Trance

  • Chet Faker — Melt feat. Kilo Kish

    By Iain on August 23, 2013
    Vibes. For. Days. When a rising Austrailian electronic RNB star teams up with Brooklyn’s mellowest hip hop princess, you just know you’re in for something tasty. No diggity. ‘Melt’, the newest track from 2012 Australian Independent Records Award-winner Chet Faker, brings only the most laid-back of vibes. With minor synth fuzz, melancholy vocal overdubs, and a beat that plays with […]
  • NVO – Solar Tide [EP Review]

    By Iain on July 2, 2013
    Space-cadet fourtet and live-electro crew NVO has a seductively extraterrestrial sound that sounds like a supercomputer jam in orbit. But this time around, their sound is a little heavier. This time, it’s all about one thing. It’s about those 100 hertz for the loose fillings in the back of your mouth, that little something to give your subs a kick […]
  • So Much Love to Give – Valentines Day Mixes

    By Various on February 14, 2013
    Today is a day of giving.  No, it’s not Thanksgiving and no it’s not Christmas.  It’s Cupid’s special day that only comes once a year on the 14th of the beautiful month of February, which can bring the most shy of lovers together or the most rambunctious partners side by side.  It’s that day of candy, chocolate and teddy bears; […]
  • Top 6 Boiler Room Sets

    By Phil on January 3, 2013
    2012 was a huge year for Boiler Room! Aside from Pete Tong and his Essential Mix show, I would cite Boiler Room as one of the most important tastemakers in electronic music. They pull the most important legends and the most innovative newcomers – and this list highlights the best of the best. With the enormous volume of these sets […]
  • Sven Vath @ Boiler Room Berlin

    By Phil on December 19, 2012
    It seems like everyone has a ‘must-watch’ Boiler Room set this year. No surprise really – the crew has excellent taste. From Disclosure to Daedelus to Apparat, pretty much everyone that came on the show played an unforgettable set. There were a ton of great tunes to hear, techniques to watch, and lessons to be learned, and arguably the most […]