Post Tagged with: "Minimal Techno"

EinarIndra :: Unravel EP (Möller)

Unravel starts strong and then eases off—this is an EP put together like a strong water current at full moon, resting bit by bit as the sun comes out. EinarIndra kicks things off precisely where he’s been before with new EP Unravel. He features his ghostly vocal style beside an ambience of synths, and deep […]

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EinarIndra :: Stories EP (Möller)

This electro-RnB combination is quite sensual in delivery—you’re feeling his music as you go along instead of hearing things and passing rash judgement. I caught up with Möller Records owner during their Ireland tour earlier this year, and he was ecstatic about einarIndra‘s debut due a few months later. The debut has since arrived and […]

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Kangding Ray :: Cory Arcane (Raster-Noton)

Insistent and incessant loops built from clustered assemblages of staccato chunks of sound achieve a kind of weightless velocity, churning heat out from the furious friction of its own kinesis, droning like humming industrial machinery we eventually learn to tune out. After nine years and five full-length albums to his credit, I’m still waiting for […]

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Photophob :: And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember (M-Tronic)

And All The Dreams You Don’t Remember is a perfect midnight ride album that—to my ears—is best suited for those nocturnal roamings across landscapes of your choosing be they via car, train, plain, foot or a mouse and a keyboard. A foray into minimal dub and deep ambient territories. Photophob’s And All The Dreams You […]

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Kangding Ray’s Raster-Noton Renewal

Cory Arcane is full of intriguing compositions characterized by Letellier’s intricate percussive programming, textural invention, and deep-buried melodies, fitting comfortably into the Raster-Noton aesthetic, while retaining his own idiosyncratic voice. News of an album impending from Kangding Ray for gratifyingly still fertile and thriving minimal electronica label, Raster-Noton. Cory Arcane will be the fifth by David Letellier for the crack Chemnitz […]

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MKFN :: This Divide EP (Touchin’ Bass)

Though it’s superficially rooted in techno, the trans-national trio known as MKFN push the boundaries of sound design and rhythmic complexity. Though it’s superficially rooted in techno, the trans-national trio known as MKFN push the boundaries of sound design and rhythmic complexity on their new release. “Terrain” opens the This Divide EP with a swelling […]

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YAIR ETZIONY :: Igloo Mix

Closing up Summer, False Industries‘ own Yair Etziony offers Igloo Magazine an exclusive techno set. 01. Regis :: “Blood Witness” 02. Robert Hood :: “Alpha” 03. Steve Stoll :: “November Yankee” 04. Surgeon :: “Floorshow, Pt. 1 – 3” 05. Traversable Wormhole :: “Traversing The Asteroid Belt” 06. Morphosis :: “Silent Screamer” 07. Yair Etziony […]

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Kayla Painter :: A Very New Everything EP (Bit-Phalanx)

Bristol-based Kayla Painter may be the next generation out of a well-established local tradition, but her sounds single her out as a new hybrid genus. Discreet and memorable new thinking scrupulously executed. A Very New Everything is soft and budding, a cautious green shoot of supple techno poking its head out of the shiny metal undergrowth. […]

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