Tag: Amirali

Interview: Amirali

The sound of Amirali can be described by using three words: space, depth and texture. Having burst onto the scene in 2012 with the distinctive sonic of his “In Time” LP, enormous critical acclaim was immediately bestowed on the talented live instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. An architect by education, with an awareness toward the structure of sound, Amirali’s familiarity with all musical elements, and their balance, leads to the creation of full and fascinating compositions. With his Dark Matters imprint, a place for “weird” and “unusual” encouragement, Amirali has returned today with a new EP – “Odyssey”, which also features ... Read more

Culprit Podcast #003 By Aidan Lavelle & Robbie Akbal

To celebrate their sterling upcoming ‘Stars EP’ release on Culprit (full premiere here), Aidan Lavelle and Robbie Akbal have cooked up an intense mix for you to treat your ears to. Be swept away on a high dose of deep, funk-driven grooves and a futuristic vibe. The LA-based imprint Culprit, founded by the DJ/producer trio Droog, is known for their careful selection of funky and modernistic underground house music. @Culpritla has released records for distinguished and celebrated names like Lee Foss, Lee Curtiss, Jamie Jones, MANIK, Kenneth James Gibson, Seth Troxler, Inxec, Matt Tolfrey, Subb-an, Martin Buttrich, Ryan Crosson, Shaun ... Read more

Review: Amirali – Melancholia (Deetron Remixes)

The Canadian Amirali, part of the Crosstown Rebels crew, has managed to pull it off once more. 'Melancholia' is packed with the melodic deep and dark elegance sound this London-based producer has made himself known for with tracks such as 'Beautiful World' and 'Falling Down'. The name is chosen well, as the original track has an eerie, sad feeling over it. And even though one can argue about whether 'Melancholia' stands out in comparison to Amirali's previous club hits, it is clear that this track is destined to be played in underground venues all across the globe.