Post Tagged with: "Anna Logue"

Delayscape :: Aether (ZCKR)

For all intents and purposes it looked like Delayscape would remain a digital artist, popping up here and there with a track or a tape. ZCKR have taken the step and rightfully brought him to vinyl. An album of cheerful and soulful electronics, one that is soothing and utterly charming. In a less than obvious […]

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Synth Wave Revival? “Didn’t know there was one”—A tale of four lads and three decades

Brendan Coyle. Mike Richardson. Neale Potts. Steven Lippert. A music revolution unfolding in their midst. “Being part of the electronic music scene in the UK for many years now I think that music now is very easy to produce using all the software, sounds and recording packages available on the market.” When we talk about technological […]

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The Silicon Scientist :: Outside the Night (Anna Logue)

Anna Logue released one of the year’s best synth-pop albums in 2014 with Twins Natalia’s spellbinding The Destiny Room and with the late 2015 release of Outside the Night they’ve done it again. If you long to add more retro to your catalog, allow The Silicon Scientist to join the ranks of your favorite artists […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2014

Here it is, well over 160 releases have been selected by various igloomag.com contributors highlighting some of the finest in an expansive array of music featuring ambient, dub, bass, glitch, industrial, IDM, electronica, synth, jazz, modern classical, experimental and various other sonic contortions. Links to reviews, a Soundcloud player, and a slideshow randomly displaying some […]

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Twins Natalia :: The Destiny Room (Anna Logue)

Twins Natalia‘s debut album The Destiny Room delivers an astonishing collection of authentic and truly nostalgic eighties electro pop. To say that there has been a huge eighties revival in the last few years might be something of an overstatement, but there has definitely been a surge of interest in and reappraisal of that period. […]

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ANNA LOGUE Rec. :: Marc Schaffer igloomag mix

The head honcho of Anna Logue has got behind the turntable to deliver an hour showcase of his awe-inspiring imprint.   Popularity is a fickle thing. It’s always seemed strange to me how some labels garner so much attention whilst others are much less known. Minimal Synth has definitely been growing in favor, but some […]

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Isinglass :: One 3 Four (Anna Logue)

One 3 Four melts with an emotionless disregard married with a synthesizer absorption that captured much of the New Wave spirit. I sometimes feel that Anna Logue is an overlooked label. It has that special quality needed by Synth Wave labels. An eye for the obscure and an ear for quality.  The German label’s boss, […]

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Top releases of twenty-twelve

Well over 180 releases have been selected by various igloomag.com contributors highlighting some of the finest in an expansive array of electronic music featuring ambient, dub, bass, glitch, industrial, IDM, electro, synth and various other sonic contortions. Links to reviews as well as an iTunes audio player are also included below. ALAN LOCKETT :: Top […]

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Twins Natalia / Marsheaux :: Radial Emotion / When We Were Young (Anna Logue)

For their latest, Schaffer’s label offer up a bright vision of synth pop. The teeth are white and the sounds are clean. An enjoyable excursion into the realm of 80s inspired pop music and a precursor to more to come from an excellent label. [Releases page] Anna Logue Records is quite the work horse. The label […]

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Breathing life into minimal Europa (Anna Logue)

Anna Logue is a label with an undeniable ear for quality synth wave and minimal pop. The German imprint has illustrated this across a spread of LPs, EPs and 7″s. Anna Logue is continues to display this cultivated taste, this time with two new 7-inch release and a full twelve-inch slab of wax. [Releases page] […]

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Anna Logue / Mannequin :: 2011, a year for some collaboration

Too often labels become ego centric and lone projects. Both imprints have realised a common love of synth wave and minimal pop, the pair working together to achieve similar aims and getting out some great obscurities in the process. As the last days of 2011 close it’s a nice time to reflect on the year […]

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Transparent Illusion :: Still Human (Anna Logue)

“…Young has quite a unique synth sound. The record is split into fourteen short bursts of analogue reductions. Each track is roughly three minutes in length, meaning that intensity throughout is at heightened levels…” (October 2010) Minimal synth is a sound that can sometime shroud its complexity. Beneath the veneer of simplicity can lie a […]

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