Album Reviews

Plastikman Makes a Tepid Return With ‘EX’

As a DJ, Richie Hawtin has the power to keep the crowd interested [...]

By | June 23, 2014|Album Reviews|0 Comments

DJ Aakmael Talks DJing and Producing With Crossfadr

When you think of deep house, you think of Chicago and, to a [...]

By | March 7, 2014|Album Reviews, Artist Profiles|0 Comments

Party Guy Records Follows Up: The Future Sounds of North America II

It has been three years in the making, but I am happy to [...]

By | September 25, 2013|Album Reviews|0 Comments

Atlantic Connection’s ‘The Limit’: Post-Dubstep, American Style

With American audiences, post-dubstep remains a relatively new concept, one requiring the listener [...]

By | September 13, 2013|Album Reviews|0 Comments

Daft Punk – Random Access Memories: French duo gets the summer robot disco party started right

In an age ruled by the single it’s nice that what will probably [...]

By | July 10, 2013|Album Reviews|0 Comments

John Digweed ‘Live in London’: Not Your Neon-Tinged Festival Compilation

There’s something to be said for understated house music. No matter if a [...]

By | December 27, 2012|Album Reviews|0 Comments

‘Let Go Tonight’ by Sandro Silva: Highs and Lows in Four Tracks

Some artists are trendsetters and others followers. In the current musical climate of [...]

By | December 20, 2012|Album Reviews|0 Comments

W&W’s “Lift Off”: A Promising Harbinger of EDM Genre Blending

What’s house? What’s trance? We’re clearly entering a new era of electronic dance [...]

By | December 11, 2012|Album Reviews|1 Comment

‘Mercury EP’ Review: Rising Producer Talent Gemini Shows Full Range

Who is Gemini? The 22-year-old producer and songwriter born Thomas Slinger attempts to [...]

By | December 5, 2012|Album Reviews|0 Comments

The Orb – Cooking Vinyl feat. Lee Scratch Perry

Long time EDM duo, The Orb, has gone through many transformations in its [...]

By | November 27, 2012|Album Reviews|0 Comments