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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Electronic / Beats / Industrial

Electronic / Beats / Industrial

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Feels - Fake Fur (feat. MISSY)     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop, Alternative, Dance 13/09/2019
Two dynamic women, one four-octave electronic xylophone, 11 different drum pads, up to six sticks hitting the triggers – meet Feels the award-winning artists, producers & label founders
Fake Fur is a vibrant percussive pop tune, featuring energetic top line vocals from New Zealand singer MISSY. Fake Fur was recorded in the Red Bull studios at New Zealand Red Bull HQ, after personal invitation for Feels to undertake a studio residency there in January 2019.

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The Fix Ups - Enter Your Soul     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop, Soul, Experimental 13/09/2019
The Fix Ups are an Electronic synth pop duo, with dreamy vocals and lofi production with simplistic application sequencers, synths and drum machine.
Enter Your Soul is a song about falling in love and being okay with the shadow aspects within relationships embracing the ups and the downs. It speaks of the true love that arises when one is able to be themselves without the need to change the other, and to dance in acceptance to the differences to each other.

Chief Street - Snake     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Dance 12/09/2019
Chief Street is an Adelaide based trap and bass music producer.
Snake is an industrial trap belter. There's not much more to it than that. Perfectly suited to either gym workout playlists, this trap & bass tune delivers on everything you expect from Chief Street.

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ORCHA - Depths     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Experimental 12/09/2019
Violin isn’t something often associated with electronic music, but the work of Melbourne-based violinist Matt Sheers, who goes by ORCHA, will certainly challenge that assumption.
Depths is about sinking into a feeling or emotion that might at first seem uncomfortable or foreign, but then learning to use that feeling to grow stronger or more focused.

LUCIANBLOMKAMP - Sound Of The Morning     Electronic / Beats / Industrial 06/09/2019
LUCIANBLOMKAMP is one of Australia's most prolific artists, with an EP and three full length albums as well as a number of writing and producing credits to his name.
"Over a period of around 2 years there’ve been 4 pretty dramatically different versions of the track. Ironically the main inspiration for the track came from a melody that’s no longer even in the song, which was inspired by the opening melody of ‘Shadow’ by TAPZ. Wild how much the idea’s changed since then." - LUCIANBLOMKAMP

Feki - Built To Last     Electronic 02/09/2019
Brisbane-based artist Feki has spent the past few years pulling at the heartstrings of music fans around the globe with his evocative take on hip hop-infused electronica.
Feki returns triumphant with ‘Built To Last’ ft. røry.

Says Feki: “This one is just a straight pop banger. It’s much brighter and happier than all my previous songs, so I thought this would be an awesome song to kick off the new chapter.”

Premium Fantasy - Obelisk     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop, Punk, Rock 02/09/2019
Exalted sounds of wonky loops, power FM bass lines, decaying memory banks, sizzling midnight car alarms, dr. rhythm, anxiety.
Recorded/written by Premium Fantasy 2019

Mixed by Simon Maisch

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Jeanscape - Barbara     Electronic, Goth, Industrial 01/09/2019
Gothic-Industrial outfit releases ghoulish new single - a homage to 'Night of the Living Dead'...
The song 'Barbara' pays homage to the classic horror film, ‘Night of the Living Dead’, combining samples with pulsating dance beats and haunted lead vocals.

Alex Hosking - Monsters     Electronic 30/08/2019
“Monsters” is the debut single for South Australian artist Alex Hosking. Alex has been travelling the globe for the past two years, writing over 300 songs for artists internationally.
Monsters is about the feeling of being stuck in your own head even when you can see that the world keeps turning.

The song incorporates fast melody lines, smooth hip hop drum beats, electric RnB guitar, poetic metaphors lead by Alex’s striking vocals. This song is addictive and relatable to all.

BRUX - Bound To You     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, House 30/08/2019
Revel in the realm of BRUX - a turbulent force of brooding rhythms and distorted desires of the human psyche.
BRUX explains, “Bound To You is a story of painful love - surrendering your whole self to someone but getting nothing back. The frustration of being so deep in it and unable to break away even when it’s toxic.”

Collarbones - Wish Me Luck feat. Banoffee     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Experimental, Pop 30/08/2019
Boundary-pushing duo Collarbones (aka Sydney’s Marcus Whale and Adelaide’s Travis Cook) have built a name for their interstate collaborative project, tying deep, far-reaching emotion with complex, sinewy electronic pop.
“Wish Me Luck” tackles the messy ending of an ugly romantic entanglement, overlaying Whale’s emotive cries with the angelic vocals of Melbourne-based vocalist, track co-producer and close friend Banoffee. Initially written back in 2016, the ballad stirs melancholy synths against slowed-down and syncopated beats, in a soundscape that shines at the medium between trademark touches from each artist.

Endgrain - Enter The Grain     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Experimental, Alternative 30/08/2019
Following the release of his debut 'Frame Relay' EP in 2017, and follow-up La Junta EP, Sydney's Endgrain (Jackson May) returns with his third October Records EP, Enter The Grain
Written over the past year, Enter The Grain is heavily influenced by a wide range of club based sounds & genres as well as local Sydney selectors. To give the track character, it uses old vinyl breaks where possible and then in the mastering phase it is run through a tape machine.

Other tracks by Endgrain:  Fena  -  Schwarzwald
GL - Night Habit     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop 30/08/2019
Melbourne-based electronic duo GL (Graeme Pogson and Ella Thompson) are known for their cosmic-dream creations that bend between eras and genre and are irresistible to move along with every time.
“Night Habit” blends 70s funky soul beats with sticky low-driven percussion and synths, topped off by singer Ella Thompson’s lofty harmonies to create a spooky, down-tempo throb, worthy of a ceremonious slow-dance. It’s another example of the duo’s thrilling contemporary spin on classic disco, funk, boogie, soul and electronic pop that ensures four minutes of delighted listening.

Hemm - Think About It     Electronic, Pop, Ambience, Atmospheric 28/08/2019
Hemm are Melbourne-based duo Juice Webster and Robert Downie. Their intimate electronic songs explore the everyday complexities of connection in life and love.
“Think About It” picks up the thread laid by their previous Make Me Stay EP, further showcasing the duo’s continued evolution as virtuosos of emotional futurist pop.

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Damo Cox - Summer Sun     Electronic, House 27/08/2019
Gold Coast based House Music DJ/Producer, with a love for deep rolling Tech basslines
Rolling Tech House baseline, with a minimalistic drop, followed by a bad ass drop with dark stabbing synths and topped off with some unusual robotic sounding vocals. At the end of the day it makes you want to party in the Summer Sun and just keep dancing all night long!

Simona Castricum - Generations     Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Pop 27/08/2019
Simona Castricum is an electronic musician and producer from Melbourne. Her songs blend intimate synth-pop with stadium techno, mixing cardio elements of vocals and electronic percussion.
Generations carry a weight that is often misunderstood and erased through the pressure of ‘young/fresh/cool’. The struggle and visibility of trans and gender diverse Xers and Boomers is nuanced to those of Millennials and Zs, yet they are deeply connected. What happens when we lose that connection?

An empathetic piece of techno-pop, 'Generations' is part of Simona's forthcoming album ‘Panic/Desire’.

Michael Blakeman - Down the Sinkhole     Electronic, Retro, Atmospheric 26/08/2019
Michael Blakeman's music can be described as the soundtrack to haunting, ethereal dream. Combining a taste for nostalgia with a need to experiment, he mixes synthesiser soundscapes with modern rock.
Down the Sinkhole is what would happen if you replaced the guitars in a metal song with a synthesiser. The song is about the damaging effects of addiction on families.

Other tracks by Michael Blakeman:  Warsong
Nadisko - Take Me Away     Electronic, Dance, Atmospheric, Chill 26/08/2019
The Nadisko duo coming back form a 5 year hiatus have launched their new tropical, dreamy 'Rufus du sol' inspired track.
A dreamy, tropical track that is sure to warm you up moving into the summer months. Perfect for dinner listening or watching the sun set on your balcony. Take Me Away is sure to take your mind to a beach overlooking the mediterranean with a pinot gris and selection of olives!

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Other tracks by Nadisko:  Take Me Away (Extended Mix)
Warren Skane - Gonna Break Ya     Electronic, Dance, Pop 26/08/2019
Independent Electronic Loop Artist from Butler, Western Australia. I use licensed music samples to create my own unique sound. Main genres are rock/metal and hiphop.
Gonna Break Ya is about the current stressful lifestyle alot of us live. Thinking we can do everything at once until it all comes crashing down. An upbeat song with heavy electro/dance vibes to rock out to.

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Other tracks by Warren Skane:  The Inner Me  -  Medusa
Jaguar Jonze - Beijing Baby     Electronic 23/08/2019
Life-changing serendipity happens only to a chosen few. And that moment took musician-artist Deena Lynch by surprise, while playing an Iggy Pop tribute night in her native Brisbane, Australia.
It’s technically about those who hide behind their privilege, but also nods to Deena’s multicultural roots: Mom is Taiwanese, and Dad is Australian. After her parents split (and complicated citizenship issues), her mother moved to Taiwan, her father stayed in Japan, and seven-year-old Deena was moved to Australia.