Margus Löve launched the Processed imprint ten years ago in Tallinn and marks the anniversary with a various artists EP. The A-side belongs to Löve’s own 1DERL& alias, the first two tracks picked from the CD album “Reflection” (2012). “Float Boat” is on a par with mid-paced funk of VogelRead More →

Current nostalgia wave is not limited to numerous reissues and wide usage of decades-old sound templates. It also means that simultaneously several well-known names from the past are around. Among them, with a new album “Lethal” on Kniteforce, is Liquid – known from early 1990’s superhits “Liquid Is Liquid” andRead More →

***** Various – Carebot$ (Carebots) (Bass Agenda BA105 – 2020) A cavalcade of electro artists, virtually a Who’s Who of the genre have been summoned by UK’s Bass Agenda, for a good cause of supporting NHS and Médecins Sans Frontières. Before embarking on this charity mission, the label head AndyRead More →

“H+ Sexualis” is a marvel from Glasgow underground, conceived by the local artist Vickie McDonald who has joined Domestic Exile for the debut release under the Kleft alias. Formerly associated with punk and noise groups such as Divorce, Mourn, Zone Collective and Cartilage, McDonald now supplies an adhesive for unifyingRead More →

Dubstep and bass music has not caught much of my attention. Perhaps I missed the first wave of innovative productions and didn’t find excitement in later releases, when the genre moved closer to dance music’s mainstream. However, my ignorance has neither been deliberate nor total because since Goth-Trad EP, I’m having a crushRead More →

Scottish two-man techno act Clouds has found an inspiring haven in Canada when they have released the debut album and four EPs, including two takes of “Tannhauser Acid Works”, on the Montreal-based Turbo Recordings. Now Calum Macleod and Liam Robertson are ready for another round, this time as curators ofRead More →