Reviews

  • 06 2016 November

    Review: Halloween in LA with Circoloco & Minimal Effort

    No matter what city you live in Halloweekend is always one of the biggest party weekends of the year. Los Angeles is a popular destination for partygoers throughout the US and also abroad not only...

  • 05 2016 September

    Review: Jeff Mills – The Planets @ Concertgebouw

    Two queues of bodies were lined outside the sumptuous building, outstretched their tickets to Jeff Mill’s world of “The Planets”. Instead of a scent of hesitation and wonder, the foyer was filled with an equanimity, quite particular to...

  • 20 2014 November

    Review: Junktion – Monologue EP

    The cosmopolitan vinyl-only label Slow Town Records has roots in Spain, France and the US but is keeping rather mysterious on the masterminds behind it. With this upcoming EP they are heading for their eighth...

No matter what city you live in Halloweekend is always one of the biggest party weekends of the year. Los Angeles is a popular destination for partygoers throughout the US and also abroad not only for it’s West Hollywood parties; but, also for music. However, Halloweekend in Los Angeles has been known as a particular musical...

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Two queues of bodies were lined outside the sumptuous building, outstretched their tickets to Jeff Mill’s world of “The Planets”. Instead of a scent of hesitation and wonder, the foyer was filled with an equanimity, quite particular to the Dutch character. The symmetric red velvet lining, the lines of still empty red seats and steady structures of arcs...

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Review: Junktion – Monologue EP

November 20, 2014 | Amsterdam

The cosmopolitan vinyl-only label Slow Town Records has roots in Spain, France and the US but is keeping rather mysterious on the masterminds behind it. With this upcoming EP they are heading for their eighth release and second time with the Dutch, Nijmegen based artist Hans Peeman aka Junktion. As it should, sound-wise, this four...

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Review: Nachtbraker – Janus EP

September 19, 2014 | Amsterdam

The Berlin based family that is named Dirt Crew takes up new infants with every release and is ever growing while celebrating ten years of quality releases this year. In 2004 James Flavour and Break 3000 launched the imprint after releasing their first EP’s “Cleaning Up The Ghetto part 1+2” as the identically named duo...

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Review: Artifact – How Did You Change

July 29, 2014 | Amsterdam

Sharing a passion for soft porn, the owners of Saints & Sonnets decided to give a shallow stab towards releasing “half decent house music” and the results were far beyond their expectation. The label to this date counts a number of 12 releases and it features names like Roman Flugel, Detroit Swindle, Shenoda or Huxley....

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Futureboogie is a label that has its home in Bristol, one of England’s most exiting cities for cutting edge electronic music. The concept Futureboogie – as we know it now – started off as a club night in Bristol somewhere in the early nineties and transformed into a fruitful management and booking agency and a...

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Review: Presk – Babou EP

June 17, 2014 | Amsterdam

Something Happening Somewhere, or shortly SoHaSo, is the name of the young record label launched in April 2013 by Dutch stronghold DJ Nuno Dos Santos. Nuno, who has been the driving force behind the label and SoHaSo clubnights at Tivoli in Utrecht and later at Trouw in Amsterdam, stood at the basis of the success...

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For regular people Bristol is just a city in the UK, but for an electronic music enthusiast, Bristol comes as a splash of color in the contemporary music scenery. That unique splash took many shapes and sizes and ultimately left its mark. No, we’re not talking about a sort of pill or weed. In fact...

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Armada music has been around for over 10 years and is founded by one of the leading icons of progressive/trance music, Armin van Buren.  In recent years the label has broadened it focus to underground sounds, like Green Velvet with Bigger Than Prince (Hot Since 82 Remix) that caught the world by surprise or Groove...

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Review: Marco Resmann – Basic Motion

May 2, 2014 | Amsterdam

Steve Bugs vision of a new platform to release his music on was born back in 1998 when he first founded Poker Flat Recordings in his hometown of Berlin. Since then, the label has developed in one of house music’s leaders racking more than 150 releases to this date. Among the label’s artists, high caliber...

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Review: Solomun – Samson EP

April 19, 2014 | Amsterdam

Hamburg’s based house music label Diynamic is one of Europe’s success stories in modern day house music. The label was founded in 2006 and currently holds 15 artists, hosts the weekly success nights Diynamic Neon Nights at Sankeys in Ibiza during the summer and now gives way to its 70th (!) release by label head...

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Ever since Innervisions dropped the ‘Gotham’ EP, one of 2013’s undisputed summer anthems, everyone wanted to know who this mystery man (or woman?) is that calls himself Ten Walls. Though his tunes have been supported by great DJs throughout the scene such as Maceo Plex and Tale of Us, the mastermind behind Ten Walls remains...

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Rumors have started and Rumos has just hit the record shops at the end of last month. Established in 2014, the Guy Gerber’s second label follows his vision within a revolving circle of mystical and delusional sound with his first label Supplement Facts and his own Ibiza parties, Wisdom Of The Glove. The label’s first...

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Review: Luis Leon – Borrowed Places EP

April 4, 2014 | Amsterdam

Over the past few weeks there has been a buzz going around the dance music industry regarding the launch of a new label out of the Netherlands called Subjekt Recordings. After their first mix by disCerN, the fresh label is about to release their first single, made by Peruvian wonderboy Luis Leon, and Eric Volta...

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Review: The Genevan Heathen – Love My Life EP

February 28, 2014 | Amsterdam

Soul Clap Records are notorious for releasing tracks with a lot of soul, love and passion. Each new release carries you back into a retro universe where everybody can connect with the disco era of the 70’s. For the house lovers bring back memories of Frankie Knuckles or New York’s Paradise Garage. They’ve been doing...

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