'The Track That...' with Moonbeam
Welcome to the 9th episode of 'The Track That...'. This time Tim Stark interviewed Moonbeam who have just released their new artist album called Atom.
The track that I wish I’d produced is The M Machine - Moon Song. One of the best dance tracks in our opinion today! It has the perfect groove and mega power!
The track that could make a grown man cry is Royksopp feat. Jamie Irrepressible - Something in My Heart. The most soulful voice we have ever heard! This track is able to touch the soul of each!
The track that never fails to put a smile on my face is Lulu Rouge (feat. Fanney Osk) - Sign Me Out. This track simply enters into hypnosis its atmosphere!
The track that I’m playing every gig at the moment is A*S*Y*S - Acid Glitch. We played it long time and this track bomb the dance floor always. :)
The track that isn’t electronic dance music, but rocks all the same is Marilyn Manson – Deep Six. His persona and energy speaks for itself!
The track that shoulda been in a movie is Joris Voorn - The Monk. This track was written like a whole book. Very deep and penetrating harmony.
The track that is so perfect in its Original form it should never be touched by man nor remixer is SBTRKT - Trials of the Past. There is simply nothing to add or change. It is perfect.
The tracks that changed my life are Terry Grant feat. Jennifer Horne - I'll Kill You, Madonna - Get Together (James Holden Remix), The Chemical Brothers - Star Guitar, X-Press 2 feat. Rob Harvey - Kill 100 and Mory Kante - Yeke Yeke (Hardfloor Mix).
The track that I’ve just put out there is Moonbeam feat. Indifferent Guy & Eva Pavlova - Follow Me. It's the first single from the album. This track is a result of our year's work in the studio experimenting with new analog synthesizers, and keeping our style.
Long regarded as Russia’s foremost electronic music duo, put simply Moonbeam create music unlike anyone else on the planet. Following 2009’s ‘Around The World’, ‘The Secret’ (2011) and the Original Soundtrack to their 2013 feature-length movie ‘The Random’, Moonbeam’s fourth international album ‘Atom’ follows in the Khvaleev brothers’ grand tradition of the untraditional.
‘Atom’ is another tight-as-they-come, 10-track compression of leading-edge sounds & studio techniques that determinedly slalom around block-terminology & categorization. Drawing on a flourishing home-grown talent pool of singer/songwriters - Avis Vox, Eva Pavlova, Irina Makosh, Aelyn, Sopheary & Deniz Reno among them, they further lend the otherworldly ether & atmosphere that mark the Khvaleevs extraordinary sound.
Atom is out now!