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Music News: No Touching | Music Discovery XO


01-03-2021 20:45 GMT


Indie Music Press Releases (March 2021) - Discover the best emerging, underground & upcoming Electronic Rock artists, bands & labels with news updates announcing the latest music releases, live events/gigs, concert/tour dates, & other entertainment stories, articles & headlines from your favorite indie Electronic Rock performers & entertainers daily on SRL News.
Music industry update | Seoul, South Korea | Indie band, Love X Stereo

We recently talked about how we are (secretly) obsessed with our favorite musicians’ gears and instruments in a previous post, and somehow new discoveries have been popping up left, right and center since. Have you heard the new single “Push The Play” by South Korean electronic rock duo Love X Stereo? Have you seen the amazing and even more spectacular music video? Well somewhere in the video there is a white theremin that the band claims to have bought on eBay. They later discovered that the cute little thing had been used by American singer, songwriter, musician and producer St. Vincent on tour. Isn’t that so exciting? Why doesn’t any cool stuff like that happen to us? Sigh!

But wait, we forgot to tell you what a theremin was. It’s the first known electronic music instrument. It was invented in 1920 by a man called Leon Theremin. Of course back then it was around the size of a small writing desk, as almost every electronic device was, but now it’s available as a handheld device. It’s a weird musical instrument because it’s the only musical instrument you play without touching. How many musical instruments do you know like that? 

So how do you play it then? Well, it’s quite simple actually. It’s got an antenna and a volume loop thingy. Once the instrument is powered on all you have to do is move your hand close to the antenna to raise the pitch and move your hand closer to the volume loop to lower the volume and eventually silence the instrument. The fun part is you can also move it closer to and away from other objects, not just your hands, to make new and exciting sounds. We haven’t mastered it yet but we are getting pretty good. It even comes in handy for detecting the origin of notorious recurring farts in the office. 

Check out the music video for Love X Stereo’s single “Push The Play” below and see if you can spot the white theremin. Download the track on Bandcamp, Apple Music, Spotify and all popular digital music services. 

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