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  • Paper Dollhouse – The Sky Looks Different Here

    Dave Wesley, March 28th 2018

    I’ve been a fan of Paper Dollhouse before the tide of publicity started rolling their way.   I think one of the band members works at The Wire, so their press is naturally laced with intellectual cool and it looks like they will be playing some gigs that feature a juice bar and knitting classes. Paper […]

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    • New Deadbeat – You Gonna Like (These) Snakes

      Dave Wesley, March 3rd 2018

      If you like Ricardo Villalobos’ deconstructed groove production, you “gonna like (these new) snakes” from dub techno pioneer Deadbeat. Remember Ricardo’s Fabric mix of original tracks and the specific track with the Taiko drums combined with a rambling nightclub era Liza Minnelli?  (At least I think it was Liza Minnelli.)  Berlin is obviously importing water from […]

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      • Sangrem – You Forget This

        Dave Wesley, February 8th 2018

        Person #1 – “Hey, you got your dub techno in my vaporwave!” Person #2 – “You got your vaporwave in my dub techno!” Both – “Mmmmm.  This is pretty good.” Dream Catalogue has a deep catalog of great music. You Forget This by Sangam

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        • Giulio Aldinucci: Borders and Ruins

          Joel Hanson, January 24th 2018

          Growing up in a Protestant household in the mid-80s, I was exposed to the folksy remake of Christianity, which always struck me—historical inaccuracies and problematic dogma aside—as missing the point of religious experience. The main problem was the music; the inability of those tired hymns, and folk-rock ballads, to take me anywhere close to the […]

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          • Minimal Dub Techno from Echonaut

            Dave Wesley, January 13th 2018

            Arctic Dub (Sursumcorda) announces Echonaut ‘Satya’ EP.   FOR FANS OF: Fluxion, echospace, Doyeq, Dave Wesley, Sven Laux, Mr. Cloudy   Satya by Echonaut   Echonaut’s Satya EP is comprised of a set of four original tracks with one remix – that embrace a timeless potion of minimal and hypnotic dub, deeply absorbing, cultured and […]

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            • Imprec Fundraiser Sale

              Adas Butler, January 10th 2018

              From Merzbow to Matmos, Acid Mothers Temple to William Basinski, Important Records has released some of the most vital artists working in electronic, experimental and noise forms. Now they’re having a clear-up to raise funds for a new office and have made a bunch of unique test pressings available, as well as exciting bundles of […]

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              • Leafar Legov – Family

                Adas Butler, January 6th 2018

                “Giegling can be described as a feeling, where the warmth of nostalgia is brought to vivid life and the instinctive pleasure of the dance is tempered with an existential inquisitiveness.” Family, the new record from Leafar Legov on the Giegling label, is fantastically deep, warm and varied; the perfect antidote to anyone who still says […]

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                • Winter In June

                  Adas Butler, January 5th 2018

                  “Are the days of winter sunshine just as sad for you, too? When it is misty, in the evenings, and I am out walking by myself, it seems to me that the rain is falling through my heart and causing it to crumble into ruins.” ― Flaubert Let’s embrace winter. It’s not all the bareness […]

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                  • Forays of an American Expat: A Night In Viborg

                    Franklin Streck, January 2nd 2018

                    So a Swede, a Finn, and an American walk into a bar…this was the other night in a very small town in Denmark called Viborg, located in a farm-covered area called Jutland (the peninsula part of Denmark that’s connected to Germany). We’re here for work, and after having dinner decided to go to a dive […]

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                    • Preston Field Audio – PFA

                      Adas Butler, November 10th 2017

                      Esoteric field recordings from the North of England. This one a soundtrack to a town. Dive in: “Following 2016’s Rhythm Tree Fell [concrete tapes], PFA sees Carl Brown redeploy for another full length offering, illustrating 4 scenes in 4 corners of Preston, Lancashire. The release is indebted to a sense of care, illustrated by the […]

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