Looking for a place to connect with other electronic music fans? Look no further than the Electronic Music Chat blog! Here you’ll find new music to check out, as well as interesting discussions on all things electronic music. So come on in and join the conversation!
Welcome to Electronic Music Chat, a place for fans of electronic music to find new tunes and connect with other fans. In this chat, you’ll be able to share your favorite tracks, recommend artists to others, and discover new music from all over the world.
We hope you enjoy your time here.
What is Electronic Music?
Electronic music is music that is produced using electronic devices. It is a type of music that is made using electronic instruments and equipment. This type of music can be made using a computer, a synthesizer, or any other type of electronic device.
The first electronic music was created in the early 1900s, using a variety of electronic instruments. These instruments were used to create new sounds that were not possible with traditional instruments.
Early electronic music was often used for film and theater productions. composers such as Olivier Messiaen and Edgar Varèse wrote pieces that incorporated electronic instruments. In the 1950s and 1960s, composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen and Pierre Boulez began to experiment with more abstract soundscapes, using electronics to create new sonic textures.
In the 1970s, a new generation of musicians began to experiment with electronic music, using synthesizers and other electronic devices to create a wide range of new sounds. This era saw the birth of many different genres of electronic music, including disco, techno, house, and ambient.
Today, electronic music is more popular than ever before. Thanks to advances in technology, anyone can now create their own electronic music using a computer or even a smartphone. Whether you’re a DJ looking to spin some tunes at a club or a bedroom producer looking to make your own tracks, there’s an electronic music style out there for you.
There are literally hundreds of sub-genres within the broad category of electronic music, and new sub-genres are being created all the time. If you’re just getting started, it can be helpful to familiarize yourself with some of the most popular types of electronic music.
One of the earliest and most influential styles of electronic music is techno, which originated in Detroit in the 1980s. Techno is characterized by a repetitive 4/4 beat and synthesizer-heavy instrumentation. Another early style of electronic music is house, which originated in Chicago in the 1980s. House music is characterized by a layered 4/4 beat and often includes samples of disco or soul tracks.
Trance is a style of electronic dance music that developed in the 1990s. Trance tracks typically have a tempo of around 130 beats per minute and feature prominent synthesizer melodies. Drum and bass is a style of electronic music that emerged in the early 1990s. It is characterized by fast breakbeats and often incorporates elements of dubstep, reggae, and techno.
dubstep also emerged in the early 2000s and is characterized by its heavy basslines and sub-bass frequencies. Hip hop has also been heavily influenced by electronic music, particularly since the advent of sampling technology in the 1980s. Some popular hip hop artists who have incorporated electronic elements into their sound include Kanye West, Grimes, and Tyler, The Creator.
There are many different artists that fall under the umbrella of “electronic music.” Some popular artists include:
How to Get Into Electronic Music
If you’re interested in electronic music, there are a few ways you can get into it. You can start by listening to popular electronic artists, or you can explore different genres and subgenres. You can also find like-minded people to connect with by joining online communities and forums. In this article, we’ll explore all of these options and more.
Finding New Music
How to Get Into Electronic Music
There are lots of ways to find new electronic music. Here are some of the best:
-Check out the charts: Billboard, iTunes, and even Spotify have electronic music charts now. They’re a great way to see what’s popular and find new artists to check out.
-Read blogs: There are tons of great music blogs out there that can introduce you to new artists and songs. Some of our favorites include ThisSongIsSick, Earmilk, and YourEDM.
-Follow labels and artist pages on social media: Most labels and artists have social media accounts these days, so following them is a great way to stay up-to-date on new releases and tour dates. Plus, many labels and artists will post free tracks or mixes from time to time, so you can usually snag some new tunes for free!
-Listen to radio shows and podcasts: If you want to really dig deep into the world of electronic music, tune into some radio shows and podcasts. BBC Radio 1 has a great selection of dance music shows, and there are tons of excellent podcasts like The Download with Dillon Francis and A State of Trance with Armin van Buuren.
Connecting with Other Fans
If you’re a fan of electronic music, chances are you’ve already got a pretty good idea of where to find the best music. But what if you want to connect with other fans and find out what they’re listening to? Here are a few ideas:
Follow your favorite artists on social media: Most electronic music artists are pretty active on social media, so following them is a great way to stay up-to-date on new music and events.
Join an online community: There are tons of great online communities dedicated to electronic music, so if you’re looking for recommendations or just want to chat with like-minded people, this is a great option.
Attend concerts and festivals: This is probably the best way to discover new music and connect with other fans. Concerts and festivals are great places to meet people with similar taste in music, so don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation!
We love electronic music, and we’re excited to share it with you! This is a forum for fans of all kinds of electronic music to connect and share new tunes, ask questions, and more. We hope you enjoy it!