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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Benjamin Finger – Ghost Figures

Beguiling piano motifs haunt an otherworldly dimension as strings resonate in solemn reverie against a superficial backdrop of electronic miasma. Disquiet ensues in the empty spaces between intervallic leaps as the player purposively caresses dormant keys in simple gestures redolent of Satie in one of his more contemplative moments. Dust

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RX-101 – Like Yesterday

An air of nostalgia swathes RX101’s debut record, Like Yesterday, as if like a chance encounter with an old friend, bringing back shared memories of some intangible ghostly past. You inherently know this music, even if you don’t know exactly how. You know it through the hiss of an overdubbed tape, electronics constrained

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Lucy / Rrose – Lotus Eaters

Lucy and Rrose are significant architects in this new paradigm of electronic music. Individually they distort, manipulate and redefine the borders between the avant garde and the dance floor, with music that neither conforms to – nor humours the status quo. They align principally within the idea of Techno as

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Umwelt – Days of Dissent

If Adam Curtis is right and we are indeed living within a broken a system where the economy is a malfunctioning machine its creators don’t understand; democracy is a thinly clad excuse for a war machine; and our reality is just an illusion, then the only acceptable soundtrack to our

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