after the effortlessly monolithic, techno coloured ep that was his last release on secretsundaze, the enjoyably singular blm returns to tsuba’s vinyl only arm for another three tracker that explores quite different sonic territory.
'in germany, they can't say 'techno,' they say 'teshno'' ~ seth troxler [march 2008]
chicago skyway releases are few and far between.
although she is best known for extended sets that explore decades of deep house and techno history with ease at panorama bar, the thing that strikes most about steffi’s entry into the club’s esteemed mix series is how it never seems to try too hard.
move d releases have been few and far between recently. there was but one last year on electric minds, and here comes another similarly cultured and musical affair on the same label.
given that leeds based ste roberts’ catchphrase is “oi oi” and that his dj sets generally lurk in the darker, soot stained corners of the house world, it’s no surprise that his first few productions have done the same.
sure, it’s only the label’s second release, but already you know scenery is doing things properly.
ever since his first release for cultured london label 2nd drop, djrum has been someone i’ve had to keep an eye on.
tenth circle seems to be on a likeably simple mission – to release cultured music made for clubs that is actually fun to listen to.
max graef deals in sample heavy sounds be they house, hip hop, whatever. not only does he release them through his own small but already well appreciated label, box aus holz, but so too does he produce them himself.
air drop have been canny in coaxing this vinyl release out of the resurgent nail.
given that she is resident at one of leeds’ foremost techno nights – and is often charged with warm-up duties – it makes perfect sense that annie errez produces the music she does.