Mixes to Dig: Room II Records w/ aka Nothing b2b Bruce

[Above Image Credit: Room II Records] Bruce is someone who we at Mantissa have long been a fan of; and for good reason. His productions are always essential for the record bag and behind the decks he has consistently delivered some of the best sets. Through this, aka Nothing’s show on Radar Radio, Room II…Read more Mixes to Dig: Room II Records w/ aka Nothing b2b Bruce

Mixes to Dig: LWE Podcast 05: Tama Sumo

Few electronic music publications have had as profound an effect on the scene as Little White Earbuds. Across the course of its existence it released challenging interviews, in-depth reviews and exemplary podcasts with many of its former writers continuing to shape the electronic music scene at Resident Advisor. The list of LWE Editor-in-chief, Steve Mizek's…Read more Mixes to Dig: LWE Podcast 05: Tama Sumo

Tune of the Week: A.A.L – Some Kind Of Game

[Above image credit - A.A.L] Aside from his unquestionable ability to create celebrated, genre-defining music, part of Nicolas Jaar’s allure as a producer is his willingness to evolve and progress. The diversity of his output, spanning a career already into its second decade, has allowed him to maintain prominence as one of electronic music’s greatest…Read more Tune of the Week: A.A.L – Some Kind Of Game

Fort Romeau – Untitled II

[above image credit - DGTL Records] Fort Romeau, born Michael Greene, has been on an incredible journey since the inception of his career as an independent artist in 2012. His first release, 'Kingdoms', for 100% Silk, shot the artist to widespread prominence. Tracks like 'Jack Rollin'' and 'Theo' from that EP have stood the test…Read more Fort Romeau – Untitled II

A Review: Nicola Guiso’s 2017

[Above image credit - NME] Set of the Year: Pearson Sound Garage Only Set – London Underground, Glastonbury 2017 Having moved to London fairly recently, 2017 has easily been the year when I was most exposed to the dance music scene. With so many good events on at the same time it was sometimes difficult…Read more A Review: Nicola Guiso’s 2017

A Review: Kish Muman’s 2017

Album review: Moonchild – Voyager Mo0nchild’s third album Voyager has attributes of a modern classic. Thoughtful composition, flowing narrative and most importantly the ability to play on many emotions. It is just over 45 minutes of positive feeling goodness which is drenched in soul, glazed with Jazz and hints of R’n’B.  As soon as the…Read more A Review: Kish Muman’s 2017

A Review: Frank Mowatt’s 2017

Album Highlight 2017 Colin Stetson - All This I Do for Glory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSaVYSpqRNg&list=PLZqsyBiYZFQ3ZgLuZqRcb5PDgDxSWI2jp Colin Stetson’s album All This I Do For Glory is unlike any music I have heard before, but there is a good reason for that. What sounds like a four piece band is actually Stetson alone utilising the noises from his bass…Read more A Review: Frank Mowatt’s 2017