HVOB is an Austrian duo consisting of Paul Wallner and Anna Müller, and are regularly doing shows across Europe. So they are a bit further on their career than what I usually look for. Their sound is minimalistic, but not simple. Just enough layers, and enough polish, to make a lot out of a little. And that is exactly what I want to show you all here. Continue reading HVOB, “Bloom”: A flower so tender
I do try to push myself a little when writing for this blog. However, sometimes I grab the chance to retract back to my hood. To the darker side of the pond, where the deeper flavours of house and techno resides.
This track is a good demonstration of why the genre “progressive house” is so damn persistent. Continue reading REEON, “Sector”: The deep sector, where we belong
Time to go down deep and progressive again. Here’s a track from the darker districts of house.
Gorgeously repetitive yet evolving, a dark club groove that lifts you to that state of trance that all real clubbers relentlessly seek. Continue reading Daiju – Creatures Of The Night: Nocturnal moment of groove
A harmonic, melodic and almost ambient theme, peacefully floating on top of a solid groove. That’s how I’d describe today’s track in a handful of words. Continue reading Alembia – “Continuum (dub)”: A Solid Travel On Abstract Grounds
The flow is just so effortless in this one. Never too insisting, if you want to let it slip into the background you can do so without it complaining. And if you do pay attention, you’re almost guaranteed to enter a peaceful state of mind.
This is THC in audio form. A class act from start to finish. Continue reading Elpine – “Veil”: Deep, Deeper, Elpine
Constantly rolling, eating its way through your consciousness in that captivating, almost hypnotising way that good club music really is all about. Continue reading Marco Rovere – “Yondu Udonta”: Dark, hypnotic hybrid
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?