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Review: Brokntoys – Lesser Mysteries

Review: Brokntoys – Lesser Mysteries

Just over four years and twenty-one releases in, London based label brokntoys show no sign of stopping anytime soon, with…

Review: Nils Frahm – ‘All Melody’

Review: Nils Frahm – ‘All Melody’

Nils Frahm’s creative output has been defined thus far by a handful of distinctive qualities: a penchant for sounds that…

Review: Mika Vainio, Ryoji Ikeda & Alva Noto – Live 2002

Review: Mika Vainio, Ryoji Ikeda & Alva Noto – Live 2002

Collaboration is never easy, especially between established artists with their own distinctive musical personalities. The process often yields mixed results; the…

Record of the Week: Hodge – ‘Beneath Two Moons’ (Berceuse Heroique)

Record of the Week: Hodge – ‘Beneath Two Moons’ (Berceuse Heroique)

Hodge follows up his latest 12″ for Hemlock with a more minimalist, restrained affair via Berceuse Heroique. Title track ‘Beneath Two…

Record of the Week: Gantz – Dying on Acid

Record of the Week: Gantz – Dying on Acid

Deep Medi are bringing us headlong into the new year with some of the most leftfield electronica they’ve released to…

Review: Terekke – ‘Plant Age’

Review: Terekke – ‘Plant Age’

Terekke’s location is currently listed on Bandcamp as ‘The Bahamas’, and after listening to his recent LP Plant Age, it…

Review: Loom – London Ambient

Review: Loom – London Ambient

The title of Daniel Timms’ latest release as Loom is slightly misleading. There’s nothing particularly calming or meditative about this…

Review: Björk – Utopia

Review: Björk – Utopia

Björk is an artist defined by her singularity, acting as a well of artistic inspiration that her peers are practically…

Review: Pessimist – Pessimist

Review: Pessimist – Pessimist

Electronic music has always had an uneasy relationship with genre. To a scene that thrives on defying its own parameters,…

Review: Rico Casazza – They Move Fast

Review: Rico Casazza – They Move Fast

Rico Casazza’s decade long career has been as prolific as it has been varied. In the last year alone the…

Review: Sporting Life – Nothing To Hide (Feat Devonté Hynes & Wiki)

Review: Sporting Life – Nothing To Hide (Feat Devonté Hynes & Wiki)

Gritty, stuttering drums blend with looped piano chords in a simple yet brilliant fashion.

Review: Classic Coke – Blood Rite

Review: Classic Coke – Blood Rite

Another fine showcase of talent from London and Leicester’s rising crew.

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