At the risk of sounding overly hyperbolic, I think the best – or, at the very least, most interesting – records stand outside time.
Ball Park Music’s debut album is – and this is as much a compliment as an insult – musical premature ejaculation.
You ratchet up the intensity with breakbeat and raver music. This is absinthe and lemonade.
‘Holy Moses’ is potentially the single best song Washington’s ever released.
NAPT seem to have grown tired of experimenting with structure and layers and have instead decided to try and create something novel by messing with the fundamental sounds of their work.
I’ve always shied away from dubstep records because spaced-out mid-tempo grooves are about as conducive to stimulating exercise as a warm glass of milk
entranced, volatile, enraged, elevated, attenuated, aggressive, aroused
Over the past three months, there has been an influx of EPs from quality Australian dance producers – especially the Brisbane sector. In recognition of this fact, I have chosen to do a review series focussing on the three most interesting releases. First, ‘Twice Baked’ by Brisbane breaks/glitch-hop two-piece Blunt Instrument.
Local recommendation this time. Always nice. Two reasons. First, because of this comment from Matt O’Neill: I think we’ve long past the point of accessible exposure and network avalanches. In fact, I’d say the ease of accessing exposure over the past few years has led to it being almost more inaccessible than it ever has been. […]