Purple Legacy :: Dubstep Compilation Of The Month :: Mixmag (Posted By Rico)

Purple Legacy

Purple Legacy – A History Of Purple WOW Dubstep Compilation Of The Month Mixmag. Various Artists ‘Purple Legacy – A History Of Purple WOW’ Dubstep/Purple CD  (W.O.W – World Of Wonders)   Advertisements

Nicolas Jaar is Mixmag’s Album Of The Year (Posted By Harry)


Space Is Only Noise is Mixmag‘s #1 Album Of The Year Nicolas Jaar– Space Is Only Noise (Circus Company) # 1 Album Of The Year “It’s rare for an album released right at the start of the year to be still fresh in our consciousness, but the deep, intelligent house and electronica from this frighteningly … Continue reading

Cloaks is Mixmag’s Dubstep Album Of The Month (Posted By Harry)

Cloaks

Cloaks ‘Versions Grain’ is Mixmag’s Dubstep Album Of The Month Cloaks (3by3) 4 Stars in Mixmag “Norwich duo Cloaks have carved out a niche all their own with their few incredible releases that create dubstep rhythms from raw noise. Now they’re drawn together their 3by3 label mates and a few guests from varied avant-garde scenes … Continue reading

The Field gets nice NME & Mixmag Reviews (Posted By Harry)

The Field 'Looping State Of Mind' (Kompakt)

The Field reviewed in NME and Mixmag The Field ‘Looping State Of Mind’ (Kompakt) 8/10 Review in NME “It’s expansively, ecstatically excellent for many of the same reasons as The Field’s previous two blissful, loop-based hymns, at the intersection between shoegazing, trance and minimal techno…But these seven tracks, which average nine minutes apiece, contains moves … Continue reading

Gui Boratto Main Album Of The Month In Mixmag (Posted By Harry)

Gui Boratto

Gui Boratto ‘III’ (Kompakt) Album Of The Month in Mixmag Gui Boratto III (Kompakt) 2xLP/CD “…Following  on from a well-thumbed Massive Attack remix of ‘Paradise Circus’ last year, July saw Baratto return with a well- received 12″ charged with a far more industrious and undercooked sound. Both present on the producer’s third album, simply entitled … Continue reading

Blue Daisy ‘The Sunday Gift’ Debut Album Review- RA/ Pitchfork (Posted By Rico)

Blue Daisy 'The Sunday Gift'

Blue Daisy ‘The Sunday Gift’ Out 03.10.11 London-based producer Kwesi Darko, is set to release his debut album ‘The Sunday Gift’ on Black Acre. proclamations of his talent are coming far and wide from the likes of Radio 1’s Mary Anne Hobbes, along with stellar reviews in Guardian, Dazed and Mixmag. “My music is inspired … Continue reading

Pitto lead review in Mixmag (posted by Harry)

pitto

Objects In A Mirrow Are Closer Than You Think Review in Mixmag written by Ralph Moore “..every track on Geurt Kersjes’s debut LP feels like a snapshot of a particular life experience. The sheer breadth of musicality that Pitto displays on his LP is bewildering” “One of finest electronic debuts in many a moon, these … Continue reading

OUT NOW… Spectrasoul – Lost Disciple / Reminiscence (posted by Steve W)

Spectrasoul - Lost Disciple / Reminisence

SpectraSoul on Shogun Records “Pure vibes. ‘Lost Disciple’ is stunning.” iDJ “Monstrous” Mixmag Following on from Glimpse ft D Bridge / Absentis in 2010, SpectraSoul serve up some more sensory sensation with this stunning new release. ‘Lost Disciple’ is a euphoric masterpiece of sweeping chords and atmospheric beauty, characteristic of the thoughtful works behind the … Continue reading

UK Press Loving Nicolas Jaar ‘Space Is Only Noise’ Album (posted by Harry)

Nicolas Jaar

*9/10 AT RESIDENT ADVISOR: “AS APPROPRIATE FOR TEN ON SUNDAY MORNING AS IT IS FOR THE BLEARY ENDS OF 3AM, AN ON-THE-NOD EFFORT THAT STILL FEELS REDEMPTIVE AND INVIGORATING. YOU CAN PLAY IT WHENEVER, WHICH IS GOOD BECAUSE YOU’RE GOING TO WANT TO PLAY IT A LOT.” *MOJO ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE MONTH. *DJ MAGAZINE … Continue reading

Toro Y Moi – Mixmag – Experimental Tune Of The Month – March 2011


Mixmag double for Toro Y Moi. Experimental Tune of the Month and Album Review in the March 2011 issue. “A year after his self-assured debut ‘Causes of This’, Chaz Bundick aka Toro Y Moi returns with an equally confident second album.” “he’s a one-man musical terrorist”