Post Tagged with: "Mathematics"

Andreas Gehm :: The Worst Of Andreas Gehm (Solar One Music)

Posthumous releases are a curious thing, and Andreas Gehm has already had a handful. The Worst of Andreas Gehm is more than just a release, it’s a tribute to a man who made some cracking music and came sad end, a tribute from the labels and friends he worked with, the completing of a promise. […]

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Dexter St. Jacques :: Ancient Way of Knowing (Sequencias)

Both offerings have an enviable live quality, as though done on the hoof and recorded in real time; although a couple more tracks would have been welcomed. It can be difficult to shine as an electronic musician. There are the favorites, the godfathers and the flavors of the month. There are DJ’s and their followers, […]

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Joe Drive :: Anamorphic Age (Kooaad Muzik)

Below some of those ashen elements lies warmth, subtle movements and shifts that elevate this inaugural 12” on KOOAAD into something more. I’ve been covering Joe Drive since the beginning of his career. With releases on Jamal Moss’ Mathematics, 4Lux and Lux Rec, Mr Drive has been exploring the divide between house and techno, arctic […]

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Chris Moss Acid :: Phantacy EP (Shipwrec)

Chris Moss Acid is part of a new generation utilizing that distinctive decaying dirge, merging monosynth abrasiveness with other sounds and delivering something different. I heave the collective sigh for anyone writing about electronics when it comes to the word “Acid.” There haven’t been many words created to describe the guttural growls of that famous […]

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Martin De Brig & Hermez :: Double review (Titantic City)

2015 and there’s only one place to go, back to Belfast. “The North” has seen an incredible surge in homegrown talent and with a knotweed like growth of local labels. I covered a number of these fledgling imprints in 2014, but one slipped beneath my radar. Born between the iconic Harland and Wolff cranes, Titanic […]

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Hieroglyphic Being :: Acid Rain Under The Stars (Last Known Trajectory)

Coarse patterns are carved with bold strokes and subtle movements. I’ve always considered Last Known Trajectory to be an Electro label, which is pretty understandable as Electro has been the imprint’s main focus. But 2014 sees the UK label break with its established style, and an able artist has been chosen to mark this break. […]

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Echo 106 :: Infernal Regions (Lux Rec)

A seriously strong statement of intent from Echo 106. Lux Rec have caught the album bug. Following  Alessandro Parisi’s excellent Draconia the Swiss imprint turns to fellow countrymen Echo 106. The brothers of Bruno and Hansruedi Schnueriger have graced Mathematics with a 12” and album and released Winter Music last year on Lux. Now the […]

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