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2. Unknown Brain x Rival - Control (feat. Jex) [ NCS Release]

  • Published: 2018-10-19T14:26:41Z
  • By NCS
Unknown Brain x Rival - Control (feat. Jex) [ NCS Release]

NCS: Music Without Limitations. 🔊 Free Download / Stream: Watch on YouTube: 🔑 Become a SuperFan → 🛍 NCS Merchandise → [Unknown Brain] • • • • [Rival] • • • • [Jex] • • • • - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When you are using this track, please add this in your description: Track: Unknown Brain x Rival - Control (feat. Jex) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: Free Download / Stream: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - © Check out our Usage Policy on how to use NCS music in your videos: To request a commercial license visit:

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4. Rival x Cadmium - Seasons (feat. Harley Bird) [NCS Release]

  • Published: 2018-04-04T16:06:29Z
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Rival x Cadmium - Seasons (feat. Harley Bird) [NCS Release]

NCS: Music Without Limitations. 🔊 Free Download / Stream: Watch on YouTube: 🔑 Become a SuperFan → [Rival] • • • [Cadmium] • • • [Harley Bird] • • • - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - © NCS releases are free to be used and monetised in user-generated content (UGC) made by independent content creators in video content on YouTube & Twitch, without the fear of copyright claims. When you are using this track, please add this in your description: Track: Rival x Cadmium - Seasons (feat. Harley Bird) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: Free Download / Stream:

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6. Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm - Four (Rival Consoles Remix)

Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm - Four (Rival Consoles Remix)

Exclusive Bonus Track on 'Erased Tapes Collection VII'. Available for free download upon sign-up here: "Ryan contributed the second exclusive track in form of a remix he’s finally found the time to finish after all his extensive touring, and it’s a real beast, putting Óli and Nils’s original into a completely different light. Watch out for the moment when the beat kicks back in. It’s pure sonic bliss!" – Robert Raths, label founder Read more via XLR8R:

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8. Rival Consoles - Helios

  • Published: 2014-08-14T16:21:27Z
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Rival Consoles - Helios


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9. Rival Consoles - Recovery

Rival Consoles - Recovery

Ryan Lee West reinforces his unique style of minimal electronic arrangements with a new 6-track EP – 'Sonne' out on Erased Tapes. ORDER 'Sonne' on 12"/DL: ORDER 'Odyssey / Sonne' on CD: ORDER via iTunes: GET TICKETS: Continuing on from his Odyssey EP released in 2013, Ryan Lee West aka Rival Consoles creates atmosphere and space whilst exploring waves of sound and rhythm, and the power of colour. With Sonne Ryan creates music to structure itself around a pulse, rather than the pulse being the defining point. The title track begins with “a very subtle set of melodies that repeat almost without confidence, and then gradually give way to a huge collage of colour and power”, as Ryan describes it. Not relying on a conventional beat, it’s a prime example of how an analogue synthesiser can create the power and momentum of a rhythm section. From the distorted waves in 3 Chords, growing and shrinking, to the rhythmic waves of constant speeding up and then slowing down in Recovery, it’s the Moog Voyager, Prophet and tape delay that make up the core sound of the EP. Whilst tracks like Helios, Haunt and Think Tank see West play live drums and acoustic guitar. “I’m often looking at art in exhibitions and I always think to myself ‘why the hell don’t I have this much colour in my work?’ The answer in part I think is down to synthesis. It is very difficult to create colour without it sounding plastic. Colour in music is both the note combinations and the actual timbre of the sounds. There are lots of instances of very colourful ambient sounds, which I took great care to create for each song, using various methods – from passing analogue synths through chains of effects to chopping up random sequences of recordings and forming tiny collages." – Ryan Lee West ABOUT THE ARTWORK: Resembling the colour and vibrancy in his music, the cover art was created by South London artist Supermundane, who was also responsible for the artwork of the Odyssey EP. TRACK LISTING: A1. Sonne A2. 3 Chords A3. Helios B1. Haunt B2. Think Tank B3. Recovery PRESS FOR ODYSSEY EP: 'Glorious...unabashedly epic...’ – Dummy 'Atmospheric synths swell victoriously' – XLR8R ‘Rival Consoles, is the likes of Nils Frahm and Olafur Arnalds' glitchy, electronic cousin’ 8/10 – The 405 ABOUT THE ARTIST: Some might be surprised that London based electronic producer Ryan Lee West, the man behind Rival Consoles, shares a home with contemporary classical composers such as Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds and Peter Broderick. And yet they have a lot more in common than expected. Fascinated by sound from an early age, Ryan chose to dedicate his time to studying, experimenting with and producing sound graduating from De Montfort University in Leicester. One consistent element in his musical journey has been his desire to create a more organic, humanised sound. Ryan often drafts early ideas on piano, violin and guitar, although the end result is much more electronic-laden. As an accomplished sound designer he has repeatedly performed at the Tate, and recently created a bespoke audio-visual performance for Boiler Room at the V&A. Ryan is currently composing music for a soon to be announced BBC production. LIVE: After supporting Luke Abbott on his recent UK tour and I Break Horses on their North American tour in spring, Ryan will debut his new live set with a special release show in London, followed by a string of West Coast U.S. dates culminating in Decibel Festival in late September – more details to be announced soon. OFFICIAL WEBSITES: ·

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10. Eyes In The Back Of My Head (feat. Rival)

Eyes In The Back Of My Head (feat. Rival)

Our new album FM is in stores now! ► iTunes: ► Amazon (CD/MP3/Vinyl): ► Google Play: ► Buy from The Skints (ships from UK): ► Buy from Easy Star Records (ships from US): The Skints: Easy Star Records:

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11. DJ Rival & Arc North - Short Story - Free Background Music

DJ Rival & Arc North - Short Story - Free Background Music

Free Background Music No Copyright Music – DJ Rival & Arc North - Short Story Free Download – CREDIT: If you use Free Background Music you MUST put in the description of your video/presentation: 1 - Full title (track title and artist(s) name/ nickname) of the track. (Mention the music was released/provided by Free Background Music) 2 - Link to the track released/provided on Free Background Music. 3 - Credit the artist(s) of the track by including their social network links. Free Background Music can be used by any YouTube user including their monetised content. All links below MUST be pasted in the video/presentation description: Free Background Music Website - YouTube - SoundCloud - Facebook - Twitter - Google+ - Rival ► SoundCloud - ► Facebook - ► YouTube - ► Twitter - Arc North ► SoundCloud - ► Facebook - ► YouTube - ► Twitter - ► E-mail - [email protected] Free Background Music is a record label which is based on providing FREE BACKGROUND MUSIC with Creative Commons License and music without Copyright for presentation and video creators on YouTube. Free Background Music can be used by any YouTube user including their monetised content. ----Photo created by Myriams-Fotos Provided by ---- Myriams-Fotos -

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12. Unknown Brain & Rival - Stay The Same (feat. Veronica Bravo)

Unknown Brain & Rival - Stay The Same (feat. Veronica Bravo)

Free Download: Spotify: Apple Music: Google Play: (source: "Powerhouse trio Unknown Brain, Veronica Bravo & Rival have teamed up for a spectacular song titled "Stay The Same". With over 30 million combined Spotify streams, I have no doubt that this anthemic track will quickly rise to become one of the most respected songs within the EDM community during 2018. Released on Tribal Trap, Veronica's soft vocals perfectly compliment the piano & drum rhythms. Transcending into a high-energy drop filled with hard hitting snares and melodies, it's perfect for any occassion." Unknown Brain: Rival: Veronica Bravo:

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13. Rival Consoles - Lone

Rival Consoles - Lone

New mini-album 'Night Melody' out August 5th Order it on 12"/DL: or digitally from iTunes: More info: London-based electronic songwriter Ryan Lee West aka Rival Consoles to release his most personal work to date in the form of a mini-album titled ‘Night Melody’ through Erased Tapes on 5th August 2016. During the release of his acclaimed full-length album ‘Howl’ and heavy touring in late 2015, Ryan came out of a long relationship and found himself making music throughout the winter months. The result of his efforts is a 34-minute, 6-track mini album ‘Night Melody’, born out of and shaped by long hours working into the night. It’s nocturnal in sound; mysterious in the way that the early hours so often are. “I found myself, in a silent home, with the days getting dark very early. I’ve never before in my life been affected by the lack of light so much. I just remember it always being night time. I would either make music into the night, go out drinking with friends, or go to parties and dance into the early hours, every day, week after week, month after month, until eventually the days became brighter again.” The opening statement ‘Pattern of the North’ starts off with a collage of spliced synth melodies, inspired by anxiety that accompanies going home for Christmas. It’s followed by ‘Johannesburg’, an early sketch gradually filled out during his tour in South Africa. “After playing it around some of the cities, I got a lot of inspiration to bring it to life and push it into something that really moves me. I think this is one of my most colourful pieces of music, with its driving rhythm and almost a homage to Terry Riley’s ‘In C’ towards the end, with a build of very simple, hypnotic parts. I especially love that for over five minutes the piece is tied to just one note. This makes the ending very dramatic, because all of a sudden there is this harmonic change.” ‘Lone’ started life around the time Ryan was working on his ‘Sonne’ EP in 2014. It’s the result of constant adjustments to find the perfect balance of fragility and assurance. As everything on the album, it’s a carefully considered, emotionally mature piece. “I think, as I get older, I need music to represent something and not just sound interesting, though of course the two are connected.” The closing statement ‘What Sorrow’ is a fitting end to the album, building from gentle melancholia to a joyous crescendo. It’s a sensibility that’s central to the record; joy and sorrow both find their counterpoints. “This record is very personal to me and I hope it offers something for other people, as it helped me to make it and to listen to it. Almost every synth line was recorded intuitively, without perfection but with a lot of intention and expression. I’m not interested in making something sad or making something happy. I want music to be bittersweet, to be more complex, like life – containing moments of vibrant colour and hope, as much as darkness and sadness.” This summer will see Ryan follow on from his recent North American Tour with the appearance at many festivals including Lovebox, Secret Garden Party, La Route Du Rock, Sea Change and Tale of Us-curated Afterlife party at Space, Ibiza. ‘Night Melody’ will be available on 12” vinyl and digitally, August 5th. TRACK LISTING: A1. Pattern Of The North A2. Johannesburg A3. Slow Song B1. Lone B2. Night Melody B3. What Sorrow

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