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Serbsican— ‘The Game’ Single Review

Emilio Hernandez Protege and Andrija "Dre" Divac are the progenitors of the group Serbsican. Based out of St. Louis, Missouri they serve up a generous amount of home cooking on the Progressive/ Deep House single 'The Game' (PM Recordings). A really ...

Worthy— ‘Disbehave Remixes Part Two’ Album Review

Worthy is not only an Anabatic artist, he is the label owner. This gives him special insight and access to concoct his vision on the 'Disbehave Remixes Pt. 2' (Anabatic Records) set. Being an owner, Worthy already has an established database ...

Altered Natives – ‘In The Place Where Love Once Lived’ Album Review

Danny Native, AKA Altered Natives, is one of the hardest and best known producers of Electronica in the UK. You know a producer is worth their weight in gold when they have been affiliated with the now defunct Goya Music label. 'In the Place Where ...

D.K. – ‘Love On Delivery’ EP Review

'Love On Delivery' (Antinote Recordings) is a very 8-bit, almost retro offering of electronica. It is more adult contemporary and Smooth Jazz, think Hiroshima, and almost feels like there should be vocals accompanying the arrangements. LOD delivers ...

Astronaut & Far Too Loud ‘War-The Remixes’ Review

Astronaut, an emerging pair of producers from Bristol, U.K, currently living in Los Angeles teamed up with Far Too Loud to release ‘War The Remixes’ featuring Teddy Killerz, F.O.O.L. & Didrick, Diskord, The Frederik, and Zuko. The label, ...

Cole Medina ‘Tropical Funk’ EP Review

The three words that best describe Cole Medina’s EP Tropical Funk released by Fly By Night Music are: Groovy, Funky, Steady. His song Big Pimpin has such a groove beat to it that you won’t be able to stop your head from rocking. His title track ...

Jem Haynes ‘Ready To Roll’ EP Review

Jem Haynes EP Ready to Roll on the Colour Series label has a steady tone. If you live for “THAT DROP DOE,” then this is not the music for you, rather someone who enjoys a changeless substantial dance beat. Jem Haynes created a unique sound that ...

Rogue ‘Rattlesnake’ Single Review

This Trap style single from Monstercat's artist Rogue, aka Joel Hunt, is a sounds smorgasbord with killer beats that blend beautifully with imaginative synth hooks, heavy basslines and wild vocal inflections. Just like Rogue's previous releases, ...

Spectrasoul ‘Always/I Don’t Mind’ Single Review

Always/I Don’t Mind is the first single from the forth coming album “The Mistress” from Spectrasoul on the Shogun Audio label which is scheduled to be released in May. Always begins with lightning quick beats, meshing vocals with piano and ...

PBR Streetgang & X-PRESS 2 ‘Cosine’ (feat.Lauer/A Sagittariun Remixes) Review

This new EP from PBR Streetgang & X-Press 2 released by Futureboogie Recordings is simply for those that have a love for House Music. The Original Mix of Cosine has a dark feel with tantilizing synth work, deep basslines, dreamy vocals and ...