that comment got a like by none other than blissblogger.two most important things in life are self-aggrandisement and marketing.
if their are millions of people out there all making this type of music then you're only going to stand out by marketing it better than them.
cause controversy. invent new taxonomy for yourself. craft a narrative for. turn yourself into an interesting article for the wire.
interested in several thoughts in here – the trend for "world building" among a generation brought up on CGI and dystopian fiction/games, and SR's final thought on high-concept electronic music lacking the release/abandon of early rave or contemporary trapeverybody on twitter is talking about the article
He sells sea shells by the sea shoreBrighton producer Jake Monroe (who goes by the alias Shellz) released the album Streaming in 2017. With it's oceanic album artwork and track titles such as "Surf" the album explored the immersive, maritime nature of online life.
"It was about connecting the world I inhabited on the computer with the world I could see out of my window" he explained to me- fittingly- over a Skyped interview.
.Kranium's 'dEiNDUSTRIALIZATION EP, released in the wake of the Conservatives Party's win in the UK's 2015 general election sought to make comparisons between the closing of coal mines in South Wales under Margaret Thatcher's government in the 1980's with the current David Cameron's proposed public spending cuts. Contorting samples of 80's icons such as Brian Ferry, the album was an experiment in revealing "the grotesque face of Capitalism" that hides under the "glitz and glam" of the music industry and show business at large.