This electronic dance music track was recorded with inspirations of the rave and dance scene out of Detroit and Orlando in the mid 1990s. What makes Rave Song original to other electronic music is that it is performed as a live song. Each instrument when tracked was physically performed for every part, unlike most dance or electronic music which is looped based samples or midi written and recorded parts. Even the drums were recorded live on electric drum instruments and pads. The song features common techno dance instruments like synth and piano along with melodic phasing string pads and house percussive movements. Catch the groove and dance along.
This is a modern southern rock song called Just to Say by Hopcraft. Recorded in Orlando, FL.
Our friend Josh called this weekend to chat and catch up. His newest songs can be heard on his band camp page, The Loropetalum. He was with me the first time I entered Brooklyn, NY and New York city. Brooklyn has also been on my mind this week with the news of MCA passing away. So today’s podcast is the Brooklyn Bridge song by New to You. Written by Josh Harden and arranged by Nathan Goodman.
This is an indie rock song, “Sunrise Kiss” by New To You. Recorded in Orlando, Florida by Nathan Goodman, Josh Harden, and Thomas Lens.
This song has a sound like the band Jimmy Eat World.
This song will paint the picture of spring. The ridiculously catchy verse riff sends a tropic sensation and the vibraphone ending surely sends a breeze that spring is in the air. Recorded in Orlando, Florida.
This is an instrumental song by Nathan Goodman. It displays only three instruments; piano, bass, and drums. I like the places this piece takes my mind and the artistry that can be explored when the sounds induces creativity.