Hyponik

Reviews

Marcelus – ‘Shine’ (Tresor)

Marcelus – ‘Shine’ (Tresor)

Paris meets Berlin, as Cédric Bros shows both sides of his sonic personality across this varied four track…

Vessel – ‘Punish, Honey’ (Tri-Angle)

Vessel – ‘Punish, Honey’ (Tri-Angle)

This record will grip you like a steel vice to the teeth, taking you for a white-knuckle ride of terror from beginning to end…

Photay – ‘Photay’ (Astro Nautico)

Photay – ‘Photay’ (Astro Nautico)

One of the year’s most unexpected triumphs comes in the form of the wildly imaginative debut from New Yorker Evan Shornstein…

Call Super – ‘Suzi Ecto’ (Houndstooth)

Call Super – ‘Suzi Ecto’ (Houndstooth)

Joe Seaton’s meticulously assembled debut LP lands on a sweet spot between challenging and highly listenable…

Midland – ‘Duster’ EP (Aus Music)

Midland – ‘Duster’ EP (Aus Music)

More colour is introduced to his sonic palette, as the producer continues his fruitful relationship with Aus Music…

Slackk – ‘Palm Tree Fire’ (Local Action)

Slackk – ‘Palm Tree Fire’ (Local Action)

The Boxed founder’s debut full length goes beyond the breakneck pace of his previous releases to explore a richer, more personal side to his sound…

Roman Flügel – ‘Happiness Is Happening’ (Dial)

Roman Flügel – ‘Happiness Is Happening’ (Dial)

Twenty years in, the underground fixture continues to defy genre in favour of exploring his own inimitable sound…

Dark0 – ‘Fate’ EP (Gobstopper)

Dark0 – ‘Fate’ EP (Gobstopper)

The North West Londoner takes his cues from Final Fantasy on this richly melodic collection of instrumental Grime…

Ejeca – ‘Nebula’ EP (Exploris)

Ejeca – ‘Nebula’ EP (Exploris)

The Northern Irishman comes across all rough around the edges on this three track outburst for new label Exploris…

Terekke – ‘Terekke’ (LIES-BLK)

Terekke – ‘Terekke’ (LIES-BLK)

Matt Gardner sinks deeper into his hazily unique sound on this refined excursion for LIES’ sub label…

Recondite – ‘Caldera’ (Hotflush)

Recondite – ‘Caldera’ (Hotflush)

Intricate dancefloor beauty at the tail end of summer from the prolific Berliner…

Rustie – ‘Green Language’ (Warp)

Rustie – ‘Green Language’ (Warp)

The Glaswegian producer dabbles in new styles – with mixed results, on his follow up to debut album ‘Glass Swords’…