Posts tagged "France"

Interview: 5 minutes with OXIA

Image by Sebastien Veronese Fourteen years ago, OXIA unleashed his seminal work Domino amidst the burgeoning resurgence of tech house. It was a total smash, an instant classic which would define the sound of the time and which made the name OXIA instantly recognisable in the world of electronic music.

Image by ​​Frank Casillo From abstract hyperpop sound collages to an unexpected dance pop take from one of techno’s icons, these are the releases that caught our attention this week. In no particular order:  Glass- Spot Explorer  Little may be known about French experimental duo Glass, but there is no

Image by Genesis / Ed Banger Records / Because Music French electro-house duo Justice have quickly taken their spot within the French Touch pantheon alongside the likes of Daft Punk and Cassius. So when it was announced that one half of the duo, Gaspard Augé, would be releasing his debut

Image by Alim Karmali From East African doomcore to trap influenced Bangalore bounce, these are the releases that caught our attention this week. In no particular order:  Malfnktion – No Dough (EP) The new EP from Bangalore producer Malfnktion is an ode to the sounds and energy of his city.

Image courtesy The Hacker Fellow French electroclash artists The Hacker and Commuter are preparing to release their collaborative EP, Roentgen via Cultivated Electronics, due on 14 June. Across three tracks of punchy electro, the artists experiment with vintage synths to formulate a machine funk informed by the technology of Chernobyl,

Image by David Fitt It has become clear across his discography that French darkwave and synth overlord Perturbator is constantly evolving and pushing the boundaries of his sound. While the science fiction inspired retro synthwave aesthetic can quickly outmode itself once the nostalgia wears off, Perturbator has avoided this by

Culture, at the heart of our intimate construction and of our social cohesion, a marker of France’s international influence, has been very hard hit by the health crisis. With 2 billion euros for Culture, the response is massive and global. The stake of the recovery plan in Culture is both

Malibu | One Life | Joyful Noise Release: 1 November, 2019 Feature Image: Malibu – press image, photographer not stated. In building narratives, the lucidity of the worlds we create is vital; the vivid melancholia of a strange dream, a lush landscape buzzing with life – blooming cityscapes, filled with

The electronic music industry has always found its place in the spotlight when it comes to law enforcement – finding itself under scrutiny for decades, and although many concerns raised regarding the electronic music nightlife scene are reasonable, the ways in which these issues have been tackled often have not

Since the 1990’s, Pépé Bradock has been making celebrated house tracks that break the mould with their experimental sound. Bradock’s brand new EP, ‘Panique Manucure’, will be released via his own imprint, Atavisme, which he founded in 2000. The celebrated house producer is sporadic when it comes to his releases,

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