Following the recent Mantis show dedicated to Mobthrow, it is the turn of another show on Future Music to focus on an Ad Noiseam artist. While Monolog will be in Paris tomorrow evening, embarking on the first date of a series of four 13 Years Ad Noiseam celebrations, he will also be in your (internet) radio, invited by Swarm Intelligence and Rory St John in their Stalker Radio show.
Friday Freebie: Stavros Gasparatos has been performing his "Seven" album (adn170) at various very high profile venues in Greece, starting with a remarked show at Athen's Onassis Cultural Center in December 2013. We invite you to sit down and open your yes and ears for a bit more than an hour, as below is a complete recording of such a concert, played on January 8th, 2014 at the Municipal Theatre of Piraeus.
As with every live performance of "Seven", Stavros Gasparatos shares the stage here with four other musicians and a video-team. The material performed is focusing on its album version, but the show also includes other pieces and variations around these themes. Enjoy, and do not forgot to check "Seven" as an album, which you purchase on CD here and as digital files there.
We are getting very close to the release of Detritus's new album ("The Very Idea", adn177). Several tracks from this new full-length effort can already be streamed on this information page, but we know that people have come to demand their music played on major websites. Therefore, below is a new excerpt from this album, this time with its closing remix by Greece's Poordream. Another track, the album's opening "Bind" had already been posted here.
It has become quite a common wish for electronic producers to try and integrates accoustic instruments into their live shows, as demonstrated only yesterday (for example) with a video of Oyaarss performing with a drummer and a guitar player. This is a particularly tricky challenge for artists playing dancefloor music, for their beats and breaks are often difficult (or impossible) for human musicians to replicate. This doesn't mean that they do not try and, as demonstrated below by 2methyl, can succeed.