With determination and courage, Maxime Denuc set up a challenge between computer and organ. More exactly, in May 2021 the musician from Belgium steered electronically the organ in the St. Antonius-Kirche in Düsseldorf. Offering various forms of modern classical with an urban twist, “Nachthorn” would not sound out of placeRead More →

***** Fadi Mohem – MOHEM 01 (MOHEM 01 – 2022) Did Fadi Mohem ignite a new club trend by offering something many may have subconsciously anticipated: Dub techno for peak times? Without interruption, the school of Basic Channel has been present in electronic music, either in worshipping sessions of theRead More →

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 →

In November 2006, Convextion’s debut album left the pressing plant. There was much anticipation in the air, as already in 1995, the artist’s first EP on Sean Deason’s freshly founded Matrix Records had become a landmark of dub driven minimal techno. Before the album release, the price of the MATRIX1Read More →

Suitably for an album scheduled for November, “Sublunar Tides” is carrying the melancholy of fallen leaves when Plant43 revisits familiar deepness in a new album. The artist has conceived another set of attractive compositions, which offer home listening pleasures and also work in a suitable club environment or even inRead More →

Breakbeats in the title track are speaking the language of past decades, when the Russian producer balances on steep slopes of nostalgia and spices up the feeling with brusque drum patterns. Action-packed syncopation of “Vacant Crew” is conceived for climbing solid rocks in thin air, the power drink for theRead More →

For the launch of the self-titled label, electronic music enthusiasts from Minimal Detroit have summoned artists from both sides of the Atlantic, which may explain why the EP is called “The Bridge”. The A-side features local heroes from Michigan, perpetual minimalist Terrence Dixon opening with tight “The Musical”, which isRead More →

Hardly any daylight penetrates the depths of “A Warm Place”, which is furnished with low frequency roars of unknown species. So begins Tomas Jirku’s new album “A Philosophical Enquiry Into The Synesthetic  Experience Of Touching The Sublime”, as the full title reads on the sleeve. Released on Canada’s Silent Season,Read More →