Introducing To… MDZN!!!

December 19, 2020.

This time I want to share with you an artist that I mentioned before but as MadZen and now under his other moniker MDZN (almost the same right… but without vowels) this is for his electronic techno/ambient project.

Last week he debuts with this single called MAZE a “mesmerizing tune easy to enjoy” quote my own words in his SoundCloud. Also, I have to say that this track invites you to have a fun cool drink and move to the beat… Is it just me? What do you think? A perfect tune for a lounge bar or a dinner with friends. You can check out his YouTube channel and heres the track.   

And today he’s back again with Outta This (This World)

Another enjoyable track just in time to enjoy this weekend with red light talking about México City and the pandemic situation that it’s getting worst, in fact, this shi**y scenario avoid me to join our family for this Holidays.  

Askin MadZen where the inspiration for this track comes from he replied: “I was inspired y the effect the low frequencies have on us, by the warm feeling they can heave and at the same time in the feeling of spiritual connection that you can come to have almost until you  reach an ecstasy out of the body…” Deep s**t my friends, can you feel it? Listen to this track and make your own opinion.

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P.S. If you enjoy discovering a new artists you can check out my recent post


Summary #TrackOfTheDay Week 09

The name of this thread says I’ll be adding one track daily to this Playlist, the best new track IMHO and I hope you can enjoy it as much as I do. Already five whole months and counting, now more than 150 tracks.

This post is only the summary for this past week number 09 for this 2020 I hope you enjoy it

February 23 2020

The Track Of The Day is for Trepelv’s Waltz the newest single released this past Friday by the composer and pianist Manos Milonakis lead single for the upcoming álbum Seagull out March 13 via piano and coffe records. Relaxing track perfect for this Sunday morning that helps us to calle to mind this gracefull birds flying peacefully in this paradisiac  greek islands (or else where)…a thing of beauty in it’s own right,  both music and fowl. Enjoy it!!!

February 24 2020

The Track Of The Day is for Moving lead single part of his upcoming album titled Third Album by  Markus Floats out May 01. New at Spotify, the track was released las week but he already have  several albums released, based in Montreal.

February 25 2020

The Track Of The Day is for Chasing The Present lead single for the upcoming selftitled album by the composer Snorri Hallgrímsson out March 13, this one isn’t the exception for this Playlist another thing of beauty, an intimate track that help us find a moment of peace and joy in out rushed and busy lives.

February 26 2020

The Track Of The Day is for All Directions At Once the third and newest single released last week by the Swedish composer Olof Cornéer aka Night Gestalt and Joseph Shabason part of the upcoming album Sudden Rituals Vol 1 out tomorrow February 27. 

Beautiful track that might help you find focus on your work, the concentration requiered to get the job done.  Let the music take you to that place you need to be!!!

February 27 2020

The Track Of The Day is for Pulses second single part of the upcoming album Music For 18 Musicians (Steve Reich) by Erik Hall released two days ago and this is the version by Hall for Reich’s masterpiece of minimalism, a 14 tracks work out next May 08

February 28 2020

The Track Of The Day is for Music the third track of the beautiful somophore album I Am As You Are Pt 1 by Sophie Michalitsianos aka Sol Seppy a really thing of beauty not only this track but the whole album.

This is the whole Playlist in case you want to listen to it and stay tuned

See you next week!!!

Perfect Meditation Music: Kelpe’s “Run With the Floating, Weightless Slowness”

This is less so an album review than it is a flagging for our readers, this album is absolutely gorgeous. I don’t usually get excited about stuff like this but try to give everything a listen, and this one sucked me in immediately and blew me away. I don’t know if I can describe it better than the title, “Run With the Floating, Weightless Slowness” pretty much sums it up.

As a writer, I always love stumbling upon an emotively ethereal experience like this, something that takes me on a ride without having to think about it, perfect writing music. Another activity you could do with this is, I don’t know, like, yoga? Or something? Casually knitting while reliving all of the crucial moments that tested your character in your past that made you the person you are today? Staring at a potted plant until the seed you just planted sprouts?

I don’t care, do whatever you want.

This won’t be on the weekly playlist because it’s not really the vibe, but be sure to follow for weekly updates!

The Next Big Thing – Northeast Party House

Can we just talk about how hot these three singles are? These guys have been around for around ten years and seem to have a pretty big following in their homeland of Australia (Pong) so they’re not exactly new, but they straight up firework exploded onto my radar with this first song ‘Shelf Life’- song of the year so far, easy.

What’s even going on here, I feel like I just spent a full calendar year on the dancefloor and when I finally left I was older and no longer on my parents health insurance and now had bills to pay and maybe my first gray hair. I’m straight dancing at my computer right now son. Song is making me feel like a 9 year old at Leaps and Bounds (Chi town stand up) who just tried coffee for the first time.

Then we’ve got this track, Dominos.

Like who even are these guys? I’m gonna need the whole crew to roll through LA ASAP and so I can finally reach my penultimate moment where my brain explodes on the dancefloor like that Andy Samberg SNL sketch with the DJ.

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Compared to their older stuff, I’m getting the feeling that these new songs are a little less warm and touching and instead pack a DGAF edge over some sharper and shinier backing tracks. I can’t see these guys staying under the radar in the US for much longer, these singles are amazing.

Check out Shelf Life and our other best songs of the week on our weekly playlist: