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:
Carpe Sonum
Silent Season
Rather Interesting

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)

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
posted a comment on 757 - 757. 8 days ago
Spacey melodic dreamy Techno-IDM with a touch of quirky Leftfield. Part playful, part Warp AI that's king of part 90's The Black Dog futurism, and also part BoC downtempo electronica. Music that leaves you absorbed, charmed, and pleasantly surprised with ... See full review
posted a comment on 2xirtam - Quantized Memories. 19 days ago
Is a quality album. Do check out Memex album too by Lee Anthony Norris and Darren McClure. Just as good, or better, then this gem. Released on the same label.
posted a comment on International Observer - Free from the Dungeons of Dub. about 1 month ago
Instrumental electronic dub music that keeps the dub baselines close to its reggae roots but with just the right amount of added spice of electronic/house that takes the classic dub sound into it into a modern today. A excellent album from beginning to ... See full review
posted a comment on Andy Vaz - House Warming. about 1 month ago
Deep-house and acid-house excellence. A album that should be in everyone's techno-house music collectors collection!
posted a comment on Legion Of Green Men - Spatial Specific. about 1 month ago
I agree with you. Looking forward to the surprise !
submitted Lawrence - Illusion. 2 months ago
posted a comment on Theorem - Nano. 2 months ago
Detroit-UK futuristic techno that plays with a warming techno charm that makes this album sit side by side with other classic albums from that 90's time era such as: 'Dimension Intrusion' by F.U.S.E., 'Electro Soma' by B12, 'Landcruising' by Carl Craig, ... See full review
posted a comment on Sean Deason - Allegory & Metaphor. 2 months ago
As album this can become quiet a long listen as its pace and causal simplicity feel as if it drags rather then absorbs you into the albums music that only has a couple(+1) of tracks that actually lift the momentum, but do come late in the album.

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posted a comment on Sebastian S. - Personal Space Invader. 3 months ago
A wonderful whirlwind of vibrant colourful techno that plays with a style that's varied and interesting throughout, and flows wonderfully as album from beginning to end. The music will certainly take you on a tech listening adventure into a non ... See full review
posted a comment on Redeye - Time-Frame-Anarchy. 3 months ago
Sophisticated Trance-Techno-Ambient that sits with music by Oliver Lieb esp with his own excellent L.S.D. project. A underated gem that still impresses today 24(+)yrs later!
posted a comment on Strand - Messages. 5 months ago
A bit too repetitive and predictable on most tracks. Not bad but not great!
posted a comment on Galaktlan - Second Memory. 5 months ago
IDM is more Downtempo. Nice album but a bit to safe !
posted a comment on Monolake - VLSI. 6 months ago
Sublime liquide minimal flowing tech (techno, minimal, dub, ambient, IDM) music going back to the days of Monolake's clasdic Hong Kong album. Excellent!
submitted Matt Karmil - Will. 7 months ago
posted a comment on Sibling (4) - Obfuscating. 7 months ago
Every track a gem! Lush flowinng deepness of dubbed-out atmospheres, deep rhythmic grooves, and minimal melancholic like melodies hook you in from start to finish. Perfect mellowing lounge/late night listening. 5/5
posted a comment on Kettel - Myam James Part I. 8 months ago
Absolutely beautiful album by Kettel. A must for all Acid-IDM and anyone into electronic music. This will become a much sought after release in the future!!
posted a comment on Elektro - Elektro. 8 months ago
Listening to Elektro again for the first since 1996 (22+yrs later) has made me realize what an unexpected gem this album actually is. A impressive and quiet unusual album, even for FAX, that's certainly worth a re-listen, esp if forgotten, or just ... See full review
posted a comment on Fax +49-69/450464. 9 months ago
Go here vv
There's so many FAX PS, PK, PW albums that bring many electronic genres and styles where some will appeal, some will grow on you(seriously it happens!) over time, some will be a required taste! If ... See full review
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posted a comment on Pete Namlook - 4Voice III. about 1 year ago
Totally agree with 'tcordes' mention that this album has been 'Unfairly Panned'! It certainly is a quality enjoyable album that shouldn't put you off by the misleading average+ scoring!
posted a comment on Rod Modell - Dawn, Dusk, And Darkness. about 1 year ago
This is not Dub Techno!! Field Recording and Ambient, but certainly no Dub Techno!
submitted Norm Talley - Norm-A-Lize. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Wechselspannung - Wechselspannung 2. about 1 year ago
A album I once dismissed giving it a 2/5. Listening to it again in 2017. I now appreciate its experimental abstract style that has made me up my original score from a 2/5 back then, to a now 4 or 5/5. This could be due to hearing and adjusting to the ... See full review
posted a comment on Virtual Vices - Virtual Vices V. about 1 year ago
Excellent trip into sophisticated 70/80’s with a modern now electronic music with many uses of different genres. Another quality album added to this quality series.
posted a comment on Jirku / Judge - Private Eyes. about 1 year ago
Very typical sounding and sometimes forgettable! Playful but with no feeling of interesting substance or a feeling of depth in the music. The albums plays along with the usual plinky-plonky funky patterns, a common place in tech-house, but missing the ... See full review
posted a comment on Tin Man (3) - Ode. about 1 year ago
Hate the vocals which are annoying and spoil on the otherwise great music !!
added FP-Oner - 7 to their collection. about 1 year ago
submitted FP-Oner - 7. about 1 year ago
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posted a comment on Agnès Presents Cavalier (3) - A Million Horses. about 1 year ago
Some nice warm sounds but every track mostly follows the same formula with no real special moment or peak that lifts the music beyond its samey formula! The music does become a little to predictable with its style and patterns making the album, esp cd ... See full review
posted a review of Octopus - Octopus 2. about 1 year ago
A album I neglected until 2017. Finally picked it up 21yrs(+) later after being pleasantly impressed with Octopus's more ambient-abstract debut album released back in 95, which I only bought due to curiosity in 2017. Have previously ignored all Octopus ... See full review
posted a comment on DeepChord Presents Echospace - Live In Detroit [Ghost In The Sound]. about 1 year ago
Replacement CDs eliminate the glitch of track 5, it plays fine now. Everyone who bought the original glitch cd should receive a masterglass cd replacement free - though not sure for those who did not buy directly from label!
posted a comment on DeepChord Presents Echospace - Live In Detroit [Ghost In The Sound]. about 1 year ago
Yes they did :) Got mine through the post today and had a listen through the whole album. 01/Aug/2017
posted a review of Jet Chamber - Jet Chamber IV. about 1 year ago
This 4th instalment of the JC series maintains the many of the signature advanced sounds and elements associated with JC albums I,II, and more of III; yet still remains different enough to stand on its own. A album I dismissed when originally released ... See full review
posted a comment on Bruno Pronsato - Silver Cities. about 1 year ago
A good to decent album! But those oddity, and sometimes annoying, experimental sounds, ping-pong shifting patterns kind of spoil tracks at times that could have otherwise been quiet good. This is music you can't exactly chill, mellow, dance, or groove ... See full review
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posted a comment on Robag Wruhme - Thora Vukk. about 1 year ago
Very good album, but the 1st halve is where the best is, leaving the 2nd halve feeling a bit flat!
posted a comment on Jacek Sienkiewicz - 9702. about 1 year ago
Another quality album by JS. Excellent minimal-techno with experimental sound-sonic ambient. An absorbing listen that captivates blurring moods & atmospheres that bring deep, minimalism, melodic, isolating, dark, and a thought provoking listen to the ... See full review
posted a comment on Bruno Pronsato - Lovers Do. about 1 year ago
Much better and less of that weird oddity that played throughout his previous album! This is sublime, warm, deep and beautiful.
added RX-101 - Like Yesterday to their collection. about 1 year ago
submitted Umfang - Symbolic Use Of Light. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Pete Namlook / DJ Dag* - Adlernebel. about 1 year ago
Wow! Can't believe the average scoring this album got! A now solid 5//5 trance-ambient for me after re-discovering this forgotten gem originally released 17+yrs ago - sounds so refreshing today in 2017(+)! This is ambient-trance that works on all levels. ... See full review
submitted Mario Hammer And The Lonely Robot - Je L'ai Câlissée Là. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Archangel (9) - The Bedroom Slant. about 1 year ago
Great music - but those vocals used are annoying !!!!
posted a comment on Bruno Pronsato - Why Can't We Be Like Us. about 1 year ago
Not exactly dance music nor home-listening music. Kind of a strange odd void that sits between dance and home listening that will probably make you 'not sure what to think' or 'what to feel' when listening. Tracks 5,8,9 are quality worthy tracks, esp for ... See full review
added Komet - to their collection. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Mark Fell - UL8. about 1 year ago
What a annoying bland monotone album! More like sonic experimentalism rather then something to hear and absorb as music or anything close to a listenable music formula. At 65mins this album does get tedious and starts to grate, hearing the same formula ... See full review
posted a comment on Redeye - Arizona Tracks. about 1 year ago
Interconnected tracks of deep melodic IDM and ambient with touches of trance delivering a soothing mellowing and head-bobbing listen. The album is quiet experimental without being cold, dense, abstract, harsh, or strange; just more adventurous with its ... See full review
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posted a review of Lake People - Purposely Uncertain Field. about 1 year ago
UK/Detroit techno done exceedingly welll. Has a 90's techno feel with a sound that would't feel out of place from Warp's classic Ai series . If you liked the days of home 90's listening techno from artist like B12, Beaumont Hannet, The Black Dog, ... See full review