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    Default Electronic track of the day

    The Non-Classical music forum seems largely focused on rock and pop music.

    This is the electronic alternative to the Song of the day thread.
    It's for any kind of music that is largely electronic and synth based.

    From IDM to Ambient, from Berlin School to Synthwave, from Techno to Lounge, from New Age to Drum 'n Bass, from Industrial to Goatrance, from Electroaccoustic to Chiptune music, etc. etc.

    Post your electronic track/piece of the day!
    ("songs" are allowed as well, as long as its genre falls within electronic music)

    Here's a list of electronic genres, for whatever it's worth:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...c_music_genres

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    I treat my music like I treat my pets. It’s something to own, care about and curate with attention to detail. From a blog by hjr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepR View Post

    From IDM to Ambient, from Berlin School to Synthwave, from Techno to Lounge, from New Age to Drum 'n Bass, from Industrial to Goatrance, from Electroaccoustic to Chiptune music, etc. etc.
    Like the poet Shelly wrote, "Berlin School electronics is all ye know and all ye need know."

    Those other genres - or wotevah youse wans to call them - are rubbish.
    So, now that we got that clear:


    Micheal Hoenig "Departure From The Northern Wasteland" (side 1)
    Last edited by Taggart; Dec-18-2019 at 22:23.

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    Warriors by Synergy

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
    Like the poet Shelly wrote, "Berlin School electronics is all ye know and all ye need know."

    Those other genres - or wotevah youse wans to call them - are rubbish.
    I disagree. Berlin School has a special place in my heart, but there's good (and bad) music to be found in many electronic genres.

    Anyway, you are free to your opinion. This one is for you:

    Redshift - Glide

    https://redshift2.bandcamp.com/track/glide
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    NEURONIUM - chromium echoes

    VANGELIS - Beauborg



    Youse all don't know nuffink.

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    I was listening to the music from the spring/summer 2020 gucci show and was quite impressed -
    other people said it made them feel lobotomised but I thought it was very innovative..

    music was by ; Jacques Auberger. mostly sequenced recorded sounds from around the house.
    love vangelis-beauborg

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    Telomere makes space ambient in the grand tradition of Michael Stearns' Planetary Unfolding using similar equipment (Serge Modular synth).

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    Pascal Languirand "Minos"


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    Galaga - Nobuyuku Ohnoki, arranged by Haruomi Hosono
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