Fresh off their outstanding release on Lobster’s black label series, 1800HaightStreet step up in our mix series to give us a taste of the invigoratingly fresh techno breeze that’s been blowing across Vancouver’s dance floors as of late.
With ambient often falling into one of two camps – aural representations of Jupiter or the unsettling tones of a cheese grater orchestra – Sonniku has hit upon an inspired niche. If your childhood was spent contemplating hit points and there is a little circular indent on your thumbprint that has never faded away, there may just be something here for you.
It is with the greatest pleasure that we welcome Ozel AB for one of his rare podcast appearances. As expected the vibe is polyamorous and boundless, deftly threading its way across house, hip-hop, breakbeat, disco, techno, acid and much more than that. We also caught up to find out more about his wide scope of influences, studio stuff and the roots of his love for music in general.
Hype itself is a devious beast, which can toy with perception, especially with regards to helping you internally over-selling, say, a sprawling eight vinyl monster as a landmark as you succumb to its fever. With that in mind, coming into ‘Endless’ blind was a delightful experience, both through an unexpected surprise and also knowing that all appreciation was untainted.
Camouflaged under the elegant features of Hitchcock’s favourite actor and ‘North By Northwest’ hero Cary, the enigmatic Grant returns to the shellfish-emblazoned outlet with ‘No Lights EP‘, a lush
Fett Burger and Luca Lozano teaming up again, Madteo back with the christening release of his eponymous label, edit-sensei Mori Ra killing it with another batch of top-class revamps, Lee Gamble stepping up on UIQ for the first time… May got our processors on overheat! Here’s our monthly compilation.
Ahead of his performance at Found Festival, Route 8 taped his first ever vinyl-only podcast for Inverted Audio, gracing us with a strong mixture of jaunty filtered house and extended ambientish blends. We sat down with Horváth to talk Hungarian scene, studio modus operandi and his impressive upward trajectory.