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  • Electronic Sound – Issue 110 2024 PDF
    February 17th, 2024 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: News

    Electronic Sound - Issue 110 2024 PDF-MaGeSY

    Electronic Sound 110 2024

    English | 100 pages | PDF | 63.7 MB

    This month’s Electronic Sound cover feature is the fascinating story of Tangerine Dream’s ‘Phaedra’ album. Tangerine Dream’s debut for Richard Branson’s still-shiny Virgin label, ‘Phaedra’ came out exactly 50 years ago and was greeted with a mixture of curiosity, excitement, confusion and contempt. While electronic music was nothing new by this point, the sequencer-heavy sound was electronic music as it had never been heard before. The album is widely and rightly recognised as a 24-carat classic now, of course, setting the Berlin group on the path to superstardom. They stayed with Virgin for the next decade or so, releasing a string of magnificent records that also included ‘Rubycon’ (1975) and ‘Force Majeure’ (1979).



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    • Future Music Issue 406, March 2024 PDF
      February 6th, 2024 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: News

      Future Music Issue 406 March 2024 PDF-MaGeSY

      Future Music 406 March 2024

      English | 100 pages | True PDF | 40 MB

      In the studio with… Maya Shenfeld The electro-acoustic composer plumbed the depths, literally, for her evocative new LP ‘ Under the Sun’. Plus, interviews with Machine Womans; the latest music kit – Waldof Iridium Core, is tested and reviewed and our classic album this month is Speey J, Ginger.



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      • Electronic Sound Issue 109, 2024
        January 20th, 2024 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: News

        Electronic Sound Issue 109 2024-MaGeSY

        Electronic Sound 109 2024

        English | 100 pages | PDF | 64 MB

        Turn on, tune in, chill out. We’re diving deep into the world of Ambient Music for the first Electronic Sound of the year and we’re bundling the magazine with a superb double CD featuring 24 soundscapes from across the spectrum of this fascinating genre. The centrepiece of this month’s cover feature is a jam-packed A To Zzzzz Of Ambient encompassing countless artists and records alongside labels, sub-genres, events, installations, books, fanzines, radio shows, concepts and much more. It’s an entertaining as well as informative directory. Brian Eno pops up all over the shop, as does Alex Paterson, and the list also includes things such as Deep Listening, Whale Sounds, Drone Metal, Repetition, Tone Poems, Mark Rothko’s Seagram Murals, Hypnosis, Floating, Ambient Church and Reversing Lorries. Yes, you read that last one right.



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        • Future Music Issue 405, February 2024 PDF
          January 9th, 2024 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: News

          Future Music Issue 405, February 2024 PDF-MaGeSY

          Future Music 405 February 2024

          English | 100 pages | True PDF | 37 MB

          Future Music is the number one magazine for today’s producers. Packed with technique and technology we’ll help you make great new music. All-access artist interviews, in-depth gear reviews, essential production tutorials and much more. Every marvellous monthly edition features reliable reviews of the latest and greatest hardware and software technology and techniques, unparalleled advice, in-depth interviews, sensational free samples and so much more to improve the experience and outcome of your music-making.



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          • Future Music Issue 404, January 2024 (True PDF)
            December 13th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: News

            Future Music Issue 404 January 2024 True PDF-MaGeSY

            Future Music 404

            English | 100 pages | True PDF | 32 MB

            Future Music is the number one magazine for today’s producers. Packed with technique and technology we’ll help you make great new music. All-access artist interviews, in-depth gear reviews, essential production tutorials and much more. Every marvellous monthly edition features reliable reviews of the latest and greatest hardware and software technology and techniques, unparalleled advice, in-depth interviews, sensational free samples and so much more to improve the experience and outcome of your music-making.



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            • Electronic Sound Issue 108, 2023 PDF
              December 11th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
              Categories: News

              Electronic Sound Issue 108, 2023 PDF

              Electronic Sound 108

              English | 100 pages | PDF | 48 MB

              We’ve got Soft Cell on the cover of this month’s Electronic Sound and the focus of our interview with Marc Almond and Dave Ball is ‘Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret’, the group’s glorious 1981 debut album. ‘Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret’ is a record that defiantly set the tone of the early 1980s and it’s just been reissued as an expanded double LP and a six-CD boxset. Both editions are loaded up with tons of fantastic extras. As well as delving deep into the heart of the album, which Almond describes as “mundanity with a technicolour touch – glamour in squalor” in the boxset notes, the pair talk about their art-school beginnings and their ongoing working relationship. It’s a scintillating read and a great way for us to bring this year to an end.



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              • Electronic Sound Issue 107, 2023 PDF
                November 10th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
                Categories: News

                Electronic Sound Issue 107, 2023 Pdf

                Electronic Sound 107, 2023

                English | 100 pages | PDF | 43 MB

                This month’s Electronic Sound cover star is Andrew Weatherall – pictured during the early days of his illustrious career – and we have an exclusive white vinyl seven-inch featuring two magnificently wonky tracks from his Woodleigh Research Facility project to accompany the issue. It’s hard to believe that it is almost four years since Weatherall died, robbing the electronic music world of one of its brightest, sharpest and most unique talents. Next week sees the release of his final recordings in the form of Woodleigh Research Facility’s ‘Phonox Nights’ album and we have spoken to his WRF partner Nina Walsh for our cover story, which is a celebration of Weatherall as an artist, a producer and a remixer. We are also reprinting his first interview with the music press, which he gave to Melody Maker just before the release of Primal Scream’s ‘Screamadelica’ in 1991, a record he masterminded following his pioneering remixes of tracks like ‘Loaded’ and ‘Higher Than The Sun’.



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