Melancholy with some brightness, abstraction and melody, featuring artists like: The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Crystal Castles, The Cameleons, Cocteau Twins, Desire, Yo la tengo, HVOB
…and away you go, featuring artists like: Luttrell, Yppah, Bonobo, Four Tet, il:lo, Caribou, Lane 8, Kidnap, Phaeleh, Nora En Pure
Pump up the volume in the early 2000s – featuring artists like Alanis Morissette • Train • Elastica • The Chemical Brothers • Backstreet Boys • The Cranberries • Blur • The Libertines
When I first visited Berlin from San Francisco I had a very different idea of the underground sound of electronic music that completely changed after my visit. I was hearing for the first time a sound that I can only explain as a fusion of minimal and deep house that really got me excited for the first time in a while. When I returned home I began spending hours finding more and more of this kind of music. It was during this search and through a DJ mix from a DJ named Anthea that I would discover Oshana.
A few years ago I happened to stumble across the music of Evigt Mörker a techno producer based in Sweden. I instantly fell in love as soon as I heard his music, one thing that is important for me is that the music really takes me on a journey and gets my imagination running wild. Evigt’s music does just that, he has a techno sound like no other, the music sweeps you away into another world that is full of color and beautiful melodies.
Ever since I stumbled upon this song, I can’t stop listening it. It’s so great, I don’t even want to dilute it with my fanciful analogies. Just do yourself a favor and listen to it….really, really loud.