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Syntaks, Awakes [Benbecula – BEN032, 2006]

“Awakes” is Syntaks’ debut album recently released by Benbecula (MAY 2006). An well-produced album, however is also yet another release with a to say the least, heavy slant towards what seems to be the ever-growing acoustic aspects of electronica. “Awakes” is a ten track long album where acoustic guitars and vocal elements incorporated in almost… Continue reading Syntaks, Awakes [Benbecula – BEN032, 2006]

PFM, Pre FM Tracks [No Ground-R – NG-R02, 2005]

Pre FM Tracks is the title of recording artist PFM’s three track 3″ No Ground-R release. Exceedingly beautiful and very cinematic in its qualities, layers of strings and crystalline-like structure, without being cold sounding, the first track does its title full justice “The Beauty of Repetition”. The second song on the three-song long EP “Prophet… Continue reading PFM, Pre FM Tracks [No Ground-R – NG-R02, 2005]

J.Auer, Assorted Elements (2004-2005) [Boltfish Recordings – BOLT015, 2005]

Joseph Auer delivers the 15th bolt and he brings more of his minimal drum machine based tracks and displays them on the “Assorted Elements (2004-2005)” EP. There’re four tracks of four-to-the-floor with a twist “Roppongi Hills”, “Disconnect”, “Icefall” and “Points”. Maybe the house influences are showing even more on this release, it’s straightforward and directed… Continue reading J.Auer, Assorted Elements (2004-2005) [Boltfish Recordings – BOLT015, 2005]

Obadia, Where Does Dust Come From EP [Autres Directions In Music – MOULIN009, 2005]

After the to say the least immense 30 cities/30 artists compilation release from last year (2004) comes the playful “Where Does Dust Come From EP”. Be it that the tongue-in-cheek factor is a bit high for my personal liking this release strengthens the Adim label’s identity. Lightly processed acoustic guitar and handclap forms the outlines… Continue reading Obadia, Where Does Dust Come From EP [Autres Directions In Music – MOULIN009, 2005]

Various Artists, Afterglow [October Man Recordings – OCTOBER MAN 2, 2005]

The sheer bulk of musical talent out there and the contrast to what you get to hear on a regular night out is overwhelming at all times and frightening more times than not. The compilation “Afterglow” recently released (Feb 2005) by newcomer label October Man Recordings demonstrates this in the clearest of ways. October Man… Continue reading Various Artists, Afterglow [October Man Recordings – OCTOBER MAN 2, 2005]

Schräge Musik, Untitled [White Noise – WN003, 2004]

Upcoming on White Noise is a series of 7-inches (Nov 2004), the handy vinyl format that doesn’t stress an independent label’s economy too much. The series is comprised by three releases by three different artists: Schräge Music featured on the WN001 split and two new signings (or aliases) “Kuken” and “Thallein”. Schräge Musik is first… Continue reading Schräge Musik, Untitled [White Noise – WN003, 2004]

Katten Click, 1 [Efter Records – EFTERCDR001, 2003]

The first offering from yet another Swedish electronica label, this time around it is Efter Records and Katten Click making the contribution. This nicely packaged CDR contains 6 tracks of electronica firmly grounded in the more ambient side of things. 1 starts off with the dub-infused “Organism#1” a piece of high-grade electronic dub. “Organism#2” leaves… Continue reading Katten Click, 1 [Efter Records – EFTERCDR001, 2003]

Myrza, All You Can Eat [Delikatessen Records – PLATE6, 2003]

The sixth offering from the ever-impressing Delikatessen label. The sixth plate is like the previous servings a 10″ the artwork and packaging is as brilliant as ever. The artists Myrza deliver “Lylt”, “Taksi” and “Lescal” three superbly composed tracks, they all contain cleverly constructed beats and the 10″ is really focused on the rhythmical side… Continue reading Myrza, All You Can Eat [Delikatessen Records – PLATE6, 2003]

Quench, A Journey into Electonix [U-cover – 002CD, 1999]

It was a while ago this album by Quench was released, in 1999 to be exact. It doesn’t matter it has stood the test of time in a striking manner. Quench unmisstakable take on electronic music shines through on this release as it does on all their releases. The album entitled “A Journey into Electonix”… Continue reading Quench, A Journey into Electonix [U-cover – 002CD, 1999]