• Locked Club – Egipet

    electro reviews techno


    The Russian electro-punk duo ‘Locked Club’ have been setting up the stage for distorted and electrified electro since their debut with the “Forever Punk” EP back in 2017.

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  • Fearful & Mtwn – Exordium

    alternative-electronics drum-bass reviews


    Fearful & Mtwn have twinned to create an LP with very tense and dark atmosphere that gives its narrative, with a lot of rhythm plays and surprises along its ways.

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  • Overshift – Of Light and Shade

    reviews techno


    “Techno”. Say the word and most people’s thoughts turn to visions of light sticks, Ecstasy, and dumb costumes. Having been to countless raves myself, I get it. However, since the birth of rave so many years ago, the “techno” umbrella has spread to cover a host of different sounds. For example, “minimal techno”, where today’s pick kicks things off.

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  • Schwefelgelb – Dahinter Das Gesicht

    reviews techno


    Rhythmic and repetitive (in a good way), this EP practices some heavy 80s and 90s industrial worship.

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  • Cults Experienced: Techno Animal – The Brotherhood Of The Bomb

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    When you’re angry or perhaps something bothers you, you may choose to subside your anger with a pill of diazepam or some other stronger benzodiazepine prescribed from your doctor, or you can play music that channels those feelings and magically evaporate them through adrenaline, head-nodding and a smile that never goes away.

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  • DJ Disrespect – Jamz from the Attic

    reviews techno


    Frankfurt based DJ Disrespect drops a four-track EP entitled Jamz from the Attic for Italian label Scum Collective. One might ask himself what the heck can you actually write about straightforward techno? It isn’t innovative, it’s straightforward and it just bangs, right? Right… Not at all actually. Especially when it comes to DJ Disrespect, things were never so simple to start with.

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  • Nyctophiliac – Jazz It Up

    reviews trip-hop


    Nyctophiliac is the alter-ego of Aleksandar Stojanovski, our co-founder and an excellent trip-hop crafter from Skopje that sound can be explained as he’s the messiah of the dark and gloomy jazz nights since his first debut with “Dark Side of the Mental” back in 2016 until his prior release “Everyday Existence” released last year; however with “Jazz It Up” he unfolds a previously unknown sonic universe to us and decided to shed the beams of lights through the magic of music.

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  • The Bug – Fire

    illbient reviews


    Kevin Martin pushes another apocalyptic LP on Ninja Tune entitled Fire, that seems to have its artillery indefinite, and without any sacrifices on his side of power whatsoever.

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  • DJ Bazootka – Leather Coated Bitch

    reviews techno


    Leather Coated Bitch is the latest offering from the Balkans blitzkrieg brutalist DJ Bazootka – an inferno of collective entities; cross-weaving the stylizations of ghettotek, Detroit, Dutch punk techno and smoked out brain-danced inflections.

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  • SÆDEM – Portae Inferni

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    How much bang would you like? Yes.

    Since the beginning of quarantine artists have been releasing more music then before to at least try to stay afloat and continue with their love. And it feels like more than ever before that many releases get lost in the algorithm. This had almost happened with the latest SÆDEM release. Luckily, if one searches for current bangers themselves, rather than letting machines choose what you might like, you will be able to trace down gems like this one.

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