Results tagged “cd-r”

Chicago Skyway: Wreckage

Sean Hernandez is one of a handful of artists in Chicago making music inspired by an earlier, trackier era.
Dec 13, 2010 in Reviews: House

Hieroglyphic Being: Conversations in an Analog Dialect

This is gritty, lo-fi music from the heart of a man who has dedicated his life to it.
Jun 24, 2010 in Reviews: House

DJ Jus-Ed: Next Level

Jus-Ed deserves a bigger budget to really take things to the next level.
Jun 9, 2010 in Reviews: House

Bvdub: Dreams of Red Chambers

Bvdub’s latest CD-R sees him straying farther from the dub techno mold where so many other artists seem to be stuck. These tracks are slow and ambient, but they are obviously influenced by the sound of early nineties techno.
Jun 13, 2008 in Reviews: Dub Techno

Bvdub: Daydreams of Exile

Bvdub sprang on the dub techno scene last year with two excellent digital EPs courtesy of Night Drive Music/2600 Records and one 12-inch on Styax. Now he kicks off Quietus Recordings with a limited-edition CD-R. The EP is ambient, reminiscent of early Gas or of Rod Modell’s recent Silentes efforts.
Jan 2, 2008 in Reviews: Dub Techno

Tatamax: Crasis

Fireside glitch relocated through urbanity and extreme noise.
Aug 1, 2006 in Reviews: IDM


Mischievous and fun breakcore.
Mar 12, 2005 in Reviews: Breakcore