Le MishMish – “Atlantis” is lusciously layered, cinematic and fully developed!
“Atlantis” is the kind of track for people who enjoy thinking and dancing – in whichever order they choose of course. The production builds a bridge between the introspective, pastoral warmt... Read more
Mangy Tomkaz – “Yb It” – a massive web of sonic emotion!
“Yb It” the latest offering from Mangy Tomkaz is, without a doubt, his best musical work so far. There is so much vibrant groove in this EP. It sounds like the instruments and layers are all... Read more
Forest Robots – “Times When I Know You’ll Watch The Sky” – a majestic kaleidoscope vision
Odds are if you’re reading this article, you’ve heard of Forest Robots’ music before. If you haven’t, it’s your lucky day: you just struck a hidden gold mine of music that... Read more
Forest Robots: “Timberline and Mountain Crest” – 10 tracks of stunning depth!
Let’s start of by saying that Fran Dominguez aka Forest Robots is a master at producing chilled out electronic music with heavy beats, and lots of orchestral instrumentation thrown in the mi... Read more
Midnight Watchman: “Liquid Universe” – multifaceted sonic landscapes
A guitarist and keyboard player who began as a street musician in UK before touring the US and then returning home, Andy Jones AKA Midnight Watchman, is a composer and producer of ambient mu... Read more
Z Quest: “God Mode” once again display effortless virtuosity
Former Red Hot Chili Pepper guitarist and Acid House beat maker John Frusciante once said of electronic music, “Rock music is electronic music, dependently entirely on electronic circuitry a... Read more
Delta Station: “An Unexpected Turn of Events” – incredibly uplifting
The little 14 year old Australian genius who goes by the moniker of Delta Station, has a new album out. And, somewhat predictably, it’s another utter and perfect treat. Before you listen to... Read more
MoEoStAr: “Algorythmic Intelligence” is like a drug, a stimulant, a natural high!
Norwegian Independent producer Mattias Gillis Winge Rudh better known as MoEoStAr, played the clarinet and saxophone in various bands while growing up. He started producing in the 1990s, but... Read more
Norunoua: “Chrysalis” – a musical narrative is so vividly real!
Mannie Cutean started the experimental project ‘Norunoua’ from the suburbs of Detroit. As a live set started to evolve with an APC and a Maschine, Steve Cotton a longtime friend from grade s... Read more
StutterFingers: “Netdump One” – intricate and forward-thinking while still landing well within the listener’s grasp
StutterFingers is the solo electronic project of a self-taught jazz guitarist from London, UK, who uses analogue synths and heavy processing. He experiments with microtonal or “xenharm... Read more
thecookiedimension: “Spur of the Moment” – The Archetype Of Its Own Genre!
thecookiedimension’s progression, or perhaps evolution, expansion, maturation – none of these terms encompass the full extent of the incredible breadth and depth of her tracks over the... Read more
Natt Moore: “Epiphany” – a master of the auditory realm!
After his acclaimed releases “Electronik” and then the “Tick Tock & Remixes” EP, Contempstrumental Records label owner and electronica artist, Natt Moore, has released yet another single... Read more
Natt Moore: “Electronik” – a watershed pinpoint of IDM ambient at its finest
Contempstrumental Records label owner and electronica artist, Natt Moore, based in the UK, has released the single “Electronik”. Dropped with virtually no fanfare or hype, “Electronik” is a... Read more
Bluesanova featuring Pooja – “Paradise (Original Mix)” – A purveyor of laidback atmospheric sensuous sounds
Darshan Lodaya is Bluesanova. An electronic music producer, singer and guitarist, his work draws influence from an eclectic range of genres that includes 80’s synthpop, rock, heavy metal, tr... Read more
Basslager – An electronic music producer based in St. Louis, Missouri
Basslager is a young electronic music producer based in St. Louis, Missouri who specializes in creating intricate tracks with an emphasis on timbral, rhythmic, and melodic complexity. Bassla... Read more
The Synthetic Dream Foundation: “The Witch King (1st Movement)” – sweeping mood-pieces!
The Synthetic Dream Foundation‘s sound is based upon merging epic orchestral music with contemporary glitchy electronics. TSDF has released many singles on compilations for labels suc... Read more
Lunaris: “Journal Entry #1: “I Fear what My Dreams May Hold” and other stories!
Lunaris is a very versatile electronic music artist who enjoys trying new and different styles of music while conveying some sort of story or mood. We recently listened to the “Journal Entry... Read more
An Electronic Hero: “An Electronic Sphere” delivers as much as you put into listening to it!
An Electronic Hero produces driving, hypnotic pulses of energy as well as fleeting moments of down-tempo, ambient musical passages. An Electronic Sphere is the debut studio EP by electronic... Read more
Twenty Questions with Hendrick Grothe aka Blac Kolor
Black is not a color. Black is the mixture of all the colors. The range of the spectrum is set. The emphasis of the tone is uncertain. The control about the effects is entirely in the hand o... Read more