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Face + Heel : My Medyk
Brit duo Face + Heel, Luke Taylor and Sinead McMillan, tap some mystic territory with experimental sets from their recent material The Jennifer/Jessica Quartet.   The two are seasoned in digital instrumentation and vocal work and have been at it since 2012 with their first EP No Stars (Warm Records). As most of their materials […]

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Xinobi : 1975
Portuguese producer Bruno Cardoso, aka Xinobi, has released his much anticipated debut album “1975? via Discotexas, and it does not disappoint in the slightest.   Then ten track LP blurs the lines of genre and delivers on many levels, morphing elements of disco, rock, house, and more into his own frontier of sonic progressions. Each […]

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Elderbrook : Could
UK-based multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Alexander Kotz aka Elderbrook returns to us with his latest work “Could”. The 20-year-old has already shown serious promise with consistently relevant and yet distinct structured compositions built around his voice and

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Dwig : Big Tales
Newcomer German Techno/House producer Dwig aka Die Wiese Im Garten connect with something quite fresh and impressionable to the ear on their latest release via the tastemaker Berlin/Cologne based collective Laut & Luise.   The bluesy juxtaposed house/techno record, with unexpected electronic stabs and lurking silence between spliced samples, pieces together a forward-thinking flavor and […]

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Kiasmos : Burnt
The delicate and masterful “Burnt” comes off of Nordic duo Kiasmos‘ forthcoming self-titled debut which will be release via the ever so reliable Erased Tapes Records on October 27th.   The Icelandic pair comprised of Janus Rasmussen and Ólafur Arnalds, who has been widely praised for his classical piano compositions lending them even to soundtrack […]

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AlunaGeorge : Supernatural
AlunaGeorge, coming off a hugely successful 2013 and debut album ‘Body Parts’ via Island/Vagrant, are back at it and word is out they are in studio working on their follow-up album.   “Supernatural” brings forth a bit of a more uptempo vibe than we’ve come to expect from the innovative UK electropop duo but catches […]

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Royksopp : Skulls
Norwegian electronic wonder duo, Royksopp, comprised of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland, are back for their victory lap fifth and final “traditional” album, ‘The Inevitable Truth’ which will arrive on November 11th via Cherrytree/Interscope.   Over the past decade they have brought their unique and dynamic blend of pop and electronic brilliance to our households […]

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Flight Facilities : Two Bodies
It feels like it’s been a minute since we’ve last heard from Flight Facilities and with good reason. The Aussie duo has been busy in-studio putting the finishing touches on their debut EP “Down to Earth” slated to release on October 24th in Australia by currently on fire label Future Classic and in the US […]

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KinKid: Colorine Album
The electronic beats from the independent scene of Rio de Janeiro won over a good rep with the debut album from producer Kinkid, also known as Jose Hesse.   Colorine is

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Flying Lotus Scores Short Film A Portrait of Noomi Rapace
Flying Lotus emerged on the scene yesterday with a masterful score for short film, A Portrait of Noomi Rapace presented by Nowness. The Aitor Throup directed piece is a eye capturing documentation of his subject, taking place over 7 self contained short acts with a separate song to accompany each.   Just as we are […]