Music | posted 20.02.2015
Future Brown
Future Brown
Future Brown are working their way through bass- and club-music from Europe, Africa, South-America and the USA. What comes out is a piece of art.
Music | posted 19.02.2015
Romare
Projections
The era of sampling has come to an end. Long live sampling! In the end, there’s only one conclusion to be drawn about this record.
Music | posted 16.02.2015
Mumdance & Logos
Proto
Each sound shocks souls to their cores, turns dancefloors into places of grim raving. »Proto« by Mumdance & Logos is without mercy.
Music | posted 13.02.2015
Ibeyi
Ibeyi
Parents like it, girlfriends like it. How the hell could you possibly like »Ibeyi«, as well?
Music | posted 26.01.2015
Aphex Twin
Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt.2 EP
On »Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt.2 EP«, Aphex Twin doesn’t only let the instruments speak for themselves.
Music | posted 14.01.2015
Masks
Food Plus Drugs (II)
Opal Tapes keeps flooding us with dusty, clanky house beats from across the ocean, as recently shown with Masks’ debut »Food Plus Drugs (II)«.
Music | posted 21.11.2014
Nazoranai
なぞらない
On »なぞらない«, the second record by the trio Nazoranai, you’ll find monumental-psychedelic rock.
Music | posted 20.11.2014
Objekt
Flatland
Clubmusic has hardly ever been as deliberate as Objekt makes it. And yet, »Flatland« is as complex as it is danceable.
Music | posted 20.11.2014
Andrea Belfi
Natura Morta
On »Natura Morta«, Andrea Belfi approaches the music as if he was a renaissance-artist painting a still life.
Music | posted 20.11.2014
HADE + Gutta
Nothing Wrong EP
On their first collab-EP, the producers HADE and Gutta from Cologne are coming forward with three very functional club-tracks.
Music | posted 19.11.2014
Fugazi
First Demo
Fugazi have always been different. Their »First Demo« proves it once more, being a raw document of the permanent revolution.
Music | posted 18.11.2014
Bass Clef
Moment Only EP
Bass Clef very much appreciates the history of techno. That’s also to be heard on his »Moment Only EP«.
Music | posted 17.11.2014
Andy Stott
Faith in Strangers
With »Faith In Strangers«, Andy Stott is handing us the perfect soundtrack for a well cultivated winter depression.
Music | posted 17.11.2014
Erik Honoré
Heliographs
At the age of 48, the Norwegian sound designer and writer Erik Honoré has finished his debut. »Heliographs« is a happening.
Music | posted 14.11.2014
Cristian Vogel
Polyphonic Beings
On »Polyphonic Beings«, between spectral workout and twitching hoover-sounds, we’re getting back in touch with Cristian Vogel.
Music | posted 14.11.2014
Strategy
Seeds of Paradise
Strategy is best when dealing with long formats. »Seeds Of Paradise«, his ninth record in ten years, proves it once more.
Music | posted 03.11.2014
Bing & Ruth
Tomorrow Was the Golden Age
On »Tomorrow Was the Golden Age«, Bing & Ruth are combining dark and washed out epics in order to create a suite of nine parts.
Music | posted 09.10.2014
Apollo Brown & Ras Kass
Blasphemy
On »Blasphemy«, Apollo Brown proves together with Ras Kass that a failing rap star’s ultimate hideaway lies within the surroundings of soul-samples.
Music | posted 06.10.2014
Flying Lotus
You're Dead!
Easy-going and dreamy: »You’re Dead!«, Flying Lotus’s fifth record, is deeply rooted in jazz.
Music | posted 06.10.2014
A Winged Victory For The Sullen
Atomos
Between life and death, existing and non-existing. »Atomos«, the second record by A Winged Victory For The Sullen, is a major coup.