Hailing from New Zealand, Eden Burns is one of the artists who has steadily gained more and more recognition within the electronic music scene – quite rightly.
Giving the “musical journey” a proper host, Mattheis’ absorbing Techno adequately defines how the road not taken can somehow dodge the (exhausted) cliches.
Not certain if the ominous Third Place is down in the basement but surely it must be somewhere deep in the London underground, otherwise it’s unexplainably how Will Hofbauer can release music with such a vibe.
For the moment he’s the primary source for experimental lofi music, probably the term that best covers Ghosthwhip’s musical influences, which go from Detroit Techno to Chicago House to some Dirty South Hip-Hop back to Death Metal over to Electronica.
Brooklyn-based House expert Justin Cudmore is picking up pace again, after his Train Dance release on Phonica White in fall, and delivers a full hour of well- and wisely chosen music surely making one dance on the train and the floor and around.
He just released a magnifique EP – The Mirror – on Permanent Vacation proving once again why he’s on top of the game, his game.
Architect, promoter, DJ and soon to be wine bar owner in Lisbon, Tiago Oudman has many talents and even more creative outlets.
It got complicated. But only when speaking of DC Salas’ EP on Live At Robert Johnson, as his four tracker, out in the midth of the pandemic, was entitled The Complicated Art of Dreaming.