It’s a good job the music on the 12 tracks on this compilation more than outweigh this early candidate for ‘Most Unispired Title’ of the year; musically, 2010 looks like a very good year for Soma Recordings indeed.
The Black Dog is regarded as one of the most influential groups in UK electronic music and they are back with some further vexations that they need to exercise from their system.
Planet Mu have been on a roll of late but can they keep going like a 303 on heat? Remano Eszidn steps up to the plate with the debut album that’s certainly different.
Kuniyuki Takahashi is a producer and sound designer from Sapporo, Japan. In 1997 he started his own record label BSC (Bacteria Sound Commune) but this compilation of remixes on Mule Musiq is likely to get him the most exposure he’s had to-date; because its awesome!
This is the third helping from the Supperclub from their ‘nine sins’ menu. Compiled and mixed by Pathaan of the Asian Network, you can guarantee the 2 CD set is a thing of true beauty.
After 20 years underground, Soma have arranged a daytime release and let their lunatics outside with a double CD set to celebrate
Dance-label Soma has such a devoted following they could probably release the sound of a washing machine on spin-dry and be sure of warm reviews. Luckily, as this round-up of their best tracks from the last twelve months shows, their roster of acts is far too good for them to need to do that just yet
The new compilation from the home of Scottish house and techno focuses on the downtempo side of things; not quite a dream, think more of a “diffuse, luminous cloud of dust and gas that develops around a comet’s nucleus as it nears the sun.”
Somewhat like the proverbial London bus, Alex Smoke came along in triplicate recently so it felt like time to report on his latest 12″