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Free tracks give away extravaganza…

Starting from today, every two weeks we’ll give away a track from our archives, announced via POS mailing list. The list sign up is here: http://www.facebook.com/philosophyofsound/app_100265896690345

P.O.S-Free-tracks-poster

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Electro dance lads Philosophy of Sound talk us through European fans and musical iPhone apps.

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iOS Music apps are a lot of fun. Finally there’s immediacy while working with software, something what’s much harder to find in standalone music applications.

I recently played with an app called Yellofier, co-designed by Boris Blank from the iconic Swiss electronic duo Yello. And below you can find a demo track created purely with the app –  written and produced on an iPad and featuring vocals of 13 months old Olivia Milla and Yellofier’s samples.

I grew up on Yello’s music and it’s been also a huge inspiration when working on various Philosophy Of Sound and Koshowko tracks in the past.

Yellofier is a 4 track pattern sequencer and working with the app was so much fun as it feels extremely intuitive. Apart from being a good creative tool, Yellofier is also very good at engaging the right side of the brain which is best at expressive and creative tasks. That’s my little theory anyway…

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Here is Philosophy Of Sound’s take on this great Flight Facilities track. This rework had been inspired by some late night conversations with a secret friend and a few spare days in the studio…

Thanks for such an overwhelming support of this track and several thousand Soundcloud plays!!

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January is about to end already, so here’s the recent P.O.S chart done for Juno not long ago. This chart takes you on a little journey through slow and upbeat tunes. Expect a few surprises and enjoy!

Click HERE for a direct link, including all the artwork and track list.

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One of those gigs last night where the band is rocking, the crowd is loving it, everyone’s dancing and cheering, you lift and lift and off everyone goes on a voyage of love, indie dance and good times. Even the temperamental drum machine was in a good mood, and we found a nice acid house style lead patch for the synth.

Played amongst a post punk indie rock band (Dark Arts) – (thanks for lending us the drum stick guys!), a dubstep duo with MPC’s doing some flying lotus style stuff (Willow Beats), a heavily textured 5 piece with violin, electronic and rock instruments (Tantrums), and Dj’s (New York Cats, Victory Team, Bo!kot) spinning a bunch of different styles, culminating in us leaving to a guy that seemed to be playing anything goes acid house crossed with so many other dance genres. Culture clash is back! Thank goodness the rules of what a party should be and music should be are out the window. Crowd was the most diverse we have seen in a long time, yet super friendly. This is where things get interesting. Get amongst it Melbourne!! Enjoy yourselves, go see a band. This is a good time to be part of the music scene. Thanks heaps to DTS Hates You and Everguide for putting the party together!

On a very related note, Martin K did a new radio interview for the Syn FM show The Hoist in Melbourne one day before the gig, talking about all sorts of things (including gig related). You can listen to the 10 minutes long interview here:
The Hoist – Philosophy Of Sound radio interview (Thursday 18-10-2012) by Philosophy Of Sound

 

Also, check out the Top Fives interview we did for Everguide prior to that gig.


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