An Interview with Mono Junk

Google, Imatra Finland. The screen projects a mural of picturesque views, snow-capped furs, bavarian-style castles, billowing rivers in autumn and scenic forest landscapes. Like something from a Grimm Brothers fairy tale, there’s something incredibly surreal and yet completely tangible about the Finnish hamlet from the computer screen. It’s the kind

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Resonant Sounds – November

In a musical landscape constantly dominated by hype, trend and the persistence of issuing control from a select few media outlets, we believe our role is to delve a little further and dig a little deeper to find the rarefied gems that operate at a subterranean level. The records often

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Suryummy – Photon Slobber

In the immediate future, nostalgia resides. It’s our future in retrospect, almost concrete but still exotic enough for uncertainty to remain. It’s here where Emmett Feldman’s Suryummy project lives, a musical construct that retrofits the future with a sound from an intangible past, intangible because it’s never existed. Surryummy occupies

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Kingdom Come: A beige noise

I haven’t felt this dismayed about electronic club music since House music moved into “lounge” bars in the summer of 2004 and joined forces with jazz in one of the genres more shadowy periods. It was a summer fedora-wearing pseudo boho chic “artists” forcing an improvised pedestrian saxophone, or some

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Resonant Sounds – September

We err on the dark side, with beats bearing teeth and sonic landscapes that’s dark and ominous in their delivery. These are the records forged in the brimstone basin of perdition, delivering punishing blow after blow and negating the obvious without straining the listener’s conscious capacity. These are records made

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Marc Kate – Deface

A dissonant miasmic drone sweeps across Marc Kate’s Deface reducing the sharpened peaks and jagged troughs of his source material to a innocuous wispy ebb. The album hides an uncomfortable eerie dissonance in its sonic wake with the Californian artist yet again examining some socio-political discourse through his music. A

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