Tune of the Week: Orbital – Belfast

[Image Credit: Orbital] Orbital’s debut self-titled album, released in 1991, came about in a time viewed by some as the golden age for electronic music. It is a wonderful album full of brilliant tracks and is a must listen for anyone. The penultimate track on the album, Belfast, is truly a beautiful track – with…Read more Tune of the Week: Orbital – Belfast

Tune of the Week: Project Pablo – ‘Is It Dry?’

Patrick Holland, better known under his Project Pablo alias, is a producer that is fast establishing himself as one of the leading names in the Canadian chilled-out house scene, a scene that has been pushed to international prominence by hugely successful labels such as Mood Hut and Pacific Rhythm. This influence can clearly be heard…Read more Tune of the Week: Project Pablo – ‘Is It Dry?’

Tune of the Week: The National – Guilty Party

[Photo Credit: Alex Young] As the first signs of Christmas spirit start to infect the nation we have a nice slice of melancholia to bring the festivity back down to earth. American five-piece The National recently released their seventh studio album, Sleep Well Beast, which this week’s tune of the week, Guilty Party, is taken…Read more Tune of the Week: The National – Guilty Party

Tune of the Week: Nine Inch Nails – Just Like You Imagined

[Above Image Credit: Juliette Jagger] Trent Reznor is a man who needs little introduction. He is the founder and principal member of Nine Inch Nails and has become a notable film score composer in more recent years, having written award winning music for films such as The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,…Read more Tune of the Week: Nine Inch Nails – Just Like You Imagined

Tune of the Week: Larry Heard – Comfort

[Above image credit: Mecca Recordings] Larry Heard has been releasing consistently innovative music for over 30 years now, and shows no sign of stopping. Warmth and emotion exudes from his productions; allowing him to create music that resonates deeply with listeners. These qualities are shown off in Comfort, an underrated gem from the album Genesis…Read more Tune of the Week: Larry Heard – Comfort

Tune of the Week: Actress – Credit Da Edit

[Above image credit: Hyponik] Actress needs no introduction. As a producer he is constantly redefining electronic music genres and their boundaries. With Credit Da Edit, he takes glitchy IDM and gives it a healthy dose of that laid back West Coast hip-hop feel. Hazy heaviness opens the track, with warm and colourful synths whirling over…Read more Tune of the Week: Actress – Credit Da Edit

Tune of the Week: Crazy P – Witch Doctor

Witch Doctor is the closing tune of Crazy P’s latest album, Walk Dance Talk and Sing, and it’s one of those songs which is almost impossible to place in a specific genre. The track builds on the same loop, a sample of the bass guitar from True Believers by Level 42, which is repeated throughout…Read more Tune of the Week: Crazy P – Witch Doctor