Massive. Soft. Hypnotic. A dream-like theme and a bass that embrace everyone and gives them a bear hug. This is PLUR. Peace, Love, Unity, Respect. Continue reading Jake Kaiser – Introspection: A frictionless glide
I did mention “groovy”? This track rolls on it. Relentless, insisting, repeating yet constantly evolving. Come taste the underground. Continue reading A&V – “Who are you”: Yeah, who?
“Minimalism” is a wave that never reached the breakbeat shores. And thank the gods for that. Still as big, profligate and monstrous as ever. Here’s a fine example. It’s building a massive tower of dirt as it growls up from the ground. A filthy, ugly breaks monster to churn your mining gear into Continue reading Sullik – “Fire”: Gritty beauty
And this track here is an elegant piece of down-tempo, dreamy electronica. Gorgeous stuff. The melody is catchy, the mix is flawless. The arrangement is layered enough to offer new discoveries for many rounds. It’s all in the details. Continue reading William French – “Light”: An illuminating moment
A trembling piano. Soaring voices. Dissonant noises. Is that an air siren I sense in the background? Oh hello there, angst. Continue reading Yokii – “Mind: Angst”: The angst we want to keep
His rhythm is impeccable and with so much pure human soul, in perfect balance with the stripped down electronica soundtrack. The words are as clever as the arrangement, well mixed, well produced, and that surprising intermezzo mid-track… What a find. Continue reading Tatum Gale – “Up2u”: Elegance in simplicity.
Dark and stomping. That’s how we like’em, right? This little gem was released just ten days ago and begs to be injected into a huge PA and exposed to some serious clubbing activity. Continue reading Mafia B – Momentum: Elevates the weekend
a gorgeous blend of house beats, exquisite percussion and harmonic arrangements culminates in a melodic electronica De l’excellence. Continue reading Kidsø – “Scandia”: Debut extraordinaire.
Sit back, kick off your sandals and just enjoy this harmonic, calm atmosphere. Continue reading Nozzlin – “Salvador’s Tigers”: A retrochill trip.