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Sound Sunday caters to all tastes. Apparently, our technologically minded audience most appreciates electronic music, which is reflected in high numbers of shares. Hence we continue to explore this genre with another fabulous dubstep edition.

There also is an underlying theme in this edition: Do what you love! In case you didn’t know this secret recipe already, I recommend listening to the Intro track of SniteVille’s In The Mist Of Darkness Vol.1.

Like other genres better? Make sure you let us know by sharing or commenting next time I cover it! As always, I’m open to suggestions and feedback, which you can deliver via the comments or email to tina at this domain.

Single: Phutureprimitive – Mad World

Genre: electronic, dubstep, bass, glitch, remix

From his homepage: “Conceived and produced in a digital environment, his music manages to convey more humanity and organic warmth than typically found in an often cold and sterile genre. Shimmering with cinematic qualities, his music ultimately speaks to both the mind and the body.”

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Mad World is a free download from Bandcamp.

EP: 4degC – Radio, Synth, Filter, Noise

Genre: electronic, bass, dance, dubstep

4degC is the moniker of the artist Yuta Tone, who is based in Kyoto, Japan. His EP was released with the indie label Million Pavilions.

Radio, Synth, Filter, Noise is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

Faderhead – Empires Of The Northern Lights v2.42

Genre: electronic, ebm, pop, dubstep

From his homepage: “It’s 2013 and Faderhead’s electronic music assault is in full swing. One EP, six highly acclaimed albums and two compilations in 6 years – as well as 4 massive worldwide clubhits (…) – have moved the project from Hamburg/Germany into the limelight of the harder electro scene. From stompy techno to synthpop to dirty groove-laden electro: Faderhead mashes it all up like no one else (…)”

Empires Of The Northern Lights v2.42 is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

EP: Sudanim – Did You Mean Pseudonym?

Genre: electronic, bas, house, dubstep

This kid failed his A levels making this record. It better be worth it! But isn’t doing what you love always worth it?

Did You Mean Pseudonym? is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

EP: Neurosignal – Signals

Genre: electronic, drum & bass, dubstep

Neurosignal delivers neurofunk tunes from Finland.

Signals is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

EP: ShoKKPoynT – Army Of One

Genre: electronic, edm, dance, drumstep, dubstep

ShoKKpoynT, aka Jack, is a budding electronic music artist from Asheville, North Carolina.

Army Of One is a free download from Bandcamp.

SniteVille – In The Mist Of Darkness Vol. 1

Genre: alternative, electronic, bass, dubstep, funk, instrumental, jazz, soul

From his Bandcamp profile: “SniteVille loves electronic sounds, hip hop and house. Having a diverse knowledge of genres, SniteVille takes listeners in to an extreme addiction of bass influenced music and arrangements that stimulate the careful listener. Half American half Botswana, SniteVille has been raised in an educational background holding an international business degree and diploma in music production and sound engineering.”

In The Mist Of Darkness Vol. 1 is a free download from Bandcamp.

Dualist Inquiry – Doppelganger

Genre: electronic, dubstep

From the album page: “Dualist Inquiry is the brainchild and solo project of Sahej Bakshi, a music producer, guitarist and cerebral agent who graduated from the Thornton Music School at USC in Los Angeles, CA, in 2009. Since returning to India in 2010, Sahej has grown to be considered one of the leading producers and live performers of electronic music in India, releasing original music and touring extensively.”

Doppelganger is a free download from Bandcamp.

Ben I Sabbah – Steps In Dub

Genre: electronic, ambient, dubstep, bass

From his Facebook page: “Ben I Sabbah is specialized in Oriental and Asian underground music – DJ’ing and experimental sound creation.”

Steps In Dub is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

Secret Archives of the Vatican – Storms

Genre: electronic, bass, breakbeat, drums, dub

From the album page: “The tunes in this album are predominantly built upon traditional Turkish rhythms but also explore the Turkish makam tuning system, where some notes are tuned differently from our usual Western tuning. We haven’t attempted to follow the compositional rules and expectations of the makam tradition – we simply don’t have the knowledge and we may have made mistakes – but we believe that breaking free of our Western tempered tuning opens up a whole unexplored world of musical possibility.”

Storms is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

Midnight City Records – After Midnight Compilation

Genre: electronic, bass, dubstep

Midnight City Records is a bass music label based off Vancouver Island, Canada, which I incidentally just visited (the Island). The label is run by iNTRiKeT.

After Midnight Compilation is a free download from Bandcamp.

Final Question

How do you listen to albums featured on Sound Sunday? Do you actually download them? Would you mind if future editions of Sound Sunday shared albums that are free to stream, but not free to download?

  1. wolfy
    April 20, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    whoes reading this in 2094

  2. Joe
    September 11, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    I tend to download most, but wouldn't be put off by streaming only option.

  3. Cam
    September 11, 2013 at 3:24 am

    If you guys are looking for some great downloadable dubstep mixes, check out Excision's yearly "Shambhala" mixes. 2012 and 2013 make for some pretty sick driving music!

  4. Kevin
    September 9, 2013 at 11:09 am

    I'm a downloader also. I don't grab everything, only what sounds interesting from the description and then listen later. I might stream at my home desktop, but not at work or on my phone.

  5. Beth
    September 9, 2013 at 4:49 am

    I download all the music that I like :-)

  6. Parker C
    September 9, 2013 at 3:33 am

    I like to download them and add them to my music archives. I do not always have the means to stream when I am out and about and I can see data usage being a issue for many.

  7. Pratyush R
    September 8, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    I check'em out first.. but do not download, until I find them awesome. So, no problem to me. (But my opinion is confined to me). Just do not cut mentioning the albums, genre and the link where we can find more of its kind. Thanks. :)

    • Jeremy G
      September 9, 2013 at 4:15 am

      I check them out during the week and download only if I find I like the music. If suitable, I pass them on to friends whose taste stray in the direction of a particular genre.

  8. Robert
    September 8, 2013 at 9:36 pm

    I generally download the albums and listen to them throughout the next week while driving. Streaming only options would limit my discovery of new music.

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