Conrad Clifton, “Neva Seen (A Broken Heart)”: If this is a breakup, I wanna get broken

“House”. A main genre so wide that it almost becomes a synonym for “music”. Oh come on, it’s pretty darn close. I must have reviewed a hundred tracks now, most of them some sort of variant of house, and still not touched one of the major house flavours: Soul/Disco house. Continue reading Conrad Clifton, “Neva Seen (A Broken Heart)”: If this is a breakup, I wanna get broken

Parsifal, “Still Alive”: Jamming with the best

Here’s a track that’s clearly flirting with the techy side of house, and a really good jam it is also. Cause that’s what it sounds like, an electronic jam session.

Repetitive, sure, but all thanks to the various filters and little details along the way, delicately sprinkled to give us an almost organic experience and because the hook itself is just so darn catchy, it doesn’t become repetitious. Just groovy. So perfect. Continue reading Parsifal, “Still Alive”: Jamming with the best

M3DIUM – “Saturn Funk”: When the shit hits the funk

Here’s a track so satisfyingly unpretentious, so charmingly shallow, a track that only sets out to move our asses. A basic progression is done throughout the track, but in essence it stays the same.
The audio image is not overloaded with all sorts of details, it’s the beat track, a bass line, and spice on top. Classic club track formula. Continue reading M3DIUM – “Saturn Funk”: When the shit hits the funk