This artist is featured in Update #086:
Drexciya, Night Slugs Allstars, Theo Parrish, Pop Ambient 2013
2013's first month might have started out a bit slow, but in the end a flush of excellent releases should have left none of you cold. Whether it's Theo Parrish's brilliantly experimental house tunes, Kompakt's sublime 'Pop Ambient 2013' or a wealth of great more...
Following on from his recent 'Salmiak' LP, Mark du Mosch appears with an edit of 'Sanctuary' and 'Loss' and more interestingly perhaps, a pumping Syncom Data remix of 'Cold Sweat'. Functional dancefloor fodder for sure.
Holland's Mark du Mosch, six years since his first release, appears with his debut long-player on Syncom Data's label. Familiar techno and house territory, yet he imbues a tingly dark Detroit heritage, twists of dreamy italo and cosmic atmospherics in a heartfelt and wholly cohesive way. Recommended.
This artist is featured in Update #084:
Michael Mayer, Anstam, Daphni, Prins Thomas
Right in time for the Northern Hemisphere's inevitable cool-down, some of our favourite artists are injecting human warmth into their music: Daphni, Juju & Jordash, Prins Thomas, Anstam, Elektro Guzzi - all rely on hand-played drums or unquantised synths to more...
This artist is featured in Update #070:
Modeselektor, Roman Flügel, Four Tet, Joakim
Modeselektor are back! After four years spent with Moderat and setting up their own label the Berlin pranksters return with their eagerly awaited third album, 'Monkeytown'. Don't just stop reading there however, as September was ripe with many more fantastic more...
The first instalment of Moustache's Techno Series by Gesloten Cirkel was a surprise hit, and Mark du Mosch continues its raw and analogue direction with four tracks that combine the industrial strength of Bunker material with jacking Chicago grooves and touches of West Coast neo-disco. Lovely.
This artist is featured in Update #069:
Dexter, Mike Dehnert, 2562, Marcel Dettmann
Here comes a quick run-down of excellent releases that don't fall into a single genre, yet should appeal to anyone with a taste for cutting-edge dance music using elements of Detroit techno, Chicago house and UK dubstep. This is what we feel futuristic more...
This artist is featured in Podcast #033: