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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

CHIKISS - "Dusha"

Chikiss is a singer, song-writer and musician from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. One of the most productive and versatile artists on nowadays Russian electronic scene, alone and in collaborations, she has recorded an impressive amount of simply amazing music. Being a participant of many third-party and world music projects, she's also a winner of Artemy Troitsky's "Steppenwolf" the award in "The Voice" nomination (2012). She collaborated with a plenty of musicians and artists such as Barbara Morgenstern, Yolochnie igrushki, Milky Toad, Sun Glitters, Galun and many more, played in a plenty of bands and acted on numerous festivals and in clubs all over the world. "Dusha" is featured on NNF new compilation "She Knows More Than She Thinks", that sources the sweetest, strangest pops from Russia and Ukrain. Recommended!

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Thursday, December 25, 2014

M.U. Podcast #81 (December 2014)


M.U. Podcast #81 (December 2014)

Benjamin Finger - Headspincrawl (reprise)
Copeland - Smitten
Pilotwings- trance beats
Ron Morelli - Signal Jam (Greg Beato Remix)
Marie Dior - Unreleased Track
Pye Corner Audio - Shared Secret Key
Hieroglyphic Being - The Fourth Dimension
Black Rain - Night In New Chiang Saen
Andy Stott - Missing

M.U. Podcast #81 (December 2014) by Mundo Urbano on Mixcloud

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Saturday, December 20, 2014


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Monday, December 08, 2014

Grebenstein - Grebenstein EP

  Grebenstein - Grebenstein EP (Downwards) Comentários: Grebenstein debuts on Downwards with a roiling industrial session primed for fans of his label-mates Samuel Kerridge or Talker. Rife with slow, bellicose drums and miasmic atmospheres, four tracks play out a soundtrack for end times between the tribal trudge of 'Acting Within Your Terms' and the uniquely offset swagger of 'That's Where The Answer Was, In Your Body' via the Raime-like mood guitar chops and malefic attitude of 'No You Don't'. Sterling stuff for fans of The Haxan Cloak etc. in boomkat

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Afrikan Sciences - Circuitous

Afrikan Sciences - Circuitous (PAN) Comentários: Easily one of our most anticipated LPs of 2014, Afrikan Sciences' 'Circuitous' transcends jazz, techno and hip hop with pineal Afro-futurist vision. Hailing from Saturn via Oakland, CA, Eric Douglas Porter aka Afrikan Sciences has carved an elliptic orbit thru the sonic cosmos with three albums and a string of 12"s for Aybee's Deepblak label, an empathetic home for his abstract, groovesome suppositions improvised on turntables, upright bass, and a matrix of digital tablets. Now taking flight within the PAN quadrant, he presents a systemic set of 14 tracks, solar hymns for the unbound body and mind, traversing multiple dimensions of vivid sound-image and refractive rhythmic reality; calculating a zig-zagging, polyrhythmic trajectory from the gyroscopic tussle of elements in 'Two In The Chamber' thru the whirring broken beats of the title track and the probing harmonic chaos of 'Feel', to the crack'd boom bop of closer, 'Tell Me Who Like That'. Clearly the precedents have been set by Sun Ra, Ron Hardy, Dego, Jamal Moss, Theo P; but it's Afrikan Sciences who's taking this sound to new levels of idiosyncratic complexity and intuition. Massive recommendation. in boomkat

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