The new song “Temple of the Sun” was recently featured on Electronic Rumor. Click here for the review.
I’m honored that Neil deGrasse Tyson used the song “Triangle Waves” in his latest Star Talk Radio “Cosmic Queries: A Powerful Potpourri” podcast. You’ll hear it around 35minute mark. Check it out.
LIVE MUSIC: Brothertiger / TEEEL / Jacob 2-2 / Crozet / AIMES
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New music is essential to the creative minds at the NOOKA Lab, so it is no surprise that our techno-progressivist designs are popular with musicians in the pop, dance, and electronic music space. NOOKA has teamed up with Synth Records to produce a music compilation of 14 original tracks from exciting up-and-coming artists. This is NOOZIK—the soundtrack for your future.
SYNTH RECORDS (Synthemesc)
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NOOZIK Compilation Album
Jim Smith—aka Teeel—is this month’s Guest Conqueror! The 80s-loving electronic music producer/songwriter from New Jersey collaborated with Design + Conquer on our Electro collection Teaser video [see video above], and inspired our Marx earring design. A self-proclaimed marathon movie watcher and gear head, Jim creates music that ranges from hypnotic vocal synthpop to dreamwave and dark electronic rock. He is often inspired by the 1980s new wave movement.
In celebration of Jim’s electro-tastic [yes, we've created a new word for the occasion] we’re giving away a pair of DC Marx earrings. Share this blog post via Facebook or Twitter, and you’re entered. The winner will chosen at random, and will be announced October 1, 2012, on Design + Conquer’s Twitter and Facebook pages. Entries can be from anywhere in the world.
Hop in your DeLorean, and Pump Teeel’s Guest Conqueror playlist by clicking here.
“Jim Smith works in a 10-by-10 foot guest bedroom in his Ewing Township ranch home, where the musician is enveloped by walls of guitars and synths. He painted the walls teal, then decided to actually name himself Teeel. Smith prefers analog synthesizers to layman-friendly computer programs for the nostalgia factor. He says he does his best work late at night in between seasons. A murky ambience casts a shadow on Teeel’s albums “Amulet” and “University Heights.” Read the entire article HERE