Category: CD Reviews

Dither – Urei


"Urei" is the fifth CD, and third studio album for Dither, a french musician coming from the Noise Museum / Alice in Wonder family. If "Apogee", the only other album from Dither that I know, was pleasant but had left me with the feeling that it could have been better, "Urei" shows a real progress. […]

Beefcake – Hote EP


The German experimental Electronica duo Beefcake are back with this new EP entitled "Hôte". The EP contains four new original songs (entitled "Hôte 1", "Hôte 2" and so on) and one remix version of each one of them, made by Displacer, Electronicat, Dither and Venetian Snares. There is also one bonus remix track by Zoviet […]

Displacer – Moon_Phase


From Toronto, Canada, signed to the French electronic label M-tronic, home to such artists such as Mlada Fronta and Dither, Displacer delivers intelligent, dark melodies, full of rich soundscapes and enchanting electronics. The softer tracks remind me of Boards of Canada but let’s leave it at that, because there is so much else here. Some […]

Foetus – Love


Mr Thirlwell is back with a new, quite painful release. Most industrial purists disagree with his enthronement in their cold, heavy pantheon but most of these guys never heard of  Monte Cazazza. Glad I got that out of my system.Back to the record. Considering  myself an industrial purist and a great fan of his work […]

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