As a Valentine’s Day gift, electronic rocker Blue Stahli has covered and released a cover of David Lynch‘s “Ghost Of Love” and is making it available as a free download! You can listen to Stahli’s cover, as well as Lynch’s original, below. Then, when you’re done checking it out, you can download the song here
“Ghost Of Love” originally appeared in Lynch’s 2006 film Inland Empire, which starred Laura Dern, Jeremy Irons, Justin Theroux, and Grace Zabriskie. READ MORE
If the thought of living in suburbia doesn’t fill you with dread, perhaps Blue Stahli‘s latest video for “ULTRAnumb” will take care of that! Directed by Grant Mohrman, the video features Blue Stahli standing in a kiddie pool full of blood, a lovely couple sharing a human heart at a picnic, latex-clad people straight out of American Horror Story engaged in choreographed dance, and more. It’s also got a great deal of humor as well as a guest appearance from Celldweller! Check out the video below!
Now, I want to let you all know that there is a little hidden gem somewhere towards the end of the video. If you can find it and figure it out, I’ll give you a cookie.
The song comes from Blue Stahli’s 2011 self-titled album, which you can snag here. READ MORE
Detroit electronic artist Blue Stahli‘s song “Takedown” was featured in last week’s episode of American Horror Story, “Continuum”. You can listen to the track below.
Blue Stahli also just released his latest album Antisleep Vol. 3 (iTunes). As a treat for fans, he is offering a free download of his mashup of his own track “Atom Fever” and Fever Ray‘s “The Wolf”. You can snag the download below. READ MORE
Electronic rock artist Blue Stahli is gearing up to release his third studio album Antisleep Vol. 03 on Jan. 22nd (Dec. 18th through FiXT Store). As a gift to fans and listeners everywhere, a free download of the song “Atom Smasher” has been made available. You can listen to the song and snag your copy below.
Stahli comments, “‘Atom Smasher’ is a soundtrack to a nonexistent movie filled to the brim with hyperstylized ultraviolence. Though I typically like doing more vocal material with an angle toward chainsaw guitars, it was a blast to make a cinematic monster built out of pissed off electronics.” READ MORE
I was sent this awesome Prometheus-inspired trailer only to find out that it’s a teaser for an EP coming out this Fall called Doomsday. It is the first part in a series entitled Singularity, so we can definitely expect more releases in the future. The artist, Sonic Mayhem, is really Sascha Dikiciyan, the composer behind several blockbuster video games such as Quake II & III, Mass Effect 3, Tron: Evolution, and more. The EP also features Blue Stahli on some guitar parts.
Described as electronic punk, the music in the trailer certainly fits that bill and has me rather intrigued. Check out the video below and lend your thoughts in the comments! READ MORE