Post Tagged with: "Dopplereffekt"

The Exaltics feat. Rudolf Klorzeiger :: Das Heise Experiment 2 (The Prequel) (Solar One)

The release sets the scene, a back story of mutation and machine music. The six tracks narrate a Frankenstein tale, with the picture disc and comic strip (also included) putting flesh on the bone. A collector’s piece of wax that gives just a little taste of ghoulish things to come. There has been a fair […]

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Inkamera :: Time Rewind (Last Known Trajectory)

Cold computer electronics which thaw with palpable emotion, the fragility of flesh beside metal, the soul in a synthesizer. Victoria Lukas has focused on collaborations over the last few years. After a spate of releases on labels like Frustrated Funk, as Vita, and Clone, with Gerald Donald as Zerkalo, Lukas’most recent partnership has been with […]

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Project STS-31 :: Spiralgalaxie (Solar One)

Frosted spacewalks juxtaposed by cerebral machinations, fragile soundscapes and minimal ambience, in a record that brings together a founding father and modern day trailblazer for a future classic. Electronic music can be fickle, especially when it comes to popularity. Some artists are launched into notoriety, seemly ascending into regard and respect with little rhyme nor […]

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The Exaltics :: The Truth Remixes (Solar One)

Everything that is good about electro is here. The harshness of the genre’s almost draconian parameters and how those limits can be stretched and bent to the musician’s will. Beautiful soundscapes tapered by rigidity, talented illustrations of how this sometimes overlooked style has so much to offer. Quality through and through. Solar One Music has […]

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From France, with a Synth Stab (New Flesh/Rave Or Die)

Returning to his own New Flesh label, and sub-label Rave or Die, Umwelt is teaming up with some fellow minded machine freaks to deliver two new waxen cuts. Tight electro teachings, tainted by 303 and shrouded in modern gloom. Umwelt has a more than impressive history. For near two decades the French producer has been […]

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Visonia :: Impossible Romance (Last Known Trajectory)

Ambient moments are paralleled by heartening Synth Pop and colder Electro. Dare it be said, Visonia has quietly screamed onto the electronic music scene. With releases on Last Known Trajectory and Lux Rec, Nicolas Estany immediately caused a well earned stir amongst the faithful. The Chilean’s analogue rich sound crossed the boundaries between Synth Pop […]

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ANDREW RED HAND :: Igloo Mix 2014

Andrew Red Hand offers Igloo Magazine an exclusive Detroit electro/techno mix and doesn’t hold back. Hailing from Iasi, second city of Romania, Andrew Red Hand, named by Aaron-Carl “the Romanian Underground Resistance himself,” is the Romanian Detroit electro / techno pioneer. He has released music on no more than six iconic labels from Detroit so […]

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Dopplereffekt / Objekt :: Hypnagogia (Leisure System)

Hypnagogia is that of shared reverence for artists and cities across continents and generations, but with so many thrilling new ventures emerging from Detroit and Berlin, let’s hope Leisure System make it a custom and not an exception to develop these relationships on future releases. It may seem to some an obvious concept, but is […]

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Visonia :: Journey Into Humility (Lux Rec)

The richness and depth of Visonia’s music shines from the outset. It’s no easy thing to be a newcomer in electronic music. Competition is as fierce as ever, with vinyl copies (alongside record stores) dwindling. Despite the odds, Visonia managed to net a decent amount of attention with his first wax outing, Die Reisen on […]

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Visonia et Dopplereffekt / Federico Leocata :: Double review (Last Known Trajectory)

In the last twelve months the British imprint has clocked up some excellent EPs from the likes of Galaxian, Inkamera and Jazaus the Shining. Now LKT is heading into the colder, darker months of Winter with two new artists to add to its expanding roster.. It seems a number of electronic labels are picking 2013 […]

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ArD2 :: Night Lights (SETI)

ArD2 with SETI Recordings are part of the growing wave, demonstrating their talent with an EP of changing moods that suits both armchair and dancefloor. A few years back I covered a release on Frigio Records from ArD2, an Iberian Electro outfit. Some may remember the  duo from Heinrich Mueller’s rework of “.” Others might […]

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Inkamera / Galaxian :: Double review (Last Known Trajectory)

It’s great to see LKT return to vinyl. The British label set a solid standard with their first outings. Inkarmera and Galaxian are quality additions to that well-rounded roster. Lukas moulds sonic sheets, dissecting robust forms into tight cylinders and pure patterns. Galaxian exemplifies the rawness of Glasgow, coupled with the city’s once bright-eyed vision […]

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Federico Leocata :: Zarathustra (Abstract Forms)

Amidst the northern winds and cutting hail of Zarathustra is an emotive warmth, a comforting core shielding the showers of modernity. Federico Leocata makes his full vinyl appearance for Abstract Forms with Zarathustra. The Italian artist has been active for a number of years now, focusing on digital releases but clocking up 12”s for WeMe […]

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Gosub :: Mirror Watcher (Abstract Forms)

Gosub scorches his rhythms with soldering iron precision whilst employing the darkened unemotional side of machines to produce a clean and sleek sound. Dissociation, alienation, the relentless march of a digital age where technology and man are fused into one. Electro is a style that has always enjoyed wrapping itself in mystery. Underground Resistance, Dopplereffekt […]

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HECQ :: Ben Lukas Boysen DJ Mix

Ben Lukas Boysen offers a seventy-four minute private DJ mix now made available to Igloo Magazine readers to digest in its full capacity. Engorge yourself with Hecq’s selection of dubstep, techno, IDM, pop and all the ingredients in between. Ben Lukas Boysen (aka Hecq), known around the globe for his syncopated beatwork and innovation of […]

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