The arrival of March brings us much closer to the blossoms of spring, and of course exciting new albums, releases, and remixes in the likes of Konduku, Gacha Bakradze, New Jackson, Mano Le Tough, Smallpeople, JMII, Black Light Smoke, Felix Leifur, Mark Du Mosch, Birds Ov Paradise and Golden Baby.
What is the sound of the end? How does one acoustically convey that something is over? Computers have had a shutdown sound; movies play a melody while rolling credits and even the end of human life has a sound attached to it, courtesy of Chopin
We've hand-picked the ten favorite tracks of January featuring such luminary producers as Joannes, Russian Chandeliers, DJ Octopus, TR One, Huerta, Ninos Du Brasil, Aera, Theus Mago, Local Suicide, Working Titles, Vidall, FIT Siegel and Kassem Mosse
With the month of December focused on voting for the favorite album or artist of the past twelvemonth, selecting the best and most memorable underground electronic music tracks and discussing the biggest surprises, controversies and the greatest moments in dance music, it is fair to say that 2018 was an excellent year for electronic music; and December, in particular, is an outstanding month in release delivery closing this year in style.
Munich’s widely respected Compost Records will celebrate their 25th year of an extraordinary musical journey as a record label with a release of a mighty anniversary “25 Compost Records” boxset in early 2019.
Claudio Coccoluto, Italian DJ and producer, & Blue Mondays ,a project of Alex Ferrazzi and Keeman, deliver an amazing jazz infused electronica sound with their new track “curved” being featured on the Cross Vault Ep II, the second piece of style from Buttress house.
Leipzig-based KANN Records may celebrate a lot of jubilees this year. Celebrating a decade of music with a label showcase tour and a magnificent 15 track “Family Horror X” compilation, KANN’s kaleidoscopic musical journey through 2018 culminates with another gorgeous mini compilation
After making quite a splash with the exquisitely crafted debut double album titled Één, the newly formed Dutch collective De Lichting is back for their second release named Twee - four carefully curated sides of vinyl covering a broad scale of the electronic spectrum from ambient to house, techno and more experimental forms