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Introducing Dorfex Bos: A rising underground bass talent talks inspirations, collaborative hopefuls, and his penchant for low-end vibrations in debut ‘Opinions’ EP [Interview + EP Review]

by Festival May 14, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Who exactly is Dorfex Bos? Dorfex Bos may not be a household name in electronic dance music, nor may he ever wish to be. However, the Madison House-signee is one name in…

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Monolink describes growing into his musical self and the inspiration behind ‘Amniotic’ [Q&A]

by Festival May 09, 2018

This post was originally published on this site In recent years, a new type of artist has been developing in Germany, one as unique as he is talented. This artist is called Monolink, and his music is a blend of…

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DJ Koze transcends dance with new LP, ‘Knock Knock’ [STREAM]

by Festival May 06, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Producer and hardware extraordinaire Stefan Kozalla, known musically as DJ Koze, has just released an immensely soulful, unhinged body of work. With a choice sampling from Bon Iver’s “Calgary” on “Bonfire” and features…

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Bronze Whale – Patterns

by Festival April 21, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Electronica aficionados have found a consistent talent in Bronze Whale, a rising duo from Austin, Texas. They’ve captured the ears in underground circles with their pleasing mixture of eclectic synthwork and captivating…

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Anjunadeep stumbles upon ambient gold in boerd [EP Review]

by Festival April 12, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Curatorial excellence on Anjunadeep‘s part is evident in their newest signee, boerd. The James Grant-run imprint isn’t afraid to travel outside its usual deep and progressive confines every so often, and in…

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Brunetto ft Bearoid – Humanity

by Festival March 14, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Brunetto is an artist who wears many hats; outside of creating music, he is also a behind-the-scenes fighter for underground dance. He recently signed onto Sincopat for a whimsical, yet profound “Humanity” alongside…

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Meet the underground talent of CRSSD Fest: Henry Saiz

by Festival February 26, 2018

This post was originally published on this site CRSSD‘s 7th edition is a special one —it marks the official third birthday of the festival. Hosted at its usual location at the picturesque Waterfront Park in San Diego, the semi-annual event…

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Christian Löffler stuns in remix on Superpoze’s ‘For We the living’

by Festival December 30, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteEarlier this year, the German-enthraller Christian Löffler released a reworked edition of his 2016 album Mare. Brimming with ethereal material, one of its particular standouts was a piano-driven take on “Haul” from the French artist Superpoze.…

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N.E.R.D’s self-titled fifth studio album is a chaotic affair rooted in social commentary

by Festival December 27, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteNo_one Ever Really Dies: even the acronym by which American funk rock supergroup N.E.R.D — Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, and Shay Haley — were founded upon suggests a non-traditional marriage between chic nonchalance and latent sentimentalism. Consider the collective sense of fervid…

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Dabrye leads ‘Three/Three’ album with new single featuring Ghostface Killah

by Festival December 27, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteGhostly International labelmate Tadd Mullinix, better known as Dabrye, has just dropped off an effervescent, electronica-tinged hip-hop hit. Mullinix has teamed up with Adult Swim for their singles series as well as the…

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Introducing Uhuru Peak

by Festival December 26, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteInspired by classic electronica and with years of training in jazz music, Cameron Caceres is set to make his name in the dance music community in the form of Uhuru Peak. Recently dropping…

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Trentemøller enthralls on aptly-named new track, ‘On A Cold Christmas Night’

by Festival December 25, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteCopenhagen based Anders Trentemøller has a knack for capturing heart-wrenching melodic moments. His exceptional productions are fused with a sonic trademark somewhere between post-punk, indie, and electronic. As a result, he’s established himself…

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Squarepusher constructs alien synths for Nintendo’s new NES system

by Festival December 21, 2017

This post was originally published on this site Squarepusher has constructed some imaginative synth sounds for Nintendo’s latest classic console spawn—the Super NT—created by Analogue. The Seattle based video game hardware company known as Analogue is dubbing the console as “a reimagining…

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RAC elevates LCAW’s ‘Desires’ with delightfully moving rework

by Festival December 17, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteEach and every artistic endeavor by way of the indie electronica maestro RAC is delightfully groovy, ridden with emotion, and daringly danceable. Over the years, the Grammy-winning artist has proven his tantalizing talents over…

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Matchy & Bott inject mystic, slow-burning beauty into re:deep’s ‘One’

by Festival December 15, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteGermany’s re:deep creates “soulful-vocal-house.” Through a most aptly-withheld moniker, re:deep burrows into the underground melodic house ecosystem. Comprised of DJ and producer Michael Schreiber, Patrick Lins, and singer-songwriter Claudia Fink, the group is becoming increasingly celebrated…

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Lane 8 compiles electrifying ‘2017 Winter Mixtape’

by Festival December 14, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteLane 8 has released his winter 2017 installment of his seasonal mixtape series, enlivening even the frigid winter wind itself. The long-time Anjunadeep jewel has recently been releasing music via his own This Never Happened label, which made its…

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Ardency – Bloom

by Festival December 11, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteArdency has released their newest single “Bloom.” The mysterious group is self described as “a work in progress by Christian Gomez and Daniel Noguera – for as long as it takes.” Alluring synths…

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Jimmy Edgar to release unknown electro artist’s tapes as an Ultramajic EP

by Festival December 11, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteBerlin’s Ultramajic record label is set to release a rare collection of late-90’s electro tracks from an unknown Detroit artist named Ashtar Lavanda. Not much is known about Ashtar Lavanda, whose tapes Jimmy Edgar —…

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Henry Saiz – The Golden Cage (Sebastien Léger remix)

by Festival December 11, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteFrench producer Sebastien Léger is definitely an electronic music veteran in his own right, with almost 20 years of experience under his belt. interestingly, throughout the duration of his lasting career, Leger has stayed true…

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Bicep flex their sonic expertise in new Essential Mix

by Festival December 09, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteAfter churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks under their unpredictable M.O., the Belfast-based Bicep found their niche, or perhaps a more aptly-categorized lack thereof. But such is what earns the Belfast-duo their wide acclaim…

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Mura Masa stuns in delightful, electronica rework of HAIM’s ‘Walking Away’

by Festival December 09, 2017

This post was originally published on this site21-year-old Mura Masa has built up a staggering, incredibly impressive production catalog in a very brief time span. Having finally returned off the debut of his self-titled album, out earlier this year, the British…

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This Berlin-based artist makes LEGO turntables and synthesizers

by Festival December 09, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteAustralian graphic and web designer Arran Hearn was addicted to building LEGOs in his early childhood, and so it was with this passion in mind that he opened the doors at innovative Berlin-based company…

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Austrian duo Leyya get chromatic on kaleidoscopic single ‘Drumsolo’

by Festival December 02, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteLeyya is painting the town of electro-pop red, and pink, blue, green, and yellow too. For in the Austrian-based duo’s tunes, the two are unraveling a new multicolor thread of electro-pop and sewing…

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Whipped Cream unleashes a fearsome ‘She’

by Festival December 01, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteWhipped Cream explores the dark depths of the bass music spectrum with “She” — a single that refuses not ground itself in any one genre category. This unique aspect, which seems the blossoming producer…

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