“Electronic” (Used 640 times)
La_bl_netlabel on 07/14/2016 at 05:10AM
This work is a consequence of one year of traveling across continents. Glaciers was recorded and conceived between Peru, Sardinia and Istanbul.
released July 14, 2016
Elia has a degree in Jazz Guitar from the Conservatorio di Cagliari in Sardinia, and a Masters in New Musical Languages in Siena, Tuscany. He founded a modern music academy in Sardinia (IT) and has been an improviser and teacher from the age of 18. In 2015 he moved to Peru and began working as sound designer and composer for a media production company. Now he’s living in Istanbul. He has played all across Italy and Europe as a member of the bands OnGaku2, PER, Takoma, Nick Rivera and Rural Electrification Orchestra. He is prolific writer with over 20 albums under his belt.
Adrianna_Krikl on 05/24/2016 at 06:22PM
It's such an honor to be invited by esteemed radio station DUBLAB to perform a live electronic set at their studio, to broadcast on June 1, 2016, 10:00 AM (PST). DUBLAB is a fantastic internet radio station dedicated to the growth of progressive music, arts and culture.
It will be the debut of "Sonic Escapes" performed live with additional songs and guest vocalists. "Sonic Escapes" is an unique, electronic 3-song EP. The inspiration for the EP was drawn from incorporating Bliptronic sounds into each song. A Bliptronic is an inexpensive minimalist, almost toy-like synth that creates simple patterns and retro style sounds. "Sonic Escapes" is available as a FREE download from FMA: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Adrianna_Krikl/
The album will be open under a Creative Commons License, thus allowing content creators to utilize the music for non-commercial endeavors. I want to encourage listeners to download, utilized and share the music.
For more information on the live broadcast and DUBLAB please visit: http://dublab.com/events/17739/live-broadcast-ale-elevation-through-sound/
murmurintemporel on 05/11/2016 at 06:45AM
Live @ Asile 404 the second EP from Furniker on Murmure Intemporel.
A live track recorded at club Asile 404 in Marseille, France, the 29th of January 2016.
murmurintemporel on 05/07/2016 at 09:31AM
Klopenn is the French duo of experimental artists Yann Breizh & Zreen Toyz.
Their third EP Crackles is exclusively made with lo-fi and cheap circuit-bent devices recorded live.
Original release in 2015 by Petroglyph Music (Norway).
This release in 2016 by Murmure Intemporel (France).
Stevecombsmusic on 05/06/2016 at 02:03PM
Hey FMA'ers. I've had an interesting day.
I'm used to people using my music in their projects. In fact at this point, I expect it. It would be weird if they didn't. Out of the roughly 250k downloads my songs have gotten, I'd bet at least half of them were for use in a video, on a podcast, or for a school project. And I love and am so grateful to everyone who does this because without it, I probably wouldn't be doing this anymore. To be honest, I think the FMA made my career what it is, and I owe it and the whole free culture community so much. That said, there is a limit to the freedom of my culture.
I woke up at around 11am this morning, because I'm a college student, and saw a couple of Twitter notifications (@stevecombsmusic, by the way). A German fan, @ruhpkid, tweeted at me to say that some guy named Big Juan put a copyright claim on a YouTube video of his in which he used my song, More Or Less OK, from my new album Riot, which is available here on the FMA. Ruhpkid gave me credit and was generally wonderful. But Big Juan was claiming that my song was his song, Equalizer. At first I didn't think anything of it, that it was just a misguided attempt at stealing royalties or something. The joke would be on him, of course, since I don't get any kind of royalties. But I did a Google search for "Equalizer by Big Juan" and found the song on YouTube.
That's when I got angry.
I hear the first three seconds, which is the same opening drum fill as my song, and think "Well, maybe he just sampled it and forgot to give credit." But it quickly became clear that that wasn't the case. This wasn't a sample, this was a theft. Big Juan literally downloaded my song, changed the title, and put it on YouTube as his own.