Tag Archives: Techno

Track of the day #43

Holidays time, slower times. Nevertheless, I recently got to listen to the latest Liars LP, their 6th one. I was skeptical at first : I got to see them live a few times in the early 2000’s, and while the shows were good and the records more then alright, it just felt a little late for this music at the time. Hence my surprise with WIXIW, a mesmerizing collection of noise electronic ballads, a trance like state inducing album. This record is indeed filled with potential hits, underground ones, mind you, but still filled! It would be difficult to extract one song over the others, but that’s we do, so there it is, in its live glory, so you grasp the means they used to accomplish this rebirth.

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #31

In the past 2 or 3 years, a unknown alien race has been visting our planet. We already knew about the drexciyan people and their sparse visits to the surface, it now seems that the Exaltics have also taken an interest in humans. Bringing their message and analysis in a similar fashion to the drexciyan people, their language is actually quite similar and shouldn’t sound too alien to the listners familiar with the deep sea dwellers.

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #26

Blawan has recently matured at lightspeed, growing out of his early post-dubstep inclination into some really personnal techno with a catch, and he’s just toped his summer anthem “It’s what you do with what you have” with “Coronation” on his latest Clone 12″. Ace all the way!

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Artist of the Day #9

Over the past twelve months, we’ve seen almost as many 12″s from Liverpool’s Deep Space Orchestra. Between their house and their disco lays some Detroit, and the quality’s constantly been on the rise. If they’re not yet making standout banging underground hits, they still manage to always catch our attention with nuggets such as this recent one :

Not leagues away from the almost ever satisfying Mark E, Deep Space Orchestra‘s just about to release their new EP, and it’s a blast. Containing three alternate mixes of their Hold Me Back song, the regular one, the oldschool acid one, and our fave, the cosmic boogie one, I just think they might soon catch many people’s attention as well :

If you fancy all this, you would be well advised to check their full soundcloud page for past and future transmissions.

Cheers,
Bertrand Delanowave