We need more beats in our lives. And considering the name of this blog we should take responsibility in bringing you a new bouquet of really good ones. So come join us in our Underground House Bunker. Continue reading The Underground House Bunker #8
Time to head down to where time stands still and the sun never shines. Time to dive into our underground house bunker. Here’s two recent findings that House DJs out there might want to take a good listen to. These will hit home with the right crowds! Continue reading The Underground House Bunker #7
Two tracks of a lovely underground house bunker vibe. Still, it’s quite the span between them! Who’s your favourite? Continue reading The Underground House Bunker #5
I’ve been building a new playlist over the last few months, where I collect tracks that holds that distinct underground vibe. Ergo repetitive, groovy, hypnotic and minimal wonders of the underground.
Here’s three recent additions to that list!
Continue reading The Underground House Bunker #4
We’ll go deep down underground today. Down where the mainstream flares never reach. This is for those in the know. In the wee hours of the morning. Surrounded by air they can cut cupcakes out of. Continue reading The Underground House Bunker
Here’s an abstract piece I found quite interesting. Hardly described as “accessible”, and not easy to tag when it comes to genre either, but with a unique flavour of… I don’t know? Techno, perhaps? Blended with ambient? Would that make you any wiser? Continue reading B.Negativ, “Alkaloids”: A strange journey ahead
There’s a lot about the underground part of the electronica landscape to love. The inventive, individualistic, often uncompromising approach to music making. It’s the sound of freedom! No less.
And that brings me to this artist, Odd XX and his production “Restart”. Continue reading Odd XX, “Restart”: Celebrating the odd
I listen to a lot of music for this blog during a week in search for the gems. And sometimes I do worry if I am too lazy in the process.
Cause what about the kind of musicians that can’t be judged within a minute, but needs to grow on you?
Today I want to show you a track that could very well have been one of those I threw out of the window in my search for instant gratification. Continue reading Bels Lontano, “Tumbleweed”: The oddball we almost missed