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Clash review
08.12.16

Canadian producer abandons EDM nightmares for a mature new album...

Spotinews recomendation
01.12.16

Hi again. The final update of the release week is the cool new album by Jay Daniel. Genre: electronic. Enjoy! Jay Daniel – Broken KnowzFiled under: 2016, Electronic

Clash review
10.11.16

A stereoscopic soundscape of dream-like electronics...

Clash review
09.11.16

A fun if slightly safe new collection...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

Taking a cue from their producer Alex Townend, who as one half of the ATP-signed minimal wave duo Vision Fortune headed out to the farmland of mainland Europe to record their 2015...

Clash review
09.11.16

Expansive, ambitious and deliriously fun...

Clash review
09.11.16

A truly essential mix from one of Detroit's finest...

Clash review
09.11.16

A fine second album that follows neatly on from his debut...

Clash review
09.11.16

A diverse yet engaging new album...

Clash review
09.11.16

Sprightly indie pop with a slight noughties twist...

Clash review
09.11.16

A joyously sunny affair...

Clash review
09.11.16

Sun, sea and sand electro-pop out of LA that just wants to have fun...

Clash review
09.11.16

A glossy return, if slightly lacking in depth...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

As the talent pools and ideas in the canonised domains of techno – the US, UK, Western Europe, with outposts in Japan – reach saturation point, people have started looking out to...

Clash review
09.11.16

Heavy duty techno with a funky edge...

Clash review
09.11.16

Enigmatic producer documents a fresh spiritual plain...

Clash review
30.11.15

Reclusive Dutch producer impresses...

AudioCred review
19.11.15

Vancouver producer Pat Lok continuously pushes boundaries with his efforts in the dance music scene. With a musical touch that ranges from deep and groovy to more experimental...

Clash review
25.09.15

...offering olive branches to the most regimented of overdrives

Clash review
25.09.15

...vital electronic music with a true, emotional backbone

The Quietus review
27.07.15

As a label, L.I.E.S. has always been a varied affair, with impossibly frequent, usually dancefloor-focused 12"s providing a mainstream for a considerably more challenging body of...

Clash review
07.07.15

A debut album that hits a lot of the wrong notes...

Clash review
26.06.15

Seeking to build its own sub-genre...

Clash review
09.06.15

Making a clear, luminous point without fuss...

The Quietus review
20.05.15

The rapid resurgence and expansion of the Paris dance scene has brought with it it's share of names, but it has also brought a loss of consistency as formerly-underground parties...

Punk News review
13.05.15

Vancouver’s NEEDS (an acronym for Never Ever Ending Destruction of Society) could have started their self titled debut album with an intense, raging declaration of their power...

The Quietus review
22.04.15

Given Mike Greene, aka Fort Romeau's previous home was Not Not Fun's dance-focused 100% Silk imprint, it comes as little surprise that there's something of the hauntological about...

The Quietus review
15.04.15

Berlin's love affair with electronic music, notably (but not exclusively) techno, is rather unique amongst urban party scenes. Obviously, electronic music is the backbone of most...

Clash review
27.03.15

Impressive second album from the Night Slugs producer...

The Quietus review
14.04.15

Dance and experimental producers crossing over into pop territory is nothing new, but the dismissive response given by underground critics and listeners to those who make the jump...

Clash review
02.03.15

A disposable, trap-influenced effort...