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Anenon: Petrol

Anenon, hailer of LA, lover of jazz, proportionate improviser and dedicated musician has brought out his third effort – ‘Petrol’, a remarkably poignant and daringly experimental album.

Wbeeza: Expression Of Love

There’s many a good groove on this album and the quality of production is still strong, but DJs will be more appreciative for Expression of Love. Seven tracks, all of which pop at least over five-minute mark, with plenty of potential for dreamy dance-floor moments.

Chaos In The CBD: Midnight In Peckham

Chaos In The CBD’s ‘Midnight In Peckham’ EP doesn’t offer much in the way of variation, but if you dig house at its smoothest and most tasteful, there’s plenty of accomplished grooves on offer.

Hauschka: 2.11.14

Recorded at Artegio, in the southern city of Yufu, the off-the-cuff pieces – perfunctorily titled Part 1 and Part 2 – were performed on a piano prepared with a “handful of artifacts” and hooked up to 12 microphones and a sub-mixer.

Hunee: Hunch Music

Hunee’s appetite for music is pantagruelian and Hunch Music makes for a superb celebration of both sides of a musician’s work: the never-ending matrix and the punctual accomplishment. A masterpiece.

Satoshi Tomiie

We caught up with Japanese house music legend Satoshi Tomiie to discuss his album “New Day”. Satoshi has also recorded a special ‘late night radio’ themed mix, encompassing music for all varieties of situations.

Burnt Friedman

Burnt Friedman serves up an hours mix of hypnotic polyrhythms, dubby corridors and cerebrally ­stimulating audio patterns. Friedman also speak about why 2015 is likely to be a busy twelve ­months for him and his label Nonplace.

Uffe

Danish born producer Uffe discusses the makings of his recently released multi-instrumental album ‘Radio Days’ on Tartelet Records and serves up a mix featuring music from Sound Stream, Axel Boman, Max Graef, Theo Parrish, Bruce, Flying Lotus.

Paradis

Paradis might be one of the most ambitious projects to come out of France in recent years. With a new album in the works, we decided to catch up with Simon and Pierre to discover more about their musical background, new album and sophisticated yet romantic approach to music videos.