Om Unit – Torchlight Vol.1

Om Unit makes his solo first appearance on his own Cosmic Bridge Records, with a sound that is inherently Om Unit. The UK producer continues his explorations in the breakbeat, from the perspective of the 160BPM  platform, while venturing into the vast electronic possibilities of the future for Torchlight Vol.1. The half-time approach retards

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Mutual Friend – Perfection

Raul Vlădău is heading up the charge on Tessier Ashpool Recording’s Cyber Grime Division, with Perfection as Mutual Friend. The debut EP is at home on what is fast becoming an exclusive outlet for functionalist dance music from the future perspective of electro and bass from Liar and selected friends. It finds Mutual

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M.E.S.H. – Piteous Gate

Watching James Whipple’s career as M.E.S.H. unfold has been analogous to uncovering a conspiracy theory. The more you scratch at the surface of this new piece information, the more intricate the rabbit hole reveals itself to be. It’s a slow process of discovery, as you have to delve deeper into

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Young Palace – Locus

Young Palace finds a rare innocence in music created in the perplexing world of experimental electronics. Beatific moments of unique introspective explorations always seem to find their way through the elements that squeak and strain with the harsh tonal attitude of industrialised electronic textures. Characterised by the inventive nature of

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Trulz & Robin – Agent Acid

Trulz & Robin have recently spliced their combined eclectic personality into discrete parts that venture into the different elements of electronic music that make up Trulz & Robin. From Disco to Electro, the duo are releasing a bulk of music that explores the extremes of their personalities. Cymawax plays host to T&R’s, Techno and Acid Jekyll

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Apple Music – An obvious billboard

There’s something sinister lurking behind Apple Music. On the third day of my trial subscription, I have roughly listened to… ah well zero music from the new application, but yet looking through the recommendations it has for me, it was surprisingly accurate. My selections from those irritatingly limited choices that

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Hauntologists – Hauntologists

Writer Mark Firsher suggests Hauntology is a term that describes the sense of the present haunted by the “lost futures” of modernity, in which the artist is deprived of the resources to create something new. In Stefan Schneider and Jay Ahern’s debut LP as Hauntolgists there is an element of truth

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Acronym – June

Continuity. It’s something that eludes many artists when they approach the album format in the House and Techno genres. Most opt for directing the focus on a few key dance floor wonders and fill out the rest with the padding of a beat-less track. This is certainly not the case

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