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Tuesday, March 4 2014

Bryce Dessner / Jonny Greenwood: St. Carolyn by the Sea / There Will Be Blood

St. Carolyn by the Sea / There Will Be Blood is a breathtaking classic for the future. Pop/classical crossovers will never be the same.


Monday, September 16 2013

Moby - “The Perfect Life” (video)

The track begins as a sing along with an uplifting chorus, Flaming Lips style, yielding to a soaring melody by a songstress that acts as a typical Moby stamp of approval.


Sunday, August 25 2013

Silkie: The Lost Tapes Vol 1

With eight singles and his two City Limits albums released on the DEEP MEDi label to date, Silkie is truly a stalwart in Mala’s army of bass pressure junkies.


Thursday, August 8 2013

Commodo: $pace Cash

Commodo, resident DJ for Sheffield via Nottingham’s mighty ‘20Hz/RubberDub Soundsystem’ drops his impressive new EP $pace Cash in a flurry of experimental, grime infused dubstep madness for Mala’s seminal bass music label, DEEP MEDi.


Wednesday, July 31 2013

A Little Shire Within Themselves: ‘We Are Modeselektor’

Far from a basic VH1 “behind-the-scenes look”, We Are Modeselektor gives a human face to the cool digital glitches of Modeselektor’s sound.


Thursday, July 18 2013

Emika: DVA

Has Emika, the Native Instruments sound designer and Ninja Tune stalwart, lived up to the hype and the promise shown on her experimental, laptop-driven self-titled debut, a work that joined the dots between hypnotic German techno and the sub-heavy styling of London’s underground dubstep scene?


Sunday, July 7 2013

Second Storey: Margosa Heights

Al Tourettes' rebirth as Second Storey for Fabric’s in-house Houndstooth label sees the artist create a dense, alien world filled with all types of sonic oddballs, dark themes, BBC Radiophonic Workshop-inspired atmospherics and an unparalleled knowledge of genre and ideas from the last 20 or so years of UK dance music evolution.


Tuesday, July 2 2013

Datalog: Haarp EP

The Haarp EP might be what technoheads looking for something a little more challenging than standard club fare might truly appreciate.


Wednesday, June 26 2013

Oneohtrix Point Never Previews New Track and Video, “Still Life”

Oneohtrix Point Never's latest album, 'R Plus Seven', will be released October 1st.


Monday, June 24 2013

Miss Kittin: Calling from the Stars

Calling from the Stars elevates the electro formula to a new artistic level, even though it is a merely rather ambitious pop album in disguise.


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Major Lazer: Free the Universe (Reviews) [2.May.13]
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Monokle: Saints (Capsule Reviews) [10.Jan.13]
DJ Cam: Seven (Reviews) [8.Nov.11]
The Battle to Stay Relevant (Columns) [6.Nov.11]
Tobias Lilja: Delirium Portraits (Capsule Reviews) [1.Nov.11]
REIGNS: The Widow Blades (Capsule Reviews) [25.Oct.11]
Toro y Moi: Freaking Out EP (Capsule Reviews) [25.Oct.11]
Beta Hector: Sunbeam Insulin (Reviews) [20.Oct.11]
Apparat: The Devil’s Walk (Reviews) [17.Oct.11]
Radiohead: TKOL RMX 1234567 (Reviews) [10.Oct.11]
Sleep ∞ Over: Forever (Capsule Reviews) [10.Oct.11]
Gui Boratto: III (Reviews) [4.Oct.11]
Philip Selway: Running Blind EP (Reviews) [5.Sep.11]
Bachelorette: Bachelorette (Reviews) [26.Jul.11]
Miracle Fortress: Was I the Wave? (Reviews) [28.Jun.11]
Moby: Destroyed (Reviews) [15.May.11]
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The Deer Tracks: The Archer Trilogy Pt. 1 EP (Capsule Reviews) [25.Apr.11]
Burial: Street Halo EP (Reviews) [14.Apr.11]
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