Category Archives: Playlist

Playlist #97 – Artist Alphabet – B is for…

Eclectic Electronic Soundscapes –

It’s 2019 and I’m taking stock this year – To make sure that I’m giving space for as many artists as possible and to try and listen to new one’s, Feminatronic will be focussing on Artists alphabetically throughout the year on all platforms.

Here I’ve updated the letter B(pt1)…
As with all the playlists, they are jumping off points to discoveries. Just let some of the tracks play onto the next….follow up on “sounds like”….see who’s following, many artists follow other artists….

Artists are BLEIE, Bella, Blankets,Natasha Barrett, Beast Nest,Natalie TBA Beridze, Loise Bulot,Sandra Lanuza Badarji,Anna Bo, Tullia Benedicta, brthln glnds, Georgina Brett, Bad@Maths, BEAM, Dendera Bloodbath, Louis and Bebe Barron, Sarah Boothroyd,Bohemian Cristal Instrument, Myriam Bleau, beepblip, Zoe Blade, Ka Baird, Cecile Babiole, Sophie Birch, Rose Bolton, blechdom,BAASSIK,Rachel Boyd, Lea Bertucci and BLACK QUANTUM FUTURISM.

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Playlist #144 – Artist Alphabet – A is for…pt1

Eclectic Electronic Soundscapes –

It’s 2019 and I’m taking stock this year – To make sure that I’m giving space for as many artists as possible and to try and discover new one’s, Feminatronic will be focussing on Artists alphabetically throughout the year on all platforms.
Here is the letter A(pt1)…

As with all the playlists, they are jumping off points to discoveries. Just let some of the tracks play onto the next….follow up on “sounds like”….see who’s following, many artists follow other artists….

Artists on playlist # 144 are Emeraldia Ayakashi, Arrebato, aag, Savannah Agger, Band Ane, {arsonist}, Antenes, asterisk untitled, Aardor, alodi, Damara Tawodi Arrowood, anomie, akioka, Astilbe, Auriea, Audri Acuna, Awwz, Aylu, Michele Abondano, Meryll Ampe, Laurie Anderson, AMET, Luna Arakawa S, Aschka, Clara de Asis, AMMA, Julia Hanadi aLabed, Lydia Ang, ABENCOADA and AJA.

 

 

 

Friday Focus – Electronicgirls

 

 

Electronicgirls is a netlabel that produces and distributes works made by electronic and electroacoustic musicians. Solo projects and collective releases can be downloaded for free from the website – http://www.electronicgirls.org/

“The label offers visibility, distribution, press office services for free: we believe in the freedom of culture.
We don’t believe in the contemporary music market’s rules.
Our releases are licensed under Creative Commons.
Electronicgirls was born in 2010 as an innovative hub
dedicated to the effort of women – from the past –
and contemporary artists in the field of electronic music.
Electronicgirls believe that music has no sex.
FEEL FREE TO SEND US YOUR MUSIC.
ENJOY OUR PRODUCTIONS.”

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ElectronicGirlsLabel/

 


International Women’s Day 2017

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Eclectic Electronic Soundscapes
Today is International Women’s Day (March 8th 2017) and I put together this playlist of electronic music creators to celebrate as part of a week of Feminatronic overload on all platforms : )
This is in no way an exhaustive list. I’m just skimming the surface of creativity and as ever it’s just a starting point…

Artists are Truus, Anne Gillis, Bjork/Katie Gately, Marie Davidson, Ann Southam, Laetitia Sonami, Ikue Mori, Holly Herndon, Maja S. K. Ratkje, Lucrecia Dalt, AGF, Lily Greenham, Annette Peacock, Gudrun Gut, Constance Demby, Elodie Lauten, Doris Norton, Suzanne Doucet, Adina Izarra, Ruth White, Berengere Maximin, Laurie Anderson, The Space Lady and last but never least, Pauline Oliveros.

 

 

An Album a Day pt4

For the past couple of years I’m Gary (@noyokono) on twitter has a challenge for February – MWE
“Music Writer Exercise: Each day in February, listen to 1 full album you’ve never heard, from start to finish. Write one tweet about it. #MWE
Ok, I’m no writer and although I listen to a lot of music everyday, this does spur me to listen to new discoveries. I did this last year and I’m attempting it again and here are the last albums –

 

MWE#22 – Challenging intriguing chansons of stifled anger and noise for grown-ups – LET THEM GROW by Maja Osojnik


 

MWE#23 – Experimental Grime, hints of Vaporwave and warped electro Gospel. A revelation that’s quite special –


MWE#24 – Black Quantum Futurism – Space-Time Collapse I – Connecting history with the future in multi layered sonic collages.


MWE#25 – Melodic chillout that moves the feet – Online Dating by Tryphème   


MWE#26 – Alice Kemp – Uneasy listening with dark undercurrents creating claustrophobic atmospheres – 


MWE#27 Sarah Rasines pyr124 –Gameboy, found sounds, loops + glitches create hypnotic toe tapping rhythmic patterns
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MWE#28 Anne Gillis – Lxgrin – Relentless nightmarish experiments in voice, loops and repetition = Challenging and cathartic

Todays Discovery – Sonic Environment Waves (July 2016) — MAKING WAVES

This month we’re delighted to have Dr. Leah Barclay, Co-Chair of Sonic Environments, and President of the Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology , guest-curate this playlist: Sonic Environment Waves. About the playlist, Leah writes: This playlist features composers who are working in innovative ways with place, environmental sound and new technologies. It has been curated to […]

via Sonic Environment Waves (July 2016) — MAKING WAVES

 

“Making Waves is a monthly series of curated playlists streaming one hour of quality, new composed music. Founded in 2015, Making Waves shines a spotlight on the music of Australian composers. Fresh playlists are released on the first day of each month and older playlists are made available all year round via our archives; perfect for those with just a few minutes to explore one track or for hours perusing a myriad of diverse sound-worlds.”

Not solely electronic. Much is Classical music and / electroacoustic but increasingly there are electronic elements in the compositions and a great introduction to Australian composers. Really recommend listening to the beautifully presented playlists.

 

 

 

Weekly Theme – Latin American Electronic and Electroacoustic

There is a rich history of Electronic and Electroacoustic music in South American and Latin American countries with some of the greatest pioneers  including Jacqueline Nova and Beatriz Ferreyra. This rich culture of experimentalism has been built upon by modern artists. Below are two playlists that are the starting points to discovering more.

Jacqueline Nova

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