A trip down memory lane...
Speaking of heavy, this bass/house mover vibrates with the slightest hint of overblown distortion, which happens to be a key ingredient in many of Bishop's tracks. "Harlequin" is pretty amazing though and is his best effort to date.
This week, September 28th to be exact, would have been the late Trish Keenan's 46th birthday. Broadcast are a major influence of mine and to say I'm a "fan" doesn't even scratch the surface of what their music means to me. In this mix, check out the never-before released demo of Tender Buttons' "Tears in the Typing Pool".
Check out the new video for Electric Youth's immersive single "Runaway", directed by Noel Paul. The band's debut full-length, Innerworld, is out now.
Absolutely stunning and sensual mix from Astronautica for Upxundr.
Dreamcrusher's "La Haine" is brutal and overwhelming. Luwayne Glass creates a harsher and more painful array of distortion that builds from releases by pioneers Medicine and Astrobrite only there's just a hint of melody completely anchored by bass lines and throbbing drums. "La Haine" explodes from start to finish, but there's also a hypnotic lull that occurs during the first thirty seconds. It's a similar experience when listening to Medicine's "One More" for the first time -- you don't believe what you're hearing yet you know something grand is about to take place. In this case it's a colossal wave of noise.