Since You're Gone 2:500:00 / 2:50
I'm a producer/MIDI programmer/songwriter currently in the Nashville area. My passions are music production, Ableton Live, controllerism, and education. You can hear excerpts of my work on my music page, and if you're interested in working together I'd love to hear from you!
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When times are unpredictable, I rank songs and albums. So here ya go:
Top Ten favorite electronic albums of all time:
01 Substance 1987 - New Order
Am I cheating because this is really a compilation? Probably. But I can’t give the top position to any other release. One of the biggest influences on my electronic music upbringing.
02 Violator - Depeche Mode
Great songwriting, great synths, dark and gorgeous.
03 The Eraser - Thom Yorke
An anomaly. Glitchy and lonely and my go to for getting stuff done.
04 Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites - Skrillex
It’s rare that you hear something and think “what the heck is this?? And why do I like it?” And this EP ticked both of those boxes.
05 The Eraser Rmxs - Various Artists
Hands down my favorite collection of remixes. Weird and wonderful and trance-like.
06 Singularity - Jon Hopkins
Just a beautiful ride. Another trance-like record that keeps you captivated. One of my underdog heroes of sound design.
07 Upstairs At Erics - Yaz
Synths, baby. Just an analog classic that can’t be left out of any serious top ten.
08 Some Great Reward - Depeche Mode
Another formative release for me as a programming teen. It was industrial, dance, pop, and slightly forbidden when you were my age.
09 Chorus - Erasure
An unexpected choice, I know, but as far as consistent albums go, this is probably my favorite listen-through release. It was a stark, dark contrast that hit just in the right time in life.
10 Strange Desire - Bleachers
Hope, synths, and a Springsteen vibe that won’t quit.
A tribute to the late, great Ric Ocasek, featuring mainly analog gear. Spotify links are having issues today, so if for some reason those links don't work, enjoy the tune in the compact player below for the time being.