NERO – Essential Mix

They’ve taken their sweet time to give fans a follow-up to the groundbreaking ‘Welcome Reality,’ but it looks like it’ll be well worth the wait. Any essential mix that starts with Bjork is bound to be an adventure. Showcasing tracks off of the recently released ‘Between II Worlds,’ this mix is quite the journey. Fans of […]

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Barely Alive & Astronaut – Rivals EP

Barely Alive & Astronaut have teamed up and delivered a fresh,new project, dubbed Rivals EP, that combines Dubstep, Glitch Hop,and Electro House. Astronaut’s contribution seems to smoothen Barely Alive’s sometime overly harsh sound. My favorite track is “Bad Fellas” which combines Gltich Hop with that G-Funk, Dr. Dre sound. Check out Rivals EP below. AJ […]

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Play it Right-Sylvan Esso

SYLVAN ESSO, a band of two made up of vocalist Amelia Meath and DJ Nicholas Sanborn, was created in 2013. They were founded on the production of Play it Right. Meath asked Sanborn to remix her song, and the product was something quite remarkable. This convinced both to band together and become Sylvan Esso. This […]

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Sneo-Contact EP

It’s not often that I’m pleasantly surprised by a bass music artist these days, but Sneo‘s work on ‘Contact’ did just that. Complex, menacing, and energetic, this EP traverses genre boundaries, seamlessly blending electro-house, neurofunk, and more. Orchestral and epic, it’s perfectly crafted and not over-bearing, as many entries in the field tend to be. […]

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Mord Fustang-Drivel

Seems like we only hear something from Mord Fustang once every few months. Unlike your average DJ of today, he’s not really an outgoing personality on social media or in the press. As such, it always seems that when he does see fit to preview or release a track, the product is usually of the […]

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Rustie: Green Language

Sophomore albums are often a toss-up, especially for somebody so quickly met with as much success as Rustie, a break-out album followed by a landmark BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and even a summer mixtape for NPR. Green Language may be more subdued than Glass Swords, but it also feels more organized, somehow more deliberate. […]

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