Music Reviews

Going Back by Maceo Plex and Maars – Ellum Audio Whether he’s in his Maceo Plex garb or as techno-leaning Maetrik, Eric Estornel’s proven over the last few years he’s much more than a one-track anthem writer, with his own label, Ellum Audio, often giving him most space...

ADE 2013 Announces First Acts Aug17

ADE 2013 Announces F...

The 18th edition of the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s biggest club festival and leading conference for electronic music, will be featuring a record 2.000 DJs and acts performing at more than 90 venues and 400 events across the city. The 2013 edition, taking place from 16...

ADE back even bigger in 2012 Aug07

ADE back even bigger...

Revealing first festival names: Afrojack (NL), Chris Liebing (DE), Chuckie (NL), Fatboy Slim (GB), John Digweed (GB), Joris Voorn (NL), Maceo Plex (US), Richie Hawtin (CA), Paul van Dyk (DE), Pete Tong (GB) and many others. This year the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s biggest...

Movement Detroit 2012 Apr24

Movement Detroit 201...

Movement – Detroit’s premier music festival – announces the full 2012 line-up for Memorial Day Weekend: May 26- 28. Lil’ Louis will headline on Saturday 26th, rap legends Public Enemy will headline on Sunday 27th (their debut Movement appearance) and Jeff Mills, AKA The...

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You Were Away EP by Bonar Bradberry – NeedWant Leeds’ own Bonar Bradberry (yes, that is his real name) arrives in 2012 with a lot to match up to from his last twelve months. Very much a DJ and production talent in his own right, the previous year saw him alongside his erstwhile musical...

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DRM Part 1 by Merveille & Crosson – Visionquest Visionquest’s 2011 comes to a bright end with the last chapter in its conquest of all things four-four in the last twelve months. It’s hard to believe that the label’s only been around for nine months, its Where The Freaks Have No...

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Back On Track – Nicholas: Nu Groove by Nicolas – Needwant In the mid-late 00s, it seemed house music was doing its best to stretch away from its origins more than ever, with a constant strain to sound ever more futuristic, as minimal techno influenced every genre and sub-genre....