Angel Of Death EP
TBR: 6th December
Cleric is once again going solo with a brand new and impressive EP. The 19th release on the Clergy label from the label's very own navigator continues the techno infused electronic music into the Christmas period. This time, the wise-men have to get to Manchester to pay homage to this immaculate conception of music.
With a quick and greasy tempo, the first track begins. Atmospheric sounds swirl around puncturing percussion which build and sway in a moving tempest. Vocals repeat across the top layer, merging further into the sound mass. Angel Of Death carries a spooky and hard-hitting edge of eerie atmosphere and sonic distortions. The frantic rhythm pushes forward, surging the energy further. The music simmers down for a brief interlude, the consistent drumming remains along with subtle sonics that craft between the notes. Over the next section of bars, the energy progresses and pushes the track back into the astral realm of dance.
Luddite is next, another A-side track. Massive fast paced beats surge out. A sonically invigorating machinery crunches and churns behind the penetrating drums. Heavy kick and hard-nosed cymbals crawl forward as industrial clatterings instil yet more flow to the rhythm. The music peaks with a high-end fizz and as the energy reaches a new state of frequency, the music cuts through and pushes on with the ferocious pace. New breaks in the cymbals echo and repeat which washes over the whole like an out of control bubble of sound. It bursts, revealing the sudden and insisting percussion once again.
The next up is another banging techno beat with space sounds curling and crawling around it. Another powerful injection of energy brings the music into a headstrong dance number that continues to rise with building insurgence. An underscore of sliding melody squeaks and squeals across the open valley of percussion to build a directional fuel for the momentum of the track. Huge waves of oscillating sound splash from wall to wall as massive beats continue to pressurise the dance hall. Acid Reflux carries abstraction and deep resonances through a cerebral journey of fast-forward beats.
Pretty Poison completes the record. Again, those famous bashing drums frame the piece. We know by now that Cleric gives us full-on percussive shine. More synths wavers against the grain, and cymbals take the centre-fold allowing a heavy slosh to rock the music from side to side. Exploratory synths with abstract wave-forms creak and curl in hollows knitted out by the frantic high energy drumming. Like a chisel peeling away at a soft wooden frame, sonic stabs and crumbling waveforms dig and dish through severed bars filled with rampant drums.
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Audiophile Deep Records
Out October 24th
Somewhere in a studio deep in Oklahoma sits HeartWerk. Delivering consistently modern and cutting edge variations of house and techno to Tulsa and beyond is what he does best. Audiophile Deep took notice and were more than happy to enter his name into their exclusive catalogue of music producers. Big things are in the works which are expected in 2020, and to let us in on the secret we're treated to a full-on two tracker that offers fifteen sensational minutes of brand new dance music.
Swerving synths adapt a serpentine dance around funky electro drums which bounce along at an energetic pace. A fuzzy bass-line surges through the low end to push the energy higher. Extra layers of percussion fill out the spaces, the siren like wail of the synthesiser continues to spin and hypnotise. Breathing sounds barge in, rhythmic and with an edge of Darth Vader, the music delves into an underground realm of flashing lights and smoke. A new bass-line makes its way to the front, resonant twangs on a wobbling scale offer another dimension to the flow of the piece. Organic makes use of simple effects and melody combined with intricate composition to portray a clear avenue for intellectual rhythms.
Air begins for the second number and a wide open area is explored as space and sound combine in a resonant reverb. Echo and drums make crashing sounds against distant walls while a spiky drumbeat sculpts a groove. Subtle chord synthesiser sends a monotone signal through which harmonises with the ambient expanse then sparks with potential energy. New notes build from the power-source, extra layers of key spill out over the lid and shine across the sky. Quicker drums penetrate the flow to give the track a new found sense of life. Ambient and abstract yet still fun and uplifting, a cosmic journey of mysticism and intrigue ensues.
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La Musica Es Dios
TBR: 25th November
This fresh and experimental record label headed up by Ellen Allien herself aims to give artists a space to explore their darker and dirtier sides. Where roughness and resonance combine to produce huge and inventive audio sculptures, UFO Inc. definitely holds the key to the best seats in the house. This new single holds the number three spot on the UFO Inc. catalogue and offers three exclusive mixes. With two originals and a remix of the A side, beating a path through the jungle of electronic music composition has never felt more enjoyable.
With banging drums that resonate on the high-end matched with pulsing synths that call out like an alarm, the music begins. A frantic pace frames the wobbly delivery, pushing beats through a regulatory tempo masher with each new layer. Piling on the drums and pulsing synths, a huge stodgy bass-line rips through to march in a melodic shoving match. La Musica Es Dios or Music Is God takes us through a techno inspired journey via blips and beeps fed through retro technology and space-age devices. Heavy on the dance and kinetic enough to fill the space, this exciting and high-energy track is really memorable.
Next, a twangy bass-line crawls over a staggered drum riff. Sloshy metal-work spills over the sides as a punchy bass drum kicks through in quick nuggets of pace. New percussive sections are added, rolling taps and anxious half-beats fill the space with a continual pressure. Hypnotic repetitions bring on a swirling quality that unravels gradually to fade into distant rumblings. Only a bass remains among ambient effects before a new sonic injection of rhythm takes control. Junge Sein has a slight drum n bass edge which rattles along an electronica laboratory wall.
We return to the framework of La Musica Es Dios for a new mix. That hypnotic synth tone projects a fast tempo across the airwaves while a pushy drum gathers itself behind. As the energy rises and the velocity of the journey switches into a new dimension, the layers of rhythm strike resonant angles on the surface. Subtle plucky bass dances in the corners while a compressed vocal sample begins to cast a phonic palette. Moody synths craft disparate atmosphere along lines of neatly portioned sky. Surging and rotating, the music elevates the energy with whopping bass and dirty edges which scrape along each other's sides.
You can find UFO Inc. on Soundcloud
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Ripperton Presents Zendama
TBR: 8th November
What began life as an idea for one record encompassing the vibes of all the positive people attracted to the Tamed Musiq dipole has resulted in a carefully manicured double EP. Ripperton Presents is a mash-up mix of various talents and feels that flow ambiently from artist to artist. Dissected into two distinctive parts, the double whammy vinyl offering takes us on a Tamed Musiq journey through inspiration and adventure.
Track one takes us straight into a house beat. Marching pace drums pound a dance tempo while subtle under-sonics scrape and slide against rough surfaces. The music progresses gradually, more emphasis enters in the atmospheric side while the consistently penetrating beat rumbles forward. Howling whistles frame a melodic element which usher in bouncy rubber drums which wobble and ping underneath. Matt Karmil with Just For Me builds in layers, new additions of percussion fortify and raise the vibrational mood.
Luminous Black & Emerald is next from Lord Of The Isles. A quick and snappy tempo resonates across dry open plains while distant rock formations bounce the echoes back to us. Distorted waveforms and static hums build like creeping vines around a framework of energetic flux. Building up and working down, melody begins to chime on either side with sporadic and harmonious bursts.
Number three opens with a wide open synth phaser which sweeps from side to side. Distant birds call out from secretive forests before a new projection of sound is unveiled. Magical interludes of nostalgic orchestration sprinkle childish blessings across the luminous bars. Wisps of harp decorate a sultry bass-line to the feels of Fleetwood Mac's Albatross. Sunny and secluded scenes of sonic clarity take us on cloud-top journeys through oceanic contours. This Jackmate's Special Interest Dub version of Rerun by Jackmate and Nik Reiff really does stand on its own.
We get to hear from the man himself as Ripperton takes the final slot on the first record. Indian Tree takes us into the seductive realms of slow dance and late night lights. Euphoric synths draw out shining lines across a sustain sky while rapturous rhythms align layers and pressure points within the harmonics of the track. Relaxing grooves encourage a reclining listening position, unless the music is being played in the club, when its wind-down quality undoubtedly prepares a room for something momentous.
As we enter the world of disk two in the double EP set, we're hit full on by another pounding house beat. This time with a little more juice and a persistent sense of strictness. The rhythm pushes on, uninhibited until a slight interjection of bass causes it to drop. New sonics are smoothed over in a sweet and fluffy film before the pounding tempo is revisited. Extra dimensions to the forward thrust of percussion are added, layers of timing and rhythmic shunts offer ever deeper digs into the groove. Signs of the Sun by DJ Nature throws us head-first into a vibrant festivity of beats.
Mary Yalex comes next with an introspective melody. It's soon matched by glistening hats which smash their way through a thin border of reality and dream. How U Really Feel begins to warble and spin on a fast approaching axis. Then, as the dust settles, a plucked and tapped bass note stitches through in an abstract timing. Eerie and ghostly sounds sway from side to side as the hypnotic beats continue to lay down their inward paths.
Next is a spectral melody that radiates in many opalescent directions. Spanning the cosmos with ambient clarity, a sudden surge of rhythm strikes down a catching vibe. We ride along a synth pulse which takes us on a side-stepping journey into further realms. Blips and beats combine along futuristic chords to give us a clear view of the future world swiftly approaching. Crowdpleaser brings us Claire, she sounds lovely, exciting, and full of energy. Effervescent composition gives buoyancy to the circular rhythms that marvel at the optimism wrapped in notes.
Iron Curtis finishes the record with a track called Werc Werc Werc. This Andy Hart mix takes the track down to a minimal beat introduction that gradually branches out with more percussive elements. Scratching static sounds underpin the repeating drum-lines before a new mirage like synth tone leaks from cracks in the ground. Subtle climbs in percussion and atmosphere give way to ever increasing pressures built from layers of drum and harmonising waves. Tranquil and full of character, this closing number sits carefree on the end of an invigorating selection of tracks.
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Frizner Electric Records
TBR: 1st November
LadyMonix makes an entrance just as the summer fades into memory. She wants to explore what it means to be deep. As we descend into the basements of the underground electronic music venues, leaving the open fields and secluded beer-gardens behind for another year, this throbbing crimson disk just itches to be played. Made of two originals plus a super remix, this three track blaster takes us further into the realm of LadyMonix and beyond. A soundtrack to many parties, Baby sets the season in motion with ample attitude.
A mash-up of percussion and lyrics begin the record. Clappy rhythms and random drums rotate on their axis and dig out a well chiselled groove. Emotional upbeat inflections in the vocal give the track a bouncing atmosphere, fabulous drum riffs pounce on the tempo with mirrors of loop and layer. Vibrant synthesiser pads jostle with shimmering melody that fills open spaces with inflatable brightly coloured ornaments, It's as if in a dream, we wander through lanes of tall grass and day-glow architecture. Memories of the summer-time fill our senses as we dance to this funky and expressive track.
A Stefan Ringer remix of Baby follows, the same groove is spun out along a deep and chewy bassline. That shimmering vocal re-emerges, stunning us with a new direction of energy. Effervescent liquid sensations cuddle and coil as minimal beats and thumping bass dish out avenues of rhythm. Building up with every few bars, layers tingle and touch with abstract tenderness to reveal more facets to the spinning-wheel of sound. A catchy dancing beat penetrates plucky synth and chiming harmonies. Emotive vocalisations of happiness ring out across the neat and portioned elements of rhythmic flow.
For the final entry, a ringing synth calmly pushes us out to sea with rapid shunts of tone. A snare and cymbal combo pound over a kick-drum with quick thrusts. Upbeat male vocal shimmies around the angular framework of rhythm while a penetrating synthesiser bashes out a monotonous pulse. Twin effects with drum and key give a dualistic two lane direction for exploratory vocals and funky synths to discover a catching atmosphere. A Feeling relentlessly bashes out a quick rhythm with lots of obliterating high-end while a steady thundering kick keeps everything rooted to the floor.
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Good Morning Tapes
TBR: 24th October
This magical EP by HTRK's Jonnine celebrates the singer-songwriter's debut as a solo artist. With her synonymous use of spoken word and deep, touching compositions, this time we can truly indulge in the musical talent from this super artist. We are taken on a magical adventure through the realms of supernatural thought. While exploring the inner guides and our own mental boundaries to them, this four track release projects poetry and fills the air with introspective vibrations. Jonnine created this album under the spell of a future film that she and long term colleague Zebrablood are destined to one day make. Tied in with eight years of great friendship and personal growth in each other's lives, this new EP offers us all a supernatural experience.
A bassy breeze of sonic spaciousness begins the music, like distant horns carried by the wind. Percussion bubbles from disinterested surfaces as Jonnine begins to cast her enchantments. Her sanguine voice carries through the composed abstraction like thread, stitched under and over the fabric of the piece. Eerie and haunting rhythms crunch through a soft undergrowth of sonic matter. You're Wanting It To Go This Way explores the way we create our own destiny and trial through the way we perceive ourselves, the inner workings of our self identity.
I Don't Seem Myself Tonight follows. It has a higher state of energy. Synths sing in a new rhythm, quicker and more punchy. Jonnine enters once more, this time she sings as well as recites. Harmonising tones and forward pushing beats raise the energies and create peace among emotional currents. More melody on chiming keys create wafts of colour before organic instrument sounds give percussive dream-like injections. Sleepy and comfortable, this track spirals into a blissful out of body sensation.
Turn over the record and we're hit with a guitar melody. It's filled by percussion and synth bass which takers the lead. Behind, a string vibrates in rhythmic clarity, holding key. The song begins, whispered and close. Jonnine tells us about the kind of people we're hanging around with, the kind of people who are just on the take. They see you as an opportunity for their ego. It might hurt to hear it but perhaps we needed to? You Can Leave The Vampires speaks to all those people who find themselves going nowhere with their talents.
Finally, Scorpio Rises Again starts on a clean vocal on its own. A small melodic drum patters behind then a trumpet sound rings out. The words are a warning, letting us know that somewhere within is a spirit waiting to grab with both claws and lash out with stinging force. Protective and ferocious, Scorpio represents so many things. We want them on our side, that's for sure. The music progresses with strings and wobbling effects before more trumpet and synthesiser begin to compose a dreamy score. Elements of several instruments combine as well as a male vocal to compliment Jonnine.
It's a spooky EP and one that builds an interesting energy in the room. Artistic and avant-garde, Jonnine's Super Natural is strangely accessible and works on many levels of intellect.
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Hercules And Love Affair
The Change EP
TBR: 1st November
After a long haul session of touring in which Hercules And Love Affair creates live reruns of all the favourite techno tracks, it's about time something new was put on the table. Andy Butler and producer Alec (Second) Storey combine their musical talents once more in the studio to create The Change EP. Change, the single and video, is out now and linked at the end. What it wants to say is “Expect New Things”, musical partnerships naturally progress as each member expands on their talent arsenal in their own direction. Keeping things fused and together perhaps owes thanks to the continual performances these two have been a part of. The release features the new track, of course, as well as three more. These well-known titles have been admirably remixed into something new, demonstrating how the now matches up to what came before it.
It begins with a bouncy drum rhythm. Deep and twangy percussion resonates in a calm sequence as a vocal sample works its way forward. Random phonics rhythmically chant over the beats as a whistling synthesiser enters with a melody. New drums find their way in, quick tapping snare and shaker create a waving ocean of solid percussion. Chiming bell synths add another layer of quality, like sheets along a neatly folded display, harmonies and tone resonances compliment one another. Vocals become more apparent, lyrics replace the rhythm sounds as trumpets start blurting their uplifting vibe. Raise Me Up (Featuring Anohi) gets a funky and leftfield make-over with this Hercules 2019 Remix.
A groovy combo of shakers, snare, and deep bass create the opener for Change. A curling tubular melody creates another angle to the shape before blips combine with a vocal line about changes. Sporadic and intermittent beeps swing on the sides of consistent and thorough beats. Lyrics begin to create a harmonising melody while a progressive element in the mix creates ever more inclusivity. We're drawn in as the rhythms repeat in hypnotic phrases. Chording warble notes span out in a madman flavoured spiralling dance as lyrics continue to keep us attentive. It breaks down to simpler layers before slowly finding pace and building once more.
A catchy bass driven rhythm opens for the next track. Alongside the rapid fire beats of kick come metallic slap sounds that add an industrial edge. New rhythms poke through, adding yet more teeth to the rotating cog of music. Dancing paced and full of emotive effects, sultry lyrics begin to craft a smooth enchantment across the groove. Crunchy rhythms and deep, sudden bass-lines give a digging feeling to the mix while skyward notations and poetic lyrics continue to spin the beautiful threads of silken vibe. Krytsle Warren adds a powerful energy to My Offence which gets mechanised and welded with new confident vigour.
Finally, we get a soulful vocal on its own. Harmonising elements raise the phrases before sloshy metalwork begins to underpin the intent. Repeating lyrics and sections of cymbal percussion give way to a deep bassline, decisive and exploratory. The vocals open to bring more words and tuneful bursts of voice. Harmony and rhythm work together while keyboard fills bring percussive notes into a new area of adventure. Extremely catchy and with an upbeat sense of optimism, Are You Still Certain (Featuring Mashrou Laila) again gets a new injection of energy to close this accessible and striking record.
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Go Far Away (Single)
Audiophile Deep Records
Out: 26th September
Rising star of the Audiophile Deep camp Leonardo Chevy is warmly welcomed back to the press with a brand new EP single. Raw and grabby techno comes in all shapes, and this one is definitely suitable for most electronic music clubs. With a deep understanding of the way sound and rhythm work together in a crowd and in a single head, Leonardo Chevy seems to always make excellent material without fail. It's been a bonanza year for Leo and this cherry on the top leaves us excited for what's to come.
A mixture of beats and area building sounds swirl together in a jagged intro. Three beats and a rest make the form as the music gradually fills its given space. Exploratory vocal effects enter, bringing a new dimension. Eerie and mechanical sounding chords churn in time to the rampant drumming while the digital vocoder work lays a representative silk across the body. Bass and chirruping synthesiser takes over, a brief percussion rest then unravels the drums again to culminate the progression. The previous elements merge with the new to give us a jumpy and dancing swish through repeating phrases of tone and beat. Go Far Away drops and builds at various intervals, each rise brings with it a new direction of energetic drive.
Ball Shaped Lightning may as well be a double A track as it carries the same clear quality as before. New rhythms crumbled in with dirty static sounds and shaking bass bring the temperature up. A higher pitched bell percussion adds another layer. Catchy rhythm licks disintegrate into new quicker timings as extra elements of beat are laid down. Less melody than before is equalled with complicated wandering drum patterns which fill the sides of chunky walking bass. Layers of rhythm combine in a dreamy slurry of techno infused sounds.
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Multi-talented composer and producer Buhduzit emerges on DeepWit Recordings with a unique edge. We love it when labels take risks with the less-commercial sounding artists, music is a continually evolving organism and it takes special people to break in with new sounds to create that change. With a passion for invoking natural instruments with electronic music configurations, the merging of atmospheres from two distinct worlds creates a new form of tangible substance. Honing an accessible sound from two definitive spheres gives Buhduzit an advantageous cutting-edge clarity which no-doubt makes a great foundation stone.
A snappy snare led rhythm opens Happy Go Lucky along with resonating synthesiser tones. Dubbed effects in the music give a jittering sense to the flow. A drum-break cuts through the scene to reveal a strong and heady bass-line. Wandering dancing beats churn in a bellows of tone and percussion. New drums with swirling expressions begin to create a layer of rhythm to sit on top of throbbing and far reaching bass tones. More progression unfurls as shimmering bell tones chime in ambient mirages of sonic apparitions. As the music continues, a storyline of evolving sounds and rhythm instruments drift along to create a continually moving and uplifting composition.
Next, a spiritual harmony of various notes whistle and chime through a thick, viscous static. Freight-train drumming canters along in the distance, revealing patterings of droplet sounds which glisten like enchanted audiences. Rhythm breaks free, a kick drum in double-time surges through as various swirling and murky tones dance in neatly illuminated glades. Tribal percussion as wooden blocks carry a basic tune forward through the shimmery composition. Faded strikes as a delicate examination of interesting sonic spires leaping from distant horizons. As we draw in, bar by bar, the majestic architecture brings itself to life as the ornate descriptions fractal into complexity.
Home starts with a thundering bass-drum which rumbles at an organised pace. As this continues, rain begins to fall and ping from various objects. Roof-tiles, water-barrels, guttering, all the elements of a home are there. Windy swifts of glittering sound fray in the punctured air as they build and coalesce once more within pockets of stillness. A smooth drum-beat shines forward in a chatty and upbeat grasp of the brighter side. The sun starts to come out, revealing all the many various perspectives and temporal anomalies of space.
For the final track, we get the DJ favourite. An almost aggressive rhythm peeks out from behind the curtain of silence and cuts through the remnants of the previous mix. An uplifting sense of introspective dance emerges as the track progresses into space-age swirling sounds and digital frills of high-speed tonality. A snare enters, it rolls and washes before a new dynamic in the bass gives a thumping edge to the mixture of independent yet gravitationally attracted sounds. U660 remains in the fast-lane, building and growing with each progression. As the record culminates, the energy is focussed and magnified in a beaming burst of synth, drum, and intelligent sound experiments.
Buhduzit can certainly be proud of this debut release. Then, there's more. Not only does 2019 see the entrance of this great electronic music artist, it also sees the birth of a new record label. Memory Cloud is set to be run by the man behind the Buhduzit camp and to specialise in experimental electronic dance.
You can listen to Epoch by Buhduzit now on Spotify
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Out 28th September
Glasgow based sound producer Ty Lumnus returns to the music factory with a distinctive new flavour. Previously known for surging down-tempo and dreamy soundscapes, this time rhythm is given a louder voice in the crowd. An experimental and space inspired dynamic remains, yet with beats involved, the music takes on a brand new dimension of drama. This four track diversion from reality replaces our everyday thoughts with an epic soundtrack full of visual prompts.
Opening with an electronic blip pluck which soars like a violin in an empty room, abstract and punchy beats craft their way through the mixture. Crunching rhythms and crackling warm distortion brew with sporadic and almost jerky melodies. Bass rips through in a heavy sunken ditch as the sides elevate in repeating motifs and compositional progression. Glittering sonic displays burst in ever-present wafts of sparkly sound while a progressive rhythm brings the intensity into new levels. This is Bird In The Air Pump, it chugs along with whistling harmonics that crinkle in the neatly marching tempo.
3 In Goats begins on a tubular bass which curls and shudders with each blast of its piping sound structure. Walking hi-hats chirrup in jostling kinesis until a new synthesiser phrase weaves an exploratory pattern among the already mature landscape. Looking around in all directions, the notes wander like searching eyes, unsure of what they will perceive. Chords bustle in the undertones in pulsating patters that continually fuel the building percussion section. The music grows each notion of self and allows new elements to adorn the progressive architecture. New bars bring new feels and as they rotate on their stereo axis the space allows new sounds to fill the potential.
Next, a melodic drum-riff clamours across an open valley. Windy sonics create lines in the air as their notations swerve in abstract twists. Helices of sound build into an up-beat dancing rhythm that warbles and shifts as if there are bumps in the road. Close to life feels in the twinges of layering match repeating jingles and rhythm sandwiches that become bricks that adorn a well sculpted design. Mysterious high end swirls dig at the ceiling while soft yet insistent pulsing drums merge in a river of percussion. Tolerances has an edgy quality, underneath the faced is perhaps a disfiguring current of chaotic froth.
The EP ends on Haldane Tables. A wooden instrument with a deep pot of sound beneath it creates percussive phonics in a rainy window of shimmering. Synthesiser with wobbling whistles starts to display a melodic intention before a chiming digital tone adds an array of shifting notes. These emerge into a deep and more layered instrument, it fizzes and drills as the composition evolves and builds under its own pressures. New waves of high pitch string fly out from crevices left over to form unique three dimensional patterns in the sonic sky. Building, breathing, almost living isobars of sound nestle among each other in a slow dance that snakes like a river across various cartographies.
Decompression EP by Ty Lumnus is on Bandcamp
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