Vuurwerk – ‘G.R.I.P. EP’ [Review]

Screen shot 2015-02-09 at 16.43.40G.R.I.P. EP opening track Black Aerial swings through discomfiting moods, a journey from foreboding to relief of a sort via dehumanised urban sexiness and funky bounces laid over threatening synthetic foundations. This EP’s title track traps multiple vocals within Read more…

Posted on 11 February 2015

DNKL – ‘Wolfhour’ [Review]

DNKL-2014-Wolfhour-coverDark, heady synth waves offering moral support to a disarming and vulnerable vocal before an unsettlingly shaky rhythmic base emerges from a nanobot beach; direct and instantly memorable lyrics; a winningly simple melodic line that Kraftwerk would be proud of. All are components of Wolfhour‘s identically-titled opening track. Read more…

Posted on 23 November 2014

Fjokra – ‘Get Amongst It (Falsense Remix)’ [Review]

falsense remix fjokraNobody does poke, bounce, and creepiness quite like Falsense. This remix is by turns complex, sparse, blissful, intense, and immense – and a great track to start your weekend to. Read more…

Posted on 23 August 2014

A Guide To Lazy Habits – Part Two (‘RMX’)

LH_RMX_1600[2][3][1]Click here for Part One.

To review Lazy Habits’ latest release – RMX – I sat on a Northern Line Tube train and got stuck in. I chose this location for two reasons: 1) I could sit down and go through the entire album uninterrupted, and 2) opposite my seat was an unevenly positioned sticker ordering NO EYE CONTACT – PENALTY £200. These were my (mostly unedited) thoughts: Read more…

Posted on 04 February 2014

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