Monday, 15 September
"Maurizio Bianchi's unreleased 2-track album entitled, 'Teknoise'. Originally recorded in August 1980 this album has never been released in any format and is an extremely rare artifact from Maurizio's collection. Two long tracks, 'Tek' and 'Noise', deliver that unique sound that M.B. has made his own. Primitive drum machines pulse over sinister analogue synths, that create an unsettling atmosphere, perhaps only the true Italian master of Industrial and Musique Concrete could ever create."
Warm and breezy Teutonic electronica session featuring members of Denseland, Paloma and Tosca.
Debut of quicksilver UK R&B/garage from Bristol's Admin. Check for the humid tribal house of Neat's 'No Reason' remix.
"South Carolina-born and now Boston-based 20 year old Dylan Scheer is above all else mischievous in her negotiations with techno and house. Dizzy, dark but extremely funky, Via App’s “Dangerous Game” goes deep in the most manic and precarious of ways. As a visual artist interested in recontextualizing sounds that function to synthesize hype/excitement, “Dangerous Game” turns out a mixture of sludgey, textural techno and more paired back four-to-the-floor tracks that build off of traditional forms and flirt with outsider dance vibes for multi-layered zone of playful subversion. Jacked on n… Read more
A cosmopolitan collection of remixes for Dennis Kaun's DJ Kaos alias. Highlights include Elitechnique's suave remix of 'Kosmicher Rückenwind', the rugged funk of Arttu's 'On and On' version, and a well frisked latino disco rework of 'Cerebral' by Brennan Green and Liquid Liquid legend Salvatore Principato.
"Merging the energy of funk and the innovation of jazz into a lush and heady brew, Elusive presents his new album: Blue Blanc. A colorful fusion of simple chaos and loopy hooks, Blue Blanc ignites the brain with a stimulating dose of classic beat music. Elusive mixes several decades of samples with finesse, from warm, soulful vocals to icy 8-bits. Loose clicks and hesitant crashes gather together with flinty slivers of beats. Off-kilter cadences gel with rich synthetics dipped in sonic honey, creating an abundant audio landscape with a distinct Los Angeles personality. “Fly Me to the Moon” la… Read more
Percolating Kuduro styles. Rampin' snares and brassy funk in 'Ragged Bulls'; craftier Cumbia triplet styles in 'Twitch'.
"“Do It (Right)” is the newest single to get released from Shit Robot’s second LP ‘We Got A Love’. The single features hip house music legend Lidell Townsell on vocals. Townsell is best known for his ubiquitous crossover club hits “Nu Nu” and “Get With You” from 1992, as well as many 12” singles on legendary Chicago house label Trax Records. The remixes for the single come courtesy of BareSkin (Hypercolour) & Glasgow’s Lord of the Isles. Also included in the remix package is a fittingly retro and soulful rework of the original song by Lidell Townsell himself, adding a… Read more