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Paul Blackford - Fireflies (Tokyo Electro Beat Recordings)

Paul Blackford – Fireflies (Tokyo Electo Beat Recordings)

Although he is perhaps better known for his straight-up electro work, Paul Blackford has long been one of a small pool of artists who seems equally happy exploring other sounds. 608 more words

Techno

Rainy Days ' Chill Jazz & Hip Hop

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! plus, it’s a rainy day here in Atlanta..

Digital? analog? let the music play, rebuking the reign that began with a drizzle… 158 more words

Breakbeat Science

Between the Funk and The Fear -  Hologram Teen (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The debut Hologram Teen album certainly arrives with all the right credentials in place as it is the solo project of none other than Morgane Lhote, the long-term avante-guardian of the keyboards for seminal indie adventurers Stereolab during what many consider to be their creative high water mark. 307 more words

De Sluwe Vos - A (Glitched) Lovestory [PTRNV002]

Holland’s house & techno kingpin De Sluwe Vos kept his best work until today to be released on his Patron imprint. A four tracker which combines low tempo sharp synths as well as dancefloor shakers with rolling snares and undeniable claps for a dark and sweaty night club setting. 31 more words

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Raw Ambassador - Shadows Of Evil [MNQ106]

Berlin based Mannequin Records pushes out some proper Industrial/EBM bangers. Raised in Pescara on the Adriatic Coast and ow based in Frankfurt am Main Antonio Barbetta is debuting on Death of the Machines as Raw Ambassador.  33 more words

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Kord - Drum Effort EP [RWT-5]

Next up on Bucharest’s Raw Tools label is Börft co-founder, Johan Sturesson, also known to be part of the Swedish electronic trio, Frak. Always under the radar, he has been operating raw electronics since the late 80’s, developing quite a distinctive sound. 82 more words

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A Million Machines -  A Million Machines (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Future predictions rarely hold true, if they did we would all have personal jet packs, be living on the moon or in the dark dystopian city scapes envisioned in Blade Runner. 347 more words