Posts tagged "microhouse"

Tirzah, Various – Highgrade

Last year, London singer-songwriter Tirzah released her LP Colourgrade to wide-spread acclaim. The album, a spectral rumination on matters of change inspired by the birth of her children, is an alchemical triumph. She opened herself up to experimentation, filling the void left by the evolution of FKA Twigs toward more

When Sweden’s Axel Boman is not busy making music out of gamma radiation, he’s putting out a constant stream of EPs and singles that continue to stretch his house productions toward increasingly odd places. In particular, Boman is a fan of defying the norms of releasing music, from unleashing 13

The meeting of English multi-instrumentalist Kinnship and Swiss producer Pablo Nouvelle is some kind of musical kismet. After appearing as featured artists on each other’s respective projects, the duo found themselves working together on what would become Stones and Geysers, their first full length collaborative album. Across ten lush and

Image: Diskotopia San Francisco’s Doc Sleep and Berlin based DJ Glenn Astro have a history of collaboration. The two have developed a sort of creative repartee that has seen them release original work and remixes that speak towards how they inspire each other. Beats Unlimited, both the moniker and eponymous

Image: Glydezone Recordings Over the course of the past few years, prolific Californian producer Dâm-Funk has been preoccupied with the structural core of the sounds that inform his music. What these experiments have produced is a trilogy of EPs that see the artist unlearning, relearning and reformulating the codes of

Image: black.round.twelve There was a time before the hour-long microbeat acid trip of Matsu that Ricardo Villalobos was busy crafting the music that would, in so many ways, shape his genre. Arguably one of the foremost pioneers in the minimal techno and micro-house scenes, the Chilean-German producer and DJ’s early

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