Well, darn it. Here we go again. “Zombie” was the first of two songs I produced for TEB Vol.11 and I was excited to take the songs I picked for a spin. I took Yoshika’s theme and really gave it a strong blast-through of eurobeat flavor (plus a couple hints […]
It makes sense that eurobeat has a few oddities, since the genre itself is, by all measures, rather odd. Its quick-and-loose relationship with English and inherent cheesiness makes it a boon for some unusual and smirk-inducing oddities, whether intentional or accidental. This silliness is part of the genre’s charm, and […]
This is the first post in a new series I hope to maintain and update continually regarding the continuation and health of Eurobeat as a commercially viable genre. In… less flowery prose, I’ll be writing about what it’ll take to keep Eurobeat alive. As the hearsay of Eurobeat’s impending doom […]
Oh put your bloody pitchforks and torches away. I’m not suggesting that Eurobeat should become more like Dubstep for the rest of its days (or even vice versa… though I doubt an experiment would go unappreciated). And no, I’m not out to taint your “old-school-only” mentalities by comparing Eurobeat to […]
How does one learn to appreciate some of the most unique Eurobeat on the market without causing their eardrums to bleed? This is meant as more of a guide for the intermediate Eurobeat fan who’s ready for more than just Avex’s “top 50″ Eurobeat releases on iTunes or Amazon or whatever.
So I gave it some thought and I realized that, if such a position existed, I would gladly toss my other prospects to the wind and pursue it. Yes, there are jobs one could conjure of such caliber that could drive me to cast aside my lifelong ambitions if it […]
Up until recently, I’ve done a great deal of “Underground” remixing as “Eurobeat Brony” in the new and unusually demographic-defying “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic”. It’s a charming show that’s surprisingly more than tolerable for the adult demographic, with music that lends itself VERY well to Eurobeat. After what […]