electro-music.com is a place where artists and musicians meet, collaborate, share our music and ideas, put on concerts and festivals. Here we nurture ourselves and our audiences. We create our own critical mass so we can develop music on its own terms. electro-music is new music; still undefined; happening all over our planet.
electro-music is made with synthesizers, home-made circuits, computers, found objects, voices, signal processors, wooden flutes, ambient recordings, and virtually anything imaginable that makes sound - even conventional orchestras. It can be slow and spacy, or fast and rhythmic; it crosses many genres. The primary motivation for its creation is artistic and spiritual expression, not show business.
In this respect electro-music , as it exists here, is more of an ethos than a style or genre. This site is a of cooperative community where artists and enthusiasts participate and benefit together. Our site has several parts, including:
A forum where we develop a community; communicating with each other, and our audiences. Join up and join in; it's free.
An Internet radio network with seven curated streaming stations featuring music posted by musicians who are community members. We present live music streamed on our Radio 1 station many times a month.
A Wiki where you'll find information on several subjects including operation of our internet radio stations. There are articles of interest, a large collection of photo albums from past electro-music conferences and concerts, an extensive vault of schematics, and much more.
An extensive media section where hundreds of sound files can be found. It's designed to help you find specific files you know about, or browse the rich music library that users have posted here. Most live concerts streams on this site are archived there.
Since 2005 we have sponsored more than 20 electro-music festivals and conferences world wide, and many live streaming concerts on Radio 1.
Look around, participate in the forums which are full of fascinating information. Take your time - this is a content-rich site.
If you are a musician or artist, please contact us at email@example.com about setting up an artist's forum where you can post and discuss music and your performances.