Post Tagged with: "Bass Agenda"

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 :: Covert II EP (De:Tuned / Touched Music)

From sweaty floor to Saturday armchair, Covert II will provide. There’s always a certain amount of media fanfare about the prospect of a “supposed” Aphex Twin release. A whisper of Richard D. James is as much tantalising click-bait for the electronic music nut as the promise of celebrity nudity is to your local lad. Covert […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2016

While other sites might fight to get 1000s down to 50 or 20, at Igloo HQ we’ve refused to don the hair shirt of reducing respective contributor lists to a consensual singularity, in favour of doing justice to diversity via lists that range far and wide, and a congruent preference for letting their multiplicity simply […]

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Franck Kartell :: Coïncidences (Bass Agenda)

The second LP from this Frenchman was his soundtrack to a 1962 film. Coïncidences is music of a broader narrative. Links, crossovers, connections between our lives, our technology and our ideas. Through a reduced lens Kartell has produced a sheer and stylistic record, one that finds incredible depth through a shallow selection of sounds. La […]

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V/A :: Touched Bass (Touched Music / Bass Agenda)

Touched Bass brings together a vast array of artists for a great cause from techno, ambient and industrial. Given the heaviness of a lot of these tracks one could assume the organizers hope to simply beat cancer into remission. Touched Bass brings together a vast array of artists for a great cause from techno, ambient and industrial. Given the […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2015

So here it is—from ambient drone to post-rock, jazz and modern classical, from IDM to experimental to post-digital microsound; hallucinatory electronics to experimental soundscapery, candy-color post-kosmische to alien noise, intergalactic techno to post-hardcore mayhem and broken bass music, these are igloomag’s picks for the year… Sherpas to your questing climbers 2015: a year of listening, […]

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Alavux :: Octagon (Bass Agenda)

Boundaries are broken and trampled as styles limits are danced across and spat upon. A 12” that will have the neighbors bangin’ on the walls. “I’m not wrong about most things, but I’m right about this” is a favored expression of an Irish friend of mine. The wry comment came into my head when thinking […]

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Datacrashrobot :: Inline Expansion EP (Bass Agenda)

Beats breaking, lasers beaming and noise bitten glimpse-melodies reveal themselves in dubby dark-knit matter. Datacrashrobot is an electro/experimental project of Sorin Paun that started at the beginning of 2008. Sorin has worked under many names and is a highly visual musician/artist that also goes under the name Randomform which recently released Furtherfield on Detroit Underground. […]

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Franck Kartell :: La jetée d’Orly (Bass Agenda)

Rich textures sit with arctic ambience. The gamut is expressed, from despairing depths to elating elegance. Soundtracks and movie music are often cited as major influences by electronic musicians. 1960s Cybermen and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. 70s slashers and Goblin. 80s dystopia and John Carpenter. The litany of muses is extensive. But, rarely do artists […]

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w1b0 : Main Squeeze Remixes (Bass Agenda)

A fantastic cross section of Electro. Floor atomics and late night musing. A sterling first wax outing from the young Bass Agenda. Bass Agenda is a label in its infancy, but already the UK Electro imprint has released some impressive names. Dynarec recently put out his Silver Tourist album on the new platform while musicians […]

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V/A :: Bass Agenda Vol.1: The Fight Against The Mundane (Bass Agenda)

Bass Agenda Vol 1: The Fight Against the Mundane is a special release featuring the vast majority of the artists that took part in Bass Agenda during its first year. Bass Agenda Recordings is a new independent record label and extension to the radio show Bass Agenda that broadcasts on UK based Future Music and […]

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