Im neuen „Mais 12“, gab es von der „ElectroBluesSociety“ jede Menge intelligent genutzte Soundtechnik, die immer wieder Staunen machte und einen dichten, mal raffiniert verfremdeten und mal orchestral vervielfältigten Blues erzeugte.
Here is what TUNED UP wrote about the new single of ElectroBluesSociety feat Kim Snelten (and we take the aging hippies as a compliment 🙂 ) :
If you’re in the mood for something easy listening but not sleep-inducing, this song hits the spot. I’m not particularly into jam bands but for some reason I got lucky this afternoon when clicking through promo emails. This was the first song in a unread Tuned Up email that popped up, and it’s suiting my Saturday afternoon summer coffee shop mood perfectly. I think this band should play Columbus’ ComFest in the future. All the aging hippies and young guns will love it.
Here is a new video from ElectroBluesSociety recorded live May 2017 in our rehearsel room in Vorden (Netherlands). For this track we are using vocal parts from Electric Chair Blues by Guitar Welch. For handling the camera’s we had assistance from Peter Tump.
The single is available on all the digital download and streaming platforms and here the links to a few popular ones.
ElectroBluesSociety just released a new video / track. This time they used some samples from John Lee Hooker and Alan Lomax. Here is a video that was shot during the recording.
today we released the first single from ElectroBluesSociety
B&T 960 – ElectroBluesSociety – Duck (single version)
This is the first ‘official’ release from this new duo. Modern technologies and 30+ years of live stage experience using computers, a double bass, guitars, foot pedals, vintage amps, midi controllers, an old drumkit and lots of cables. At their website you can find more information, video’s and more music.
The single is released digital only and here are the links to a few popular platforms
here is a new video / track from ElectroBluesSociety. We shot this video live in our rehearsel room; we are not only playing the instruments but also operate the midi controllers and the camera.
This video shot was shot live in their rehearsel room while recording a new track. What you hear is what you see ! Two guys with vintage amps & drums, guitar, bass, mac ooks and midi controllers trying to find a new musical form. This is not for purists !!!