Results tagged “rephlex”

DMX Krew: Wave Funk

DMX Krew’s Edward Upton has been around a long time, but his best-known releases are retro vocal synth-pop.
Sep 28, 2010 in Reviews: IDM

Wisp: The Shimmering Hour

At first listen a week ago, this album seemed a bit cheesy, but it perfectly accompanies warm, sunny weather like today.
May 7, 2009 in Reviews: IDM

D'arcangelo: Eksel

The album begins with a chopped hip-hop beat clunking along an ambient drone and some distant chords. This essentially goes on for 4 minutes—welcome to 1999. D’arcangelo have been mainstays in the realm of experimental electronic music ever since their first release on Rephlex back in 1996. Combining elements of electro hooks and ambient atmospheres into their experimental music, I have always anticipated their next release with excitement.
Dec 23, 2007 in Reviews: IDM

Dopplereffekt: Calabi-Yau Space

Dopplereffekt refuse interviews and rarely perform live. They originally hail from Detroit, and their music has a spacey eighties presets feel.
Jul 16, 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.
Jul 16, 2007 in Reviews: IDM

Amen Andrews vs Spac Hand Luke

It seems I have a love-hate relationship with Vibert.
Jun 26, 2006 in Reviews: IDM

Urban Tribe: Authorized Clinical Trials

Ingram is a Detroit techno legend. His second full-length spans bass-heavy electro to downtempo braindance.
Jun 15, 2006 in Reviews: Techno

AFX: Chosen Lords

Aphex Twin’s first new material since 2001 is a series of eleven 12-inches released last year. Now Rephlex is reissuing about a quarter of those tracks on CD.
Mar 27, 2006 in Reviews: IDM

Pierre Bastien: Pop

Bastien built himself a mechanical orchestra.
Nov 24, 2005 in Reviews: IDM

Bogdan Raczynski & Bjork: "Who Is It?"

Bogdan Raczynski and Björk.
Nov 15, 2005 in Reviews: IDM
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