Tag Archives: Electronica Music

Vestiges By Healing Spells Transcends With Moody Vibes 

21 Oct

Upon first listening to Vestiges by Healing Spells, the first thing listeners will pick up on is the ambient vibes and sound that is within their music. Every synth and xylophone beat meshes into a new world along the album. The song Sanctuary in particular has alot of ambient and sampled beats throughout. The collection is the solo project of the electronica music producer Past Lives. The diverse sampling of sound showcases an exploration of sorts that can be connected to the experimental artists Four Tet, Gold Panda, and OneOhTrix Point Never. Combined with Past Live’s love of nature and soundscapes, without a doubt intertwining it in his music has him stand out with the exposure to his time in India which heavily drove the mental and spiritual journey he took for this album. For anyone wanting to take a listen to experimental and electronica music that is unconventional and soothing, Vestiges should be at the top of your list to play next. 

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We Are The Lights That Will Not Go Out By Dep Mixes Electronica & New Age Sound

8 Aug

Dep’s album We Are The Lights That Will Not Go Out sets the scene of electronica and new age sound as a craft. Throughout the album, the tracks are carefully layered with specifically laid out tracks encompassing a mixture of fade-outs, wave sounds, and ambient rock. While listeners may not connect that all of these tracks were produced by Danny Peck performing as artist Dep, the unique sound of these tracks standing alone adds to how the producing skills throughout the album are intertwined in each individually unique in both emotion and structure arrangements on the album. The world of electronica and new age music is one that’s hard to stand out with a signature sound. Dep finds his way effortlessly through this album and as an offside leading Ted talks on Anatomy of Electronica Music. Without a doubt, We Are The Lights That Will Not Go Out leaves listeners with a new and expansive look at what electronic music can be in 2018, but also stuns with the musical craftsmanship of Dep.

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