You can’t expect something ordinary from Mordant Music. “Hume” walks on the borderline of real and imaginary world, presenting first a theatrical performance by an uncredited and dramatic vocalist (Vindicatrix?) who is doing it in Fritz Ostermayer style. Electro-acoustic composition and sleepy bass serve as backdrop. This is for the
After a hiatus of almost 15 years, if not to count some occasional releases, Detroit’s Generator Records is trying a new push. The label presents a compilation that contains both seasoned and rookie producers. In total eight tracks of tech house mainly, with some deviations to harder or jazzier sides.
A beautiful release from Chicago to herald the arrival of the summer. “Low Low’s Odyssey” by Soulomon (LOWLOW Remix) is bright and lovely synthetic house that does not lack intensity. Equipment sings and smooth layers take off one after another. A melodic storytelling about heroes who have won the seas
Juju & Jordash are Gal Aner and Jordan Czamanski, two Amsterdam residents who met for the first time in Haifa at end-1990s, have produced their first longplayer that is colorful like a greengrocer’s stand at a Jewish market. The self-titled album kicks off with “Deep Blue Meanies“, an easy-going tune with
The snow banks outside provide a good inspiration to compare this release with an avalanche. It’s as powerful and overwhelming but, unlike the unharnessed power of the nature, this experience is taking you over in slower motion – till you find yourself buried under it. The first, title track, has