The Moose Mingles EP is something of a return to form for Lee Jones, hitting many of the same notes as past Aus Music releases with contemporary accents.
All Inn splurged for its last 2011 release — a remix single by two of 2011’s biggest names, Kassem Mosse and DJ Qu.
The Messenger finds Planetary Assault Systems pulling back on the throttle after the all out blitzkrieg that was 2009’s Temporary Suspension.
It’s somewhat audacious that South African producer Jullian Gomes decided to make his solo debut with “Love Song 28,” a track so pillowy soft it’s not far removed from a lullaby.
Still a step removed from the rest of their catalog, Morning Factory’s Sultans Of Swing EP does an exemplary job summarizing what makes them so intriguing.
Grey Area, the second single from Simon Baker’s Traces album, affirms that there’s more to this UK producer than mega club-ready tech-house.
Realizing the full potential of the Money Vs Gold remix of Lucky Paul, Wolf+Lamb chose to re-release the remix along with another Lucky Paul original, this time reworked by label stalwart Greg Paulus.
For LWE’s final 2Q Report, Anton Kipfel examines five of the year’s most overrated records thus far.
The Silhouette EP, brings together a growing talent of UK house, George FitzGerald, and another fan of asymmetric house, John Roberts.
The most audacious example of riding Moodyman’s coattails is undoubtedly Oliver $’s Doin’ Ya Thang, a record that swiftly admits it has nothing to offer besides extended samples of a Moodymann DJ set.
Don’t Look Down Now revises Anthony Collins’ emotive, organically flavored aesthetic to slot in among early evening sets and comes complete with an equally unhurried remix by Roman Flügel.
There are few better ways to summarize the recent trajectory of R&S Records than examining the brief discography of The Chain.
After testing the waters with a solo track on a Smallville split 12″, Julius Steinhoff strikes out on his own with the Out In the Woods EP for Geography Records.
Once an early adopter of a loop-heavy style, Pitto charts a new course with “Where My Soul Is Now” for the Green imprint.
Their well received The Schwarzschild Solution series for the imprint concludes with its strongest entry yet and is backed by two remixes from buzzed over Swedish producer Axel Boman.
Monobloc is unmistakably the work of Wireman but perhaps more focused on techno than his followers might expect.
The Mo 2 Meaux series features Drivetrain alongside burgeoning French talents such as CloudMasterWeed, Professor Inc and J. Garcia.
Uncanny Valley 002 contains the debut of C-Beams, the collaboration of Break SL and Stefan Menzel, Credit 00, and new tracks by Korn and Cuthead.
After putting out the Meanwhile 2×12″ for Hartchef Discos, his longest work to date, Audio Werner closed 2010 with an EP for the Story imprint.
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