Meme Songs – An Electronic Dance Music Meme
When looking for new electronic dance music Meme songs to add to your radio play list, it is a good idea to know the artists that have created them and to find out what kind of sound and style they come from. As an example, the electronica instrumental “Orbital” by Disclosure is a great song featuring the beautiful vocals of Nicole Kidman. However, the music samples in this song are from an unreleased project by Icona Pop.
Another great song that has become a staple in many rave environments is “Orbital”. This is another great electronica based tune from Disclosure. While this song has been on the radio for a while, the use of the “Orb” sample is fairly new. It is probably a good choice for any electronic dance music listener to add “Orb” to their collection of EDM songs.
On the subject of electronic dance music, there is one artist that has released several songs that should be considered for inclusion in any DJ MMO rave house music library: Kaskade. Of course, I would not call his music ‘reefer’ because it has never really been known for that. But, he has created a few songs that definitely have a raver in mind. One of his best known songs is the guest appearance on the remix of ‘Wide Lovely Eyes’. The song is a great addition to any set of Kaskade beats. If you are a fan of either ‘Wide Lovely Eyes’ or ‘Lush By Day’ by Disclosure, then these two tunes should definitely make the jump to your EDM play list.
Two other songs that are on the list but which some listeners may shy away from include ‘Bodhisattva’ by Kygo and the hilltop sensation ‘Come Here You Lie’. The only problem with these songs is that they have never been properly promoted by either Kygo or Disclosure. In fact, Disclosure still has yet to put out any new singles from their much hyped year long cycle for the ‘EDM revival’. While it’s a good thing that they’re not putting out new singles, the lack of promotion for Kygo and Disclosure’s singles is hurting their image as legends in the electronic dance music scene.
Looking at the VCRs of Disclosure and Kygo, it is easy to see how their music has become such a house music staple. The production value and the overall quality of their albums are undeniable. It’s not like electronic dance music Meme songs, where you can just throw in a CD in the turntable and expect it to work. VCRs aren’t cheap, so the overall quality of their music is pretty good, but it isn’t worth the price unless you own them. If you love electronic dance music but have always wondered what VCRs sound like, the VCR is the way to go.
If you don’t own a VCR yet, you should get one as soon as possible. You can throw a bunch of songs on your VCR and tape them, but the quality isn’t very good. If you are lucky and your VCR can play the latest song on loop, you’ve got something. Chances are the VCR you buy will still be able to play the latest song on loop, but you’ll be missing out on the quality that most people appreciate in a song.
As far as this electronic music meme, I’m still not sure whether it’s still a great song or not. I mean, it’s probably the best song that doesn’t really need a description. One of the biggest problems with this song is that it’s just too generic. The beat is boring and the lyrics are boring. This song is good as it was, but you can probably write a whole song just using the same words.
This is one of the newer songs off of “Acro Music Vol 2”. It makes me wish I had this album when I was first starting out. The song is funky and sounds good. The production is great and has a great beat. I’m looking forward to the next releases from the crew over at Lushtone.