From the Pacific Northwest comes Ben Milstein with an exclusive Igloo Magazine mix that runs through a sonic maze filled with low-profile electro, glitch, ambient, brokenbeat, and downtempo excursions. Tracklist :: Ben Milstein :: Gau71** (Unreleased) Logreybeam :: Dokama (Saag, 2003) Timeblind :: Strategy Decay (Soot, 2006) Gasp :: Porter Goss (Buried In Time, 2010) […]
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Plenty to keep your ears occupied whilst you bask in the glow of having done a good deed! As if raising close to £30,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support wasn’t enough, Martin Boulton brings further dedication to an excellent cause with another huge compilation bursting with names new and old from across the electronic scene. As […]
What is particular about Touched Two is that so many artists came together to compose new material for the compilation. Certainly, while many other similar efforts often do the same, this compilation also showcases new and upcoming producers. It’s pretty usual for pop artists to band together in order to contribute to a cause; enter […]
False Start is an engaging slow-motion electronic stream that would compliment a weekend road trip up California’s coastline or a trip to your nearest listening room. Harking back to classic-era intelligently crafted electronics, False Start unleashes memories of yesteryear—Arovane, Deru, Loess, Lexaunculpt and even Autechrean landscapes are brushed upon to an extent. Absorbing abstract downtempo […]
Both engage with popular music, but while Logreybeam’s is more intimate—small salons and cafés—Musette’s is music intended for big public spaces—dancehalls, radio, office tower lobbies and shopping plazas. Either way, both have captured something essential about whiling away the twentieth century. As his dandelion-coloured debut album Datum showed, Musette is a romantic fool. He has […]
Balancing a curiosity for experimental sound design wrapped around minimal color tones, Wave Exploit Lens challenges the ears with its fuzzy electrical contours and maintains composure from its bumpy start to graceful end. [Release page] In our attempt to decipher the code buried in Proqxis‘ database of randomized digital flux featured on Parallax Utopia (March […]
Logreybeam is Gabriel Morley who may already be known to many as one half of the City Centre Offices signed act, Yasume, the other half being John Twells (a.k.a. Xela). Morley has already stated that this particular Logreybeam project was far more about the processes of composition and sound design than about accessible, melodic music […]