Happy wednesday inmates!

Well, I hope it’s happy anyways! I’m hardly going to greet you with a “Subpar wednesday inmates!” am I? That would completely mental and not in the good way. Uhh… anyways, I hope that you’re all having a great week so far. It’s been something of an up and down one for myself. Though I’m feeling alright in myself again, the bike has up and decided to require some significant garage work. I’ve been having to walk to work which is a pain as I’m rather out of shape these days! It won’t be cheap as always to get it fixed, but I suppose it’s best to get it all done. Safety being important and all that.

You know what else is important? Todays musical theme clue! Not really, but it was worth a try. Did anybody see it today? I’m sure at least one of you did, it was on my usual social media sites. I thought it was a pretty good one today, one I’ve been thinking about for a few weeks now actually.

So todays musical theme is electronic artists! I suppose that’s less of a theme and more of just sharing a specific genre. In a way. You see, electronic is pretty much as broad as saying rock. You could be talking about trance, or drum and bass, or techno or dubstep. That’s just to name a few. Ok, I’ve got a few more. You’ve got hardbass, or industrial, or chillstep or even glitch hop. The scope is more or less infinite really, especially when you take into account musical technology these days. I’ve always been a fan of various genres of the electronic variety, even since my teenage years. It started with the cheesy likes of Eiffel 65 and Vengaboys (perhaps more pop). Then onto my proper teenage years with Gorillaz and The Prodigy. Pendulum, Alan Walker, Kraftwerk and Gary Numan to name some more. It’s only broadened since then. I try all sorts out now and I think it would be rude of me not to share some, don’t you?

So, join me as we delve into the musical minds of electronic artists the world over!

Ladytron – Destroy Everything You Touch

The Prodigy – Invaders Must Die

Tribe Society – Kings

Zedd – Stay The Night

Katy B – Katy on a Mission

And there we have it! Now, especially after what I said before, it’s impossible to filter electronic music down to just five artists. I tried to get a good mix, but I know for a fact I will want to create another list on this same theme sometime in the future. I really hope that you all enjoy the choices I’ve included this week and as always check the artists out, they all deserve it. The music business is rough, as you can imagine!

Speaking of rough, getting noticed as a mediocre writer is as well! The social media pages are just one way I attempt to get my poetry out into the world. Do you know how you can help? By following or liking me over on the social media sites! The asylum has a page over on Facebook, an account on Instagram and also an account on Twitter. They are paltry I’ll admit, I’m inexperienced with social media marketing and whatnot you see so do me a solid eh? Haha! Also, if you really enjoy what I do here at the asylum, please consider supporting me over on the Ko-Fi page as well! Thank you so much my friends!

Until next week, have a very crazy day inmates!

  1. Sorry about the bike. You are right though to ensure your safety first. Hope the walk is not too far.
    I like your selections. I had not heard of any of them. I liked the Prodigy song! Great music for a John Wick movie!šŸ‘šŸ‘

    • Osharlequin says:

      The walk was about an hour each way. Haha! Fortunately the bike is now back in action and running better than ever!

      I’m very happy to have introduced you to them all then my friend. Thank you as ever!

      The Oldschool Harlequin

      • Great news that your transportation is at the ready!
        Always a pleasure to learn musical genre. Thank you.
        Have a great weekend. Cheers.

      • Osharlequin says:

        Thank you! It ended up cheaper than expected too so a win all around!

        To learn new music Is always a gift.

        Cheers my friend! ā˜ŗ

        The Oldschool Harlequin

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