01 Suzanne Ciani :: eighth wave 00:00 02 Laurel Halo :: light + space 03:29 03 Purity Ring :: obedear 07:54 04 jj :: beautiful life 11:14 05 Harry Fraud :: bird on a wire (instrumental) 14:24 06 Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland :: the narcissist 17:33 07 Beams :: she’s deep seated 21:06 08 Airbird :: goodnight 23:24 09 CFCF :: exercise #6 (december) 26:36 10 Sam Flax :: child of glass 29:25 11 Sand Circles :: white sand 33:47 12 Jessie Ware :: 110% 37:09 13 LA Vampires By Octa Octa :: wherever, boy 40:27 14 Major Lazer :: get free (feat. amber coffman) 45:20 15 Prinzhorn Dance School :: i want you 50:03
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Frozen Music — Goethe said, “Architecture is frozen music.” I like that. Of course that was before audio recording, so now, for the most part, music is frozen music. It’s only very recently in the history of music that we’ve been able to freeze music into an object.
How Music Sampling Works — Today music sampling is a common practice, especially in electronic or hip-hop music. But how does it work? After all, other artists made the original music, and most of them would presumably like to be paid. Tune in to learn more about music sampling.
From art-school band Roxy Music via ‘ambient’ music to superstar record producer and sound theorist, Brian Eno is modern music’s most unlikely pop star.
Music and interview.