Back on my desk today I find a CD from renowned Israeli label Phonokol on my desk: Injection delivers his new album Choose To Live.
When reading the artist names of this release, the one or the other may be reminded somebody...
Over there at Digital Diamonds, the dudes just lauched their probably best release ever at least it heavily kicked my ass:
Two aspects of this album are remarkable, and it is their combination that makes it one of the outstanding releases in 2011.
The one or the other might remember these two dudes from this year’s VuuV festival, where they performed some proper dance floor damage or from their extraordinary track on Plastik Park.
Dark, deep and in this respect really wasted- this is my overall impression of this newest digital EP on Horns and Hoofs Entertainment.
After listening to the first bars of this new promo CD, I am checking the cover again. But yes, it comes from Phonokol Records!
Moonstone Records – Star Dust
1 - MUTe - Sensimellia, 2 - MUTe - Sensimellia (Perfect Stranger Remix). The original version starts like just another Nu School Progressive track...
Sweden and Canada again prove to be top-notch in up-to-date electronic dance music!
Nick Bugayev – Tricky EP – Tribal Vision Records
The easy splash of the ocean swell and the surreal sounds of tropical birds welcome the listener to an amazing trip to some gorgeous and colorful soundscapes...
It was 2006 when Perfect Stranger drew my attention for the first time: His album “Learning = Change” featured a very interesting variety of music.
Well, that is pretty much my association after listening to Peter Gun's already forth album for a few times now.
From all the incoming promos on my desk this one especially drew my attention.
I have to confess that I did not listen to a Protoculture track since ages but after I just checked out his new EP I have to say: These dude definitely still has it...
Read reviews of Indidginus latest album Feast or Famine
Soular Records – “Evolve”
Spliff Music – Propaganda
One and a half year, that is the time which Thomas Vitali took to refine his Pure Essence and he did so with good reason: Every title on the available Sunstryk debut album represents
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