Something refreshingly unexpected this week – bringing together the hypnotic embrace of rhythmic tribal techno and minimal house, with catchy melodic threads, multiple vocals, lashings of character and an overall addictive groove – Washington creative CHAMi lifts the mood with style, for GANGSTA.
Hard-hitting Techno at a faultless tempo of 148, surrounded by brief melodic bass and key progressions that subtly introduce a mood and sense of movement – H.I.O.B offers up the detailed and euphoric new track Roahr.
On top of his DJing background and extensive collection of a original compositions, Mateus Machina also made waves recently with his live improvisation video uploaded to YouTube – within which the musician impressively freestyles on the synths to craft a brand new track in real time.
Ambient initially, before finding its industrial roots amidst a tribal groove and cascading electronic synths, Moth features a distorted melodic pattern in its first quarter – sort of dark trip hop with a twist of heavier late-night vibes.
New music from ALISA FOX can only mean one thing – turn up the volume and fasten your seat-belts.
Creatively unpredictable yet conceptually well-rooted, the brand new EP from producer and artist Purple Tones achieves impressive levels of both nostalgic embrace and unrivaled originality.
Heavy retro techno meets with crisp contemporary production, as Switzerland producer DJ MATEY releases a host of original tracks.
Re-crafting the space around you with faultless attention to detail, as ever – CRS-1 takes listeners down an entirely new audio pathway once again, with the depth and dramatic edge of SPACETIME.
Designed from a place of humility and intricate skill, the EP Spires Of Ulduar celebrates the ambient escapism of the finely-crafted, deep techno realm.
Bridging the gap between timeless Techno and House threads of escapism, and the more contemporary freedom of composition that is these warped fragments of voice, synth and intention, SolarPulse hits the scene with authenticity and heart.
Encapsulating alternative culture and the sound and sights of the underground, Bang drives with intensely bass-heavy rhythms and a stop-start presence that’s both refreshingly creative and unforgivingly impactful.
Underground vibes weigh heavy on the day’s work and instead inspire a nostalgic longing to escape into the grip of the night’s unrelenting rave scene.