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Venta Protesix - Loneliness And Deviancy

Venta Protesix – Loneliness And Deviancy

The new album Loneliness And Deviancy by VENTA PROTESIX was released on the 18th of October 2019. Loneliness And Deviancy | [ / ] no. 46 by Venta Protesix What happened to Venta Protesix? In this new album, the sound seems completely different from his previous works out for Urbsounds. It looks like Venta Protesix […]

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Jamka - Inter Alia

Inter Alia meets The SoundProjector

Jamka`s Inter Alia LP reviewed by Stuart Marshall Keeping Pan Sonic firmly in mind (and in recognition that those operations were long-closed before Vainio left us) is this brief blast of dread-inducing drone techno, responsible for which is Jamka aka Slovakians Monika Subrtova and Daniel Kordik, who have issued a steady trickle of such artisan […]

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Urbanfailure - Radical Rest

Radical Rest reviewed by Neural.it

Roady, cybernetic and abstract The electronics of the Slovakian Michal Lichý, aka Urbanfailure, is roady, cybernetic and abstract. An artist working on the scene from the end of the nineties. He produces a rapid series of raw rhythms and multiform sequences, sounds made possible thanks to the use of tools such as synthesizers, drum machines […]

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MeiZhiyong Dave Phillips story of friendship

MeiZhiyong Dave Phillips LP review by Eskaton

MeiZhiyong Dave Phillips LP grew out of a European tour This album grew out of a European tour that Dave Phillips put together for Mei Zhiyong in reciprocation for a Chinese tour that Mei Zhiyong had helped orchestrate for Dave Phillips. Despite not speaking each other’s language, they decided to work together through music. I […]

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Jamka - Inter Alia

Jamka – Inter Alia reviewed

I was unfamiliar with this London-based duo of Monika Subrtova and Daniel Kordik, but the label calls this album “the latest evidence of their patient, intimate relationship with their analogue machines. From the start there’s a sense of event – we encounter clear, interlaced electronic textures, powerful analogue drones and well-placed beats.” From the opening […]

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