Category: Rock


    1. Feshakar

      Roger van Lunteren’s album (first released on vinyl in , now re-released twice as long on CD) feels like a fresh breeze in the often way too inbred world of electronic listening music. The five long tunes on the album may all have a similar build, a bunch of repetitive elements that work together and [ ]Missing: Float.
    2. Daijora

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    3. Mikara

      No Comment, on one slab of wax, have broached a number of electronic styles. From the minimal techno of Albert Van Abbe to the clinical electro of Heinrich Mueller and into the dark cerebral depths of “P4S_” Not bad going for the for a debut EP. The Dutch are up to it once again. No [ ].
    4. Meztigal

      Review: Having built their reputation through 12" singles for the likes of Crosstown Rebels and Poker Flat, Dan Berkson and James What deliver their debut album, on their freshly minted imprint peotranbangthopaquatesnovatossellcons.xyzinfostingly, Keep Up Appearances is an altogether warmer, melodious and more evocative set than you'd perhaps expect, with a smattering of rich downtempo cuts joining a solid selection of.
    5. Goltikazahn

      Something Happening Somewhere (Kurt Baggaley, Quince) drop this electro love-in between Cosmic Force, Legowelt and Orgue Electronique. Cosmic Force handles the first two takes of Transmitting Illicit Logic solo and proves a dab hand at crafting electro of serious dancefloor potential.
    6. Douhn

      Hard Wax is one of the world's leading shops for cutting-edge electronic dance music, such as techno, house, dub and bass music.
    7. Makazahn

      Collection of ever exciting music from Java: ‘ this collection immerses us in the vibes of Sundanese nights at the turn of the s’ (w/ download card) Nano's Group: Nano's GMissing: Float · Roger van Lunteren.
    8. Vudonos

      **Housed in ace brown paper inner and LP sleeve designed by Studio Tape-Echo. Mastered by Lewis at Stardelta. Roger Van Lunteren The Hills 23 Roger Van Lunteren — The Hills 24 Morah Route 24 Morah TTT yank out a necessary vinyl edition of Dilloway's 'Psychic Driving Tapes', recorded in and originally only available (and now dead.

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