Brooklyn based producer Celestial Trax steps up for the next edition of Newtype Rhythms, opening up about his perception of social media, living in the concrete jungle (NYC) and the evolution of his sound and new album “Nothing Is Real”.
These three tunes uniformly present a preview of someone we’ll be hearing a lot more of in the coming months. J.F. Burma is here to stay; presumably somewhere in your subconscious with all that synth wizardry.
Brooklyn-based radio show Newtype Rhythms celebrate their 25th broadcast by inviting someone who epitomizes the extraordinary aspects of previous editions all while providing a pulsating injection of rave regalia Peder Mannerfelt.
It was only a matter of time before Eomac showed back up on Inverted Audio. Meditative yet methodical, this mix is classic Eomac mining the dance for mind-expanding energies that reach farther than a typical club night.
On top of contributing a mix to our partner radio show Newtype Rhythms, we asked Species of Fishes to have a chat, talking about how the reissue of their 1996 album ‘Trip Trap’ came about, the story behind the beginnings of the project and where they see the landscape of electronic music today.
Does the party end when the music stops? Not if you’re Konx-om-Pax, Planet Mu’s audio visual artist with a flair for capturing every flavour of the conceivable rave experience with his works for the eyes and ears.