Music Reviews Aug15

Music Reviews

Kontrol EP by Hugo Barritt – Vitalik Despite what the hype machine may have you believe, thankfully not every aspiring producer and DJ that comes to Europe ends up in Berlin. Aside the trends of the last few years, London still draws many to the capital, and in the case of Kiwi Hugo...

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Secret Moon by Klartraum – Lucidflow Nadja Lind and Helmut Ebritsch’s five year journey as Klartraum sits comfortably outside the average Berlin artist’s party-after party-studio-party stencil, and it’s one that’s taken their production partnership and resultant Lucidflow label...

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Rain Come Down by Just Be – Maison D’Etre Just Be may not be a familiar name to many, but once you’ve unwrapped the pun and read the PR and the penny’s dropped, it’s simply another solo project from Matthew Bushwacka, he of the unmistakable surname, of the partnership with Layo,...

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The Wrap Around EP by Detroit Swindle – Saints & Sonnets New labels are ten a penny, even in such tight economic times, but having a late contender for the end of year top ten lists is a surefire way to get yourself noticed. London imprint Saints and Sonnets was formed in 2011 by...

Hugo Barritt

New Zealand-born Hugo Barritt moved to London at the end of the last millennium to concentrate on enveloping himself in electronic music, and since then it’s been a slow-burning progression from playing some of the capital’s most committed promotions and a production career...

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Blues My Blues by Ray Okpara – Mobilee Ray Okpara burst onto the scene in 2008 with a slew of EPs capturing house music at its most organic, a practitioner of what became heralded as the ‘Mannheim Sound’ beloved of Oslo, 8-Bit and Cecille. Far more than just the inhabiter of one of...