For most people, a freight train horn is merely background noise. For Point B, it becomes an idea that is twisted and reshaped into an ominous electronic composition.
Tag: Experimental Electronika
‘illumination becoming present’ | Interview with derek muro
Experience the warm fusion of glitch beats and ethereal synths with realcopy
‘Dirty, Eclectic, Sentimental’ | Interview with Owelle
K3679ZT features a frantic breakbeat mixed with ominous cinematic synthesizers.
‘Past Tense’ | Interview with Edward X
A perfect fusion of warmly overdriven synths, ominous ambience, and compelling futuristic rhythms.
‘Boom, zap, wow.’ | Interview with AUTORHYTHM
AUTORHYTHM’s ‘Intercellular Communication’ transcends boundaries with its mesmerising, repetitive beats.
“Cloudy, Repetitive, Grainy” | Interview with Nadav Lavie
A prime example of abstraction with a touch of jazz.
‘Artisanal Electronic Music’ | Interview with CERATONE
This serene composition pays tribute to the beauty of nature, celebrating its boundless array of stunning landscapes.
Tomppabeats – Notness of Sonnets
A truly atmospheric work, radiating a warm and inviting vibe that draws the listener in.
‘The forbidden planet’ | Interview with Alterphase
An IDM journey through a haunting and dystopian soundscape where complex drum machine beats coupled with eerie synths. A soundtrack to your interstellar adventures on a distant, habitable planet.
‘Entrancing, Rhythmic, Bass-heavy’ | Interview with MISFYA
Intricately complex drum beats intertwine seamlessly with adventurous synth lines and emotional, cinematic pads.