Darse & My Flower : Adore

I won’t pretend to know much about dance music. Techno, acid, house EDM, IDM, there’s just too much information to cram in my late 90s 256GB brain. But following record label Soundtracking The Void I’ve expanded my electronic musical palate quite significantly. For example, their newest release is Darse & My Flower’s Adore. This is […]

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Bluetech : Underwater Cities

Bluetech works in the warm and inviting world of analog and modular synth music, going for more dance floor and techno vibes. The lush world that fills his albums feels like a sonic cleanser from the world outside; a circuital bath meant to wash away the negative static we encounter on a daily basis. On […]

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Rival Consoles : Articulation

Ryan Lee West makes the kind of electronic dance music that doesn’t really feel like dance music. There’s movement, rhythm, and grooves easily fallen into, but the sonic landscape feels more contemplative. West builds worlds on his albums as Rival Consoles, and starting back on 2015s Sonne EP, West began a new way to create […]

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Dylan Cameron Returns With The Propulsive “Dust Lust”

Austin-based experimental producer and Holodeck Records artist Dylan Cameron returns with a brand new single “Dust Lust”, part of Holodeck Records single series. “Dust Lust” is pure visceral movement. A steady but intricate dance floor track that pushes the boundaries of textural sonic production and the artistic ease of just letting go and moving. Cameron […]

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Steve Moore : Frame Dragging

You can pretty much count on Steve Moore to release amazing music on a consistent basis; whether he’s scoring films, releasing solo work, dropping mind melters with AE Paterra in Zombi, dabbling in dance pop with Miracle, or even giving us something as out there as the groovy Lovelock. Steve Moore is always working on […]

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Urgula : Frequency Wars

Techno music has a certain freedom to it that allows the music to zone out, expand, and elaborate on a single rhythm for as long as it needs. It works some kind of sonic voodoo on the listener, putting us in a state of suspended animation. I’ve grown to appreciate the genre over the years, […]

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