Review

Review: Oroblanco – Unknown Pleasures

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Oroblanco is a semi-unknown label that has immediately succeeded in embodying the current music scene. The lable was born in August 2017 and produces essentially unknown artists. There are really few informations available about artists,…

Review: Trax & Wax

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Trax & Wax is the first vinyl subscription service focused on dance music, enabling wax fans to receive a surprise box of records delivered straight to their homes every month for a monthly or yearly…

New Video: Porches – Pool

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Aaron Maines is the man behind Porches, a bedroom project he helms with help from other co-conspirators such as his girlfriend Frankie Cosmos. Pool his new album and first on Domino Records has just recently been released…

Review: Pev & Steevio – Edges / Seren

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Operating out of Bristol (UK) since 2011, Schmorgabsord’s concept lies in the facilitation of the collision course of 2 proponents of distinct rhythmic schools, in a gladiatorial styled 4/4 vs broken beat battle. Participants so…

Review: Marquis Hawkes – Sweet EP

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UK producer Marquis Hawkes is no stranger to making bangers, having demonstrated this on multiple occasions for the likes of Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and Crème Organization. With his third EP on Fabric’s Houndstooth imprint,…

Review: Los Massieras – We Don’t Need…

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Los Massieras come from a territory of psychedelic exploration of sounds and textures. Their playful sound goes well with minimal electronics and a slight aftertaste of dub, which is anything but dull. Their latest release, “We…

Review: Berlin Festival 2015

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  One of the most famous city festivals Berlin Festival turned 10! Still a strong centerpiece of the German festival circuit even after moving to their new home of Arena, in the heart of the…