I can’t believe I had his sitting in my drafts. Only 16 months late! Well worth checking out if you haven’t heard it…
Sascha Ring, Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary offer up their 3rd album and it is probably their best yet.
Sasha Ring’s (Apparat) vocals along with the talented Mode Selektor producers Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary produce tracks that don’t nessecarily stand out on first play but as with some of the best albums out there, you’ll be rewarded after a few repeats. If you’re not familiar with Apparat Continue reading Moderat III
One of the best albums I’ve heard this year. Apparently, the late David Bowie was a key figure in getting LCD Soundsystem back together. I would say that every other song on this LP is outstanding and the tracks in between are great as well. Continue reading LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
Indian Wells – Where the World Ends is going to be one of those albums I will be tuning into for months to come. This album has no letdown tracks in my opinion, just lovely flowing synths, melodies and layered baselines. Continue reading Indian Wells – Where The World Ends
So here we have Sasha’s new album for Late Night Tales and what an album it is. Not your usual Sasha electronic here, it’s Continue reading Late Night Tales: Sasha – Scene Delete
Dance Spirit have worked together with artists such as Jay Tripwire, Shawni, Jon Charnis, and Nikko Gibler for their new album The Sun Also Rises. If you’ve heard some of their recent sets and feel a four four beat is a bit much for a Wednesday morning then don’t be put off as this album features a great mixture of guitar, saxophone and sexy vocals along Dance Spirit’s signature beat. Continue reading Dance Spirit – The Sun Also Rises [Album preview]
Got to say I am really enjoying Belgian producer Patrick Bruyndonx’s (BP) new album Diatonic Gin. I don’t think there’s one weak track on the album, he just needs to sort the artwork out!
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Erased tapes a London based record label are known for supporting Classical / Electronic talent such as Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnalds (One half of Kiasmos). Last month they released Kiasmos’s self titled first album which is full of beautiful piano layers and electronic beats. Well worth a listen.
Your collaboration started back in the year 2009. Why did we have to wait so long for your debut record?
Because we never wanted this to be our job. We wanted this to stay in the way it always has been: two friends are meeting up, having a beer and making some beats. We didn’t really want to plan anything because then you’re not doing it because you want to, you’re doing it because you have to. And this is kind of a sacred haven for us because there is so much going on in our other projects and it’s so busy, there’s always a deadline, it’s always touring, always expectations. To have something where we can make music differently, just hanging out. But then I guess after a few years of we had the feeling to finally get something out.