Make Electronic music work for you and tune in to Dirty Disco 295

There was a time, that electronic music wasn’t for everybody. There was even a time a certain group of people, and mostly the older generations were saying that this ‘computer music’ won’t stay here for long. Well they were wrong weren’t they? Computer music is here and a lot of the popular music is made […]

February 16, 2019 116 mins
Deep / Disco / House
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There was a time, that electronic music wasn’t for everybody. There was even a time a certain group of people, and mostly the older generations were saying that this ‘computer music’ won’t stay here for long. Well they were wrong weren’t they? Computer music is here and a lot of the popular music is made on computers nowadays. Next to the fact that many music is made on computers that also makes it sort of electronic. Since it’s produced on an electronic device. I’m not here to discuss the differences in music, I’m here to make electronic music work for you.

Make electronic music work for you, and tune into Dirty Disco 295.

If you still think that electronic music is only house music, and that’s not your thing so you don’t like electronic music. You are wrong. Hip Hop, Trap, Disco, Soul, Jazz are all genres which are also being made on electronic equipment devices. Which make them electronic music, right? Where back in the days the term ‘electronic music’ was mostly meant for a specific genre. Nowadays it’s can also point to the way it’s been made. Just like you had electric guitars and electronic piano’s back in the days. Now there is so much electronic equipment being used to make music. On of the biggest advantages of this is that there is so much musical talent out there that makes music in al sorts of ways we can listen to, and i can curate here for you in Dirty Disco.

Music inspires people to make new music.

Let me make electronic music work for you and show you that there is so much good music out there. Just tune into this or any of the previous Dirty Disco episodes to see how much good music there is. Even when we look at the electronic music genres, like Deep House, Nu Disco, House Music, Electronica, ‘real’ House Music, Trip Hop, Break beat and so on, and so on. You will notice that music is there to inspire and that it inspires people to make new music. Elements of all genres are being used in new genres, and new genres are being transformed into other subgenre which on it’s own after a few years turns into something different again. The time when it was easy to put a track in a specific genre are gone. Nowadays you can put one track on more genres, just because of the influences.

Genre specific.

It would be a good idea to discuss genres and specific ones in a separate blog once. We can look at what a genre defines and when you can say a certain track belongs to that genre more than that it belongs to another. Cheese with herbs is still cheese, if you know what i mean? You can put it between the cheeses, but you can’t call it a standard or normal cheese anymore. 😉

Forget the cheese, and focus on the music.

For now, let us focus on this weeks episode and see if i can make electronic music work for you again this week. This week I’m not featuring any albums or EP’s in the blog-post because the lack of time. My other work demands a bit more time, and therefor I’m a bit in a rush this week and chose to skip the album highlights. No worries at all, to simply see what tracks i selected for you this week. Just tune in and use the playlist below. Or go here and check out the featured music from last week in the extended episode.

Dirty Disco 295 – Playlist.

Track title Artist EP / Album Record Label
The Move Selva DW002 (EP) Discoweey
Streets Loure Avenues (EP) SB Jamz
Laura Cody Currie Laura (EP) No label (Bandcamp)
N64 Nights Ari Bald Karlaplan (EP) Better Listen US
Hope Circuitry I & II Loure Avenues (EP) SB Jamz
Caverns (Ft MarBlu) Tom Jarmey Onda Invernale (EP) (Various) De La Groove
The Beauty Was Always Us Loure Avenues (EP) SB Jamz
Ruminate in Blue Loure Avenues (EP) SB Jamz
Karlaplan Ari Bald Karlaplan (EP) Better Listen US
Bordeaux Lovin Lipelis Bordeaux Lovin (EP) Public Possession
What Is It Lipelis Bordeaux Lovin (EP) Public Possession
Tempomat (Ben Gomori’s Uptempo Remix) Kiano & Below Bangkok Little Giant Records
Starting Tomorrow Carlo Onda Invernale (EP) (Various) De La Groove
Be Yourself Frank Booker Frank Booker Edits Pt 2 (EP) Razor N tape
More Frank Booker Frank Booker Edits Pt 2 (EP) Razor N tape
Pretending Adam Zarecki Yesterday’s (EP) Roots For Bloom
Yesterday’s Adam Zarecki Yesterday’s (EP) Roots For Bloom
Jazz A Night Le Hutin Onda Invernale (EP) (Various) De La Groove
Shark Chase Floating Points People’s Potential / Shark Chase (EP) Eglo Records