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posted a comment on Pip Williams (2) / DeFeKT (8) - Modular Realms. 7 months ago
An absolute giant 12, with Error in rep. clinching best track, but honestly take your pick. I tend to judge a lot of electro 12's against the quality and timeless appeal of this release.
posted a comment on Low Tape. 7 months ago
Get to know Low Tape.....this guy is putting out some serious under the radar, underrated, underground electro.
posted a comment on Cream Soda (2) Vs. Roy Of The Ravers - Split Project #1. 11 months ago
I think the two Cream Soda tracks are brilliant - chunky rollers, oddball, bags of fun - love it. Pairing them with ROTR is genius - a great EP
posted a comment on No Moon - Sirens EP. 11 months ago
Title track is the one. An absolute killer electro breaks excursion. That bass tho! A wall of solid low frequency energy, no melodies, no pretence, no judge no jury. Will almost certainly have the promoter scuttling over bumping his gums about redlining ... See full review
posted a comment on MSRG - Khazar EP. 11 months ago
Very accomplished clean and genuine electro, addictive melodies and patterns, breathing new life into the genre without leaving behind the classic electro sounds and textures (think Electroids!) we all love and want. Very into this. A debut too! Cant ... See full review
posted a comment on Kosh (7) - Null 212 . 11 months ago
Pure high grade electronic funk, with depth. I would ideally want a second copy, as both a-side tracks deserve never to be played apart in a mix, so good are they.
posted a comment on Drax - Drax Two. about 1 year ago
Middle Earth is a beautiful track, warm emotional pads, bell like leads, organic bubbling synth and looping bassline.
posted a comment on Eo - Eo. over 2 years ago
The top track AD 2600 shapeshifts between lofty electro, then morphs into some crisp techno. All coated in epic ambient synth work. You dont often get that switch between styles, so those shuffling 909 hats sound really special when they come in around ... See full review
submitted OpziO - Now & Then EP. over 4 years ago
submitted OpziO - Now & Then EP. over 4 years ago
submitted OpziO - Invert EP. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Various - Rhythm Zone Vol. 1. over 4 years ago
Nice comp! Heavyweight wax, sounds nice if you get a mint version. No slouchers on the production credits
posted a comment on The Railway Raver. over 5 years ago
I adore RR too. Its my most played Rephlex album by far. Automatic Tasty has a similar sound - - but as a purist, RR is the best at that minimal mellow acid uplifting sound.
posted a comment on T. La Rock* - Breakin' Bells. over 9 years ago
I cannot quite believe I'm the first to comment here on Breakin' Bells Omer Santana Mix. This mix is total future shock - great Mantronix beats viciously edited to perfection by Omar Santana, into a long and luxurious drum sample workout that really did ... See full review
posted a review of Chep Nuñez. over 15 years ago
Hopefully now the work of these razor blade edit artists (for want of a better name) will gain the recognition they deserve. Check out T La Rocks 'breakin bells' with Omar Santana's edits, Mantronix megamixes from the first couple of LP's. Then there is ... See full review
posted a review of The Shamen - En-Tact. over 15 years ago
a truly great LP/CD, even if you had never heard a peep from then again after this record it would still be fantastic. A totally varied and interesting listen all the way through, another classic from the good old early 90's!
posted a review of A Man Called Adam - The Apple. over 15 years ago
a classic masterpeice - cool production bring out some great house/ electronic sounds and soaring vocals. yup, another of the great classic LP's from the early 90's
posted a review of Neutron 9000 - The Green House Effect. over 15 years ago
A crystal clean bubbly techno LP that has a sound of its own. minimalist and electronic, it has an almost rephlex-like quality to it, with simple kraftwork melodies and was quite inspirational, now and 13 years ago!
posted a review of Renegade Soundwave. over 15 years ago
RSW was one a handfull of creative elements that carved out new sounds from the UK scene in early 90's. long before the jungle/D&B scenes, dust/chemical bros. and bigbeat, they were using heavy breaks and looped samples, as the main elements to the ... See full review