Review

Lazy H Releases “Music For Modular” – Born From Live Jams and Improvisations

An energetic and improvised album that bridges the gap between dark London jazz clubs and electronic music. With it’s sheer variety of dynamic modular sounds clashing with classic drums, keys and bass, “Music For Modular” from North London-based producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lazy H, reveals a sound that is versatility, yet contemporary.  About the Artist

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The Cryptic New Release From dogwater.exe is Revealed

Ready for something a little different? The enigmatic alias dogwater.exe presents a world of electronic disorientation. The release is far from ordinary, but is hands down something I have never experienced before. If you’re a fan of abstract, experimental electronica, well, you’re in for a real treat.  “This project was recovered from a mysterious box

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Exploring Emotional Landscapes: A Review of Micah Pick’s “Frameworks”

In the realm of neoclassical, experimental, and ambient music, Micah Pick’s forthcoming album, “Frameworks,” stands out as a captivating exploration of emotional depth. With influences ranging from Nils Frahm to Aphex Twin, Pick crafts a unique soundscape that challenges traditional notions of composition and sound design. In this review, we delve into the opening single,

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Scranton-based Multi-instrumentalist Broey. Releases Electrifying New EP, “Fragments”

Inspired by the sound of multiple artists and creative expressions, Scranton-based multi-instrumentalist Broey. releases their latest work, “Fragments.” We take a listen to the 6-track EP that was written and produced from start to finish, as well as hearing from the artist themselves about the incredibly positive vibes of the EP and highlighting two of

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San Francisco-based DJ and multi-instrumentalist CDCM Releases Trip-hop inspired “Dandy Lion”

San Francisco-based DJ and multi-instrumentalist CDCM, unveils their latest album, “Dandy Lion,” a homage to the trip-hop genre infused with ambient and downtempo elements. Inspired by English singer-songwriter Beth Gibbons and the iconic sounds of Portishead, CDCM channels their admiration into an album that captivates listeners with its thought-provoking arrangements and comforting nostalgia. In this

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Selected Ambient Works Volume II: Why This Iconic Aphex Twin Album Remains Relevant 30 Years On

Released in March 1994 by Aphex Twin, “Selected Ambient Works Volume II” serves as the sequel to the critically acclaimed “Selected Ambient Works 85–92.” Recognised as the “second greatest ambient album of all time” by Pitchfork in 2016, I explore the captivating 24-track album and share some insight into two of my favourite ambient works

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Navigating the Dystopian Soundscape: A Review of Macro/micro’s ‘Clicks’ EP

In the cacophony of our digital age, where algorithms dictate our preferences and social media personas overshadow our realities, Macro/micro’s latest EP, ‘Clicks‘, emerges as a haunting soundtrack to our collective descent into a social media dystopia. With its enigmatic blend of ambient, dark, and experimental sounds, ‘Clicks‘ invites listeners on a journey through the

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