A three minute throbbing run of electronic chilled out beats. ‘I.N.T.G.O.’ soars and swells, swerves and weaves along throughout the track’s progression.
Monthly Archive: May 2015
Blink or you’ll miss it – The RA-6600 speed through their self titled EP with joyous abandon, sprinkling lo-fi fun wherever they go.
Dark and thundering, The Synthetic Dream Foundation delivers moody industrial beats all served up with a side order of glitches.
Australian band EMPRA are here with their EMPRA EP and by all accounts they are here to take over the world.
Born in Burkina Faso and raised in Miami, Ish Sankara offers a special blend of African sounds with all american sensibilities.
Based in Santa Fe, Karen Marrolli’s Twilight Songs EP is touched with elements of americana and Irish folk.
Anna Pena’s cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘Style’ captures the same inner groove found on the original, but here the song is delivered more delicately with care and attention given to her softer vocal delivery.
A flawed piece of pop “Band aids don’t fix bullet holes” Just like guest rappers
Electronica wizards Armada Named Sound come out with their audio guns blazing on their “retrofuture sonic attack”, Starchildren.
Spiking and growling, ‘Nothing To Fear’ is an energy filled three minutes of rock that is ready made to spin your wheels.