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Cassius- “Dreems”: Album Review

Cassius is the French musical duo made up of producers Philippe Cerboneschi and Hubert Blanc-Francard, better known as Zdar and Boombass (or sometimes Philippe Zdar and Hubert Boombass). Their contributions to music began 30 years ago working with ...
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Alex Mine & D-Deck- “IPSUM”: Album Review

Alex Mine emerged from the Italian underground gaining the attention of some of today's biggest Techno producers and DJs including the likes Carl Cox, Adam Beyer and Ritchie Hawtin. D-Deck also has a stellar reputation as one of Italy's top Techno ...
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Alle Farben-“Stickers On My Suitcase”: Album Review

Franz Zimmer, better known as Alle Farben latest full length album "Stickers On My Suitcase" can be described as a testament to the of life of touring musician. Alle Farben translated in the English language is defined as "all colors" and Zimmer's ...
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ilan Bluestone-“We Are The Universe”: EP Review

The last project Anjunabeats project from ilan Bluestone was his debut long player, “Scars” last year. Returning to the label, ilan Bluestone has delivered an EP titled “We Are The Universe.” Spread out through its six tracks--three of which ...
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Nølah-“Mandragora”: EP Review

Nølah has studied Classical music, has played and written music as a guitarist for a rock band and these days, has been on clear cut mission to follow her true musical passion—composing Electronic music, specifically melodic Techno. On April ...
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S.P.Y-“Dubplate Style”: Album Review

Throughout his career, Carlos Lima aka S.P.Y has continuously backed up his stellar releases with fierce skills behind the decks that delight fans and provide an educated blend of old school classics and fresh new beats. Performing and thrilling ...
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The Chemical Brothers-“No Geography”: Album Review

Make no mistake, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simmons  aka The Chemical Brothers have cemented their place in electronic music history along side The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim and The Crystal Method for pioneering Big Beat music and moving the genre into the ...
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Amon Tobin-“Fear In A Handful Of Dust”: Album Review

Amon Tobin is a true electronic music pioneer. Spanning a career of more than twenty years, Tobin has dabbled in Electronica, Nu-jazz, Trip-hop, Experimental and Drum and Bass styles, releasing on labels including Ninja Tune, Ninebar, Big Dada ...
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Potatohead People-“Nick & Astro’s Instrumentals, Remixes & B-Sides”: Album Review

Nick Wisdom and Nate Drobner (AstroLogical) are two Canadian producers merging hip-hop and electronic music for NYC’s Bastard Jazz label. Sharing a deep love for hip-hop visionary J. Dilla and Madlib, the duo established themselves as Potatohead ...
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Sunsquabi-“Instinct”: Album Review

Kevin Donohue (Guitar), Josh Fairman (Bass Synthesizer and Bass Guitar) and Chris Anderson (Drums), make up the “Hydro-funk” electro trio Sunsquabi, one of our favorite acts. The newly self-released album “Instinct” captures in fine form the ...