Immaterial Meeting treats us to a high energy breakbeat rhythm that is immediately contrasted with somewhat mysterious and laid back synth lines, that swirl in and out like snow flakes
As the summer draws to a close, electronic music releases, no doubt, will get just a little more melancholic and gray, to signify the arrival of fall moods. But before we shift our minds to sweaters, hot tea, bourbon, and rain, it is almost therapeutic to reflect on the passing summer and release our carefree summer attitude from our soul. Need a soundtrack for this summer soul purge
The sound of rain is always different: if you find yourself in the forest, the rain envelops you with its muted but consistent rush
Lawrence and his label, Dial Music, are no strangers to the speakers of the Fiction Lab: his delicate minimalistic aesthetic has been delighting us on many occasions.
The afternoon sun can be brutal in the summer. With your motionless body parked at the beach, it pounds and flattens you with ferocity and determination of an Italian grandma making veal Milanese.
In greek mythology, Gaia personifies planet Earth and is an ancestral mother of all life, a goddess that stands at the root of the greek gods' family tree
In the 1950s, at the very dawn of computers and artificial intelligence, Alan Turing developed a now famous test:
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.
Are you are suffering from music review fatigue? Do all those fancy words and clever observations blend in your head into one hot ball of "la la la"
When you're asked to review a track from an artist you don’t know on a compilation with no familiar names and on a label that doesn’t ring a bell, what possible context can you have?
They say that in order to cure a phobia, you must first face it. If you have a fear of public speaking, you must find yourself a wedding or a funeral and force yourself to give a speech
What's in the name? When it comes to naming tracks and EPs in electronic music, the answer is "Not that much".
I have a beef with cilantro! It's not that I hate its taste; it's just that cilantro never plays nice with other ingredients, but pushes them aside to invade your taste buds until you taste nothing but cilantro.