• Track of the Day #21

    Stephan Bodzin has been on the forefront of the international techno scene since 2006 and has contributed many incredibly well produced tracks during this time. Bodzin has developed his own clearly recognisable sound within the genre, often layering ambient melodies and synths together to create beautifully complex tracks. ‘Wir’ is ...

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  • Track of the Day #20

    Today’s track of the day comes in the form of an unreleased slice of summertime disco bliss. Revered DJ and producer Gerd Janson has teamed up with Shan to re-imagine Rainbow Brown’s 1981 track “Till you Surrender”. The duo have already collaborated this year when releasing multiple edits of french group ...

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  • Album Review: Crack Up – Fleet Foxes

    When a band takes a hiatus of over half a decade, and during that time a disillusioned band mate leaves and rises to stardom on his own accord, with a sound and image just about as diametrically opposed as is possible, there emerges, quite naturally, some questions about what this ...

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  • Track of the Day #17

    Tom Misch is now a household name. He is possibly one of the most universally loved producers out there currently. His new music is sick, and the collabs are beginning to get out of hand (The next album may have a Misch x Jamie Cullum track).  But Tom Misch’s early stuff ...

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  • Track of the Day #18

    Today’s track is an undeniably mesmerising drum and bass tune from Cybotron and Dillinja. Containing eerily beautiful synths, it is unclear whether the song is angelic, devilish, or both. Because of this, it manages to culminate a feeling that is absolutely unique to this track. I don’t think we can put ...

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  • Track of the Day #15

    Here with an upbeat house tune for today’s track is Axel Boman. Axel has had many strong releases over the years, with ‘Purple Drank’, released on DJ Koze’s label Pampa Records being of particular note. However, a track that has perhaps gone more unnoticed is ABBA 002. Using a bouncy ...

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  • Track of the Day #16

    Masego was first introduced to me in this excellent article from Noisey. I love jazz and it’s awesome to see someone trying to keep the scene fresh and as cool as it was during the 60s. Going to a Jazz club is something our generation would love. It’s comparable to having ...

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  • Brothers, Sisters, meet the Psyblings

    “The world owes us absolutely fuck all in the end because we are what makes it up…” Psyblings!;  How did this delicious concoction come about ? What are your origins ? Home planets and how did you all first start jamming together? There’s about 120,000 different answers there, most of ...

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  • Track of the Day #14

    Ross From Friends is here with today’s track.  ‘In an Emergency’ is a melodic dance masterpiece by the up and coming talent Ross from Friends. His range of sound is unrivalled, and his fun, disco tone is reminiscent of the great Hunee. This track is  showing off his best qualities ...

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  • Track of the Day #9

    Last night saw Diss play at Nottingham-based, and student led, Blueprint. Bawrut’s “Ciquita”, dropped by the Shadow City Soundsystem boys, was the record that really caught our ear and left us scrambling for an ID. Alongside, lacing a party atmosphere with multiple weaving acid melodies, Bawrut attempts to incorporate the buzzing of ...

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