Electronic Track: A blog about a new electronic track.
Electronic Track is an online music publication featuring music news, videos, reviews and interviews with the latest artists on the electronic music scene.
In addition to covering the newest releases in electronica, we also cover up and coming artists through our Artists To Watch series. It features exclusive interviews with emerging artists who you should keep an eye on as they rise to fame.
This is Electronic Track: a blog about a new electronic track.
Who is behind this blog? We are a group of people who have been writing about the music industry for over 15 years.
What’s the point? It’s simple: we want to make sure that everyone has access to the best, most up-to-date information on what’s going on in the world of electronic music right now. This means you can rely on us to do our homework and keep our readers informed.
Why should I trust you? Because we’re not just looking out for ourselves. We don’t care if you buy stuff from our site or not, so long as it comes from us. We don’t care if you click links in our posts, because we know that most people won’t click them anyway. And we don’t care if you read our articles, because even if you do, it doesn’t mean that we’ll get paid for them (though we will be happy to pay for them).
Electronic Track is a blog about the latest electronic music. After years of experience in the music industry, we decided to create this website where we will share our knowledge and passion for electronic music with you.
We are huge fans of electronic music and we want to share our knowledge with all of you. We will offer you the latest news from the electronic music industry, as well as reviews for new tracks and albums.
In addition to that, we will also inform you about upcoming events where you can see your favorite artists live. Here you will find information about their concerts, as well as tickets for these events. Feel free to check out our website and let us know what you think!
I know what you’re thinking. A new track? We just got rid of that old, outdated track. But we need a new one.
The old track is barely working anymore, and with all these new developments in technology, it’s time to start looking for a new track.
I’m not sure how we got rid of the original track, but I think we need to get a new one as soon as possible.
We can’t just leave it there and expect people to be able to use it. It won’t work, because people will just keep using the old one, and that will cause all sorts of problems.
I’m very excited to announce the release of my new electronic track, “Ours is the New Tribe.” I started writing this song on a plane back from Mexico City and finished it in my hotel room. It was such a great feeling to stand outside on the balcony, overlooking Paseo de la Reforma, and feel inspired by the city while writing music.
So what’s it like? I wanted to create something uptempo, with a good vibe that you could listen to while working. I think it captures that well. It took about two months to complete and I’m really happy with how it turned out.
I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do!
The track is made with a mixture of samples and live instrumentation. It’s an experimental piece which combines many different styles from the past, including Deep House, Dubstep, Electronica and Acid Jazz. This track has been produced by XXXXXX and is released on the 12th of February.
Electronic music has always been accused of being cold, calculating and robotic. This new track from The Prodigy is a prime example of that. Not only does the song title, Nasty, echo this sentiment, but also the soundscape that is created by Liam Howlett is one that is exceedingly mechanical. A driving bassline and pulsing synthesizer dominate the track, with a highly robotic snare drum snapping on every second beat, providing the backbone for some industrial-sounding vocals. The chorus is reminiscent of a machine shop at full production – very loud and cacophonous.
Liam Howlett did not use any real instruments in his composition of Nasty. Instead he used samples from rock songs, modified them and then put them back together to make his own unique sound. This technique was first employed by hip-hop artists in the 80s before spreading to other genres. Liam Howlett’s use of samples as a main instrument instead of as an occasional embellishment makes his sound distinctively electronic.
Nasty will be released on The Prodigy’s upcoming album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’.