By my reckoning, anyone heading for Hyboid, Astro Chicken boss, for a track remake knows the score when it comes to electronic music. And it’s to the analogue pop aficionado that YUYAY have turned to open their second vinyl release. I’m always curious to see who labels call in on remix duty, especially imprints that […]
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“I try to take opposing sounds such as a very beautiful piece and mix it on top of gritty heavy beats. Often times I will combine multiple melodies and beats attempting to create something that sounds novel.” David Elsewhere offers Amalgamix 2015; 109 minutes of sculpted electronic music from Planet Earth. “In this Amalgamix 2015 […]
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 […]
Amalgamix takes you on a literal trip through the past two-decades with some of the most influential pioneers and veterans of the experimental electronic music scene. Known for his illusionary dancing skills where sound, space, mind and body merge with kaleidoscopic movements, Southern-California based David Elsewhere dug into the archives to uncover this old-school mix […]
Raab Codec digs through the past and ignites the present with his Mix Amongst The Wires (Read the igloomag.com review of Life Amongst The Wires here). “Taking elements from a handful of genres including electro, dub, post-industrial, acid, drum’n bass, dubstep, experimental and a slew of analog synth noodling.” Tracklist :: —Blackdown :: “Crackle Blues […]
Highly recommended for lovers of vintage electronica and people interested in a history lesson of where the music they listen to came from. [Download] From Acroplane, comes this wonderful mash-up by Fluorescent Grey, chronicling the golden age of synthesizer. Released on their for free portion of this label to avoid the licensing nightmare, the tracks […]