Here we suggest 4 releases to look out to, that represent different styles for -as mentioned- every occasion.
And every taste.
Activity of Sound | Rebecca Golgberg
Rebecca has come up with her second release, this time with a nearly 1hour piece of ultimate sound design. It's a journey that provokes imagination, phantasy and is utterly picturesque. A blend of sounds, mechanisms, noises and voice samples. Thrilled to hear the skillfully distorted female Greek voice, a recording during her visiting Report2dancefloor Radio Headquarters.
The sonic journey finishes with a original techno tempo. A sign of her return to her city. Detroit.
On Test : On Chaos [ the elusive pinapple squash ]
After having released tracks on Dansa Records back in 1995 SiMoore is back with a 4 track E.P. that demostrates what a long-lasting devotion to studying sound structure can outcome. It is due on Chicago's Anika Recordings and it will be released towards the end of August. The EP starts with the mind-bending first track and moves on to a penetrating sound combination of acid & house. Soothed by what comes after, the end is given by a masterpiece of hydonistic Garage House.
Do It by Robert Royale'
Robert Royale' know what is house better than anyone else, quite righteously so he originates in Chicago,Illinois. He has been involved in the music industry since the early 90's and inside record labels that made the history of Chicago House music as we know it. Only now, he makes his own part of history. He now runs his own label Royale' Court Music where he releases his own productions and of emerging artists. This release sees collaborations with remixes from his brother K' Alexi Shelby.
It's pure house spirit.
Bruiser by Technocrasy
If you ask our opinion it would be that of Techno genre being the one with the most followers and producers. The field has become trully vast. Alot going on with many sub-genres blended with other genres or sounds, each one creating a specific style. Our ears were caught by this release of a London based artist. We like this 2track E.P. because its melodic enough, fast enough , dark and simple yet very effective. We hope you do too.