Tag Archive: electronica reviews

Dems – Muscle Memory (album) (Sew In Love Records)

It’s often said that the space between notes is just as important as the notes themselves – this is certainly true of Muscle Memory, the debut album from South London electronic trio DEMS.… Continue reading

Fractures – Won’t Win (single) (self-released)

Australia’s Mark Zito pka Fractures recently released the single Won’t Win – the lead single from the upcoming self-titled EP – which made the top ten on Hype Machine. The upcoming Fractures EP… Continue reading

Breen – Say What You Want (single) (POP unLTD)

Having already received plays from Huw Stephens as well as Jen and Ally on BBC Radio 1, it would seem that Say What You Want – the debut single from 21 year old… Continue reading

Nick León – IIII. Palenque (Mind) (single) (self-released)

Nick León, a 20-year old producer from South Florida, decided to introduce himself to the world a couple of days by dropping the track,  IIII. Palenque (Mind). With a minimalist but ever so… Continue reading

CTA Loves You – Take It Over (single) (self-released)

Following their debut track, “Who Cares” late last year, UK dance music trio CTA Loves You have just released their new single, “Take It Over” – part two in the band’s trilogy of singles.… Continue reading

Houses – A Quiet Darkness (album) (Downtown Records)

It was with equal parts excitement and dread that we queued up ‘A Quiet Darkness’, the forthcoming album from electronica duo, Houses. Why dread? In early March we reviewed the first single, “Beginnings” (read… Continue reading

Mount Kimbie – Made To Stray (single) (Warp Records)

Last week, Mount Kimbie, the London based electronic music duo consisting of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos, shared a new track, “Made To Stray”, from their forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less… Continue reading

Chet Faker – Live Sessions (EP) (self-released)

Chet Faker is an exciting new artist who hails from the tight-knit disco and house music scene of Melbourne, Australia and who creates a unique brand of electronica-soul. Chet Faker signed a deal with… Continue reading

Carnivals – Kindness / Swallow The Sky (single) (self-released)

‘Kindness / Swallow The Sky’ is the new single from Sheffield-based experimental electronica artist Stewart Green who records music under the moniker of Carnivals. The new single follows the release of 5-song ‘Humility’… Continue reading