Category Archives: Music

New release from Nadastrom

Dave and Matt return with their latest release “Sorry Jar, No Comment” EP, featuring Sarah Chernoff continuing where they left off with their self-titled album reflecting their signature sound and feel. In “Sorry Jar,” singer Sarah Chernoff’s airy voice lights … Continue reading

Tour Through Tresor Berlin in This Original Recording & Read Dozens of Free Archived Rave Mags 1992 to 2011.

Following the fall of the Berlin Wall, the early 1990’s were historical years of revolution which saw electronic music taking on a new role in many lives of east and west Germans and a time to look forward to, promising … Continue reading

The Art of Listening – Music Documentary feat Tycho, Hans Zimmer, and more

The Art of Listening is a documentary film about the journey music takes to reach a listener’s ear, from the intent of an instrument maker and composer, to the producers and engineers who capture and preserve an artist’s voice. This … Continue reading

Kraftwerk play an Italian version of “Pocket Calculator ” Download and Play the Rhythm Machine Toy Synthesizer

In this video from in 1981 on Italy’s Rai TV network, German band Kraftwerk play live the first single released to promote the 1981 album ‘Computer World’ . But here for the occasion they play an Italian version of “Pocket … Continue reading

Chuck D Presents This Day in Rap and Hip-Hop History

Public Enemy founder Chuck D hardly needs an introduction — the politically-minded MC has been an integral part of Hip Hop culture since emerging in the ’80s. On October 10, fans were finally able to dive into the mind of the Fear Of … Continue reading

Watch a Deconstruction of 808 State’s ‘Pacific 707’ in Ableton Live

Last November, Point Blank teamed up with SARM Music Village for a day-long event featuring masterclasses and workshops from some of the best producers in the game, including Trevor Horn, who himself deconstructed the classic track ‘Relax’ by Frankie Goes … Continue reading

November is Movember

Putting their music where their ‘tache is, the Inspected alumni KOAN Sound, Asa and Culprate have for many years recruited a kindred spirit to create unique, one-off tracks to raise awareness for prostate cancer. Last year for the fifth and … Continue reading

Gary Beck Gives “Just One More”

Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave label will soon already have 10 releases under its belt. After much success with their debut single “We Do What We Want” from Alan himself, that launched the label into the spotlight, following up … Continue reading

The story of music is the story of humans

How did music begin? Did our early ancestors first start by beating things together to create rhythm, or use their voices to sing? What types of instruments did they use? Has music always been important in human society, and if … Continue reading

Joris Voorn puts a mystical Middle Eastern spin on his remix of WoodS – Desert Storms

Joris Voorn reworks one of WoodS’ killer productions in his own inimitable style. The playful lead riff evokes mystical Middle Eastern music, bolstered by a tuned percussion counter melody that combines to create a dreamy, atmospheric vibe for this graceful track.  … Continue reading