Electronic Music Influences

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    silverman : Fri 10th Aug 2018 : 1 year ago

    John Michelle Jarre and Kraftwerk etc were big shit in the 70's early 80's
    Listening to these then Gods now sounds rather flat but to enjoy that buzz again I just discovered this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYIYN8Li6ZY

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    ConsciousEntitySound : Sat 11th Aug 2018 : 1 year ago

    Ever heard of Biosphere? Should look up "Biosphere - Substrata" and get ready for a trip... ;)

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    slava72 : Sat 11th Aug 2018 : 1 year ago

    For me Jarres "Oxigen" is the "etalon" of electronic music, in my opinion it is his best work,unfortunataly i think his latest albums kind of sucks-"Electroica" for example,but i love watching his concerts on youtube, when he and his band playng old good staff on old vintage sinth. and instruments-row honest sound and no playback.

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    BadRadio : Sun 12th Aug 2018 : 1 year ago

    For me it's definitely Aphex Twin, he's an encouraging example that you don't have to appeal to mainstream taste to make a name for yourself. His stuff always explores aspects of music you might not usually think about which helps get the creative juices flowing.

    Also Gyosen Asokura is awesome, he's a Buddhist priest who makes IDM to attract the younger generations. He has some awesome vids on youtube where he'll set up light shows in temples to his music.

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    NadaCollectiveOrg : Sun 12th Aug 2018 : 1 year ago

    More suggestions: Yello, Sphongle, Kaya Project...
    You find some of them on internet radio Psychedelik.com

    Enjoy.

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    Spivkurl : Sun 12th Aug 2018 : 1 year ago

    Some of my faves...

    Mark Walk, who basically makes Ohgr albums sound like they do. Unfortunately he does not generally tour with Ohgr. :(

    Cevin Key, one of the founding members of Skinny Puppy, but also an awesome solo musician. Check out "The Ghost of Each Room," GREAT album.

    Brian Eno! If you like or make electronic music and have not listened to Eno, then it will be hard for me to take you seriously. "Another Green World," "Nerve Net," and "Wrong Way Up" (With John Cale) are my personal favorites.

    That's the best recommendations I can come up with right now.

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    joecramer : Fri 8th Mar 2019 : 6 months ago

    Hey mister Silverman :)
    I missed this one ….. but
    maybe you didn't listen/watch to this great stuff

    Boris Blank - Electryfied
    Sixty unreleased soundtracks from 1977-2014
    Three LPs, three CDs, one DVD with 12 films and animations, one audio cassette and a 36 page booklet of photos from Boris.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26ZQiw7kT-g&list=PLn6JYqOwzOP6LPSRZhIwutjbYgtlCgWoO

    great stuff of the master of electronic music
    more then 3 hours of electronic music

    stay tuned
    joe

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    joecramer : Fri 8th Mar 2019 : 6 months ago

    Something i really love is this rare old stuff collection from the wild Legend of German punk and later EBM and electronic industrial music

    "Tommy Stumpff" Zu spät ihr Scheisser (too late you shit)

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5-GPptFjIhfux-wLehlqxNaTkhZF0Xdx

    and here a link to something special. It is not pure electronic but it is a master piece in a genre i can't name.
    The one who uploaded it on YT wrote
    German pioneers of gothic something, From the debut album "Warning" released in 1982.
    And i would say mmmmm maybe but in fact it is a kind of electro body industrial dark rock wave music

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sB0P15-amjk

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    crucethus : Sat 9th Mar 2019 : 6 months ago

    Nice thread Silverman.
    Tangerine Dream
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Human League (pre the girls)
    Wendy Carlos
    Kraftwerk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E7BLSSLgtw
    Ultravox!
    John Fox: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-yNw_U_Qgo
    So many to name. this is a good start
    Cru

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