• Julian Fane - Our New Quarters

    Reviewed by Rockrolla

    <b> Julian Fane </b> - Our New Quarters

    Lush synths, strings, beats, high pitched processed vocals and a gentle touch from the Vancouver-based Fane, with just enough post-rock melancholy to raiseit from the clutches neither-here-nor-there ennui. The missing link between Anticon and Radiohead.

  • The electronic musical maestro returns with a somewhat mixed new album

    µ-Ziq - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Reviewed by subba-culture

    <b> µ-Ziq </b> - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Mike Paradinas AKA Mu-Ziq AKA Kid Spatula etc can rightly take his place as one of the major players in modern British electronica. Just like Richard D. James, Paradinas has inspired and influenced a whole generation of electronic artists. In doing so he has also created some of the greatest electronic music of all time. The debut Mu-Ziq record - Tango N’ Vectif in 1993 - can rightly be considered one of the classic albums amongst the genre. His style mixed
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  • The Gasman - Love Collection

    Reviewed by Chain D.L.K

    The Gasman - Love Collection

    Personal project of Christopher Reeves, The Gasman delivers a new album titled LOVE COLLECTION. It is strange to think about a break-beat love collection but The Gasman on tracks like “Vigor”, the following “Cubicle”, “Parts" or the closing "Flounce 2" is capable of creating a smooth blend of styles that sound relaxing but having a good amount of energy at the same time. The tracks spans from semi ambient rhythmical compositions to tracks that are more
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  • Distance - Fallen (Vex'd Remix)

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    Distance - Fallen (Vex'd Remix)

    The long awaited return of Distance, here re-releasing his lost-classic "Fallen" (originally released on Boka a couple of years back) with the massively anticipated remix from Vex'd on the flip. The original is probably the most atmospheric thing we've heard from Distance so far - dense strings build the layers up in a surprisingly cinematic fashion with the immensely spacious and smart production offering up a bassline that, for once, doesn't really do what you
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