One, is the debut full-length album from husband and wife duo Via Voltage. Feeling an absence of great synth-pop music born out of the 80’s they decided to give it new life in a current and exciting way. Their powerful use of counter-melodies, harmonies, and interwoven melodic conversations glimmer across the stereo spectrum making One a true Retro-Futuristic Synth-Pop experience.
One is available now (or very soon) from these fine retailers:
Apple iTunes, Amazon MP3, Beyond Oblivion, Deezer, Google Music Store, iHeartRadio, Last.fm, Mondia Media, MySpace Music, Omnifone, Rhapsody, Shazam, Slacker Radio, Tradebit, Yandex, 7digital, Bloom.fm, Emusic, GreatIndieMusic, JB Hi-Fi, MediaNet, Nokia, Rdio, Samsung Music Hub, 24-7, Simfy, Spotify, and Xbox Music.
We are happy to announce our latest official release “Kyma” by Slowly We Falter. Kyma is a 4-track EP created created using NOD-E, a wonderful instrument made by Antonio Blanca. The sounds you hear are randomly generated patterns created inside Reaktor (modular synthesis software) using various instruments connected to NOD-E.
This is the sound of machines at play.
Slowly We Falter is a side project started by Scott Brown (Fake Empire) to delve into the experimental side of electronic music and sound design. It is also an opportunity for him to explore creative limitation, restricting the instruments or software used for each project to inspire creative problem solving and a more minimalist approach. Each Slowly We Falter EP will be created within a set of limitations to see how far Scott can push himself musically and also to deepen his understanding of the equipment he is working with.
“Emersion” is the brand new 4 track EP from Ember Music artist Stalker VA (Dmitry Bezruchko) a composer, music producer and sound artist from Kiev, Ukraine.
Dmitry works mainly in the field of electronic and electroacoustic ambient music, incorporating synthesis, processed sounds, field recordings; investigating different timbres and creating atmospheric and cosmic soundscapes.
We are very happy to announce our latest official release, “The Grids of Civilisation (Ember Music Special Edition)” by The A.M. Experiment. This is the regular 16 Track-Double Album + Bonus tracks of B-Sides & Remixes… over 3,5 hours of Music. Spanning several genres, from ambient soundscapes to upbeat electronica this is an album for every electronic music lover.
The 23 track album is available now from Bandcamp for $6.79 USD or more.
For more info about this release, and our previous releases please visit our releases page.
Electronic wizard Fabók Péter has been dishing out a steady stream of albums since 2005. His latest release as Tangram is Contemplations, an 8 track album of melodic downtempo dedicated to the memory of his father. The album is available for $7 USD (or more) via the Tangram Bandcamp page.
This album also features a remix by fellow Ember Music artist Darren Borg.
We’re happy to let all of you know of another great release by good friend of Ember, Austin TX’s Gabriel Sandoval, aka Cruxes. This is his first solo release in quite a while and it’s got a fantastic mix of ambient, electronic and alt-rock.
Here’s some info in Gabe’s own words:
“Today I’m releasing my first solo record in years. It’s an instrumental post-rock record under the name CRUXES. I recorded all of this over the course of the last 4 months, but some of the songs are over 2 years old now and came as sketches that I then fleshed out piece by piece.
It’s FREE, so go grab it and let me know what you think!
There are 9 songs on the record and along with the download you’ll get a piece of artwork that I made for each song. As the year goes by, I hope to come back to the project…maybe doing a live show or getting myself and friends to put vocals over the tracks. I’ll also be releasing more projects under different names since I have several that are almost completed. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you want to collaborate on anything musical, visual, or otherwise!”
So, please if you dig sounds like Sigur Ros, The Pixies and Brian Eno, you’ll definitely want to give “Crux” a listen.