Cinematic Electronica Artists


Cinematic electronica has been first developed and devised by and first used by Dutch artist and (electronic) composer Ayalla.

It is this artist who started combining different production and composition techniques, live performed recordings of real instruments and modular synthesis, ambient sounds and soundscapes in a melodic and sometimes orchestral arrangement.

Cinematic electronica is developed by Ayalla as main genre incorporating  experimental, new-age , meditative, orchestral and ambient electronic music. It is described as “tranquil, hypnotic and moving”. It is associated with lounge musiceasy listening, meditation and elevator music.[3]

According to Stephen Hill, co-founder of a radio show called Hearts of Space, cinematic electronica is used to describe music that evokes a feeling of contemplative spaciousness.[4][5][6]

Hill states that this music can range in character, the sonic texture of the music can be simple or complex, it can be instrumental or electronic, it may lack conventional melodic, harmonic, or rhythmic features, and may be less concerned with the formal compositional schemes associated with other styles of music.[7][8]

Cinematic electronica may have influences from western classicalworldCeltictraditional and experimental music.[10][11][12]

Hill believes that cinematic electronica can evoke a “continuum of spatial imagery and emotion”, can raise awareness, spirituality and relaxation.

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