5 Tracks: Jimmy Asquith (Lobster Theremin)

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We got in touch with Jimmy Asquith to deliver our ‘5 Tracks’ for this month.  Jimmy runs the fast-growing London-based imprint, Lobster Theremin, which has been churning out consistently high quality release for the past year.… Continue reading

Mavrik Mix #17 – Fantastic Man

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Hailing from Melbourne, Mic Newman (a self-proclaimed barbecue sauce spokesman) is one of many Australian artists enjoying considerable success in electronic music. His lighthearted and creative approach has seen him travel extensively, dividing… Continue reading

Review: Massimiliano Pagliara – With One Another

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Massimiliano Pagliara‘s first LP, Focus For Infinity, was met with critical acclaim, and rightly so; heavy use of the vocoder, fused expertly with a sprawling, cosmic disco-feel, was established firmly as Pagliara’s weapon… Continue reading

Review: Banoffee Pies – V/A 001

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Bristol-based party starters Ell Weston and Sandy Hagenbach have their fingers in many pies. Aside from equipping the masses with the finest in bucket hats and bum bags, the light-hearted crew have also… Continue reading

Review: Amadou & Mariam – Ce N’est Pas Bon (A JD Twitch edit)

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Keith McIvor, aka JD Twitch, hardly needs an introduction – making up one half of the legendary DJ duo and club night, Optimo, a Sub Club stalwart and co-founder of Optimo Music – he’s been… Continue reading

5 Tracks: Pablo Mateo

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Photography: Julia Soler Pablo Mateo co-runs Berlin-based record label Lack alongside Claudio Banti. Whilst the label is only a year old they have received strong support from Innervisions and Muting The Noise. Pablo… Continue reading

Mavrik Mix #16 – Will Martin

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Boston-based Will Martin offers up the 16th installment in our mix series. A relative newcomer, his first track alongside Supply head John Barera dropped just last year, with two full releases following up… Continue reading

Review: Mr Tophat & Art Alfie – KVK800

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  Swedish duo Mr. Tophat & Art Alfie release another stomper on their own Karlovak imprint. The pair have quickly gained deserved attention and respect and it’s easy to see why with this… Continue reading

Mavrik Mix #15 – Tobias Gullberg

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Next up in the mix series we are delighted to welcome Crime City Disco boss, Tobias Gullberg. Originally from Sweden, but now residing in Berlin, Tobias is a resident at Wilde Renate where he regularly… Continue reading

Review: Jack J – MH007

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Straight out of the lovingly-nicknamed ‘Canadian Riviera’, Vancouver-based duo Pender Street Steppers are slowly gaining some well-deserved recognition. As evidenced by their exquisite Sunday afternoon Boiler Room session, Liam Butler and Jack Jutson… Continue reading

Mavrik Mix #14 – Akra

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After a brief pause on the mix series, things are back underway. This time we have Teng records‘ Akra at the controls. Nick Woolfson may be better known as one half of Mock… Continue reading

Review: Sisterhood – Tunnels

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Sisterhood duo, Harry Benson and John Malcolm Moore, return to Tief Music following the huge success of their ‘Call Me Ishmael’ EP released on the label last year. The Bicep lads have stepped up… Continue reading

Review: Jacob Korn – EP1

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Claiming recent fame for the ingenuity and consistency of his live shows, Jacob Korn has released the first of 2 EP’s on Uncanny Valley with a freshly established status as a house and techno heavyweight.… Continue reading

Review: Leibniz – shtum004

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This is only the second release from Leibniz, one of the latest in a string of promising talents emerging from Leipzig’s techno basin. shtum004 is a record that embodies familiar elements with some… Continue reading

5 Tracks – Cuthead

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Ahead of his performances in London and Leeds we have Uncanny Valley affiliate, Cuthead, providing us with our latest 5 tracks. Cuthead first came onto our radar back in 2011 with his ‘Brother EP’,… Continue reading

Review: Debukas – I am Machinery Remixed

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Released on 2020vision last year, Debukas’ ‘I am machinery’ LP enjoyed popularity amongst music lovers and critics alike. It seemed he was able to straddle the line between club appeal and intelligent musical… Continue reading

Review: Dauwd – Kindlinn EP

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Following 2013’s excellent Heat Division EP, which saw Dauwd Al-Hilali provide a unique take on the UK-style, garage-leaning house that has become so popular in the last couple of years, the London-based producer has… Continue reading