Are consumers just voluntary slaves?

Do you ever wonder about the purpose of life? Why are we all here and what are we doing with our lives? We live in an unprecedented time full of amazing opportunities on the one hand and terrible catastrophes on the other. Read more ›

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Pink Floyd-On the run (…no it’s not about “The wall”)

Excellent example of early minimalist electronica at its best.Straight from 1973.

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What the future sounded like-documentary

Βρετανικό ντοκιμαντέρ που περιγράφει την γέννηση της ηλεκτρονικής μουσικής στην μεγάλη βρετανία τις δεκαετίες του ’50 , του ’60, αλλά και αργότερα.Αλλόκοτα μηχανήματα,μυστήριοι τύποι που τα χειρίζονταν,avand garde ήχος και άλλα τέτοια ωραία 🙂
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Night photography in Tokyo’s back alleys

Japanese photographer Masashi Wakui captures the streets of Tokyo at night, especially neon lights and the atmosphere that emerges from the narrow streets and passages behind the shops. He accentuates the lights and the mist to add a little depth to his images similar to the aesthetics of the film BladeRunner by Ridley Scott. More photos in the gallery below and on his Flickr account.
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Ikutaro Kakehashi, founder of Roland and creator of the TR-808 dies at 87

Ikutaro Kakehashi, the founder of Roland and the man who helped to create a slew of iconic drum machines and synths, has died at the age of 87.

Kakehashi founded Roland in the 1970s, having previously created drum machines with Ace Tone branding. At Roland, he presided over a golden age of product innovation, giving the world not only the TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines, but also helping to create (among others) the TB-303, Jupiter-8 and D-50 synths.
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Roland museum interactive tour

One of the most interesting synthesizer museums,the Roland museum has an interactive youtube presentation that allows visitors to wander into the roland electronic music legacy.Interesting stuff, +a quick retrospective of classic rolands.

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10 Dub techno tracks from past to present

Dub techno is an art form first appearing in the early 90s.Directly influenced from Jamaican dub ,dub techno is a hi tech version of deep bass,watery dub delays,and all the other elements that consist the dub soundscape,mixed with techno minimalism and depth. Read more ›

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The Psychedelic world of Mati Klarwein and his music album artwork

“I am only half German and only half Jewish with an Arab soul and a African heart” 
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10 sci-fi/electronic music movie soundtracks

Sometimes electronic sometimes futuristic.We like both, so here we go.
Past-present-future: Tangerine dream,Paul Oakenfold,Johann Johannsson,Giorgio Moroder and more.The common ground here is the spacey/trippy ambience and spacious beats that form a major source of inspiration and add that special something in a movie.Spacey drones, abstract otherworldy soundscapes and other good stuff.

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Nicolas Rivals:Μυστηριώδη φώτα

Ως μέρος της οπτικής του έργου του με τον τίτλο La Linea Roja, οι παριζιάνος φωτογράφος Nicolas Rivals περιπλανήθηκε στην Ισπανία για να εγκαταστήσει κόκκινα γεωμετρικά σχήματα. Ως εκ τούτου, οι διαφορετικοί προορισμοί του καλλιτέχνη αποκτούν μια μυστηριώδη ατμόσφαιρα Read more ›

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