In this day in age where so much electronic music gets lumped into the “EDM” category, Adrian Younge’s “The Electronic Void” is a breath of fresh air.

Using synthesizers bought at his friends music store (Jack Waterson; also guitarist/band member of Younge’s band Venice Dawn), Adrian produces a wonderful album that pays homage to the sounds of yesterday, before computers (for the most part) kind of took over the world of music production. The music isn’t over produced. It’s not overly complex, but it’s also not terribly simple.

One can hear traces of the likes of Kraftwerk & Stereolab on this record- Adrian even dabbles with a vocoder on some of the tracks. All in all, an enjoyable listen from beginning to end.

Sound check footage

-Egyptian Lover
-Dam Funk
-Brian Ellis

Mumlers show – Jeff?

Bobby Oroza – David?