New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month


New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

New electronic music releases this week. New electronic music releases this month. New electronic music releases on labels. New electronic music releases on Beatport. New electronic music releases on iTunes. New electronic music releases in iTunes Store.

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre. We cover house, techno, dance, deep house, dubstep, trance, electro and other related genres of electronic music from around the world.

The blog was started by two guys who are passionate about their favorite genre of music: Electronic Music. They wanted to create a place where people could get information on new releases as well as old ones that they might not have heard yet or that are worth checking out again if you haven’t heard them for a while.

The blog is updated daily with information about upcoming albums and EPs from around the world including reviews, interviews with artists and much more!

The blog is not affiliated with any particular label or artist; we just love good music like any other fan!

New Electronic Music Releases This Week/This Month: a blog about new releases in the electronic music genre.

Your place for the freshest music, reviews and news – get involved in the conversations by suggesting and commenting on posts!

We aim to keep you informed about the newest releases, so that you don’t miss out on anything.

In order to write about music, you need to listen to music. Sometimes a lot of music. This is true whether you’re writing about new electronic releases or the latest doings of your local symphony orchestra–sound interpretation is a learned skill, and it takes time.

But often the best way to learn how to write about music is simply by doing it, and the more you do it, the better you’ll get. And that’s what this blog is all about: training myself (and maybe some of you too) in how to think critically about new releases in the electronic music genre. We’ll do so by evaluating two new EPs each week, and one full-length album each month.

Whether you want to be a professional critic or simply want to learn more about what makes good music good, this blog can help. You’ll find at least one song from each release embedded below so that you can listen along with me as we analyze the music over the coming weeks and months.

This week’s new electronic releases include the latest from Aphex Twin, Actress, and more.

Aphex Twin also known as Richard David James, is an Irish-born English electronic musician. He founded the record label Rephlex Records in 1991 with Grant Wilson-Claridge. He is best known for his influential and idiosyncratic work in styles such as ambient techno and “intelligent dance music” during the 1990s. He is among the most acclaimed figures in contemporary electronic music.

Actress, also known as Darren J. Cunningham, is a British electronic musician from London. His albums have been released by Honest Jon’s Records in London and his own label Werkdiscs since 2008. His work has been noted for its soulful vocal samples and lo-fi production style.

Review: The Invisible – Rispah

The third album from London musician Dave Okumu, who performs as the Invisible, marks a subtle but unmistakable change of direction from the band’s first two releases. While those records were both excellent in their own right, they can be seen as part of a growing movement that brought rock and soul back into British dance music. It was a movement that eventually became known as “post-dubstep,” and it was an aesthetic that defined much of the electronic music coming out of the UK in recent years.

The Invisible’s new record, Rispah, however, is anything but post-dubstep. It is a radical departure from that sound and indeed from any other sound one might associate with British electronic music these days. There are no skittering beats here; instead Okumu constructs his tracks around languid grooves that often feel more like sludge than dubstep. The synths on the record are expansive and atmospheric rather than melodic or funky. And while there are certainly moments of experimentation on Rispah, it never veers too far into dissonance or abstraction.

One thing that hasn’t changed about the Invisible is Okumu’s songwriting. The album features vocals from Jessie


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