M.K.R. – Unfolding Spaces

Unfolding Spaces  is the latest release from the vaults of Rome’s artistic collective, Stochastic Resonance. The release sees M.K.R. delve into ideas behind “‘shareable multi-properties in the multi-personalities of the individual’, in which the expression of an original concept is recovered, blended, revisited, personalised and finally re-proposed.” The artist interprets this idea in 9 original tracks, with many of them

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Ital – Toxic Work Environment

An unrelenting repetitive kick puts the listener in a trance-like state, while synthetic tones breach their subterranean dimensions, clouded in a noisy aura as they counter with a forceful legato. They swath everything in a thin layer of dust, enough to add a deeper dimension to the kicks monotonous drone

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Femme En Fourrure – Smell

If you’ve been following the career of Femme En Fourrure thus far you’d have come in contact with a group that display eclectic nuances in their music without losing the rarefied value that’s at the heart of their sound. Even after the role of lead vocalist changed to Sandra Tervonen

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Braille – Mute Swan

If you are familiar with Praveen Sharma’s Braille moniker, the meer mention of the name might incite an immediate association with dance floor tunes that hover around the house clique with some extra focus on the lower end of the frequency spectrum. You might be forgiven then if you think that

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2nd Sun – Quanta

When we interviewed Liar a few weeks back, we got a detailed insight into the Tessier-Ashpool Corporation and what makes it tick. We found that at the heart of the label lies an emphasis on ‘quality, sophistication, and futurism’, qualities that the label explores through a machine music doctrine. It

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Leafcutter John – Resurrection

Leafcutter John’s latest album Resurrection chimes in with a sonorous bell, swept forward through layers of resonating frequencies, leaving a wave of serenity in its wake. It’s John Barton’s his first solo work as this alias since 2006’s The Forrest and the Sea and it makes an indubitable impression in

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Night Musik – Transit

Crawling through the nocturnal underbelly of places like Berlin and Tokyo while on tour with the Dirty Beaches, multi-instrumentalist Shub Roy was inspired to turn these experiences into music. A solo project, Night Musik was born and Transit was the result. The EP – or mini album if you like

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Pearson Sound – Pearson Sound

“(Music should) accommodate many levels of listening attention without enforcing one in particular; it must be as ignorable as it is interesting.” Brian Eno’s quote has been widely used to describe ambient compositions in the past, but it’s a quote that should be applied to all music today. Music should

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