Black Strobe member Arnaud Rebotini releases his second album, putting his vintage machines to excellent use in an album of vivacious gothic electro, rotating in moods of ambient, kosmische, trance and disco. Souped up with synths and in a finely balanced nostalgic-futuristic style, a very enjoyable listen.
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This Year's Best Albums For A Special Price
A hot and long summer finally at our doorstep, it is once again time to appreciate the best music of the year so far in our Summer Sale 2011! From Moebius to Moby, from the deepest electronic underground to chart-topping heights, 150 of our favourite albums more...
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Mark E, Vladislav Delay Quartet, Tiger & Woods
The past month of May provided us with a release schedule almost as erratic as the weather, but sticking to our monthly essentials should keep you on the safe side in terms of musical quality. Outstanding artist albums from Mark E, Dominik Eulberg and more...
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Hardfloor & E.R.P., Dexter, Versalife
Hot on the heels of Instra:mental's 'Resolution 653', our favourite album last month, we present a round-up of excellent electro-inspired releases this week, backing up our claims of an impending resurgence of the classic genre. Take acid legends Hardfloor more...
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Wolfram, Zodiac Free Arts Club, Gatto Fritto
Whether you'll be spending your Easter holidays on a sunny beach or on a darkened dance-floor, our selection this week should have something in store for you: Cosmic electronica from the likes of Argy (under his new Zodiac Free Arts Club guise), Conrad more...
Black Strobe's Arnaud Rebotini kicks off his new label with 'Personal Dictator', nicely contrasting harsh rave noises with a minimalistic new wave vibe and synthetic choirs. Less restrained remixes come from Mixhell, Motor and The Hacker, while bonus track 'Twilight Of Gods' offers mellower disco delights.