Post Tagged with: "Junq"

WE FORFEIT (Mix 3) :: Mulled wine, scented pine and yuletide electro

There have been some cracking electro records in the last twelve months, although the same could be said for the last sixty or one hundred and one months. Chris & Robbie sieved through some of their favs from past and present to add some sonic bite to that slab of turkey you’re gnawing on. It’s […]

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Junq :: Lila Dreams (Further Electronix)

For those of you, those of you struggling for oxygen due to a bad cause of waiting with bated breath, Lila Dream is not a 303 soaked dancefloor splintering slab. The EP sands down the sharp edges of the Art Mechanical release, leaving smooth sleek lines and broad expanses. Junq is a rare breed. His […]

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V/A :: Perfect Language (Brokntoys)

Brokntoys has established itself within the canon of British electro, but it’s also a label exploring techno and electronics with musicians outside of the UK. Perfect Language is an illustration, a spread of styles and influences on one platter with the colder side of machine music being central. Brokntoys is a label I’ve been watching […]

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ROBBIE GEOGHEGAN :: Removed. Mix

Vinyl records are a bastard to move. There’s no bones about it. People may love it as a format, but lugging it is tantamount to hauling coal. The decision to move my records, once again, wasn’t taken lightly. In 2012 I moved around five hundred of them back to Ireland from Scotland, whilst I moved […]

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Junq :: Art Mechanical Cog 001 (Art Mechanical)

The gauges indicate Electro from the outset. Snapping snares pulse through bass and warbling synthlines. It’s a strange thing. Sometimes, not all the time but some, I’ll attach a location to a piece I’ve written. I can remember certain pieces knocked together in canteens waiting for meetings, others on high speed trains, others on kitchen […]

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