Four years on since the release of his acclaimed debut full-length, ‘Flatland‘, Objekt returns to Bill Kouligas’ PAN with his sophomore LP, ‘Cocoon Crush’, scheduled for landing
Born out of his love for cinematography and the exploration of mystique-shrouded sonics, Voin Oruwu is the new project of Ukrainian producer Dmitriy Avksentiev, formerly known as Koloah. Built as
Comprised of material up to 3 years old, Qnete’s debut LP on 777 Recordings shines a variedly-hued light on his panchromatic house blends, weaving a singular narrative whilst exposing the breadth of his melodic talents elegantly. We caught up with Marvin to find out more about the album’s ins and outs. Listen to ‘Magic Kingdom Trance’ within.
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.
The latest release on Stroboscopic Artefacts, ‘Flowers From The Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music‘, arrives right in time to remind us that historically “decadent” times have nonetheless
Although there is a rising sentiment that everyone and their dog is now listening to ambient, Ripperton’s ‘Sight Seeing’ LP on ESP Institute has been a constant companion for myself over the past couple of months. In a high volume, high consumption world, an album being as tenacious as ‘Sight Seeing’ is something to truly value.