Circle 2 arrives as a pair of edits of an original track by Detroit’s Mutate, packaged along with three remixes. Per usual, this collection is being released alongside a slew of events taking place at …
Altstadt Echo interviews California producer and label boss Developer.
Recently, Resident Advisor (whom I have a healthy level of respect for, especially given that I’ve started contributing articles) posted a rather scathing review of Monoloc’s new album Drift, accompanied by a disheartening 2.5 star review. I felt that this album deserved more credit, and so I thought I’d rant on that topic for a quick second.
Originally posted on Resident Advisor. Arguably some of the most notable contemporary purveyors of deep and strange techno, German label Prologue and its respective artists have no fear of stumbling down some of the most …
The eponymous single from this EP is defined by its grooving bassline. For DJs, this driving foundation will make this track a go-to for building energy levels. Crisp, clean sound design gives the track a machined feel, with synthetic acid-and-helicopter “accent noises” dispersed throughout. Overall, I’d say this track gives off a “taking acid at a sweaty warehouse rave” sort of vibe that’s all the fun, without the cliches.
DVS1 talks to Dub Monitor about DEMF, the influence of Detroit and Chicago on Techno, the inspiration found in his hometown of Minneapolis, and what we can do to protect ourselves from Yacht House.
Patrick reviews Forward Strategy Groups forthcoming album ‘Labour Division.’ it’s a brutal demonstration in distortion, epic melody, and bone-snapping percussion. Scheduled for release May 28th, don’t make the mistake of passing up the change to get a copy of this milestone release.
Patrick Interviews Forward Strategy Group about their debut album “Labor Division”, life growing up in Scotland, and the nature of format. Two Patrick’s in one interview? You bet it’s interesting.
Altstadt Echo reviews Terrence Fixmer’s “When the Sun” EP.