Acclimatising to the humid temperatures of the Summer in Berlin requires ample supplies of coconut water, linen shirts and a soundtrack bolstered by Lawrence’s smooth blend
‘Whities 021’ in its effervescent minimalism and steadiness is more meditative and regular compared to some of Bambounou’s quirkier, flashier and club-ready works, a kind of surprising and counterintuitive move considered that Whities is certainly not a label afraid of pushing the boundaries of experimentation.
Dismantling dance music traditional references since 2013, Haunter Records have established themselves as one of Europe’s most forward-thinking and experimental labels, flourishing in the home turf
Next month Oakland based Russell E.L. Butler will release their latest extended player ‘Petty‘ via Ghostly International’s dance floor-oriented imprint Spectral Sound. With previous releases on Opal
‘Cocoon Crush’ pushes the boundaries of experimentation even further than his previous releases did, and that without ever falling in self-referentialism or redundancy. Speaking of what goes on across ‘Cocoon Crush’ may be quite a challenge at times for the reason that – as happens with the most futuristic forms of art – what’s on display here is new to the extent that a new lexicon would be required.