Lately there has been a lot of electro music playing on my devices. I was looking around for new sounds a couple of days ago. I needed an incentive to write here and got a hold of the REVERSIBLE EP at Jamendo. It was made by InShape and was exactly what I needed to get…

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Lou Reed’s masterpiece of misery is re-released in time for its debut performances. Helen Groom 2007 Berlin may be a great album, it’s just not an easy one to listen to. It’s intensely dark in its lyrical content, charting the doomed relationship of Caroline and Jim following them through drug addiction, domestic violence and suicide….

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“See You in Hell“. One can definitely imagine that title when listening to Vomit From Above’s EP. Or what could one possibly say other than that, after listening to this release of a mixture composed with heavy influences from IDM, Glitch and Electronic? What one can conclude about Vomit From Above’s EP “See You in…

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What things can one Fighting Lion accomplish with a Ukulele? Great things apparently! Fighting Lion’s EP “Sparkling Days, Sparkling Nights E.P.” is nothing short of a great and concise set of melodic songs played on a Ukulele. The songs awaken different feelings and much of that can be related to the simplicity and lo-fi production,…

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I love to get into the groove. There are so many sounds out there which allows me to do that, but Socket Science can do so in a uniquely and inconvenient way. The tunes that the “co-honcho Don Simon” produce for the netlabel Astor Bell are imperfectly sounding music which has an incredible detail in…

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