• DJ Disrespect – Jamz from the Attic

    reviews techno

    04.09.2021

    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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  • Dubstep: Behind the capitalist cringe word lies a UK scene rooted with anti-war hypnosis of unity through bass

    editorial

    03.09.2021

    Because dubstep hasn’t died for a brief second, but took its beating from the music industry, I’m going to try to defend it and give you an insight of how things were always standing with this specific genre in mind and how the word dubstep ended up being a dirty word in the electronic music scene even today.

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  • Nyctophiliac – Jazz It Up

    reviews trip-hop

    03.09.2021

    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

    02.09.2021

    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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