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  1. First collaborative release between Darren Nye's SpaceTime and Childhood Intelligence, an album length outing from Darren Nye and Owen Nye (no relation, they also form Brothers From Another Dimension). From ambient through deep melodic IDM to electro and hints of acid, an album catering to emotive electronic music enthusiasts everywhere. Extremely highly recommended.
  2. First release on Fourier Transform's digital only sublabel (d). Highly recommended.
  3. I have a long-standing relationship with Tejada's deep house/tech sound, and Palette is a label I still buy on sight. Highly recommended.
  4. The first four releases on Placid's We're Going Deep label are essential for any deep, emotional, melodic electronic dance music enthusiast. Derek Carr, Posthuman, Tin Man, Armec, Jared Wilson, Cignol, Rekab, Moy, Reedale Rise, B R Posse, et al. The digitals come on sale as the vinyl pressings are sold out, I'm opting for both vinyl and digital. Highly recommended.
  5. Beautiful double pack of melodic emotional electric music for ears, brains, and feet on Derek Carr's own label. Highly recommended.
  6. Four tracks from the deep edge, from house to electro to mellow IDMish tapestry. Highly recommended.
  7. Full preview for tomorrow's tape drop. Highly recommended.
  8. Deep, melodic acid/breaks journeys, availalble first on dubplate vinyl (25 pcs), then hopefully in digital. Highly recommended.
  9. Another digital self-release from Altered Sense, from Sam McQueen. Beautiful and enticing, also made me revisit the Dreams In Sepia album on a.r.t.less and grab the other two releases on Indigo Aera and Delsin. Highly recommended.
  10. Deep heat house from Planisphere, David Swatten's second release ever and in two decades (not counting the two self-released CDRs). Highly recommended.
  11. Massien's debut album of hazy two-step, deep house, breaks and techno. Worth checking out.
  12. Deeper melodic dance tracks, some with a distinctive nod towards the 1990s UK UK/Detroit fusion of Stasis, Nuron, Repeat, As One etc.
  13. First two releases on a new UK label catering to deep, smooth, melodic electronic tastes. Currently vinyl only.
  14. Propersound releases are vinyl only by default, but they might be available in digital through the artists themselves.
  15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezN0MSemeTc
  16. Spotify Juno Beatport Also on Rough Trade, deejay, red eye records, etc.
  17. Yo! Been a while since I've posted. Hope everyone is okay. Anyways have a listen to this and let me know your thoughts. Nice one!! https://soundcloud.com/thebro/the-bro-winter-boogie-demo
  18. After almost ten years of silence South African musician Felix Laband is back with his new album Deaf Safari. His previous albums are some of the clearest music I've ever heard, so nicely produced. using a lot of field recordings like dripping water in a basement, a sink flushing, a pencil writing on paper. With Deaf Safari he focusses a bit more on vocals and sampling and is more influenced by the Kwaito house scene, while stil maintaining his singnature sound. I've been waiting a couple of years for this album so I'm pretty excited about this one Deaf Safari is out on the 29th of May on Copost records as Vinyl CD or download. You can listen to some previews on his soundcloud. [sc5]173704131[/sc5] [sc5]158018034[/sc5] [sc5]174827615[/sc5] Here's an interview from a couple of months back [youtubehd]/7ALs880jaKg[/youtubehd] Info: Deaf Safari is an audio collage of subjects that interest me and speak of the world I live in. It is an album composed of sampled recordings from the media landscape that has been the soundtrack to my life over the last ten years. The most important development in my current music and as can be heard on Deaf Safari has been my understanding of the beauty and power of the spoken word. I have experienced severe indifference to contemporary pop and electronic music as a whole over the last many years, as I have felt that social comment of any relevance has been ignored by music in general. Deaf Safari attempts to bring sociopolitical comment into my music without taking any specific stand. Sampled outside of musical influence directly from the news; from preacher sermons or from contemporary African documentaries. I have finally created a story with sound that I feel accurately conveys my personal experience with the African world I live in. My musical influences on this album lie mostly with local Kwaito house. Deaf Safari is an experiment within certain boundaries of the 4/4 genre, to create my own South African “house” album. I am proud and inspired about the South African Kwaito house scene. However, as with my first three albums, “Thin Shoes In June“ (2001) - "4/4 Down The Stairs“ (2002) and "Dark Days Exit“ (2005), I am still interested in making strange and evocative music. American Roots music from the earlier periods of the 20th century has deeply resonated with me during the making of this album. The incredible field recordings by Alan Lomax of Negro prison and chain gang work songs, and the beautiful early recordings of artists such as Leadbelly have had a major influence on Deaf Safari. I am truly excited to release this album and to start performing in the music world again. It has been ten years since I released "Dark Days Exit , and although I have been purposefully absent from the music world, I have none the less never stopped making music. I feel that I have finally arrived at a mature and challenging stage in my pursuit of making emotional music of relevance.
  19. Hi people, Here's the "Progressions" ep by Bless/ Curse Hope you'll like it!
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