Being odd is purely good in our neck of woods. And these tracks are really not easy to pin into one particular bag, and are overflowing with creativity.
Come on guys, let’s take a walk on the wild side. Continue reading Double Oddball Special: Cinematic moments ahead!
Here’s two tracks that are quite different by nature, but share a common futuristic and dark atmosphere. And they are both created by British artists.
So, a double Brit! Continue reading Double Brit: The dark future depicted
Oh hello there, darkness. Please, allow me to introduce you to sir Pompous. You two will go well together.
As proven by today’s pick. A raw, dramatic and industrial atmosphere filled with chaos and despair. One of the most cinematic tracks I’ve heard in a long time! Continue reading LudoWic & Moneõ – “Memory Loss”: The cyberpunked neighbourhood
Sunday. A day off for me, usually. But I just felt like sharing a couple of gorgeous, calm tracks that I’ve discovered lately.
And just so you are properly prepared: I’m taking you to the electronica outskirts now. Some pretty trippy sceneries are coming up. Continue reading Sunday Session: An IDM trip
It’s not many days since I last did an “double oddball feature”, but I just have to do another; this time a sci-fi special!
Here’s one rather odd instrumental consisting of essentially just sequences, while the other is nothing but a voice. Yes, that’s it.
And both are quite intriguing. Continue reading USE, “Test” & Drosophila, “Stingwise”: Futuristic experiments
It’s been a lot of dark and deep lately. Not that there can ever be too much of the dark and deep, but to spice things up I’ve found two tracks that really brightens up the mix during a Beatradar week. Continue reading Twice as FUN: A lighthearted double feature!
I’ve collected two very dramatic and cinematic narratives for this double feature.
One Swedish duo that lives how they sound, and an American who shows me his post-apocalyptic organ. Continue reading Ittna, “Serpent” & Sunset Exotic, “Sunken”: Two exotic narratives
A new double feature! This time two tracks that both categorise themselves as “Leftfield Bass”. They are quite different in mood – but equally brim full of creativity.
Continue reading Ancona, “Chamber” and LSMarley, “Self”: Fascinating moments of creativity
The intro gives a fair warning: The hoover synth glides into the scene, first known from the massive ’91 rave hit “Dominator” by Human Resource. This is gonna be hard, dark and intense.
And it is. But not in an uptempo way – quite the contrary. Continue reading SHADES, “Two One Six”: The enemy within