Here’s an energetic playlist that will keep you awake, and grooving in your seat while focusing on your next to-do item. Featuring electronica artists from the Philippines, most from the QED Records netlabel.
How I assembled a recent project for a client video, from rough project brief and an audio peg to final product.
How psy-trance artists 808 State got me hooked on producing electronic music because of one album, Gorgeous.
My workhorse laptop from 2002 is now dead. Thanks to my stupidity. But it served me well. And much longer than I thought it would. Here are the last 4 tracks I ever made on that machine.
My Ethnic Mix for the Bukas Palad track “All Shall Be Well,” which is a little world music, a little drum & bass, a little acid jazz. And all groovy.
I was interviewed by a college radio show in Manila called Ethnic Tunog (ET) Revisited, and talked about the process of creating music that pushes the Philippine identity.
How once I decided I wanted to create more music, I suddenly got handed two remix projects, but then… I dropped the ball. Epic fail? Nah. I still learned good lessons.
9 tracks and 41 minutes of emotive melodies, harsh synthetic textures and IDM. Ambient experimental electronica.
It’s been a long time.Probably about three years (or more) since I last produced a new Acid42 track.Here’s how circumstance and collaborators brought me out of the creative hole I was languishing in.
One hour of house, EDM, electronica, hip hop, and even downtempo tracks by Philippine artists, remixers, and producers. On 8tracks.com