Electronica



A selection of the best articles on electronica:

The Sound of Ice: Discussing "Terra Nova" 
By Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky 
In this interview with Elena Glasberg, I discusses my new multimedia performance work Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica, open-source media, music history, new relativism, the need for more paradox, and the sound of no government.




Electronic Healing: An Interview with Nadis Warriors' Jason Hahn
By Faye Sakellaridis
Jason Hahn, the visionary behind the production company Re:Evolution Media and member of the electronica band Nadis Warriors, is dedicated to uniting members of the spiritual community through the celebration of our creative capacity. In this interview, Hahn discusses the "psychedelic explosion" in electronica, performing alongside visionary artist Alex Grey, and Nadis Warriors' approach to healing through art.




Getting Subliminal with DJ Spooky
By Propaganda Anonymous
For over ten years, Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky has quietly been linking the worlds of DJ culture and high art. You could say his approach has been nearly subliminal. In this interview, Spooky gives a retrospective of his diverse body of work.




Kraddy Slaughters the Minotaur
By Steve Urban
In the beginning of the year, Kraddy, the Los Angeles based electronic music producer and DJ sat down with Reality Sandwich to discuss music and life. He was on tour promoting his new EP, Labyrinth




Sampling Paradise: Goa Trance
By Erik Davis
As we hurtle into the twenty-first century, refugees from the First World have poached the info tech that's speeding up the march of progress and made an abrupt about-face towards the archaic. They drag it to the rocks and jungles. Technology loves connection, so they sync it with the ancient wheel of the heavens.




Tipping in the Thunder (Gang Gang Dance in the duende)
By Twist
In my personal musical cosmology, Gang Gang Dance are to the Aughts (2000-2010) what Future Sound of London’s epic Life Forms double-LP was to the mid-nineties, and what Floyd’s UmmaGumma was to the early 70s.




The Church of Random Rab
By Charles Shaw 
Every great movement has its sound, and every great epoch has its backing tracks. With his fourth album, Visurreal, the West Coast DJ and musical avatar crafts a masterpiece that captures the quintessence of the spiritual healing journey, by offering his own.

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