MVX / U41A is an excellent window into Vancouver’s underground club culture. Reflecting the feel of the Sacred Sound Club, a collective that Minimal Violence adhere to, showcasing the heavier and more aggressive side of dance music.
Losoul: Island Time
It has been over 10 years since Losoul released his former ‘Care’ LP on Playhouse. Despite the decade wait Peter Kremeier is a man who consistently refines his craft and that’s why ‘Island Time’ is not a come back but rather a celebration album that showcases his honed skills and dedication to the love of music.
J.C. & Kastil: No Spiritual Surrender
One thing’s sure, these two experienced individuals understand both the business and production facets of underground music and it clearly shows in all aspects of this new LP: the tracks span a multitude of genres, each of them made with a specific purpose in mind. A work of true professionals one would say.
Dan Shake: Shake’s On A Plane
From the deep to the acid to the disco Shake is slowly securing his name amongst the most respected players in the game. This E.P. demonstrates what sort of artist Shake is and potentially why he stood out to Moodymann like he stands out to his listeners.
Aleksi Perälä: Simulation
Both disturbing and beautiful Aleksi Perälä once again demonstrates his expertise at creating a well rounded album; for meditation as well as for the basement.