Tune of the Week: Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush

[Above image Credit: Jon Hopkins] There are seldom few electronic producers whose music is so unique and distinct that it is instantly identifiable. The very nature of electronic music means that it can be reproduced and mimicked with relative ease, often to the point of exasperation for the listening audience. It is uncommon for an…Read more Tune of the Week: Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush

Tune of the Week: Theo Parrish – Gullah Geechee

[Above image credit: Sound Signature US] As we soak up the final rays of the British summertime and build excitement for a Mantissa outing to witness one of the pioneers of the Detroit scene play next weekend, we’ve given the nod to an easy listening, reflective piece by Theo Parrish for this week’s tune. Gullah…Read more Tune of the Week: Theo Parrish – Gullah Geechee

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

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

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

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?’