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  1. Everything Sounds #28 - Early Electronic Music

    Electronic music is often viewed as a musical genre that stands separate from other genres. However, since the invention of the Telharmonium, electronic instruments have been integrated into various styles of music as well as our lives in general. Learn about the early development of electronic music with Thom Holmes, as he explains his collection of electronic music that spans from 1930–1985, electronic instruments, tape composition, and Motown’s neglected Moog synthesizer.

    —Huffduffed by nguyen

  2. Radiolab: Wordless music

    On this week’s podcast, we share an excerpt from Wordless Music on WNYC, a 4-part music program hosted by Jad, exploring the boundaries between classical and pop music. The series pairs rock and electronic musicians with more traditional chamber and new music performers, to create an entirely new concert experience. On this week’s selection, Jad waxes googly-eyed fan when he gets to talk about one of his favorite bands, Stars of the Lid.

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  3. The Wire Episode 3: Going Electric

    This third episode about the development of the electic guitar was especially inspiring.

    Since I am a piano player, I've often been jealous of how much attention the electric guitar gets in rock music.

    Now that I have learned about the rise of the guitar owing to electification, I am hopeful that future developments in electronic music may rescue the place of the keyboard and other traditonal music instruments. (Though I personally love synthesizer music very much, it is very much a background instrument in most rock music and most other classical instruments have just disappeared..)

    http://www.prx.org/pieces/6641-the-wire-episode-3-going-electric

    —Huffduffed by PJP

  4. Stuff You Should Know

    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.

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  5. Adam Harper’s Bubblebath – Electronic Evocations | Red Bull Radio

    Once again Adam Harper dissects warped electronics and adventurous sounds, featuring Mhysa, Cooly G, Death’s Dynamic Shroud and more.

    https://www.redbullradio.com/shows/adam-harpers-bubblebath/episodes/electronic-evocations

    —Huffduffed by mattnida

  6. JaysWays — Mirrors

    I am a 16 year old unsigned EDM producer from the Northern Beaches of Sydney. I write and produce electronic music, then I do the artwork for it and independently release it, then I share it on the internet and hope that people will listen to it. Currently have two albums self-released on iTunes/Bandcamp: http://jaysways.bandcamp.com/album/surrogates-part-ii-closed-eyes Follow me on Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/jaysways Like me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jayswaysofficial

    http://www.triplejunearthed.com/artists/view.aspx?artistid=51578

    —Huffduffed by alextimmermann