Several months ago, I posted about "The Beam," a fantastic space age-inspired experimental music project by The Simonsound (Simon James). It's a wonderful "radiophonic ride" aboard an imaginary monorail through the history of the future. Now Simon brings us this video evidence of the journey. Simon says, the project is "inspired by futuristic transport at mid century World's Fairs, immersive 'dark rides' and the electronic music of pioneering composers such as Raymond Scott, Tom Dissevelt and Tristram Cary, 'The Beam' uses electronic sources such as the Buchla 200e Electric Music Box, alongside manipulated percussion, concrete sound and voices."
The Patterning’s Patrick Metzger reports on the increasing prevalence of a repeating two-note motif in pop music, bouncing between the fifth and third notes of a major chord. The Millenial Whoop is everywhere.
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