20ft Records

20ft Radio

So, I was thinking of doing something a little different, I love to write about non commercial and very experimental 8bit music so when 20ft Radio an independent online radio station based in Kyiv in the Ukraine appeared on my listening radar I had to do this. First thing which is greatly obscure is it […]

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L&T Records

New label L&T Recordings is run by Thom Carruthers. L&T has a lot to give to the electronic scene, I listened to a number of tracks from Probe 1 by LeWmk to the single Phase O matic by  Jules van Daniken, and one noticeable and clever production style it has is the use of a […]

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Get Bright and Shiny with Y-DAPT on Rock the Crowd

Happy Friday, everybody! If you’re looking for something to get you hyped for the weekend ahead, you’ve come to the right place. This is Y-DAPT, who appears to be part-human, part…frog, maybe? This humanoid frog’s been producing for about a year, who also dropped a brand new track recently, “Rock the Crowd”. It took me […]

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Paul Blackford

This is one of those times where listening to a producer who has such a diverse range of influences is so satisfying. Paul Blackford manages to tie it all together with such precision that listening to his Deploy Strategic Reinforcement is totally pure and a fresh change. When you hear for the first time his […]

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Gorgon City Tears It Up at First Avenue

If I were to ask you to come up with the makings of a party atmosphere, you probably wouldn’t respond with ‘Minneapolis on a Wednesday night’ in your first thousand answers. It might impress you, then, to know that Wednesday in Minneapolis is exactly where Gorgon City’s party played out. When I arrived early with […]

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WaveStrip, Coded madness and genre chaos.

If your musical taste is heading in an experimental/memory inducing house music, then this Russian producer is your muse. The first thing I noticed is the great dynamics in WaveStrip‘s style, from deep-house-electro to alternative and experimental, all this within the 80s FamiTracker style sounds/chip music. Just listen to Game of acid, all this (and yes there is […]

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The Knocks

The Knocks Turn the Fine Line Into Their Own House Party

The production duo deftly who’ve been deftly shifting from house to hip-hop to indie pop, seemingly clocking in at all points in between, descended on Minneapolis last Thursday night and gave everybody something to write home about. (Full photo album here) Fresh off an announcement that their upcoming album received its finishing touches, it felt […]

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