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Good things come to those who wait – a statement that rings true with every Levon Vincent release on his own Novel Sound imprint. The New Yorker who had his breakthrough a couple of years ago has not only shown … Continue reading
Here’s the link to an excellent review of Surgeon’s new Breaking the Frame LP courtesy of FACT’s Ruaridh Law. I haven’t had the chance to give it a full listen yet myself, but if Mr. Law’s words are anything to go … Continue reading
When Ostgut release an album, it usually comes highly anticipated. Not simply because the Berlin label’s infamous brand identity is indebted to the iconic Berghain/ Panorama Bar goliath, but due to the freedom Ostgut grant their artists. This freedom, symbolic … Continue reading
Sixteen years old and still as fresh as ever. Enough said. Watch out for Surgeon’s upcoming Breaking the Frame LP on Dynamic Tension, which promises to be more focused on the Birmingham-based producer’s experimental side. Check out a mini-preview here.
After last week’s Grounded Theory party at Arena with mind-blowing live performances by Adam X and the Vault Series crew, as well as solid DJ sets by Milton Bradley and Perc, this Thursday sees the return of equally exciting techno … Continue reading
Lebanese sound experimentalist Rabih Beaini first caught my attention with his convincing Musafir EP released under his Morphosis moniker in May 2010. Roughly a year has passed since, and we’re now offered his full-length debut courtesy of the mighty-as-ever Delsin. … Continue reading