Peach Milk is 21-year old electronic producer Madison Eve from Wellington, New Zealand. She grew up listening to the early electronic pioneers New Order and Kraftwerk. The synthesizers are prominent in her music. Here’s what she said in an interview with Stuff Magazine:
“I like using instruments in a different context or sounds that would maybe not be usually used for the sort of music I’m making and using them in a different way … I feel I take a lot of elements from so many different genres and areas of music and kind of mash them all up together.”
Square Lines are French duo Nicolas Le Mée and Simon Jolliet. Their debut EP Transmissions Overseas is an exploration of abstract sounds, much in tune with many of the other ambient artists signed to London-based Apollo Records.
You can download the drum-infused atmospheric single ‘Shingaya Square’ and pre-order the EP now on their Bandcamp page.
Motion Graphics is Joe Williams, an artist whose minimalist sounds may very well one day find their way into MOMA. His track ‘Brass Mechanics’ is the track of the week on Boomkat, who also gives this description of the track:
With ‘Brass Mechanics’ he summons a spiralling, vertical vortex of pizzicato wind instrumentation and pointillist clicks sounding like one of the lush, swooning phrases from his album or the Lifted project has been expanded and flipped upwards to the sun.
His self-titled debut album is an interpreation of the ubiquity of mobile technology and our compulsive social networking behavior.