Music | posted 21.08.2015
AFX
Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-2008
Richard D. James has reanimated his AFX-Alias. Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-2008« is a stringent, but not a convincing comeback.
Music | posted 21.08.2015
Sinkane x Peaking Lights
Mean Dub EP
For the »Mean Dub EP«, Sinkane has asked Peaking Lights to create dub-versions of some of the tracks on »Mean Love«.
Music | posted 24.07.2015
Seven Davis Jr
Universes
Everyone expected Seven Davis Jr.‘s debut to become a classic straight away – »Universes« doesn’t disappoint.
Music | posted 24.07.2015
Mocky
Key Change
For »Key Change«, Mocky has come up with numerous catchy melodies for the variety of which other artists need a complete discography.
Music | posted 17.07.2015
M.E.S.H.
Piteous Gate
M.E.S.H.‘s debut »Piteous Gate« is much more than an archive sellout. It’s one step ahead of Google’s Deep Dream.
Music | posted 14.07.2015
Hunee
Hunch Music
Hard to believe but true – »Hunch Music« is Hunee’s debut. Without difficulty, Hunee is carrying out the skills that made him become a popular DJ.
Music | posted 13.07.2015
Bilal
In Another Life
Protest-music is an ambivalent thing. And yet, with »In Another Life«, Bilal has dedicated himself to this form of expression.
Music | posted 10.07.2015
Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge
Twelve Reasons To Die II
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge have reunited for »Twelve Reasons To Die II«. And again, they got it all right!
Music | posted 10.07.2015
Matrixxman
Homesick
With»Homesick«, the U.S.-musician Matrixxman is summing up the aporia of techno. A record yearning for the possibility of a future.
Music | posted 10.07.2015
Knxwledge
Hud Dreens
There are hundreds of Knxwledge beats to be found on Bandcamp. Yet, »Hud Dreems« is only his third physical release.
Music | posted 03.07.2015
Ezra Furman
Perpetual Motion People
With an impressive sensitivity for pop, Ezra Furman’s »Perpetual Motion People« is wandering through the genres, advocating the saxophone’s renaissance.
Music | posted 23.06.2015
Ital
Toxic Work Environment
On »Toxic Work Environment«, Ital is presenting minimal techno tending towards dystopian waters. In terms of complexity, this is a new approach.
Music | posted 19.06.2015
Ken Camden
Dream Memory
On »Dream Memory«, Ken Camden is trying to close the sound gap between guitar strings and synthesizers.
Music | posted 16.06.2015
Aidan Baker & Idklang
In The Red Room
In Idklang, Aidan Baker has found a partner who provides an informal frame to his exuberant arts.
Music | posted 15.06.2015
HELM
Olympic Mess
Overcoming stress through music: On »Olympic Mess«, Luke Younger aka HELM is trying to handle his very own chaos.
Music | posted 10.06.2015
Jamie xx
In Colours
On his debut, Jamie xx hat got it all right. It’s an incredibly exquisite record – exquisite enough to be disgusted.
Music | posted 09.06.2015
Jenny Hval
Apocalypse, girl
Hval doesn’t nag and moan – she asks questions. You’ll find the answers by following her into the unpleasent. In the end, you’ll know what’s to go down.
Music | posted 08.06.2015
Container
LP
Crackpot-polyrhythmics, hickup-groove, hip hop from hell: Container doesn’t give a damn. His third record, »LP«, is racy, frenetic and awesome.
Music | posted 08.06.2015
Ben Zimmermann
The Baltika Years
The musical opportunities deriving from an old operating system have hardly ever been explored – Ben Zimmerman has dedicated ten years to this endeavor.
Music | posted 25.05.2015
Glenn Astro
Throwback
Boom-bap is doing it with house, beatmaking with disco-soul. Nothing out of the ordinary, but it’s played out extraordinarily well.