electronic MUSICIAN - July - 2013 - The Crystal Method
The July 2013 issue of electronic MUSICIAN features The Crystal Method. "We've been accused of being too bombastic with our sounds, and I am guilty as charged," says the Crystal Method's Scott Kirkland. "That's what we do." EDM veterans Kirkland and Ken Jordan talk about recording their self-titled fifth album, a dizzying crash-out of terribly beautiful sounds, ear-tickling cut-up vocals, and big dance beats.
Austra - Learn how the Toronto-based electro-Goth pop sextet teamed up with producers Damian Taylor and Mike Haliechuk and embraced analog synths to create the future-retro sounds of Olympia.
OMD - Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys have spent more than three decades manipulating found sounds and synthetic textures into shimmery synth pop. The duo - again joined by Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes - are back with their 12th album, the self-produced English Electric.
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