On Friday 10th March German producer, composer and conceptual artist Pantha Du Prince will perform live for Avant Garde at The Steelyard in London – joined on stage by Playhouse and Pampa Records mainstay Isolée, with a set that shall offer a rare glimpse into his unique strand of otherworldly electronics and ravishing deep house.
With a brave title like ‘All The Right Noises’, Roman Flügel’s third album for Dial should be hitting All The Right Buttons. The good news is that after, at least, twenty listens we’ve struggled to detect a wrong noise. All of it seems very right indeed. It’s so right that we think this is likely Flügel’s best work yet.
Best known under his production alias of Carsten Jost, Dial co-founder David Lieske is set to release his second album ‘Perishable Tactics’ in January 2017. Our pick ‘Army Green’ offers a spooky STL-tinged melody lacing up a deeper than deep bass drum, dusty claps and delayed piano keys drowned in reverb with a hip-swaying groove.
“All The Right Noises” is Roman Flügel‘s third album for Dial and this time around the Frankfurt based producer presents ten tracks made up of ambient soundscapes, downtempo breakbeat and psychedelic experimentalism. Since
It’s this time of the year again: Best of lists are back! You hate them, right? Well, don’t be such a grinch. This best tracks list’s only purpose is to dispense a tiny dose of what’s been, once again, a brilliant year for musical creation, with plenty more than just dozens of top-notch EPs and albums.