The boundless field of electronic music nourishes so diverse artists. It’s won’t be worth to embrace, but anyway we’ll pick five gems from the ground.
1. Owen Pitch – Intonarumori (2020)
🇷🇺 Welcome to St Petersburg, gloomy and bright at the same time. The music by the independent local artist Kirill, also known as Owen Pitch, fits these traits.
Here we have five compositions all transferring the atmosphere of the continuous twilight, uncertainty, and vague recollection.
2. Pole – Fading (2020)
🇩🇪 Stefan Betke, the German electronic maestro, runs the Pole project. The fresh album has a reasoning title “Fading” which gives an insight what’s within.
He starts with drifting through the sound, gradually discovering new forms and phrases. Very accurate, piece by piece, domesticating the wild refractions and harnessing the beats.
3. Dramón – Afã (2020)
🇧🇷 Our third episode unveils a very special world created by Dramón from Brazil. On the one hand, it’s deeply inspired by our modern life, full of despair and sadness. On the other hand, these deep vibrations seems coming from the timelessness.
“Afã”, the title track, is the best example of such a synthesis. Its dense atmosphere grasps you immediately and doesn’t leave until the next part, “Segredo”, takes over.
4. Avem + Mawa – Moon (2020)
🇨🇭 Swiss artist AVEM has appeared in our list deservedly. His collaboration with Mawa resulted in a wonderful release, pretty light but voluminous.
Welcome on board for a long trip to the distant stars shining for you and inviting for outstanding party.
Get this album via bandcamp
5. Sully – Swandive (2020)
🇬🇧 We cannot avoid British scene as essential one for the electronic music. This time, Jack Stevens, better known as Sully, presents a fresh sip of garage jungle.
We’re about to jump into a whirlpool of the brightest colors. Don’t be confused by the black and white cover of the EP!