This Week's Top Stories About 3 Tracks I Listened To This Week

Hey everyone, hope everyone is keeping well. This last week I listened to several new electronic music tracks over on YouTube. These ranged from the cinematic, to upbeat electronica and ended with a lovely blissful moment revisiting a favourite synth riff from the past. 

First up as a track from a friend of mine, Lazy Pixel. This one is full of cinematic vibes and varying key changes. The vocal elements are from the sample libraries Ethera and Jeager, both excellent and give an ethereal quality to the sound. You can listen to the track here:

Next up is a track from myself, Galactic Waterfall. An upbeat piece of electronica, which is set at a faster tempo than I normally work with. 

Last up I was lucky enough to catch the premiere of State Azure's latest ambient cover of a famous Tears for Fears track. This one took me back to my childhood as I am old enough to remember it first time around being performed on Top of the Pops. For those outside the UK, this was a weekly programme aired on BBC that went through the top 40 singles of that week. Everybody Wants to Rule the World has an iconic synthesizer riff that State Azure used as a repeating sequence. The chosen synth palette is purely sublime and provides 8 minutes of pure bliss:

We've been treated to several fantastic pieces of electronic music this week. Show your support, head on over to the respective channels, comment on the video and subscribe to their channels. If you've come across any electronic music tracks over the last week, pop it in the comments below, so we can all listen to them and support the artists.

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