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Edited By: Gary Carden Updated September 15th 2007
 

Rules for submission:

1. Person or persons submitting music to BladeZone must have copyright ownership of submitted music. Do not send music that was not created or performed by you or your band.

2. Do not send resampled music from the Blade Runner film or game. Music must be either original, or at least completely performed by submitting artist. All music featured on BladeZone is the property of the individual artists and not BladeZone.

If accepted, Bladezone will feature your music track on the home page for a minimum of 1 month and host your file up to a maximum of 2 months at which point the file will be removed from our server - your track info and homepage link will remain on this featured music page.

Select an artist:

July 2003

Artist:
AntiStasis
Track:
Blade Runner (6.41MB)
 
Homepage
Dear androids,
 
This is a message from a German band called AntiStasis (www.antistasis.de).
 
We did a song (how funny, itīs called "BladeRunner") that was inspired by the film with the same name and we used some German voice samples from the film.
 
Our music-style is called ElectronicBodyNoise (a fusion between "electronic body music" and "industrial"). Itīs also made for nexus-dance-control-devices (made by the Tyrell-Corp.).

Chris Fear (AntiStasis)

Artist:
Jamie Lizmore
Track:
The Blue Fairy - Pt 1 (3.39MB)
Wandering in Paris (4.07MB)
Hi there!
 
My name is Jamie Lizmore. I'm a composer from Canada, and of course, a Blade Runner lover to the end.
 
I thought you might like to listen to some of my own instrumental music. Written and recorded by myself.

Jamie Lizmore

Previously featured music (files no longer hosted on Bladezone)

May 2003

Artist:
Rich Douglas
Track:
Spacial Confusion
I came across your wonderful website today and am very, very impressed! I am a huge fan of the film (I'm a film major); in fact I recently read the book "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?" and loved it.
 
I am a composer and have scored 8 films and several computer games and have done a few cues based on Blade Runner. Here is the first one I like to call "Spacial Confusion". It's in the same vein as the Vangelis' score for the film.
 
Hope you like it!

Rich Douglas

Artist:
velvetchild
Track:
Sector 6G
 
Homepage
"...electronic music dipping its head into influences such as drum n bass, breakbeat, hip hop, etc. From what I can concur, my music never truly stays in the realm of one genre, but patches together pieces of everything."

velvetchild on SoundClick

March 2003

Artist:
Deadsunn
Track:
Cross My Heart
 
Homepage
Deadsunn are a Blade Runner influenced rock band.
 
Jeff Stone:
Vocals, guitar and bass
 
Anthony Lolio:
Drums, electronic percussion, synths and backing vocals

February 2003

Artist:
Orphan Process
Track:
Rubik
 
Homepage
The reason I'm mailing you is that I was hoping you'd listen to this electro track I did with a friend of mine. It has an "evil" futurisic edge to it and I thought it might fit into the 2019 environment. We have an mp3.com account at www.mp3.com/orphanprocess too with a few other tracks, this one is "Rubik".
 
Hmm, well here it is, thanks for your time and keep up the great work.

Markus (Orphan Process)

December 2002

Artist:
Point of Good Origins
Track:
Phobik
 
Homepage
I am a massive fan of bladerunner, watched the video for 10 years over and over again, then watched the DVD over and over again. Still my no.1 film due to the technical expertise of Ridley in 82, as well as the musix by Vangelis.
 
"Phobik" is the first track from the album "The Road to Mandelbrot" which is available to purchase from the Point of Good Origins web-site. Previews of other tracks are also available at the web-site.

Howie (Point of Good Origins)

August 2001

Artist:
Medusa X
Track:
Access Granted
 
Homepage
Love Blade Runner! Think the beginning of "Access Granted" sounds like it would fit. Plus other tracks would fit in the year 2019 ("Chasing Shadows, etc.)
 
Thanks,

MedusaX

June 2001

Artist:
Lady23
Track:
Main Theme
 
Homepage
Hi there! My name is Mara, I am with a band Called Lady23. We are a Rock band from Germany. I must say, I love BladeZone, and I am a Blade Runner fan myself. On our latest Demo we did an interpretation of the Blade Runner theme by Vangelis just for fun... We of course have no intention to make any money off of it, but we thought maybe BladeZone would like to make it available for the other fans.
 
CyA,

Mara

February 2001

Artist:
Pan
Track:
Stalker
 
Homepage
Featured on MP3.com, Pan's incredible mood setting music really gives one a feeling of being in the year 2019. With a mixture of sound FX, their music is truly suited for film, and in fact has been used in the film "The Spooky Incident".
 
When asked, the band states that they definitely are big fans of Blade Runner, and without a doubt were influenced by Vangelis and his mastery of the keyboard as a tool for creating textured sounds and music.

November 2000

Artist:
Banga Tribe
Track:
A Cidade De Ignu
 
Homepage
Featured on MP3.com, Banga Tribe is an incredibly gifted band with a rich earthy sound. I would personally describe them as being remeniscent of Peter Gabriel and Vangelis, but I wouldn't want anyone to think Banga Tribe sounds like anyone else. No. They have a distinct sound all their own. I would say with out a doubt that one doesn't listen to Banga Tribe's music... One experiences it.
 
"Our music has been described as 'music that stops the mind and stirs the soul'", Paul Bidault, Banga Tribe's lead vocalist from Mexico said. "And thats exactly what we search for, music that can reach into places no other thing can. Music that can create emotions that you might have never felt before. Our music is influenced not only by sounds, but also images, feelings and virtually everything that surrounds us."
 
When asked if they feel that it is their cultural diversity that helps drive the band's eclectic flavor, this was Brazialian bassist Pablo Guessi's reply. "Absolutely, I mean if you try to get something from a mix of Brazilian, Mexican and even European aspects you'll surely have something else, something different, which will most likely turn out to be innovative music. Whether it's tribal or ethnic doesn't matter. I think there's a lot to be discovered in music as an art, and also a lot to be done to try and make it less commercial... in relation to it being such a business nowadays... and of course we want to push music to new levels but also try and improve the whole musical scene today. Fusion has helped us in many ways. But, really there's so much more, and we're going after it."
 
Paul agrees and adds, "Our goal, as a band, is to give something meaningful to music, and in the end help in changing it. We're out there trying to stretch music further and in the end we may influence anywhere from one to maybe one million people. To have done that makes it all worth it. I mean, as I see it, music has practically been stagnant for nearly the last 20 years. It is time to get it moving, and exploit all the energy and things happening in the world today. When all is said and done, its about making music. Thats what we do, and thats the only thing we enjoy doing."
 
I asked if they'd ever seen Blade Runner, the answer from both was an emphatic YES. Paul added, "The Vangelis soundtrack, when I saw the film in a theater, was like... WOW! You could really feel the movie because of it. The music was alive."

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