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PLATRONIC – Pride

Synthrock with heart… Despite the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, it seems little can prevent electronic artists from pursuing their creative goals. As we’ve seen recently, that also leads to some intriguing collaborations, some of which cross global boundaries. Take new duo … Read More

JOHN FOXX AND THE MATHS – Howl

Synth mathematics… It can take years or even decades, to realise the true value of the many instrumental treasures that have by default, been archived over time. In this case, it’s the re-emergence of guitarist Robin Simon, who now steps … Read More

SCANNER- An Ascent

An album of reflection and hope during troubled times… The inevitable issues that the Covid crisis has delivered on the music industry has resulted in many musicians adjusting their approach in how they present music. At the same time, the … Read More

SUPERNAIVE – Nekomata

Lounge Pop perfection with a French twist… Nekomata marks the debut release of French producers (and brothers) Supernaive. Recorded between Paris and Tokyo, the album weaves together elements of electronica, RnB, hip hop and French Touch. There’s also some Japanese … Read More

DARWINMCD + MARK BEBB – Featherlite

Be just like Heaven… During a particularly busy time for electronic music, it’s always intriguing to see some collaborative works emerging. With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis providing a tough period for music generally, it’s also a welcome diversion to see … Read More

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