Eric Thrasher, and Torbjorn Nordgaren AKA “Toric”, are a Bass Music duo out of Phoenix AZ. They’ve been producing music for six years, and have been developing their signature style along the way. Toric is currently signed to IMass Music, and come 2017 will be bringing their music to a club near you!
“We feel like our latest track ‘Terrorsaur’, is a reflection of, our style, how far we’ve come, and where we’re headed! We’re also just happy that people are liking it as much as we do!
Terrosaur is available from ITUNES!
Arthur Loves Plastic is Bev Stanton, who started out playing bass for indie bands and ended up releasing more than twenty albums of electronic music ranging from progressive house to trance to downtempo. She lives just outside of Washington DC.
“I have been creating electronic music for more than twenty years. It has served as a form of meditative immersion and an outlet for agita. I typically come up with stems while noodling with android and iOS apps during my metro commutes then do a lot of tinkering at home using Reaper and an assortment of shareware VSTs. I embrace a diverse sonic palette but never really left the 80s and 90s. My music targets the introvert who is at a dance club but wants to just sit and listen.”
Featured below are her tracks World Control, Today (Momentary Mix) and her 2016 album Yadayang available from Bandcamp.
The Mood Exhibit
Mood Exhibit is the electronic music project of Robert Salchak. He says, “The sound of M.E. ranges from melodic laced electronica to more post classical piano based compositions, and several places in between. A focus on evoking imagery and emotion is often the approach to compositions. Every sound in a M.E. track needs to coexist with others with the goal of taking the listener on a small journey.”
Born and raised in Como, Italy, electronic producer ĒSTĒR says, ”Music is the best way to express yourself and to share your feelings: through my tracks, I want to make people feel something. Anything.” Influenced by techno, d’n’b and future bass, she doesn’t like her music into genres. ”I love to experiment and to play with different sounds: you need to be open-minded in order to make something original. Music is too dynamic to fit into a box.”
Z3M is a digital producer based in France. He says, ” I produce a variety of music that can be categorized From chillout to dubstep , DnB , dub , house , future garage , chillstep , chill dub , … I mainly like melodic and groovy music with deep basses and sophisticated percussion. I usually don’t try to fit into genres. Just trying to do what sounds good to me with the hope that it will sound good to others.” His most recent tracks Tempolium, Dreamer, and Trazz are featured below.