Post Tagged with: "Willie Burns"

9300 Records :: 31 Km Northwest of Brussels

There’s something that bit more intriguing when something is being attempted away from the bright lights of the bigger cities. From a mutual affinity for machine music, friends coming together over their favorite records, 9300 Records was born. I try to keep my ear to the ground, I try to cover new artists and labels […]

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Move over Andie MacDowell :: Sex Lies Magnetic Tape

Northern Ireland breaks out the electronic stream. I’ve never written so much about Northern Ireland as I have in recent months. Well, when I was a student there it was a common essay topic but a musical context is a new foray. I’m glad to say there’s a solid and positive reason for this focus […]

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ROBBIE GEOGHEGAN :: Last Gasp (mix)

So after a good long flight, after cleaning the flat, after having a cup of tea, here’s a mix of some old tracks and new tracks. I keep on meaning to make mixes. I keep on meaning to sort out that boiler. I keep on meaning to buy a new mop-head. I keep on meaning […]

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Legowelt / Willie Burns :: Angels Against Dust (Beyond The Speakers)

A firm setting of the bar from Beyond the Speaker. Legowelt. Willie Burns. Not a bad set of names to attach to your first release. Beyond the Speakers, a new American imprint, has managed to bring together these pioneering artists, the steadfast synthesizist Danny Wolfers and the head-turning William Burnett, for Angels Against Dust. Bawdily […]

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ROBBIE GEOGHEGAN :: Removed. Mix

Vinyl records are a bastard to move. There’s no bones about it. People may love it as a format, but lugging it is tantamount to hauling coal. The decision to move my records, once again, wasn’t taken lightly. In 2012 I moved around five hundred of them back to Ireland from Scotland, whilst I moved […]

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BORNEO :: igloomag Mixtape 2

Borneo is not the most of famed countries. Located in Indonesia, Borneo is the third largest island in the world and home to some of the oldest rainforests on the globe. Within those thick lush jungles live Borneo’s most famous residents, the orangutans. From these same forests, now residing in The Netherlands, comes Borneo Records. […]

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Nao Katafuchi & Pauk Woznicki :: Double review (W.T. Records)

W.T.’s back catalogue contains myriad styles; this latest pair of EP’s see that same eccentricity explored. Nao Katafuchi are already turning heads, Yumogeto being a 2012 favourite of Xeno & Oaklander’s Liz Wendeblo, with their sleek brand of synth wave. Woznicki comes from a more obscure place, a trailblazing sound of rebounded reverbs and polyphonic […]

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Willie Burns :: Another Place, Another Time (Sequencias)

The pole position enjoyed by House for the past few years will undoubtedly break, and probably sooner rather than later. This won’t matter so long as labels like Sequencias, and artists like Willie Burns, continue to add value to the genre. Following a dark journey into Jak, NY based Sequencias lands with a new 12” […]

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Momentform & Kartei :: Double review (W.T. Records)

W.T. Records closes a productive 2011 with two débutantes, First up are France’s Momentform with their self titled EP. Momentform is Fake breaks the silence with a slow piece of synth wave. Intelligent structures weave as strings add another dimension to the synths. “Selected Works” is an electro wave powerhouse from the get go. Vocals […]

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L.I.E.S. sees house in the past, present and future

The 303 rawness of the past house masters is present, the depth of Theo Parrish is here as well as the unapologetic grit of modern Jak. Fair play to Ron Morelli and the L.I.E.S. team, one year down and already blazing a serious trail. What is in a name? Not much, but it can help. […]

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