Post Tagged with: "Sync 24"

Sync 24 x Privacy / DeFeKT :: Split Excursions Vol 1 (Cultivated Electronics)

Electro has bloomed as a genre over the last ten years and throughout that process, throughout that growth, Cultivated Electronics led the way. This recent split series brings together artists who are pursuing the colder edge of the machine, the line set down by the UK label. With every passing week that the electro bin […]

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Stratowerx :: CLS001 (Caught London Sleeping)

This little known artist serves up three tracks of frigid mechanics with Cultivated Electronics boss Sync 24 adding the remix support. The style pursued is stripped back, bare bones machine funk. London has never really lived up to its electronic music potential. Of course there are a spread of labels oozing out of that melting […]

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V/A :: Ten Year Electronics (Cultivated Electronics)

To commemorate this anniversary a 12” has been commissioned that celebrates the imprint and the wider electro world. Ten Year Electronics closes the recent series of collaborations between the boss, Phil Bolland, and like-minded machinists. For the finale four cold cut craftsmen have been drafted in from near and far. I wasn’t born an electro lover. […]

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V/A :: MTRON001 (Mechatronica)

Mechatronica’s first 12” has married a range of electro styles, cementing a solid footing for further excursions; whether these outings will range into different genres, time will tell. A new electro label? A brave endeavor five or six years ago but the desire for frosted machine funk is plain to see. The success of labels […]

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Sync 24 & Silicon Scally :: Jack Out EP (Cultivated Electronics)

Beats are cutting, slicing through thick banks of bass. Shockwaves ripple through speakers as the duo sharpen melodies into razor blade peaks. I was perusing a rival—well rival might be a bit much—fellow, brother in arms(!) music blog the other day. All messing aside if you haven’t had a look at Pattern Burst I’d seriously […]

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MMT-8 :: Sequencer EP (Cultivated Electronics)

Sequencer shows the sharper side of Cultivated Electronics. Clinical rhythms, driving bass lines and just a touch of warbling funk when needed. A solid expression of why 2015 has been a good year for electro. There’s been a bit of a buzz around electro in the past twelve months. 2014 it was house. Maybe it […]

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Morphology & Sync 24 :: Low Pass Gateway (Cultivated Electronics)

Unsurprisingly, this is a quality release. Morphology are part of a new generation responsible for re-inventing the colder side of electronics, as has Sync 24. Low Pass Gateway is emblematic of their achievements. Distance, diverse and deep. The Finnish duo of Morphology are not strangers to Britain’s Cultivated Electronics. The partnership premièred on Sync 24’s […]

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Sync 24 :: Twilight Zones (Central Processing Unit)

Sync 24 ducks beneath the circuit boards, this time resurfacing for four tracks on Sheffield’s Central Processing Unit. Sync 24 is a name synonymous with Electro. Under this moniker Phil Bolland has headed his Cultivated Electronics imprint as well as releasing his own brand of cold machine music. The UK artist is once again ducking […]

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Sync 24 & The Exaltics :: Vacuum Years (Cultivated Electronics)

Vacuum Years inaugurates a new series that will see Cultivated Electronics boss Sync 24 (Phil Bolland) team up with some top names in Electro. Rob Witschakowski must have given up food this year. Maybe it’s sleep. Or perhaps he’s adopted some sort of machine man hermit life. Something’s got to account for Jena artist’s productivity […]

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V/A :: World Electronix 4 (Cultivated Electronics)

The UK’s Cultivated Electronics is continuing its World Electronix series. After three excellent installments it’s time for the fourth, revisiting some old favorites whilst adding some new names to the CE family. Up first is a the seriously talented Gerard Hanson. The US artist, also Convextion, is donning his more familiar E.R.P. guise to deliver […]

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V/A :: Bass Agenda Vol.1: The Fight Against The Mundane (Bass Agenda)

Bass Agenda Vol 1: The Fight Against the Mundane is a special release featuring the vast majority of the artists that took part in Bass Agenda during its first year. Bass Agenda Recordings is a new independent record label and extension to the radio show Bass Agenda that broadcasts on UK based Future Music and […]

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V/A :: World Electronix Volume 2 (Cultivated Electronics)

To date the World Electronix series has focused on the mechanically minded men of Europe, those exploring the cold, often clinical, ice moons of electro. The project has seen layers of complexity arrive to the often puritanical sound, new structures being built on the foundation of the old. [Purchase page] At the end of the […]

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Sonar Base :: We Attack At Dawn (Cultivated Electronics)

Sonar Base maintains the level of quality that Cultivated Electronics has paved across ten releases. The tracks are full bodied, muscular pieces of electro and this UK imprint is rightly gaining higher esteem with every release. A savage, clever, and unrelenting return from Sonar Base. I was lucky enough to catch Dopplereffekt in Glasgow some […]

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SYNC 24 :: Cultivated Electronics Promo Mix

New Cultivated Electronics promo mix from CE label head Sync 24 for Igloo Magazine, May 2012. Tracklist :: —Sonar Base :: “The Journey Home” (CE010) —Scape One :: “Time Falls” (CE008) —Morphology :: “Tangent Spaces” (CE009) —Scape One :: “Potent Mutagen” (CE008) —Morphology :: “Information Paradox” (CE009) —Boris Divider :: “Primary Functions” (CE011) —Sonar Base […]

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Morphology :: Information Paradox EP (Cultivated Electronics)

With its new club night up and running down in London it’s time for Cultivated Electronics to serve up a new slice of electro. Quick trip to the grey skies of Finland is in order. [Clone release page] The Finnish dynamos of electro, Morphology, set out some clinical analogue moods with Information Paradox. With every release […]

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