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Review on: Alva – French Kicks (Pont Neuf Records)

Review on: Alva – French Kicks (Pont Neuf Records)

There’s a lot of exciting new stuff coming from the French House scene at the moment and this record by Parisian duo Alva on Pont Neuf Records is an exceptionally good one: “French Kicks” brings French kicks indeed, four tracks […]

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Category: Deephouse, EP, Releases
Point G: Review on the labels catalogue plus interview

Point G: Review on the labels catalogue plus interview

Since 2013 Point G is both name and label for French House icon Gregory Darsas activities in the matter of electronic music and has been, with 14 releases up to now, as fruitful in quantity as in quality. So any […]

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Review on: Brainwaltzera – Poly-Ana (FILM)

Review on: Brainwaltzera – Poly-Ana (FILM)

Poly-Ana is Brainwaltzeras debut album and it has been awaited eagerly since last years Marzipan EP and this years Outdives EP and Aescoba EP stirred worldwide interest in this mysterious artist, establishing a (in a funny way quite touching) nerdy […]

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Review on: Various Artists – We’ll Sea, Pts. 1 & 2 (Mireia)

Review on: Various Artists – We’ll Sea, Pts. 1 & 2 (Mireia)

Fresh music from Mireia, the Hamburg/Germany-based label with a gusto for the summery stuff: “We’ll Sea Parts 1 and 2” comes as sort of a double release, summing up five tracks by five different artists. First on the bill is […]

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Review on: Vin Sol – Club Lonely Power Tools, Vol. 1 (Club Lonely)

Review on: Vin Sol – Club Lonely Power Tools, Vol. 1 (Club Lonely)

“Power Tools Vol 1“ is a quite promising name for a release, all the more as these Power Tools come from the man Vin Sol from San Francisco and his label Club Lonely, and it needs just about 10 seconds […]

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Review on: Androo – Naya (Second Circle)

Review on: Androo – Naya (Second Circle)

Second Circles last release, the fantastic leftfield pop of “Don’t Get Me Wrong” by Dazion, has been really something, so I was quite excited about the Music From Memory-sublabels  follow-up-delivery. Now it appeared, it is the “Naya E.P.” by Androo, […]

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Review on: Alexander Brandl – Second EP (Osmund Audio)

Review on: Alexander Brandl – Second EP (Osmund Audio)

Alexander Brandl is a new name (at least to me) but his “Second EP”(released on German label Osmund Audio, actually also a new name to me) makes an instant impression: three first class cuts, technoid and reduced, building a subtle […]

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Review on: Das Carma – Keep On / Solstice (BORG LTD)

Review on: Das Carma – Keep On / Solstice (BORG LTD)

Enthusiasts appreciate Reykjavikian label Borg Ltd for occasionally putting out uncompromisingly clubby stuff loved by DJs. Now the Icelanders put out again: a two-track release by Das Carma just appeared, easily following the labels principles. Das Carma (two guys from […]

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Category: Deephouse, EP, Releases
Review on V.A. – Ad Hoc Pres, Vol. 1 and Interview with Ad Hoc Records

Review on V.A. – Ad Hoc Pres, Vol. 1 and Interview with Ad Hoc Records

Manchester has always been a music city, with so much good bands (while I’m writing this “Loose Fit” by notorious Happy Mondays coincidentally plays in the background, amazing song about god knows what) and producers, but also legendary clubs and […]

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Review on: Thrilogy / Ishmael / Remotif – 001 (Fate and Fiction Recordings)

Review on: Thrilogy / Ishmael / Remotif – 001 (Fate and Fiction Recordings)

There’s quite a lot of new labels around these days and Bristol based Fate And Fiction Recordings seems to be one of the more promising ones of them: its first release is a split EP, three artists, three tracks. And […]

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Category: Deephouse, EP, House, Releases