A Review: Nachtdigital Flex

It is rare for a festival as renowned as Nachtdigital to remain such an enigma in the age of social media. Many large festivals share every detail online for months in the lead up to the date, leaving little to the imagination. Nachtdigital on the other hand gave little away on their website, Facebook event,…Read more A Review: Nachtdigital Flex

A Review: 19 Jahre Robert Johnson with Zip, Binh, Bodin&Jacob

[Above Image Credit: Robert Johnson] Robert Johnson, and Offenbach - the suburb of Frankfurt in which it is situated, are synonymous with minimal dance music. Equally so is former Frankfurt resident, Zip aka Thomas Franzmann, co-founder of the infamous Perlon label, and Binh, whose popularity has soared over the past two years and now is…Read more A Review: 19 Jahre Robert Johnson with Zip, Binh, Bodin&Jacob

Tune of the Week: Nils Frahm – Sunson

[above image credit: Nils Frahm] When it comes to making music, Nils Frahm does not play by the rules. Each of his releases (spanning a career of over a decade since his first release) showcases a unique style and a different approach. Whether this is by self-modifying his piano for his 2011 LP 'Felt' (for…Read more Tune of the Week: Nils Frahm – Sunson

An Interview: Blint

  (Above photo courtesy of Matthew Wood) Blint (aka Felix Nisble) is a veteran of the DJing world, based in Bochum and having played all over Germany. He is the founder of the label Blintmusik, of which the current releases seem to revolve around a theme of hypnotic, broken, and bass heavy techno – all…Read more An Interview: Blint

Tune of the Week: Blint – Silent Movements

[above image credit: Matthew Wood] Blint’s production Silent Movements, the A-side to the BLINT 001 single, and released on Blintmusik, is a fantastic production. The German producer brings a weighty bassline in to form the backbone of this track. Pacey percussion compliment the bassline to keep the high energy of the track going before some…Read more Tune of the Week: Blint – Silent Movements

Tune of the Week: Kettenkarussell – Brueder [Giegling LP06]

[above image credit: Giegling] Leafgar Legov and Konstantin have teamed up again for another release as Kettenkarussell on the esteemed Giegling imprint. The German based label has garnered a significant following over the past few years, and for good reason. The extensive hype and high expectations that precedes each release is seldom not matched or…Read more Tune of the Week: Kettenkarussell – Brueder [Giegling LP06]