Posts Tagged: hyperdub

Nazar ~ Enclave

A few years ago, after one too many mass shootings, I stopped liking music that incorporated the sound of guns.  Far too many artists were using violence as percussion, seemingly ignoring the mourners while desensitizing the ears.  But now, thanks

Nazar ~ Enclave

A few years ago, after one too many mass shootings, I stopped liking music that incorporated the sound of guns.  Far too many artists were using violence as percussion, seemingly ignoring the mourners while desensitizing the ears.  But now, thanks

Ikonika ~ Distractions

A lean, blue-hued futuristic city adorns the cover of Ikonika‘s Distractions, her first album in the last four years. It’s not clear whether the processor-like structures depict a city or the inside of a computer, which positively describes the old

Ikonika ~ Distractions

A lean, blue-hued futuristic city adorns the cover of Ikonika‘s Distractions, her first album in the last four years. It’s not clear whether the processor-like structures depict a city or the inside of a computer, which positively describes the old

Two EPs from Hyperdub

If there was ever an indication of time speeding up as the years go by, it’s the realisation that Hyperdub’s first release was way back in 2004 – and the 5 Years of Hyperdub discs have been sitting on my

Two EPs from Hyperdub

If there was ever an indication of time speeding up as the years go by, it’s the realisation that Hyperdub’s first release was way back in 2004 – and the 5 Years of Hyperdub discs have been sitting on my

Cooly G ~ Hold Me

Brixton’s Cooly G has, with her Hold Me EP, produced a delectable slab of deep house. Hold Me isn’t just the suggestive flirt on the other side of the bar – it is a demand, the fulfillment of an inner urge that

Cooly G ~ Hold Me

Brixton’s Cooly G has, with her Hold Me EP, produced a delectable slab of deep house. Hold Me isn’t just the suggestive flirt on the other side of the bar – it is a demand, the fulfillment of an inner urge that

Electronic Observations 2013 #10

Just scraping within the calendar year, here’s the final Electronic Observations for 2013. Thank you to everyone who has read it, and especially to the artists for making the music. This month’s column is later (and a bit shorter) than

Electronic Observations 2013 #10

Just scraping within the calendar year, here’s the final Electronic Observations for 2013. Thank you to everyone who has read it, and especially to the artists for making the music. This month’s column is later (and a bit shorter) than

Electronic Observations 2013 #8

Back in some kind of groove this month, with the one column, and 9 releases for your delectation. Numerous genres are covered, although hopefully the Ultramarine album will be one that unites everybody; maybe it’s the nostalgia talking but it’s

Electronic Observations 2013 #8

Back in some kind of groove this month, with the one column, and 9 releases for your delectation. Numerous genres are covered, although hopefully the Ultramarine album will be one that unites everybody; maybe it’s the nostalgia talking but it’s

Electronic Observations #6

After a brief summer hiatus, we’re back with a suitably bumper-sized edition, much in the same way the comics of my youth used to produce a Summer Special, which in theory were designed to keep the children quiet for a

Electronic Observations #6

After a brief summer hiatus, we’re back with a suitably bumper-sized edition, much in the same way the comics of my youth used to produce a Summer Special, which in theory were designed to keep the children quiet for a

Electronic Observations 2013 #3

It’s been a bumper crop of electronic music in the past month, of all shapes and sizes, so thanks to all the artists who submit.  In fact, there’s been so much, I’ve had to bump some to either next month

Electronic Observations 2013 #3

It’s been a bumper crop of electronic music in the past month, of all shapes and sizes, so thanks to all the artists who submit.  In fact, there’s been so much, I’ve had to bump some to either next month