Results tagged “acid”

2009 Fall Singles

The latest from Black Jazz Consortium, Omar-S, Disco Nihilist/Daetron Vargas, and Hieroglyphic Being.
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Sep 30, 2009 in Features: Singles

Disco Nihilist

It’s acid through and through, reminiscent of Tin Man, if a bit simpler at times.
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Jun 13, 2009 in Reviews: House

Hieroglyphic Being: So Much Noise 2 Be Heard

Fittingly, the first double 12-inch from Hieroglyphic Being starts with a gritty acid track.
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Apr 19, 2009 in Reviews: House

Scott Grooves: Technique EP

This is one 12-inch that reinforces the idea house and techno are two sides of the same coin.
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Nov 16, 2008 in Reviews: House

Kettel: Myam James Part 1

Kettel is one of the few electronic music makers to wear his heart on his sleeve. He isn’t afraid of sweet melody, and he has the confidence to mix old and new sounds. He follows up last year’s beautiful Whisper Me Wishes with some of the warmest acid tracks I’ve ever heard.
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Apr 29, 2008 in Reviews: IDM

Fava Beats: Start Stop and Tap

If you like Analord and The Tuss, chances are you’ll love these two new 4-track EPs from Israel. Fava Beats is a collaboration between ±G6PD label founders Yaniv Navot and Eliad Wagner. Both CDs are outstanding.
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Apr 2, 2008 in Reviews: IDM

The Ace of Clubs: Benefist

Purely fun music.
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Aug 25, 2007 in Reviews: IDM

Cane: Scint EP

The Funcken brothers’ outlet for chunky, funky acid tracks.
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Aug 20, 2007 in Reviews: Techno

The Tuss: Rushup Edge

Billed as a mystery artist, credited to “Karen Tregaskin,” and rumored to be AFX-related, The Tuss’s music is indeed very Analord-esque.
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Jul 16, 2007 in Reviews: IDM

Patrick Pulsinger: Dogmatic Sequences: The Series 1994-2006

Ranges from hard acid and techno to future jazz.
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Apr 15, 2007 in Reviews: Techno
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