Electronic musicians

 

Electronic musicians and their music

 

There are millions of electronic musicians out there, not in the least thanks to our contemporary equipment. On the lower end prices are relatively affordable, so many people are able to let their creativity flow, utilizing their very own electronic equipment.

 
Electronic musicians
 

I grew up in an era in which electronic instruments were far from cheap. That’s why in those days there were relatively only a few electronic musicians. My idols were, are and will be forever Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre and Steve Roach. Just to name a few. And now, during the last decades, Ron Boots, Frank Klare, Bernd Kistenmacher, Radio Massacre International, Gert Emmens and Vidna Obmana drew my attention aswell. And there are many more ‘new’ artists out there who make electronic music that is worthwhile enough to spend my time on.

How about you? What artists do you recommend? And why?




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  • Brainvoyager
    Brainvoyager on

    Last week I discovered a promising musician from Spain. In fact, he discovered me first and sent me a ticket. That’s how we got in touch. His name is David Maeso an his website can be explored here: http://www.davidmaeso.com. You can find the link to his website under Links in the main menu as well.


  • Torsten
    Torsten on

    I like dark ambient an awful lot. Steve Roach, Vidna Obmana and also Robert Rich are the best for me. Thanks to the Internet buying their music is a piece of cake. The first five years of Tangerine Dream have been the best for me. Their albums like Zeit, Atem and Rubicon are awesome.

    I’d like to attend a concert of Steve Roach once but unfortunately he always plays far from my place. Oh well…, one has to keep on dreaming I guess. His last double album Live Transmission is really a masterpiece.


    • Brainvoyager
      Brainvoyager on

      Hi Torsten, that sounds pretty much the way I look at the blessings of the Internet. Thanks to the Internet and its webstores worldwide, my collection grew and grew. I discovered a lot of new musicians and bands who without the Internet I definitely never would have gotten to know.


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