Electro Music Perfect Songs Pearls Tracks + History Review Part II
- Arcanoid – THX 1138
- Arpanet – Infinite Density
- The 65D Mavericks – Wire Tap
- Eindkrak – Go Away Crow
- Spectrums Data Forces – UV Rays
“Arcanoid” show us the meaning of the word “talent” making this high quality and addictive electro fantastic track, called Like The First Film made by “George lucas” in 70’s years “THX 1138“.
This acronyms, “THX 1138”. was Created by lucas to refers (in the jargon of professional AudioVisuals ),after tastes and developing , and resolve equations,to the get the best point of optimum quality audio for a Studio (echo, reverbs, frequency, space,etc)…
Following the rules of equations to get result be “THX 1138” The perfect sound, Like the Arcanoid Music , ;-).
Arcanoid is a spanish electronic music producer,his aka for Djiing and Mixing is Dj Muerto or Dj Died
His Real name is ia L. Cantalapiedra and his jobs are really awesome, Really he Makes electronic Music Mind trips….
To Many people (included me) is in the top of music of electronic creators, fallen from heaven to bring us infinite widsom…
Mini-Album 2012 Edition “Aging”
Label:semantica Records – SEMANTICA X
Country:Spain Released:Jan 2012
Style:Dark Ambient, Breaks, Electro, IDM, Educational
A3 Sad / Talking About
B1 House Of Frankenstein
Arcanoid Artist Information
Arpanet - Reference Frame
Label:Record Makers - REC-28
Format:Vinyl, 12″, 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
Country:France Released:29 Jun 2006
Genre:Electronic Style:Electro, Experimental
Reference Frame – EP Tracklist
1. Infinite Density
2. No Boundry Condition
3. Event Horizon
4. Event Horizon (Beneath the Photonsphere)
Arpanet is Real Name:Gerald Carroll Donald
It is one of the pseudonyms of Gerald Donald. It was named after both ARPANET (one of the precursors to the internet) and ARP Instruments, an early synthesizer company.
Aliases:Dataphysix, Gerald Donald, Glass Domain, Heinrich Mueller, Intellitronic, Japanese Telecom, Rudolf Klorzeiger, Z Therapy
Donald is notoriously silent on himself and even his involvement with various musical projects. In a 2013 interview, when asked about his anonymity and his work with James Stinson and Drexciya, he said, “I will not directly indicate my involvement in any project. I will leave this question open to observer interpretation. The most important thing has always been the music and concept itself. I adhere to this philosophy.
People spend way too much time engaging personalities rather than the music that’s accompanying that personality”. Frequently referred to as an afrofuturist, he said he “do[es] not wish to specify any particular ethnicity”.
With Drexciya, he made techno music on which an afrofuturist mythology was built, involving the Drexciyans, an underwater race, “the descendants of the African women thrown overboard in the transatlantic slave trade”. Their songs had marine and maritime themes and titles; live, they appeared only masked.
Another musical project of his is Dopplereffekt, with To Nhan Le Thi.
Arpanet is one of the pseudonyms of Dopplereffekt’s Gerald Donald. It was named after both ARPANET (one of the precursors to the internet) and ARP Instruments, an early synthesizer company. Initially a suspected duo between Drexciya-frontmen James Stinson and Gerald Donald, since Stinson’s death in 2002, Arpanet is now firmly established as Gerald Donald alone.
The 65D Mavericks – Wire Tap
Various - Faith Is Fear
Label: Dust Science Recordings – DUSTV013
Formato: Vinyl, 12″ País: UK
Fecha: 28 May 2007 Style: Techno, Idm, Electro
“Faith Is Fear Various” Tracklist
A1 Fabrice Lig – Access Denied
A2 Regis & Female – C/Chaos
B1 The 65D Mavericks – Wire Tap
B2 Carl Taylor – Scanner (Auterform Mix)
Discogs Album Info
Eindkrak Real Name:Boris Post
Info About Artist & Music Releases
Eindkrak – Go Away Crow
Eindkrak - Divine Bovine
Label:Unknown Precept - UP 003
Country:Germany Released:05 Feb 2016
Genre:Electronic Style:Rhythmic Noise, Industrial, Techno
Discogs info About This Release
Spectrums Data Forces Real Name: José María Moreno Vega
Spectrums Data Forces – Ungravity
Label:MFM Records – MFM0A1
Format:13 × File, WAV, Album
Country:Spain Released:22 Mar 2016
Discogs Info Release
Some Info And History About “Electro Music Style”
Electro (or electro-funk) is a genre of electronic music and early hip hop directly influenced by the use of the Roland TR-808 drum machines, and funk. Records in the genre typically feature drum machines and heavy electronic sounds, usually without vocals, although if vocals are present they are delivered in a deadpan manner, often through electronic distortion such as vocoding and talkboxing.
This is the main distinction between electro and previously prominent genres such as disco, in which the electronic sound was only part of the instrumentation. It also palpably deviates from its predecessor boogie for being less vocal-oriented and more focused on electronic beats produced by drum machines.
Following the decline of disco music in the United States, electro emerged as a fusion of funk and New York boogie. Early hip hop and rap combined with German and Japanese electropop influences such as Kraftwerk and Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO) inspired the birth of electro.
In 1982, producer Arthur Baker with Afrika Bambaataa released the seminal “Planet Rock” which was influenced by the Yellow Magic Orchestra using samples Kraftwerk and drum beats supplied by the TR-808. Planet Rock was followed later that year by another breakthrough electro record, Nunk by Warp 9.
In 1983, Hashim created an electro funk sound which influenced Herbie Hancock, resulting in his hit single “Rockit”. The early 1980s were electro’s mainstream peak. By the mid 1980s, the genre moved away from its electronic and funk influences, using harder edged beats and rock samples, exemplified by Run DMC. Electro became popular again in the late 1990s with artists such as Anthony Rother and DJs such as Dave Clarke. A third wave of popularity occurred in 2007.
Electro has branched out into subgenres, including Electrocore and Skweee, which developed in Sweden and Finland.
Electro Music Perfect Songs Pearls Tracks