Post Tagged with: "Anton Maiovvi"

Aspecto Humano :: The human machine touch

Anyone setting up a label deserves respect, or sectioning; doing so in Spain even more so. Aspecto Humano have definitely hit the ground running. Their sound is bright, one that shines with an electro cleanness whilst warming with a disco touch. Theirs is a style few others are attempting in Spain, and elsewhere. Living in […]

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V/A :: Enter the Plague (MinimalRome)

MinimalRome are starting 2015 like they ended 2014, with some absorbing and atmospheric electronic music. These machine musicians have carved out an album of intense and insular tracks, works for never made narratives and unheard tales. As we drown in top “insert figure” of 2014 it can be easy for some labels to be forgotten, […]

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LUX REC :: Under the spotlight

Back four years ago the DJ partnership of Cosmo and Faber decided to set up the Lux Rec imprint, and the rest (as the cliché goes) is history. I’ve been lucky enough to be covering Lux Rec since the label started. Back four years ago the DJ partnership of Cosmo and Faber decided to set […]

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Anton Maiovvi :: Monoceroticism (Flight Recorder)

He started out with Italo and Hi-NRG influenced sounds, but since those beginnings the Bristol born musician has shifted into the realm of soundtracks and deeper electronics. Anton Maiovvi is a bit of a dark horse in the electronic music scene. The UK man, now residing in Madrid, has been quietly building a formidable back […]

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