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Love music for the mind and soul, esp electronic from ambient to dubby to psy to Idm to techno..etc. Anything that's deep and thoughtful. Not into club dance! Also enjoy non commercial good rock/metal, hip-hop(not gangsta), soul, reggae, indie.

Favourite electronic labels:
Fax (Pete Namlook), Rephlex, Smallville, Rather Interesting, Dial, Echocord, Echospace, BineMusic, Dum, Modern Love, Dakini Records(Makyo), Elektrolux/Elux, Warp, Liquid Sound Design, Dubmission, Blue, U-cover, EevoNext, ZeECc, Silent Season, Entropy Records

Labels I always buy every album from:
BineMusic
Carpe Sonum
Echochord
Electrolux
FAX
Silent Season
Rather Interesting
Ultimae

1st 5 electronic albums I bought & still love:

1) Air Liquide – Air Liquide
2) Orbital – Orbital 2 (Brown Album)
3) Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia - Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves: A Document Ov New Edge Folk
4) Syzygy – Morphic Resonance (Rising High)
5) Sabres Of Paradise - Sabresonic

Favourite Elec Artist:
Andrés, Autechre, B12, Basic Channel, R.H.Kirk/Sandoz, Carl Craig, Convextion, Andy Stott, Claro Intelecto, Kettel, The Black Dog(with members of Plaid), As One, Plaid (aka Repeat), System, Aphex Twin, Anders Ilar, U-Ziq, Stasis, Sans Soleil, Moodymann, Pete Namlook, Exquisite Corpse (Xcor), Clark, Fluxion, Quantec, Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia, Lee Norris aka Norken. Lawerence/Sten, Stefan Robbers aka Florence/Terrance, Kuba(3), International Observer, Sven Weisimann, Robert Hood, Chris Gray, Makyo, Monolake, Martin Schulte, FSOL, Geoff White, Kit Clayton, Atom Tm, Kenny Larkin, Dan Curtin, Orbital, A Guy Called Gerald, Vince Watson, 808 State, The Orb, Spacetime Continuum, The Irresistible Force, LFO, Nightmares On Wax, Sabres Of Paradise/Two Lone Swordsmen, Moodymann, Solar Quest, Thomas Fehlmann, Rod Modell, Stephen Hitchell, Khan & Walker/ Air Liquide (and there many pseudos of acid-techno-ambient-experimental; before they started making commercial/dance music)

Rock/Metal/Other:
Beastie Boys, Suicidal Tendencies, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Massive Attack, Portsihead, Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy, David Bowie, Prince, (early)Metallica, Love/Hate, Urban Dance Squad, Dub Syndicate, Nine Inch Nails, Mega-Death, Faith No More, Public Enemy, UB40, Grace Jones, Jimi Hendrix, .

Recent Activity

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Basicnoise - Pattern Explorations
posted a comment on Basicnoise - Pattern Explorations. 7 days ago
Greyscale label just keeps delivering the deep music goods! A excellent faultless debut of a album esp. if you like the minimal-dub/deep techno sound associated with classic Basic Channel.

Recommended
RX-101 - New Discoveries
posted a review of RX-101 - New Discoveries. 8 days ago
A feeling of nostalgia comes to mind when listening to these quality collection of tracks recorded between 97-99. CD has 6 extra tracks compared to vinyl: Tracks 1-8 remain closer to the melodious Detroit techno-Idm vibe with some nice early Rephlex... See full review
Faded (4) - Stasis
submitted Faded (4) - Stasis. 12 days ago
Lynyn - Lexicon
submitted Lynyn - Lexicon. 22 days ago
Omar S* - Can't Change
submitted Omar S* - Can't Change. 3 months ago
Illuvia - Iridescence Of Clouds (Sea Of Vapor)
submitted Illuvia - Iridescence Of Clouds (Sea Of Vapor). 4 months ago
M-Age - Under A Cubic Sky
posted a review of M-Age - Under A Cubic Sky. 6 months ago
Music by Casper Pound and Lawrence Elliot-Potter* (from New London School of Electronics). A fascinating listen into a unique Techno-Trance-Ambient-Downtempo-Trip Hop(kind of). Synthetic liquid swirling percussion, mellowing to trippy beats and pads,... See full review
Fluxion - Parallel Moves
posted a comment on Fluxion - Parallel Moves. 9 months ago
Dub(by) deep techno where tracks unfold with a slow minimalist style wrapped with a warm textured feel delivering a thoughtful and a highly immersive listen with a deep sense of emotion in the music.

Excellent!
µ-Ziq & Mrs Jynx - Secret Garden
submitted µ-Ziq & Mrs Jynx - Secret Garden . 9 months ago
Ross From Friends - Tread
submitted Ross From Friends - Tread. 9 months ago
Native Soul (7) - Teenage Dreams
submitted Native Soul (7) - Teenage Dreams. 11 months ago
Radioactive Man
posted a comment on Radioactive Man. 11 months ago
…and also 'The Omega Man'(aka Depth Charge) for solid Electro.
Sinbiotik - Kalydra
posted a review of Sinbiotik - Kalydra. about 1 year ago
Marco Repetto's (from a3000 and Synectics, aka Bigeneric) excellent exciting Techno, Tech House, Progressive Trance 2004 debut album. A deep and transcending listen perfect for home listening and for those early hour past midnight dancing. Music has a... See full review
Klute - Whatever It Takes
posted a comment on Klute - Whatever It Takes. about 1 year ago
Drum n Bass with use of Techno and other elements of various electronic genres delivering a 14 track album listen into a excellent well produced, composed and paced album that brings layers of depth, immersion and excitement to mind body and soul.

5/5
Deepside - Deepside EP
posted a comment on Deepside - Deepside EP. about 1 year ago
2 quality deeper soulful tracks spoilt by 4 forgettable dated club tracks!
Kuniyuki Takahashi - All These Things
posted a comment on Kuniyuki Takahashi - All These Things. about 1 year ago
Beautiful soothing (Deep)House-Jazz music designed for the soul...Get it while you can!
John Beltran - Aesthete = エスシート
submitted John Beltran - Aesthete = エスシート. about 1 year ago
Heavenchord - O Theos Einai Agapi
posted a comment on Heavenchord - O Theos Einai Agapi. about 1 year ago
Greyscale label 18th full length album release, and what a gem! A beautiful release of deep emotion immersive electronic ambient layered with just enough elements and touches of Dub-Techno without becoming a Dub Techno album....Excellent!
Octopus - Octopus 4
posted a comment on Octopus - Octopus 4. about 1 year ago
O4 is archival material from 1997-1999 edited and compiled during isolation 2020. Gone is the Experimental-Minimalism-Abstract-Downtempo-Ambient-Minimal Techno as on previous Octopus albums 1-3, released on FAX PS label. O4 takes a much morel... See full review
Aril Brikha - Deeparture In Time - Revisited
posted a comment on Aril Brikha - Deeparture In Time - Revisited. about 1 year ago
The original Transmat CD6 release is probably the best version for 'Departure In Time' album. The art/inlay's are of much better quality to look at and feel - this re-issue has bland art with a cheap photocopied printed feel to the inlays, even the... See full review
Brothomstates - Claro
posted a review of Brothomstates - Claro. about 1 year ago
20+ years to date since this debut, and still the only2021) album by Brothomstates! Abstract and melodic IDM-Ambient that's kind of early Arovane meets oldskool Autechre with some Bola elements and even a touch of Detroit on some tracks. A moody yet... See full review
Reagenz - Reagenz
posted a comment on Reagenz - Reagenz. about 1 year ago
Great downtown chill album but slightly spoiled on the Reflective ‎label version due to re-arranging the original(Source-Records) track play order, which flowed better as a listening experience on the original Source-Records label release.
Carpe Sonum Novum
posted a comment on Carpe Sonum Novum. about 1 year ago
Great label delivering everything from adventurous, experimental, forward thinking to known and established electronic music styles and genres, while also pushing the boat out. Techno, Future Jazz, Ambient, IDM, Electronica, House, Berlin School,... See full review
posted a review that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
Chaircrusher - Sinedub & Other Numbers
posted a comment on Chaircrusher - Sinedub & Other Numbers. about 1 year ago
A Techno-IDM debut by artist Kent Williams, who also runs the ‘banging techno’ label: Cornwarning. This is certainly NOT banging techno as associated with his label but more a sophisticated listen composed and influenced by 90's AI Techno and modern... See full review
Vodor L Zeck - Learn To Hack
posted a comment on Vodor L Zeck - Learn To Hack. about 1 year ago
Wonderful melodious Acid-Techno-IDM bringing together sophistication, hardware rawness, analog warmth with music twists and cool layers of cosmic bleep-funk that deconstructs and reconstructs to evolve the 90's past with a modern twist that bring to... See full review
Vodor L Zeck - Learn To Hack
submitted Vodor L Zeck - Learn To Hack. about 1 year ago
Examine - Major Minor
posted a comment on Examine - Major Minor. about 1 year ago
Yes :) I totally forgot about this untill last year or so!
Slam Mode - Signals
posted a review of Slam Mode - Signals. about 1 year ago
A stunning 3rd album by Slam Mode who bring a special uniqueness feel to their Techno-House . Detroit-ish new-age Si-Fi with electronic warmth, emotion, soul and smooth sublime-funk is all here added with a cool alien-futuristic feel. A listen where... See full review
Teno Afrika - Amapiano Selections
posted a comment on Teno Afrika - Amapiano Selections. about 1 year ago
A excellent hypnotic debut with a fresh twist and approach to House and Deep House.
Teno Afrika - Amapiano Selections
submitted Teno Afrika - Amapiano Selections. about 1 year ago
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KCL Project - Many Rivers To Cross
posted a comment on KCL Project - Many Rivers To Cross. about 1 year ago
A excellent under-recognised album that delivers the goods with its laid back head-nodding soulful grooves played with that old-school Chicago/UK House-Techno charm...Grab it while you can!

CD version has two extra tracks.
Jimmy Edgar - Cheetah Bend
submitted Jimmy Edgar - Cheetah Bend. about 1 year ago
John Tejada - Year Of The Living Dead
submitted John Tejada - Year Of The Living Dead. about 1 year ago
QST - Collecting Space
posted a review of QST - Collecting Space. about 1 year ago
Released in 2019. This is music that takes you back to the 90's with a sound that connects with Aphex Twin's 'Selected Ambient Works 85-92' ambient-Idm, Bochum Welt electronica, Biosphere/Tangerine Dream ambient and the space between, with even some... See full review
Theo Parrish - Wuddaji
submitted Theo Parrish - Wuddaji. about 1 year ago
Terrence Dixon - From The Far Future Part Three
submitted Terrence Dixon - From The Far Future Part Three. about 1 year ago
Mike Ink.* - We Call It Acid
added Mike Ink.* - We Call It Acid to their wantlist. about 1 year ago
Wagon Christ - Recepticon
submitted Wagon Christ - Recepticon. about 1 year ago
Pole - Fading
submitted Pole - Fading. about 1 year ago
John Beltran - The Season Series
submitted John Beltran - The Season Series . over 2 years ago
Cinthie - Skylines - City Lights
submitted Cinthie - Skylines - City Lights. over 2 years ago
Carl Craig - Masterpiece: Created By Carl Craig
posted a comment on Carl Craig - Masterpiece: Created By Carl Craig. over 2 years ago
CD 2 is not even a mix! Just a collection of tracks by VA - more like a compilation album!!
Plastikman - Krakpot
posted a comment on Plastikman - Krakpot. over 2 years ago
Tracks "Krakpot" and "Elektrostatik" also appear on Plastikman's album "Recycled Plastik "...Track "Plasticine" is from Plasikman's debut album "Sheet One"
submitted Terrence Parker - Motor City Life. over 2 years ago
Yotam Avni - Was Here
submitted Yotam Avni - Was Here. over 2 years ago
Greyscale
posted a comment on Greyscale. over 2 years ago
One the best labels for Deep-Ambient-Dub Techno! CD albums are now released on masterglass CDs(not CDr) since 2015 and also come in wonderful elegant distinctive book CD cases making every release that extra special and collectable.
Komarebi - After Effects
posted a comment on Komarebi - After Effects. over 2 years ago
Every track a gem on this very excellent debut. Music that will stick in your head for days once the album has finished! UK IDM, Detroit Techno and experimental Electronica bridging the moods and feel of present, mid-00 and the sweet nostalgia of the... See full review
KCL Project - Many Rivers To Cross
posted a comment on KCL Project - Many Rivers To Cross. over 2 years ago
A excellent under-recognised album that delivers the goods with its laid back head-nodding soulful grooves played with that old-school Chicago/UK House-Techno charm...Grab it while you can!

CD version has two extra tracks.