Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Jari Österberg AKA Liuos

Jari Österberg AKA Liuos first became a techno producer in the early 90’s. He became a one-man band with the help of the Amiga 500 computer and produced vast swathes of interesting and experimental techno albums. As years went by, he started to use more hardware and his production started to lean more towards minimalistContinue reading “Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Jari Österberg AKA Liuos”

Awesome low-fi / house / ambient / psychedelic artists from New Zealand

Skip to the end for an amazing playlist of these artists on Youtube Aldous Harding From Christchurch, Aldous Harding is known throughout the world for her strange, unnerving stage presence and her delicate and yet raw brand of folk. She’s quite enigmatic and unlike any other artist. You may take a while to warm toContinue reading “Awesome low-fi / house / ambient / psychedelic artists from New Zealand”

10 uplifting things I found on the internet this week #1

The world has become rather scary lately. So with this in mind I have found some odd but tasty memes and strange oddities to get you through the next week… 1. The map of procrastination 2. A serenade to Director General of Health in NZ Dr Ashley Bloomfield Dr Ashley has become a much-loved partContinue reading “10 uplifting things I found on the internet this week #1”

Laid back self-isolation mix #1

Hi my friends. I am going to start doing semi-regular playlists of music that are laid back, joyful, soul warming. Music that will help you to get through hard times in self-isolation, particularly if you are separated from those you love, or if you are feeling lonely. These mixes will be eclectic styles – house,Continue reading “Laid back self-isolation mix #1”

Six of the best electronic and experimental channels on YouTube

Six of the best electronic and experimental channels on YouTube

An effervescent, mellow and energised summer playlist for 2020

Here’s a few cool albums I have been listening to lately. They have a nice beachy vibe, which is the kind of weather we are getting in Australia and New Zealand right now. Great background music for BBQS, on the headphones while sinking a few cold ones on the beach, while reading, and some ofContinue reading “An effervescent, mellow and energised summer playlist for 2020”

Music Review: Hidden Spheres by Beachy

Over the coming weeks I will share an eclectic lucky dip of music that I discovered and loved via subreddit /r/listentothis, Here is no.7 on the jukebox, from the Lobster Theremin label it’s producer Hidden Sphere’s single Beachy.  Imagine silky sunsets and waving palms, rollerblades and a real 90’s acid house/ chicago house bar vibes.Continue reading “Music Review: Hidden Spheres by Beachy”

Music Review U by DJ Seinfeld

Over the coming weeks I will share an eclectic lucky dip of music that I discovered and loved via subreddit /r/listentothis, Here is no.6 on the jukebox, DJ Seinfeld’s detroit house/acid house has a fierce AF bass that tore the roof off my house and entered my soul.  A beautiful and banging floor filler ofContinue reading “Music Review U by DJ Seinfeld”

Every Picture Tells A Story: When Depeche Mode met Derrick May in Detroit in 1989

In 1989, Depeche Mode came to Detroit to hang out with Derrick May and Juan Atkins. The two early techno pioneers had been mixing the band’s songs into their sets at clubs in Detroit like the Music Institute. So Depeche Mode’s David Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher ventured from Essex in the UK toContinue reading “Every Picture Tells A Story: When Depeche Mode met Derrick May in Detroit in 1989”

A pictorial history of electronic music mapped to the circuitboard of a theremin

This pictorial history of electronic music adapted and mapped on the circuit board of a theremin was created by the quirky folk at Dorothy. The theremin is thought to be one of the world’s first electronic musical instruments along with the Moog synthesizer. Our Electric Love Blueprint celebrates over 200 inventors, innovators, artists, composers and musiciansContinue reading “A pictorial history of electronic music mapped to the circuitboard of a theremin”