The number of electronic music labels that can do tender emotion as well as KANN can probably be counted on the fingers of one hand, and there are even fewer who find intriguing ways to express it
Video premiere of the first single of the gorgeous upcoming album by Innere Tueren on Leipzig based Kann records which is set to be released on March 22.
In the 1950s, at the very dawn of computers and artificial intelligence, Alan Turing developed a now famous test:
Technology and music have forever been intertwined, with each pushing the other’s boundaries deep into the unknown and unfamiliar.
Leipzig-based KANN Records may celebrate a lot of jubilees this year. Celebrating a decade of music with a label showcase tour and a magnificent 15 track “Family Horror X” compilation, KANN’s kaleidoscopic musical journey through 2018 culminates with another gorgeous mini compilation
Every year, there are a plethora of music compilations being released. Each vying for your time and attention
Vril is a man of few words and an artist of a few notes. His productions tend to favor dark and dusty, crackling sounds with atmosphere and ambiance doing the heavy lifting and being used almost as a musical instrument.
The past few years have seen Australia’s Albrecht La’Brooy steadily hone in their unique spin on dance music via releases on their own label Analogue Attic, as well as Night Tide, Voyage Records and Butter Sessions.
Omonia, by a German band Von Spar, feels like taking a wrong turn and unexpectedly finding yourself in a vast dark room.