17 April 2013
A ridiculous release. Not a clue who or what Watkins & Almadovar
are but their sound is heavy. Check this if you like Container.
This is a happy little tune. Could easily have become something that sounded too polished, but it's perfectly executed.
30 March 2013
I do not know if I can find the time any more.
Tabernacle Records is probably the most consistently surprising, inventive and above all impressive labels around. This is a leftfield masterpiece by Paul Mitchell.
Streetwalker's Future Fusion
holds up incredibly well as an LP, too easily the length and quantity of tracks could spoil the enjoyment but this just flows amazingly well, you will not get tired of this LP easily at all. Expect a lot of quirky analog sounds. RIYL FRAK.
OWL001. Delicious vocal samples and deep house groove. Mysterious.
Loopy Dutch greatness ;)
The pace and vocals on this track make it a winner, there's also a great Dapayk remix. Soundtrack techno.
112 bpm. Yum
Stanislav Tolkachev just keeps blowing me away with the quality of his music. This new one on Mike Parker's Geophone label is mindblowing.
28 February 2013
6 January 2013
A selection of old and new. Coppice Halifax creates some stunning work aided by only a Sega Dreamcast. Baby Ford and co with a minimal delight from 1998 as Birds. New heat on L.I.E.S. by Samo DJ and a track from last years other label of choice by many, PAN. Tommy Vicari Jnr. with some forward thinking dance music as ever. A 15-minute epic by the Acid Mercenaries (guess their genre). An absolute beauty from Gys' 2003 album Art D'echo. Re-issued cold-wave by Shoc Corridor, there's some cracking remixes on that. And to finish, some lush tech house by Avatism from a few years back.
20 December 2012
Some sincerity and no end of year lists. Every track posted on here over the last year has been posted without bias and for of the love for it's individual sound, so a massive thanks must go to all of the fantastic musicians for their inspired sounds, past, present and no doubt future, without them this blog would never have existed. Likewise for the imagery used and it's unique and captivating qualities, a big thanks to all artists. And to you, the reader, the biggest thanks of all. I'd have given up a long time ago without you.
Historia y Violencia continues to push out some really great grooves, one of which being this by the formidable Santiago Salazar.
I've been raiding the Eevo Lute back catalogue for some time now, here's just a couple from 1991 and 2005 respectively
The mystery of lost cassette tape music gathers apace once more with the tragic love story of the late S Olbricht
29 November 2012
Pic: Kai Nodland
Sorry for the lack of updates the past few weeks. We all get busy. Onwards with some dubby grooves, bottomless techno and euphoric twinkles.
5 November 2012
The last Full Panda release by Yuka and Stanislav Tolkachev
is some serious quality, with the prolific Tolkachev yet again managing to hypnotise like no other.
Magnificent tracks from the two Special Request EP
's out earlier in the year. The raw power of the Warehouse Mix will send shivers down your spine. The intricacies of KM/MM will leave you astounded.
26 October 2012
Just real good dance music
Get down with some brilliant old German and Japanese pop
24 October 2012
Wilderness listening. Ambient/Drone/Experimental
21 October 2012
Pic: Karin Bauer
Back in business playlist. Some euphoria on Mirau. Wistful downtempo by Cale Parks and gloomy ambience from 1991. The distingusihed voice of Jacques C. 2006 Elektronische Muskik on Traum. And crazed electro to finish. Wuzza.
5 October 2012
Pic: James Zambra
Incredible electronic workouts from the late sixties to early eighties. The stories of miles and miles of tape reel are testament to the amount of effort that went into these early electronic experiments
If library music ain't your thing here's an ultra modern electro cut from Echo 106 on Lux Rec
, a label with real form for this kind of stuff, check!