Your five favorite electronic artistes

Luna Lee

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I'm sure there is thread similar, but I want to see what electronic music people listen to :D
mine:
1. Aphex Twin
2. Flying Lotus
3. Vektroid
4. Blank Banshee
5. Venetian Snares
 

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Always hard to pick top ones. But in no particular order:


  • Venetian Snares (celebrate his entire discography)
  • Aphex Twin (though I'm really disappointed with Syro)
  • Culprate (for his two experimental albums which are completely brilliant, not for his straight up dubstep)
  • Bluetech (particularly for his first 3 albums)
  • Access to Arasaka (all his stuff sounds very similar, but I can't get enough of this shit)
 

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The bassist in my band used to be all about electronic music, and still listens to it from time to time. He sent me a graph of genre popularity over time.
I edited it to show my interests in electronic music

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:lol:

Seriously, though, I couldn't ever really get into much pop-oriented electronic stuff, save for a couple artists here and there, with the exception of Aphex Twin. Rhubarb is one of the best songs I've ever heard, across any genre.

Things I do like and listen to a lot, though, would be things like Basinski's Disintegration Loops, Reich's Pendulum Music (which Aphex Twin did an installation of a few years back. Super cool and large-scale), and Lucier works like Music on a Long Thin Wire or I am Sitting in a Room. I find the process of the music and the compositional ideas and goals interesting, sometimes moreso than the music, itself.
 

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Definitely been listening to alot of wiccaphase, and spooky black even tho i guess theyre not exactly "electronic artists" since they have producers who make their intrumentals they just sing on them.

If were talking legit producers im a big fan of kid HNRK's stuff, and flylo is god tier. The sadboys have some insanely high quality production from yung sherman and yung gud and whitearmor. Smokefilleddream has alot of stuff i like too.
 

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In no particular order:

1. Dieselboy
2. Prodigy
3. AK1200
4. The Algorithm
5. Tiesto/Oakenfold
 

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I'm old, so I'll go old school:

Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Mike Oldfield, Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze, Pete Namlook, Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom, et al.

I'm all about those synthesizers.
 

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In no particular order:

1. Telefon Tel Aviv
2. J. Viewz

That's all I know :lol: If anyone has any similar bands to recommend I'd be happy to hear 'em~
 

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KIRIKIRIKIRI
WHOURKR
MULK
Igorrr
Moth

Dude, that's a ....ing kick ass taste in music you got there.

On the other end of the spectrum though there is Perturbator which is like 80's Synthwave, but really dramatic. Well worth a spin if you don't know it.

 

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Dusky (Tech/Deep)
Tycho (Dream Pop)
Andrew Bayer (House/Trance/DnB???)
Eco (Trance)
Nora En Pure (Uplifting House?)
 

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The Limousines
Depeche Mode
The Knife
Timo Maas

There are quite a lot of electronic bands I want to check out, but I'm kinda slow on the process.
 


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