Category Archives: Electronic

Galya Bisengalieva ~ EP Two

Boomkat is right.  If you’re subscribed to Boomkat’s mailing list, you’ve likely read the glowing review of Galya Bisengalieva‘s EP Two.  But as Boomkat’s intent is to sell records, should we trust the site’s exuberance?  In this case, yes. The Kazakh/British violinist

Galya Bisengalieva ~ EP Two

Boomkat is right.  If you’re subscribed to Boomkat’s mailing list, you’ve likely read the glowing review of Galya Bisengalieva‘s EP Two.  But as Boomkat’s intent is to sell records, should we trust the site’s exuberance?  In this case, yes. The Kazakh/British violinist

CORIN ~ Manifest

The Melbourne producer CORIN calls Manifest her “cyberpunk tribute,” and the tag is apt; this is some powerful electronic body music.  The artist has been honing her craft over the past few years with a series of EPs and performances.  Her debut album is

CORIN ~ Manifest

The Melbourne producer CORIN calls Manifest her “cyberpunk tribute,” and the tag is apt; this is some powerful electronic body music.  The artist has been honing her craft over the past few years with a series of EPs and performances.  Her debut album is

Craven Faults ~ Netherfield Works / Springhead Works / Nunroyd Works

Three years, three 12″ records, a trilogy now complete.  Craven Faults has been scribing a sonic travelogue in turquoise and silver, an impression of Yorkshire and beyond, informed by memories imagined and recalled.  There’s an air of mystery around the artist, seen

Craven Faults ~ Netherfield Works / Springhead Works / Nunroyd Works

Three years, three 12″ records, a trilogy now complete.  Craven Faults has been scribing a sonic travelogue in turquoise and silver, an impression of Yorkshire and beyond, informed by memories imagined and recalled.  There’s an air of mystery around the artist, seen

Elma Orkestra & Ryan Vail ~ Borders

We’ve already reviewed a wealth of Brexit-related albums this year, from The Matthew Herbert Big Band’s The State Between Us to Richard Luke’s Glass Island to Chris Weeks’ Borders to Richard Skelton’s wider-themed Border Ballads.  Each of these has a distinctive tone, ranging

Elma Orkestra & Ryan Vail ~ Borders

We’ve already reviewed a wealth of Brexit-related albums this year, from The Matthew Herbert Big Band’s The State Between Us to Richard Luke’s Glass Island to Chris Weeks’ Borders to Richard Skelton’s wider-themed Border Ballads.  Each of these has a distinctive tone, ranging

Komodo Kollektif ~ Sundada

When one hears the phrase “trance music,” one likely thinks of a bouncy club genre.  But there’s another, far deeper type of trance music whose roots lie in complex indigenous ceremonies.  This is the territory occupied by Glasgow’s Komodo Kollektif. 

Komodo Kollektif ~ Sundada

When one hears the phrase “trance music,” one likely thinks of a bouncy club genre.  But there’s another, far deeper type of trance music whose roots lie in complex indigenous ceremonies.  This is the territory occupied by Glasgow’s Komodo Kollektif. 

V/A ~ Bleeps, Beats & Bass 2

Basserk Records is back with a second installment of Bleeps, Beats & Bass, but this time they’ve upped the ante.  The new release can be worn as a sweatshirt (available in white or black)!  With this promotion ~ thanks to Amsterdam partners

V/A ~ Bleeps, Beats & Bass 2

Basserk Records is back with a second installment of Bleeps, Beats & Bass, but this time they’ve upped the ante.  The new release can be worn as a sweatshirt (available in white or black)!  With this promotion ~ thanks to Amsterdam partners

*Press A* ~ Wonder Wickets, Katana Zero

Stijn van Wakeren ~ Wonder Wickets Wonder Wickets is a cheery mini-golf game with a happy soundtrack to match, taking cues from party games and underlined by a Japanese-game-soundtrack melodic sensibility that makes it just shine with color. Its classicality

*Press A* ~ Wonder Wickets, Katana Zero

Stijn van Wakeren ~ Wonder Wickets Wonder Wickets is a cheery mini-golf game with a happy soundtrack to match, taking cues from party games and underlined by a Japanese-game-soundtrack melodic sensibility that makes it just shine with color. Its classicality