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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Politics And Aesthetics In Electronic Music
  • Genre: Electronic / Screen - Stage
  • Formats: AUD VOX RA MMF MIDI WMA APE
  • Released: 2014
  • Style: Experimental, Musique Concrète, Sound Collage
  • MP3 album: 1190 mb
  • FLAC album: 1235 mb
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Various - Politics And Aesthetics In Electronic Music download album

CD to the book "Politics and Aesthetics in Electronic Music - A Study of EMS - Stockholm, 1964-1979".

Politics and Aesthetics in Electronic Music: A Study of EMS - Stockholm, 1964-79. The principal creators of the studio were rooted in Swedish modernism, and had the EMS-project shaped in accordance to the social democratic cultural policy of the time. This enabled the project to achieve continuous financial support, e. g. to purchase a computer in 1969.

The connection between music and politics, particularly political expression in song, has been seen in many cultures. Although music influences political movements and rituals, it is not clear how or to what extent general audiences relate to music on a political level. Music can express anti-establishment or protest themes, including anti-war songs, but pro-establishment ideas are also represented, for example, in national anthems, patriotic songs, and political campaigns

Aesthetics Vo. by Various Artists, released 11 November 2017 1. Scruscru - Popinjay 2. Meowsn' - Even Left My Motherfucking Hoes For Ya 3. BRTS - I Think We Do 4. Jeanne - Ebony 5. ZVEZDKIN - Baby Show Me 6. Talyfromloud - Tantzploshadka 7. Marco Lazovic - Vintage Roots 8. Bogdan Ra - Lady Africa 9. Dranga - Podval & Levan G 10. Jazzyvibe - Feel Da Vibe Authentic russian producers collaborated to describe our feel of music aesthetics. We called Side A - Daylight, with sunny, bright and soulful deep grooves

Discerning between what we classify as electronic music and what we don’t becomes a more complicated judgment call every year. Rock and pop artists that make entirely analog recordings are in the minority, if they even exist at all, and hip-hop of late has been dominated by a signature drum machine sound. In the end, that’s what it came down to: aesthetics. Rather than examine the methods, it was about the sounds of the records-what we ended up with, by and large, was a set of music by veterans finding new ways to explore their equipment, from a pop diva embracing house, an avant-garde innovator delivering a love letter to club music, an ambient godfather going deeper into the darkness and a singular. In essence, this is a record of modern improvisational music performed via prepared piano-an instrument Moran has dedicated herself to for years.

Electronic music since 1980 has splintered into numerous genres and subgenres, communities and subcultures.

Electronic music is music that employs electronic musical instruments, digital instruments and circuitry-based music technology. In general, a distinction can be made between sound produced using electromechanical means (electroacoustic music), and that produced using electronics only. Electromechanical instruments include mechanical elements, such as strings, hammers, and so on, and electric elements, such as magnetic pickups, power amplifiers and loudspeakers.

Pioneers of Electronic Music. New World Records' Pioneers of Electronic Music is a repackaging of the CRI title of the same name and centers around the activity of the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center founded by Vladimir Ussachevsky and Otto Luening. The designation "pioneers" in this case is a particularly apt one - these are not pioneers of techno or some other latter-day popular music involving the use of electronics, but pioneers of electronic music itself

Electronic music since 1980 has splintered into numerous genres and subgenres, communities and subcultures.

Strut’s new Mutazione: Italian Electronic & New Wave Underground 1980-1988 offers a compilation based on the too-good-to-be-true music scene in 1980s Italy, an experimental period that drew as much from Throbbing Gristle and Suicide as it does Foucault and Sartre .

Tracklist

1 Charles Amirkhanian Dzarim Bess Ga Khorim (Full Length) 5:17
2 Jon Appleton Dr. Quisling In Stockholm (1970/71) 3:22
3 Jon Appleton Mussems Sång (Full Length) 7:43
4 Sven Erik Båck* In Principio 3:22
5 Lars-Gunnar Bodin Cybo II 2:38
6 François Dufrêne Paris-Stockholm 2:53
7 Hans Edler Fattig Man Söker Efter Mat (Full Length) 1:52
8 Eberhardt Eyser* La Valse 1:07
9 Sten Hanson Fnarp(e) 1:05
10 Sten Hanson Oips 3:26
11 Sten Hanson Ouhm 2:40
12 Michael Hinton Joker 4:39
13 Åke Hodell Igevär 3:06
14 Åke Hodell Mr. Smith In Rhodesia 5:11
15 Zaid Holmin Computer Lotus (Full Length) 4:19
16 Bengt Emil Johnson 1/1969 Genom Törstspegeln (Första Passeringen) 3:26
17 Bent Lorentzen På Opdagelsesfærd I Pianoets Sælsomme Indre Og Ydre Verden (Full Length) 8:13
18 Miklós Maros Rörelser 3:17
19 Per Nørgård Kalendermusik 2:06
20 Tamas Ungvary Annons 1:05
21 Tamas Ungvary Basic Barrier 2:44
22 Tamas Ungvary Traum Des Einsamen (Full Length) 3:46
23 Knut Wiggen Sommarmorgon (Full Length) 3:46

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Caprice Records – CAP 60008
  • Copyright (c) – Caprice Records – CAP 60008
  • Produced At – Elektronmusikstudion

Credits

  • Compiled By – Sanne Krogh Groth
  • Executive-Producer – Marie Wisén
  • Mastered By – Mats Lundell

Notes

CD to the book "Politics and Aesthetics in Electronic Music - A Study of EMS - Elektronmusikstudion Stockholm, 1964-1979"

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