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Algebraic Double Whammy and The Great Existential Question

Today I have a special treat in the form of not one, but TWO exclusive new tracks from a new artist by the name of Algebraic. His name is Paul Soto and he brings a unique background of Applied Mathematics to the table in his tunes. This brings to the table the notion of electronic music’s affinity for those who many would not normally think to be attracted to music production. Many producers, like Algebraic, don’t have formal training in music theory, classical piano, or the like. In fact, often times EDM producers do not even have a musical instrument involved in their musical production, instead relying solely on a laptop computer and a pair of headphones. While none can argue that Algebraic’s tunes are inspiring works of a Electro and Electro-infused Moombahton, this begs the question: Is it really music? Obviously I am biased, so I’d like to hear your opinion.

Algebraic – Pon Roborobo ft. Tha Suspect | Direct Download Here

Algebraic – Vodka Ananas ft. MAK | Direct Download Here

If you like this genre of music, check out Sound Logik’s page on Moombahton. I’ll also be featuring a post dedicated to living life at 110 BPM (the beats per minute of Moombahton) in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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