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edunger miami timezones
Miami Timezones


Take a sonic journey, and let your heartbeat sync with melody. Forget about your woes and commitments, and allow yourself to flow through the zones of Miami, where the sun makes you come alive, and the ocean breeze invigorates your soul. Producer Ed Unger channels the authentic spirit of Progressive House with inspirations of Future House.

Miami Timezones is a swift combination of thematic concept and artistry, where production value meets visual creativity driving through the streets of Miami. Catch bright pictures through the tone of vivid harmonies. Sync up your thoughts with your emotions and make sense of feelings you thought you would have never been able to understand.

Listen & Purchase at the following stores: BeatPortDeezer | JunoDownload | TraxSource  and all your favorite streaming media sites!

Watch and purchase the Official Video at the following: VEVO | iTunes | Tidal | DailyMotion | VidaPrimo | Xumo

Social:
https://www.facebook.com/edungermusic/
https://www.youtube.com/user/edwardunger/
https://www.instagram.com/ed.unger/
https://www.pinterest.com/edwardunger/
https://twitter.com/edwardunger

Other Links:
https://open.spotify.com/artist/0JyAHtoDUATMwqx3itjwcL
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/ed-unger/id367250520
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cup-of-inspiration-dj-mixes/id1439010276?mt=2
https://www.deezer.com/artist/1172004
https://www.beatport.com/artist/ed-unger/137477
https://www.junodownload.com/artists/Ed+Unger/releases/
https://www.traxsource.com/artist/127353/ed-unger
https://listen.tidal.com/artist/6935834
https://www.edunger.com/podcast/
https://www.edunger.com/
https://www.gratitudeproductions.com

edunger noise in silence
Noise in Silence


Allow your emotions to take over as you step into a mental journey of the noise and the silence in your mind. Give yourself a moment to step away from the mundane parts of life and reach into the deep emotions of frustration, sadness, impatience and madness.

Are you the noise or are you the silence, are you the noise in other’s silence, or are you the silence in their noise?

Give yourself the opportunity to let these emotions run wild until you have entered a state of clarity, beauty, happiness, joy and rest.

Southern Florida producer Ed Unger brings you, Noise in Silence, a progressive house experience that channels clarity and deep insight throughout the musical journey.

Listen & Purchase at the following stores: BeatPort | JunoDownload | TraxSource  and all your favorite streaming media sites!

Social:
https://www.facebook.com/edungermusic/
https://www.youtube.com/user/edwardunger/
https://www.instagram.com/ed.unger/
https://www.pinterest.com/edwardunger/
https://twitter.com/edwardunger

Other Links:
https://open.spotify.com/artist/0JyAHtoDUATMwqx3itjwcL
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/ed-unger/id367250520
https://www.deezer.com/artist/1172004
https://www.beatport.com/artist/ed-unger/137477
https://www.junodownload.com/artists/Ed+Unger/releases/
https://www.traxsource.com/artist/127353/ed-unger
https://listen.tidal.com/artist/6935834
https://www.edunger.com/podcast/
https://www.edunger.com/
https://www.gratitudeproductions.com

edunger journey home
Journey Home


No matter where we are, in a good place or bad, we are looking to find our home. That Mental place of peace of mind, serenity, security and a space that is lacking insanity. Journey Home is a peaceful transition to finding that mental space and provides the musical and emotional highway for this journey. With a full progression of sounds which feed our deeper dark sides and bring us back to light, life is an experience and Journey Home is a magical musical means to help us transition.

Listen & Purchase at the following stores: Beatport, Junodownload and all your favorite streaming media sites!

Social:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ed-Unger-Music/163358197102314?ref=hl
https://www.youtube.com/user/edwardunger/
https://www.pinterest.com/edwardunger/
https://google.com/+EdungerMusic
https://twitter.com/edwardunger

Other Links:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/ed-unger/id367250520
https://www.beatport.com/artist/ed-unger/137477
https://www.junodownload.com/artists/Ed+Unger/releases/
https://www.edunger.com/podcast/
https://www.edunger.com/
https://www.gratitudeproductions.com

 

 

 

EdUnger CryingWolf
Crying Wolf


A need to belong. Longing for love. Yearning for inner peace. These are our deepest desires. We explore our desires, look to capture attention, seek to be heard and search to find a place of peace.

Every day we fight our insecurities, doubts and fears. They are demons that consume us. It leads us to cry wolf. We earn our scars all for the longing to become whole and complete.

Crying or crying out, running to or running from the wolves in life, through the battle we become stronger.

Listen & Purchase at the following stores: Beatport, TraxSource, JunoDownload and all your favorite streaming media sites!

Social:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ed-Unger-Music/163358197102314?ref=hl
https://www.youtube.com/user/edwardunger/
https://www.pinterest.com/edwardunger/
https://google.com/+EdungerMusic
https://twitter.com/edwardunger

Other Links:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/ed-unger/id367250520
https://www.beatport.com/artist/ed-unger/137477
https://www.junodownload.com/artists/Ed+Unger/releases/
https://www.edunger.com/podcast/
https://www.edunger.com/
https://www.gratitudeproductions.com

BlueRosesV3
Blue Roses

The Blue Roses Electronic album’s style is a combination of hip hop inspired beats, alternative soul, guitar, dark, moody, electronic based with weird subject matter and is the follow up to the debut album Mercy, Justice, Purity originally released under the moniker ‘EDIT’ in 2004. The name EDIT was actually chosen for him by one of his clients while Ed was cutting and pasting vocal tracks for his client during a recording session at Blue Sound Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.

..Inspired by Orbital, Aphex Twin, Meat Beat Manifesto, Future Sound of London, Tricky, Portishead, Frou Frou, Depeche Mode, Musiq Soulchild, Erykah Badu, Justin Timberlake, Delirium, Conjure One and so many other great artists, Blue Roses can be described as a style of these electronic artist’s sound scapes verging into a morphed mix crossed with hip hop inspired beats who have been introduced to Lenny Kravitz and carrying an emotional conversation about poetry with the Cure..

As a continuation of the style and sound, the EDIT album is followed up with this 2014 Blue Roses release with more similar future electronic releases planned that have a mixture of electronic, industrial and sound scape moodiness.

Here is the final song list:
1) Blue Roses
2) Games
3) Brighter Day (ft Nhadyne)
4) Her Sun
5) At Home
6) Night in Orbit
7) The Facts
8) No Tears

EdUnger Acoustic
Acoustic

I have been recording acoustic videos of my favorite songs including pop, dance, 80s, 90s, 00s, and today. Watch my latest videos and please be sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel, leave feedback and any new songs you want to hear – thank you! YouTube

EdUnger Remixes
Remixes

Listen to Remixes by Ed Unger under the moniker ‘UngerRose’.

Nine Inch NailsSarah McLachlanConjure OnePaul SchwartzYovanni

The NIN remix was for a contest in Atlanta which won the ultimate prize – meeting Trent Reznor and having him hear the remix! Below is the original write up after meeting Trent Reznor and watching NIN perform in the mosh pit afterwards.

…..Last night was one of those nights you remember forever. A night that makes you walk around dumbfounded for a week – Then years later you tell your kid about it.

Getting to Phillips Arena with no time to spare, we meet a NIN promoter (not sure of his title) named, James that was to ‘walk us through’ the whole process and show us where to go, what to do, and what not to do, etc. He was a real nice guy that instantly put us at ease explaining that Trent was a down to earth guy and would take his time with us, that is, if he liked us. We get escorted in an elevator to the first floor and on through a series of doors and security. We wait for awhile and then get let into a green room where the band is hanging out. They were chillin out and eating. Very down to earth and friendly guys. They answered a few questions we had and signed our poster and CD. We then get led to the other side of backstage following signs that read: “NIN: Solitude” with an arrow pointing the way we were going……”Hmm… Trent likes solitude…Don’t we all?”

So we wait outside his dressing room while he listens to the remix. At this point I start getting butterflies in my stomach and notice how fast this whole ordeal is going by…”No! Stop…really feel this moment!” Just then, the body guard comes out and says that Trent is ready to see us. We go in and there he is; Standing like a solid rock ready to shake our hands. His eyes were really intense and deep. He had shaved off his hair so there was no obstruction when looking at his face. He looked healthy….tan. Like he worked out…A LOT.

The first thing he says to me is: “This remix is awesome!!! It’s the best remix I’ve heard!”…..uh…(jaw hitting the floor….Did he just say that or am I dreaming???) Trent said, “Yeah, man…it’s really good. I’m impressed with the creativity.” Trent goes on to ask us what gear was used to do it and then says “Well, I can re-track the vocals for you and send them to you.” (I cut and spliced the hook to rearrange it in the remix – You can’t really hear the splice unless you have a trained ear.) Trent goes on to say, “Yeah, I’d be happy to do it so it doesn’t sound cut… did they play this on the radio?” We reply, “Uh…no, not yet.” We give him our CD and he looks at it and asks, “Is your contact information on here?” We say, “Yes, of course!” James then hands us a sheet of paper and pen and says, “Here, write your email address on this.” (I’m thinking, I don’t want to waste any time doing that right now!!) I say, “No, no we have a business card! Here take one.” (Wow…Trent wants to send us his vocals to work more on this remix!?!?! HOLY SHIT!!!)

Trent laughs and says, “I don’t even have a business card” (Uh…you don’t NEED one Trent, trust me!!! LOL) At this point, time is standing still, It seemed like we were standing there forever. Like a sliver of time had stood still just for us to really drink it in….and we did. I looked around and James and Jen (girl from Interscope) and the bodyguard were all circled around, smiling, enjoying the moment to.
It is then we remember that we have a sheet of well thought out questions. We ask if it’s ok to ask them and he’s more than happy to. (we had about a total of 12 and got through 4 or so)

Disclaimer: The answers to these questions are not verbatim. We did not record this interview so it was impossible to remember every detail of what he said.

What tough dilemmas & hardships did you face before your work on Pretty Hate Machine really got noticed? And how did you maintain pushing forward afterwards?
He was in Cleveland, Ohio at the time, interned at a studio in town, and was learning how to engineer on his own by working with productions that no one else wanted to work on in that studio. He wasn’t getting much label support for Pretty Hate Machine so he decided to tour, tour, and tour some more. Regardless of success, he knew he would be doing music no matter what and kept pushing forward through those tough times. At the time of the first Lollapalooza is when things started taking off he finally was reaching a massive audience.

How did collaborations come about like with Pig Face and how do you feel about those days looking at them through new eyes? He said it was kinda whorish. He said the major labels thought that if they got all of these great names together, no matter what they put together, it would sell. When he went in to record, they would only have a drum beat for him, no music, and say just sing something and record that once or twice Ok, that  good. Fortunately, he prepared lyrics just in case something like that happened. The project for him didn’t really work out – He was looking for more of a collaboration and decided he didn’t want his name on that kind of project.

What do you look for in working with new bands or what is it that has captivated you when choosing to work with other bands (Prick, Marilyn Manson, etc.) Trent said he took interest in bands that were really saying something and had an interesting sound. He said MM had opened up for NIN years ago when there were just two of them and that Kevin from Prick was in an old band with him a long time ago. He’s really not into A&R or developing someone’s career but is more into collaborations these days.

We saw your MTV Interview and have a question about addiction. Would you say you are at peace now? And how have you changed from who you were then? He said he kept putting his hand in the fire and had to absolutely hit rock bottom before change could occur. The biggest struggle was with the change of lifestyle. He said Damn, what do I do now? Everything I used to do I can’t do anymore – There’s nothing to do! He had to find other ways to have fun. Hence With Teeth became a creation through new eyes and a new focus.

Afterwards, we mentioned how much of an inspiration he has been and how thankful for his time with these questions and comments on the remix.

This may sound like an ordinary interview but there was so much more that we discussed. We couldn’t possibly put in every word and remark to respect Trent’s privacy. We just wanted to share a tiny glimpse of our amazing night for all of those who voted for us.

After the questions were done he signed our poster and CD and shook our hands. I felt so much warmth in that room and realized again that we’re all human. We all have so much to offer the world, our own expression, and it’s up to us to choose to be successful. How much hard work are you willing to put in? Do you sabotage yourself the minute something good starts to happen?

I felt that Trent was very real and genuine.

When we left the room, James turned to us and said, I have to tell you guys, he’s never responded like that to anyone else he’s met. He really meant all that. We gave him our thanks and he replied, I didn’t do anything, you did it.

6 degree drop
6 Degree Drop

Picture me in a hard rock punk band writing & singing about teen angst and political boredom – well.. no pictures today but you can listen to what it sounds like 🙂 6 Degree Drop was a band project started in Atlanta, Georgia inspired from the St Louis band, End of End. Recorded at Ledbelly Sound Studios in Georgia, circa 1997