Direct Y – The Electric Sheep

It has always been my intention to explore the vast underbelly of electronic music, the infinite black hole of artists lurking in the shadows, while their more successful counterparts enjoy the spotlight from big publishers. I’ve continuously favoured the underground and I dedicated this website to sing its praises whenever

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Dusky – Love taking over

Dusky’s Nobody Else EP on Aus, still makes regular appearances in my playlists and whenever I get the chance to DJ, which happens rarely today, any track from that release is essential in avoiding a lull on the dance floor, comprehensively. Dusky’s tracks are always party-starters and their memorable hooks

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Will Saul – Pedal Power / Valhalla

Fresh off the heels of his !K7 mix, Will Saul returns to his own AUS label with a refreshing change from the paint-by-numbers house that’s recently featured in its catalogue. Don’t mistake it for the pop-bordering vocal house of Saul’s Close project either, because Pedal Power and Valhalla are destined

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Why do the heathens rage?

We’ve been waiting 10 years for The Soft Pink Truth to release a follow-up to the career defining, Do you want new wave, or do you want The Soft Pink Truth? At even the slightest hint that Matmos was considering a break from recording and touring, our hopes would swell

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Akkord – HTH020

When DJ Mozart and Daniele Baldelli were spinning their slowed down interpretation of Balearic House back in the 80’s, heroin was the drug of choice and its effects was the perfect accompaniment to the down tempo music coming from the Mediterranean coast for a whole generation. The drug has hardly

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