Electric Dance Music Not a Fad: SFX CEO Sillerman
SFX Entertainment CEO Bob Sillerman discusses the company’s business model and music festivals with Cristina Alesci on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.”
can’t see the video? listen to what mr. sillerman on Bloomberg TV has to say about electronic dance music & electronic music culture on http://www.bloomberg.com/video/electric-dance-music-not-a-fad-sfx-ceo-sillerman-uGODta5ITqGa_UqunuFdQg.html
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A track like the heat dancing on the horizon in the heart of Africa. Puttin ‘OnThe Green Hat draws its energy from the deepest suspense of earthy bass drums, playing and twirling effortless tech-house rhythm. Hypnotic spoken-word from Mantombe Matotiyani (Amampondo) leads with a headstrong, bewildering vocal, like the singing of a shaman through a deep trance.
ARTIST: Dr. Motte meets Gabriel le Mar
VOCALS: Mantombe Matotiyani (Amampondo)
VINYL: July 2012
DIGITAL: August 2012
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Everyone knows of course that the main driving force behind the label PRAXXIZ is one of Germanys earliest Techno supporters, innovators and ultimately icons Dr. Motte. Maybe fewer are aware of his love of and involvement with the various genres of Electronic Listening Music/Ambient Electronica. Dr. Motte was after all one of the founders of the Interference Festival, arguably one of the greatest gatherings of Electronic Musicians & DJ’s to have occurred back then (mid 90′s), and to be honest since then.
So it will come as no surprise that the newest release on Dr. Motte’s PRAXXIZ, a collaboration between himself and Electronica guru Gabriel Le Mar expertly brings together elements of both ends of the Techno/Electronica spectrum, lovingly creating a fusion that may well be the strongest release yet on PRAXXIZ.
Fever sets the pole high, with a combination of sounds and programmed patterns that display both a sensitivity and an awareness of musical structure that enable clear crisp sparse rhythms to carry a sense of purpose & direction without meandering or resorting to less refined strategies. There is even a very tasty and beautifully placed break beat in there which captures exactly the vibe of that big sound of yesteryear, whilst achieving a here and now vibe from the track overall.
Tresor92 grooves along in an insistent Techno way, but again does not fall into the “old fashioned” or “heard that already” pitfalls so many of the thousands of new releases each month seem to willingly dive head first into, for all they are worth. The track builds from its initial strange opening melody that could be some kind of mutated grandfather clock. Slowly and surely, it sneaks up on the listener, evolving as it does into a hard and driving enough piano type chord driven groove. Again as in ‘Fever’, what makes the track so [...] Continue reading