Posts Tagged: Apta

Apta ~ Sparks and Sines

After numerous singles and EPs over the past few years, the new album from Apta has finally arrived.  This is a good time for the release, as Barry Smethurst has been moving in a more electronic direction of late; only one of

Apta ~ Sparks and Sines

After numerous singles and EPs over the past few years, the new album from Apta has finally arrived.  This is a good time for the release, as Barry Smethurst has been moving in a more electronic direction of late; only one of

Apta ~ Algorithms EP

Barry Smethurst’s Apta project has been featured twice on our pages this year, the first time as part of Oxide Tones’ The Circle Project and the second as a standout cut on Future Elements’ Elements 1 compilation.  Now the artist has graced us with a four-track EP,

Apta ~ Algorithms EP

Barry Smethurst’s Apta project has been featured twice on our pages this year, the first time as part of Oxide Tones’ The Circle Project and the second as a standout cut on Future Elements’ Elements 1 compilation.  Now the artist has graced us with a four-track EP,

V/A (Presented by the Future Elements) ~ Elements 1

The Future Elements is an India-based project, whose goal is to eventually become a label, and Elements 1 is their first release, a more than decent collection of tracks by artists that can all, more or less fit under the

V/A (Presented by the Future Elements) ~ Elements 1

The Future Elements is an India-based project, whose goal is to eventually become a label, and Elements 1 is their first release, a more than decent collection of tracks by artists that can all, more or less fit under the

The Circle Project ~ elektronik

Oxide Tones’ Circle Project reflects a simple premise: three artists re-record, remix or reinterpret each other’s material.  B covers A, C covers B, A covers C, and “the circle is closed” (with apologies to geometrists, who know it’s really a

The Circle Project ~ elektronik

Oxide Tones’ Circle Project reflects a simple premise: three artists re-record, remix or reinterpret each other’s material.  B covers A, C covers B, A covers C, and “the circle is closed” (with apologies to geometrists, who know it’s really a