks you can witness the beauty of a DJ that does not have only one soul, but several.
The choice of the names of the tracks is to us as perfect as the music behing them.
As a movie director Jean Baptiste De Laubier has his touch, and his way to reproduce an athmosphere or part of it.
The example we love is midnight swim. For we have been dreaming since then of having a midnight swim while listenning to this stunning track. Besides the will to do whats on the name of the track, the darkness and the calm beat that are backed up by vocals from nowhere tell you what to do: Listen again and more, and ask for more of that taste, more of that sound, more of that universe at 4:03.
This article is made to put this album on the pedestal it deserves. Para One has chown himself to the world as the master of french electronic music.
Here is are our selection of tracks on the go and go get the album you fools!
To the French Electronic Mozart, To the machine Liszt, to the Beat Beethoven, to another kind of Philip Glass Thank you.
Ces derniers jours nous avons beaucoup été confrontés à l'image de la fouine.
Pas que nous nous y intéressons pas, mais on doit à chaque fois aller faire les courses...
Avec les récents évènements nous avons pu voir la fouine partout et en HD, et voila que notre regard est attiré par le sourire blanc immaculé "Out of the box" de la fouine. Et là débat passionné au sein de l'équipe, les uns de jurer qu'il a un dentier et les autres de soutenir l’hypothèse des simples rénovations.
Bref le rongeur a un sourire qui ne nous laisse pas sans réfléchir. surtout dans la manière dont sa lèvre supérieure se retrousse lorsqu'il sourit et ça nous rappelle un peu ça:
Tréve de BLA BLA c'était une Ispice di kounass.
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