We must choose between the pain of having to transcend oppressive circumstances, or the pain of perpetual unfulfillment within them, the pain of growth or the pain of decay. We will experience pain either way. When the options are highlighted in this manner, there can only be one rational course of action.Paul John Moscatello (via hyperdimensionalkittens)
I made this months back, didn’t think I would ever release it. A friend of mine hit me up asking if I had any songs that I might be interested in putting towards this compilation for charity. He told me youredm was putting together a collection of tunes to be sold to help Bridges For Music fundraise for a township in South Africa.
I wrote this song to make people feel good and this seemed like an apt way to put it out. If you feel like donating to the cause/picking up this track, follow the link here.
I’ve been following this guy ever since I found him mistakenly searching for madeon. He’s got his own style that’s so well defined he hops across genres without losing his own distinct sound. Spaced out low bassy vibes with crisp percussion.
This is the standout track off his EP Love the Machine. The whole thing is worth a listen.
Failure is no longer real to me. All that exists between what I have and what I want is time - time being a function of my focus, intensity, and strong devotion to progress and improvement.
The challenge now is to produce the living narrative. To be dynamic and efficient. To love freely and give myself generously. To invest my energy, effort, and ingenuity into permanent infrastructure.
Patience is the friend of the wise and faith is the child of dedication.
I must hold fast to both…
These are the Young Man’s Blues
Madeaux - Epinephrine (Feat. Gallant)
Madeaux's comeback is followed by one of the best twisted R&B songs of 2014. The Miami based producer uses Gallant's sensual vocals at its maximum force while the synth, tribal, sweeping, powerful and futuristic production could cause some serious thrills on its hearing! Epinephrine could easily launch Madeaux's status into stardom and origins the surrealistic idea him producing a Frank Ocean song!!! It’s a wish to hold on to……
I love soundinjections. Seriously. I wish more blogs would review the music itself versus just putting together some default biographical info. Thank you!
(Source: soundinjections / Madeaux)
So as many of you probably know, I’ve been working on this album called “Love the Machine”. It’s nearing completion now so I felt it is probably time to give you guys a little information about the music, how I plan to release it, etc. Because of this whole digital age thing, dropping an album is not the most feasible way to put out a large amount of music. However, despite that, I felt it was time to make one, or at least attempt one so here we are. The way I plan on circumventing the whole album debacle (what with a couple tracks getting hype and the rest falling by the wayside) is by releasing a track per week, each premiered/published on a blog that I think best suits the track in question.
As far as the actual content of the album goes, I imagine it might throw some of you for a loop. It’s very experimental and largely uptempo. There are still plenty of ambient breaks and every track is extremely melodic. I’m trying to channel the overstimulated experience of life in the 21st century so I guess in that regard you could call it a concept album. I’ll keep you all updated with developments on the tracks here so be sure to check out this note from time to time as it will be the landing page for track titles, descriptions, etc.
Thanks once again for your continued support!
CHAKRA (FEAT. FIFI RONG)
PROXXXY (FEAT. MOLLY WILLIAMS)
EPINEPHRINE (FEAT. GALLANT)
BODY COLLISION (FEAT. SHELLEY HARLAND)
LOVE THE MACHINE