Saturday, 21 January 2012

    New "Justice" music video

   Hello there, good news, Justice just posted a new music video!
I have to say, every video from them is definitely above the average videos that are made these days. Also, this one is quite "trippy", so make sure to check it out when you are on illegal substances!
All in all, the second album is turning out to be quite good, even though I still don't get the thrill from it that I got from Cross, man that was one epic space journey...
But hey, let's wait and see what they will prepare for the live show, hopefully they will bring back the raw power that the first album had!

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Discover electronic music

        I have recently found an interesting video which I would like to share with any electronic music or technology in general enthusiast. (Video at the bottom of the post)
    The video is from 1983 and it’s a very clear explanation about the technique behind those sci-fi sounds that were produced back then. It is interesting to see the amount of gear that was needed back then and to compare it with the synthesizers of today. Technology is getting better rapidly; we get new toys of technology every single day and I doubt we could imagine our lives without it…
   This leads to a question that I have been pondering for quite a while now. We are in the 21’st century; technology is all around us and affects every single one of us. Let’s face it, we are addicted to it, but I do not think of it as a negative thing. It’s just evolution, the human race and technology is rapidly blending together, who knows for the better of for the worse.
   And yet, even to this day I meet people that have this “electronic music is not real music” attitude. They seem to get the idea that creating music with computers is some sort of non-natural thing to do. This attitude is really strange. The basic guitar or drums are technologies just as a computer is. When photography and cinema first appeared they too were not taken as a form of art.  Now what is the situation today? I really doubt that you could find any people out there who would call movies like "Brazil", "Pi" or "Memento" as not worthy of the word "art" next to them. 
  The point that I am trying to make is this: some time ago some smart guy took some leather and stretched it and noticed the sound that it emits by tapping it. Today, we are able to create instruments that can create much more diverse sounds than any time before. Synthesizers belong to the new generation of music instruments. Is it better because it is newer? It absolutely is not. Does it deserve an equal place between guitars, drums and pianos? Yes, it most certainly does.
Do you agree or maybe you have a different opinion?  


    Hello there and welcome to Electronic Breath, a place focused on various aspects of electronic music.
 I have a huge passion for all kinds of music, but there is a special place in my heart for electronic 
    I like the way it is different. I like how it focuses on the sound itself. When I listen to it, no meaning is offered. You just get pure sound, and with it you can go anywhere you want.
   I remember the first time I listened to trance in a festival I just instantly fell in love with it. The constant beat made me go crazy. It sounded so alien and so different from what I heard before...I wanted to learn more. In a way, this is my attempt to do just that. 

Sunday, 15 January 2012

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