Posts tagged "Hardcore"

Enrico Sangiuliano, Charlotte de Witte – Reflection

Enrico Sangiuliano and Charlotte de Witte, the power couple of techno, have finally unleashed their long-awaited collaborative EP, Reflection. Following their viral remix of Age of Love, the EP is a high-octane club-focused affair that showcases de Witte’s frenzied sensibilities and Sangiuliano’s polished finesse. Released under Sangiuliano’s NINETOZERO label, Reflection

From Skrillex doing hip-hop to caustic electropunk, these are the tracks you need to hear this week.   Jayda G – Circle Back Around The first single from her freshly announced new album Guy sees producer Jayda G evolve her classic Chicago house sound toward energetic and buoyant eurohouse. The

Rinse FM, one of the leading dance music radio stations in London, has acquired Kool London Radio, an iconic pirate radio station that was the definitive home of jungle and drum’n’bass in the 90s. Founded in 1991, Kool broadcast from East London rooftops, and featured a number of influential artists

On the final track of his new album Quiet As Kept, F.O.G., Kai Whiston weaves a recording of a conversation between himself and his mother into a ten minute trip-hop soundscape of spiralling drones, swelling strings, and jagged breakbeats. “My first rave was in the warehouse I was living in,”

Björk refers to the music on her upcoming album Fossora as “biological techno”, a term that she and Gabber Modus Operandi coined for a sound Björk could only describe as “digging a hole in the ground… living with the moles and really grounding myself.” As with many post-2000s Björk releases,

The dichotomy between PC Music and 100 Gecs’s respective styles of hyperpop is sort of bridged by umru. The Brooklyn based producer has always brought his American sensibilities to the otherwise UK informed PC Music collective; immediately bawdier, more in-your-face saturations of pop tropes than, say, A.G. Cook’s slightly more

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Scottish techno duo Clouds have just announced that they will release a brand new album via Electric Deluxe, slated for release on November 23. The newest body of work will be a concept album that includes an entire in-depth backstory that outlines the fall of German-occupied

Russian DJ and label boss Nina Kraviz announced that she’s releasing 41 previously unheard archival and forthcoming tracks on the next Fabric instalment: fabric 91. The tracklist features 12 unreleased tracks in total, including two from Kraviz herself and several others forthcoming on her label by artists such as PTU,

Pioneering drum and bass label Reinforced is re-releasing two of its most popular and collectable records in old-skool visual disc format. These are expected to sell in a flash due to the growing nostalgia for the genre. Reinforced, the label that championed Goldie, 4hero and other drum and bass icons,

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