Acrylic color and how it flows and spreads along objects submerged in water: That’s what this hypnotic video by Thomas Blanchard is all about.
Fact described Yagya as “one of Techno’s best-kept secrets” some years ago. Here the Icelandic producer takes us on a melodic journey from beatless Ambient to Downbeat to Dub Techno and back.
In this short film Steve Cutts portrayals the everyday life of the great majority of people out there: Happiness in the spiraling age of consumerism.
Kabanjak keeps them dope beats rolling: In the run-up to his promising new album ‘A Map Of The Unconscious‘ the German beatmaker drops a new mixtape that is varied as it is melodic and deep.
Low-impact actions, such as recycling, were still worth doing: “All of those are good things to do. But they are more of a beginning than an end. They are certainly not sufficient to tackle the scale of the climate challenge that we face.” Reflections on the much avoided subject of overpopulation.
Celebrating the release of his new album HA! Jon Kennedy presents 65 fairly energetic minutes of Breaks, Bass Music Trip Hop and Dope Beats.
Two hours of ecstatic mellowness, including quite some tunes by Tycho himself.
The super food of today might well be declared super unhealthy tomorrow.
Nice concept, nice landscapes, nice footage, nice editing, nice soundtrack, nice retro style boards.
As good, old Bart Simpsons once said: “You’re damned if you do and you’re damned if you don’t.”
Nice waves, nice boards, nice footage, great soundtrack.
Love Over Entropy presents a deep, hypnotic and highly musical DJ mix that has a brilliant dramaturgy.
Max Cooper facilitates an ethereal, highly musical journey through a wide range of contemporary electronic genres.
Lush green mountains and the deep blue of the ocean. Cold nights and hot springs. Big waves and flat spells. One day and four seasons.
” If Jazzy Ambient Synth Porn was a genre, this would be its quintessential mix.” (Ivan Ave)
Wonderfully light and summery Dub Techno tunes in this first episode of the Navy Cut podcast, mixed by Pugilist.
A different view on what is widely considered a healthy diet these days: The Guardian ran an interesting-to-read interview with Anthony Warner, the man behind the blog Angry Chef, who’s “on a mission to confront the ‘alternative facts’ surrounding nutritional fads and myths”. Read the full interview here.
Extending over 1 hour and bordering the realms of cheesiness at some points, here’s a sonic kingdom full of ecstatic, sunlit soundscapes.
“[T]hese tech giants have quietly crept into our minds and rewired our brains. They have engineered a generation of self-obsessed narcissists. […] Registration might be free, but long-term use quite evidently comes at a price.” A well-written article on Highsnobiety about the world in which we live.
A deeply meditative, deeply ritualist journey full of hypnotic percussions, ethereal singing, dreamy melodies and the sounds of the jungle.