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The Director’s Cut: BON – Pantheon (Track-By-Track Breakdown + Album Review))

10 September 2021

BON Tanya_McGeever BON, a London-based production, composition, writing, and art partnership by Yerosha Windrich and Alex Morris, have released their debut album Pantheon. BON have contributed to projects on Warp Records, Hyperdub Records and 4AD, as well as having releases with Alxndr London and Dadras. The pair created a visual album that serves as an […]

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Album Review: GARZA – Daydream Accelerator (Track-By-Track Breakdown)

27 August 2021

GARZA in a tub Lacey Terrell This Friday has a remarkable amount of great music out. Rob Garza of the Thievery Corporation is another one providing the goods today with his new album Daydream Accelerator. The album comes under his project GARZA, which takes a little bit of a different approach to what people might expect from […]

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Track-By-Track: Joseph Ray & Lakou Mizik – Leave The Bones (Album Review)

18 August 2021

Lakou Mizik & Joseph Ray Michael Sipe Jr Joseph Ray & Haitian band Lakou Mizik released their new project Leave The Bones last week. The pairing of a former member of dubstep trio Nero and a noted Haitian band may not be totally obvious, but it was something slowly brewing over the past six years. […]

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Feed Me – S/T Album Track-by-Track Breakdown Review

13 August 2021

Feed Me Take By & Created By Feed Me / Given By Get In PR British producer, DJ and creative artist Jon Gooch has released his sixth album under his Feed Me alias. Also known for his revered drum and bass moniker, Spor, Feed Me is the side of Gooch that has brought the harder […]

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The Director’s Cut: Vonda7 – Let Go [art I werk]

9 July 2021

VONDA7 Courtesy Photo Recently, Poznan-born, Berlin-based VONDA7 released her debut artist album, Let Go. The album fuses synth-pop, indie, and even hip-hop elements with house and techno, showcasing her own delicate vocals, to produce a diverse and uplifting album which was made for the summer months, both on dance-floors and for home listening. As an artist […]

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The Director’s Cut: Mark Knight – Untold Business

29 June 2021

Mark Knight Dan Reid Mark Knight has released his new album Untold Business. For the new album, Knight went back to his his collection of 70’s and 80’s funk, house, soul and disco records to build the foundation for this album. At 13 tracks in total, the Toolroom Records boss embraces the soulful and funky […]

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The Director’s Cut: Feral – The End [Album Review]

4 June 2021

Feral Tim Saccenti Massachusetts-based artist (by way of Ohio, by way of New York) Feral, real name Caleb Halter, has released his debut album The End. After releasing a few EPs over the past several years, this album gives the most complete picture of his competing views on dance music that can both be expansive, ready […]

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Director’s Cut: Korea Town Acid – Metamorphosis [Album Review]

1 June 2021

Korean Town Acid plastiquefamille.0rg Korea Town Acid (Jessica Cho) is a South Korean-born and Toronto-based musician creating some of the more interesting and genre-melding music today. Born in Seoul, she bridges the divide between cultures with her new album Metamorphosis, working with Toronto based artist DESIIRE, U.K.-based Korean pianist and rapper Pianwooo, Seoul rapper PNSB, […]

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The Director’s Cut: Mattia Trani – SCENERY

28 May 2021

Mattia Trani Roberto Graziano Moro Italian DJ and producer Mattia Trani has released his new album SCENERY. Four years following since his debut LP The Hi-Tech Mission, Trani’s new album is a sprawling 15-track exploration of techno, jungle, drum and bass, breaks and more. Where there are energetic avenues of dance music for Trani to […]

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Director’s Cut: Mischa Blanos – City Jungle [Album Review]

21 May 2021

Mischa Blanos Felicia Simon Romanian composer, producer and performer Micscha Blanos has released his new album City Jungle. The LP is an examination of the world around us that humanity has sculpted and created, through the lens of piano with electronics shaping the instrument. He plays on the Japanese Hiroshi scale with a Romanesque touch […]

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The Director’s Cut: Phraktal – Nightwalk [Limbo Black]

18 May 2021

Phraktal – Nightwalk Limbo Black Irish-duo Phraktal recently released their album, Nightwalk, via Limbo Black. Coming from a media background, the album encapsulates their experiences into a wild story full of twists and turns. As you’ll find below, at the heart of each record is a cinematic landscape, something that really stands out with this […]

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The Director’s Cut: Moullinex – Requiem For Empathy [Discotexas]

10 May 2021

Moullinex Courtesy of PR Requiem for Empathy is Moullinex’s fourth studio album, which was released on April 30th. It includes collaborations with Sara Tavares, Selma Uamusse, and Afonso Cabral — artists who have been redefining the Lisbon music scene by connecting the multiple cultural expressions to which the Portuguese capital is a natural meeting point. […]

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