Jungle Party is a blog about electronic rock music. We don’t just write about it, we live it. We’re not some corporate website; we are real people. We are musicians, producers and fans of the music.
Why do we do it? Because we love the stuff.
We know you love it too, because we get email all the time with requests for bands we haven’t covered yet and recommendations for other great bands that you’ve discovered. The best part of this job is getting to hear new music before anyone else.
So keep sending us email, tell us what you think of Jungle Party, recommend other bands and tell us your stories about how you got into electronic rock music.
Remember: Without your input Jungle Party is nothing more than another lame blog!
Jungle Party is a blog about electronic rock music. It’s a musical style that has its roots in dance, house and techno, but is definitely influenced by the guitar-driven tone of indie rock. The vocals are usually sung (rather than rapped), but the production is much harder and more minimal than in your typical pop single.
Some people call this “electroclash,” but that name has always been kind of silly. Others call it “post-punk,” which makes some sense, though most of these artists aren’t very punk at all. I prefer to call it “electronic rock” or “rocktronica.” It’s not a perfect fit either, but then again there’s no good general label for this stuff anyway.
Jungle Party is a blog about electronic rock music. Here you will find the latest news, concert reviews and previews, music videos, interviews and more! Check back often for new content!
Jungle Party is a blog about electronic rock music, including reviews of new and classic albums. We cover artists who span the spectrum from pop to punk to experimental, but our focus is on the latest trends in music.
We also cover the business side of music: how do musicians make money? How are labels changing? What are the best ways to market and promote your music?
Our goal is to be an open resource for musicians and fans alike.
Jungle Party is an electronic rock music blog, with content on the newest electronic rock music tracks, artists, and news.
Jungle Party also provides links to buy the newest electronic rock music tracks from your favourite artists. At Jungle Party you will find reviews of the best new electronic rock music tracks, albums and singles.
In addition to the articles and reviews we have included a forum area where you can discuss all aspects of electronica rock music with other fans of this genre.
If you are interested in writing for Jungle Party please send us an article related to any aspect of electronica rock music and we will publish it if we like it. We are always keen to hear about new releases or upcoming gigs by electronica bands and artists so if you know of something that we might be interested in then please let us know.
If you love electronic rock music, then this is the blog for you. Jungle Party has all the latest music, news and concert reviews for the hottest groups and artists around today.
We have been doing this since 1995 and we are not going to stop now! We are a one-stop shop for all your electronic rock music needs.
Whether you are a fan of Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, or even Nine Inch Nails–we have it covered here. Check out our special artist pages to get an in-depth look at your favorite bands.
From the moment I first heard electronic rock music, I knew I wanted to be a musician. Unfortunately, I was only 11 years old at the time and didn’t have any musical background or training. While my friends were playing sports, I would be in my room with my drum sticks and an electronic drum pad. Then about one year later, I bought a guitar and began to take lessons.
My musical tastes have changed quite a bit over the years. Today, my favorite band is a group known as the Jungle Party. This band is known for its unique blend of instrumental rock music and computerized sound effects. When I listen to their latest album, I can hear elements of every style of music that has influenced me over the years.
One day, when I learn to play the piano, I hope to form a band of my own that will be just as influential as the Jungle Party. Until then, however, I will continue to listen to this band and play their songs on my guitar.