Patterns Live Review in NME (Posted By Harry)

Patterns

Patterns Live Review in NME. Patterns ‘Induction’ Leftfield Pop (Melodic) NME LIVE REVIEW:

John Maus Features in Guardian// CMU Approved// Art Review (Posted By Harry)

John Maus (Upset The Rhythm)

John Maus Guardian// CMU//Art Review Features John Maus ‘We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves’ (Upset The Rhythm) Busy times for John Maus, having features in The Guardian, CMU & Art Review. His ‘We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves’ has been described by Pitchfork as “walking the line between sincerity and surreality’ … Continue reading

The Field ‘Looping State Of Mind’ 4 Star Review in Uncut (Posted By Harry)

The Field 'Looping State Of Mind' (Kompakt)

Looping State Of Mind gets 4 Stars in Uncut The Field ‘Looping State Of Mind’ (Kompakt) “Axel Willner aka The Field takes a singular, immediately recognisable and highly infectious approach to dance music, the same as he has taken since his brilliant 2007 debut From Here We Go Sublime. He takes a sawn off loop, … Continue reading

Walls is ‘Song Of The Day’ on The Line Of Best Fit (Posted By Harry)

Wall 'Coracle' (Kompakt)

Walls ‘Raw Umber / Twilight’ is ‘Song Of The Day’ on The Line Of Best Fit “…Walls are also very good at channeling that straight-to-the-gut emotion… tracks like ‘Raw Umber/Twilight’ are all about simple, familiar, wide-eyed basslines…” Written By Josh Hall Read it in full here Walls’Coracle’ out on Kompakt on 26th September Walls ‘Raw … Continue reading

Walls review on The Line Of Best Fit (Posted by Harry)

Wall 'Coracle' (Kompakt)

Walls new release Sunporch out 29.08.11 Walls new release Sunporch out 29th August 2011 on Kompakt, along with the Sunporch remix by Holy Other. Walls Review on The Best Line Of Fit.com “…Britain’s most pondersome producers from two of the most promising labels join forces with Tri Angle’s mysterious Manchester man Holy Other giving the … Continue reading

Nicolas Jaar in the Guardian (posted by Harry)


The Guardian article written by Tony Naylor (Sat 12 March 2011) Nicolas Jaar is the renaissance man of electronic music Nicolas Jaar makes strange, intelligent electronic music. But what is it called, and how do we dance to it, asks Tony Naylor “Don’t print this,” frets 20-year-old Nicolas Jaar. “It’s the kind of grand statement … Continue reading