Trikk – Abstract Language

Man Make Music delves further into that hazy world between Techno and House with its latest release from Trikk, In the spirit of labels like AUS, L.I.E.S and Feel My Bicep George Fitzgerald’s adolescent label, brings an indefinable edge to House music. It bridges the gap again between dance music’s patriarchal roots where Techno and House

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Cosmin TRG – III

“Later as he sat on his balcony eating the dog. Dr Robert Laing reflected on the unusual events that had taken place within this huge apartment building the previous three months” The upper resonances of Cosmin TRG’s Sever add to the evocative scene in filtered percussive elements and a mysterious

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Viers – Dissipate / SMS

Naked Naked is fast becoming a label that effortlessly exists on its own terms by delivering releases tailored for the dance floor, DJ tools that would work in the big room scenario as much as the underground. It’s something Ben Westbeech (Breach) has said he doesn’t have to work that hard

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Cassini – Proximity

There seems like there can’t be too much of a good thing with Olly Stork. As one half of 2nd Sun he’s already laid an impressive claim to his talent with two releases on Liar’s Tessier Ashpool, but it hasn’t stopped the UK producer from venturing out on his own too.

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Visionist – Safe

It’s taken Louis Carnell some time to find his true artistic voice as Visionist. His first few releases, although visionary in their own right, were innocent Grime works, finding their feet in the dissolution of Dubstep in London. Louis’ work as Visionist was the product of a newborn scene growing

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Leaveme – Years

After a string of singles released via his bandcamp account, Sigurd Ytre-Arne has taken to the album format for the first time as his Leaveme alias. Years weaves these tracks and more into an artificial narrative that spans the course of the album. The viscerally magnificent soundscapes float into each

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Syntax Erik – I can feel you

Syntax Erik represents a new school of thinking from the Norwegian electronic music artist. He and the likes of De Fantastisk To are paving the way forward to communicable dance music with an emphasis on entrancing melodies and evocative progressions in a modern, minimalist context. Without doing away with dance

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Lo Shea – Oxygen Lance

The hollow kicks and syncopated hats on Lo Shea’s, Oxygen Lance immediately transport me back to 2010 and to the likes of Joy o and Boddika appropriating Tech-House for the disenfranchised dub-step generation. The submissive rumble of a modulating triangle wave, stirring the development into frenzy, pokes out amongst the

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