Chic, melodic electro from Paris-based Pierre Rousseau. ‘Musique Sans Paroles’ (Music Without Lyrics) achieves harmony and pop sensibilities, within a restrained framework of sound sources.
Sounding like an undiscovered early 80’s Italo disco cut this recently released tune will sure to be doing the business for some time to come. You don’t really need to read about it, just listen and know!
This is Loula Yorke. The Suffolk-based sound artist gives us an insight into her influences and current practice. From raves to workshops, via leftist techno performed on synths built into tree trunks.
On the surface, Rocky Jones may appear to be a bit of a one-hit wonder, on Discogs this 1987 track is listed as his only single. But his influence on the history and evolution of House music is much greater than a quick glance at his discography may indicate.
Super Rhythm Trax celebrate their 30th release, with an equal parts melodic and tuff acid record, from Finland’s Type-303.
RVNG Intl – Release: 29/2/20
Batshit bonkers from the RVNG (un)stable. Pythonesque moments collide with off-piste rhythms and melodies verging on the clinically insane, in this collaboration between Sea Urchin and Aki Goto’s Shirotento Orchestra.
Brighton based The Forgotten Man has been quietly and slowly building things up over the last year or so on his own Noctu recordings label. This release is our favourite so far. Don’t expect anything groundbreaking in terms of new styles or fancy gimmicks, but do expect something quality and long-lasting when it comes to the musicianship and feeling.
Debauched disco from the Warmduscher gang. This time around ‘Midnight Dipper’ is given a thorough Soulwax buffing up.
All City give us an exclusive full track preview of ‘New Appliance’, the title track from their upcoming 10″ release by Kutmah.
“A diverse fusion of his classic beat styles and a signpost to a new departure using all his wave, noise & punk influences.”
You can read our review of the record here
New Appliance will be available as a limited 10″ vinyl and digital via All City Records on March 2nd 2020.
Bit late to the party with this one, but it still deserves a mention, as there are still some vinyl left (!). Symptoms of Love bring the vintage sampling styles (ala Thomas Dolby’s Fairlight era) along with modern production sensibilities, in this lush 5-tracker on Sydney’s Planet Trip.