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This artist is featured in Update #073:
The Best Albums of 2011
As the old year draws to a close, we recap the finest musical moments of 2011. For this update we have selected our favourite full-lengths of the year, and we are making all of these indispensable albums available to you for a special price until January 15, more...
This artist is featured in Update #071:
Martyn, Axel Boman, Sandwell District, Alva Noto
This October has provided us with an abundance of outstanding albums, and it's been harder than ever to pick our release of the month. In the end the accolades had to go to Martyn's brilliant 'Ghost People' full-length, which evolves his sound far beyond the more...
This artist is featured in Update #066:
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...
This artist is featured in Update #059:
Instra:mental, Art Department, Panda Bear
The resurgence of classic electro was a surprising trend this month - check Instra:mental's stunning album below - but really fans of all styles and genres should have something to drool over, with Robag Wruhme, Kode9, Panda Bear, Art Department, Burial, more...
This artist is featured in Update #056:
2562, Hotflush, Kode9
It's only the beginning of the month, but already a surge of hot new dubstep productions has hit us like a blasting heat-wave. 2562 raises the bar for advanced sample-use with his 'Fever' album, Scuba's Hotflush label treats us to an amazing collection of more...
Selected as Artist of week #14
This artist is featured in Podcast #028:
This artist is featured in Feature #136:
Berlin's Club Transmediale Starts Today
The 12th edition of Berlin's unique and radically open-minded music and art festival, Club Transmediale, has been opened yesterday with a much anticipated concert of electronic music legend Morton Subotnik. The 77-year-old composer took to the stage more...
This artist is featured in Update #044:
Essential 2010 Albums Now On Sale
We wish you an amazing 2011! To start the celebrations we have compiled 200 of our favourite albums of 2010 for our biggest ever New Year Sale! From today on until January 16 all selected albums will be available for a special price - including many of the more...
This artist is featured in Podcast #011:
This artist is featured in Update #029:
Total 11, Shed, Matthew Dear
Until very recently August was known as the music industry's 'dead season' - the one month of the year where you could safely pack up and head for the beach without risking to miss any essential releases. This newsletter is proof as to how much times have more...
27 August 2010
Kode9 calls in a favour from his good friends, who happen to be two of dance music's hottest producers, to remix his 'You Don't Wash', taken off his recent DJ-Kicks mix. Martyn's 'Scrub Vocal' and Actress' 'Negril Mix Dub' are pretty much as perfect a pair of remixes that you'll find - highly Recommended!
This artist is featured in Update #027:
Jimmy Edgar, Mount Kimbie, Modeselektor
It's the last day of the month and we trust you have postponed your planned trip to the beach in eager anticipation of our July 2010 Essentials. Traditionally a slow month, July has yet produced a number of outstanding releases that should make your sacrifice more...
Kode9 continues his recent explorations of funky house with this exclusive single for K7!. Save the echoing rave sirens, Spaceape's vocals, and its slightly stumbling groove, 'You Don't Wash' could easily pass as a German deep house production - albeit a very good one!
This artist is featured in Update #026:
Mount Kimbie, ASC, Peverelist
It's all coming apart. For years dubstep has seemed like a field of limitless possibilities, its syncopated rhythms and wobbly basslines lending themselves to endless permutation. All this has changed over the past few months. Where a year ago only the more...