Adam Freeland. New DJ mix. Titled ‘From The Desert, For The Forests‘. Hashtag Psych Breakbeat. We’re in for a real treat.
Housey warmth, technoid ecstasy and ambientesque calms, casual uplift and melodic hypnotism, all rolled into one. Good stuff from Sam Goku.
So much good music out there at the moment. Like this DJ mix of exclusively unreleased tracks by Dark Sky, for instance.
Long gone are the days when terms like psychedelic or trance were reserved for the junkie space pirates inhabiting the subculture with this very name, and when these terms were used by outsiders with a somewhat derogatory connotation. While major Psytrance festivals have turned into a neo-spiritual version of EDM events, urban hippsters and other…
“All manner of dub, flowing from the oceanic stylings of the opening cut to the mid-way point’s deep atmospheres and the closing cut’s floating pads—all of which are underpinned by deep low-slung grooves.” Via XLR8R.
A Strangely Isolated Place shares a great recollection of some of the Ambient, Downbeat and mellow Electronica goodness that made 2018 another year of fantastic new music.
Sounds pretty much like a modern-day version of what D-Nox played at VooV’s second floor on those unforgettable Sunday afternoons in the early noughties… Well done, Mr. Applescal – very well done.
Jon Hopkins’ last album would have been the perfect terminus for a musical career that burns out rather than fading away. However, he faced the extremely high anticipations and released another album. Singularity might not be quite as groundbreaking and innovative as the last album – but it surely is a worthy successor. Ecstasy and…
Adam Freeland – a man who needs no further introduction to readers of this blog. He just dropped a brand new DJ mix for Solid Steel Radio and, no big surprise here, it’s pretty damn eclectic, diverse and catchy. Also he told some words about his life in the desert and his most recent creative…
More than one hour of laid-back diversity mixed by Griff, the Australian master of Glitch Hop.
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.
Two hours of ecstatic mellowness, including quite some tunes by Tycho himself.
Love Over Entropy presents a deep, hypnotic and highly musical DJ mix that has a brilliant dramaturgy.
The grand master of so-sweet-and-melodic-it’s-almost-kitsch-but-it’s-not Bass Music presents a beautiful mix of deep Ambient and Downbeat tunes for Ransom Note. „I’ve done chilled and ambient mixes in the past which covered my influences over the years, whereas this mix features a lot more recent material of mine and stuff I’d get on promo that I…
What Uone delivered at this year’s Rainbow Serpent Festival is so deep, trippy and melodic that it almost qualifies as some kind of Trance music. However, it’s something different, something very streamlined and clubby. The Australian artist describes his outstanding DJ set as ‘the debut of my new Serpent Charmer show’ – definitely something to…
Dreamy flute sounds, the organic warmth of a Fender Rhodes, laid-back yet inspiring beats: Pablie from beautiful Barcelona delivers a collection of tracks that ranks fairly high on the dopeness scale. Pablie – B Sides by Atomnation
It’s getting increasingly hard to get me excited about four-to-the-floor Electronic Dance Music. However, the Extrawelt guys never fail to do so. Arne, one half of the German duo formerly known as Spirallianz and Midimiliz, delivers a deeply hallucinogenic DJ mix that takes some pleasantly unexpected turns.
It’s the skilful play between psyched-up House grooves and long melodic build-ups that lends to this DJ mix by Mollono.Bass a remarkably high level of involvement, both physically and intellectually. Uplifting dance music with a surprisingly deep and trippy twist.
Adam Freeland delivers a new DJ mix and, no surprise here, he’s killing it. Sublime melodies merge into an every changing variety of rhythm structures, talking the listener on a 71-minute journey. Deep and trippy dance music at it’s best.