Tag Archives: Electronica

Interview: Murat Ertel – Baba Zula (January 2017)

Interview: Murat Ertel – Baba Zula (January 2017)

If there’s a genre-defying band par excellence, it has to be Baba Zula. Throughout its 20-year story, celebrated this year with XX (double-CD released by Glitterbeat that we recently reviewed), the Istanbul-based project has introduced its audience to an entirely new perspective of Turkish music. Today, its hypnotic blend of traditional,...
Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.31 – DJ Khalab

Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.31 – DJ Khalab

DJ Khalab brings you to Burkina Faso with a brand new mix saturated with loops, trance and transcendence. The Italian DJ jazzed up the rich Western African country’s tradition with sonorous colour; boosting the psychedelic character of his musical journey. View DJ Khalab bio here Track List: Louo (The Farmer, Bwaba)...
Review: Bostich + Fussible (Rich Mix, 10th February 2017)

Review: Bostich + Fussible (Rich Mix, 10th February 2017)

There are people who want to build walls and others who aim to tear them down, both metaphorical and physical. Maybe it wasn’t meant to evoke any parallelism, but it’s inevitable to find a connection between what is going to be built on the US/Mexican border and the final moments...
Interview: Sinkane (February 2017)

Interview: Sinkane (February 2017)

There is this trademark groovy, danceable, lightness to Sinkane’s songs that make them either deeply political music, in the same vein as Fela Kuti for example, or the music of a Mozart of our times, a bourgeois genius producing songs that amaze those who are both refined and style savvy....
Interview: Soom T (November 2016)

Interview: Soom T (November 2016)

Highlight of the 2016 edition of the London International Arts Festival (LIAF), and one of the most popular and expressive MCs of the UK music scene, Soom T recently brought her urban sound, provocative lyrics, resolute character and Indian background to London’s Rich Mix, for an incendiary gig. We had...
Preview: Sónar Reykjavík [Reykjavík, Iceland – 16th to 18th February]

Preview: Sónar Reykjavík [Reykjavík, Iceland – 16th to 18th February]

Born in 1994 in Barcelona, Sónar is the ‘International Festival of Advanced Music and Congress of Technology and Creativity’, an internationally renowned festival leader in the electronic music landscape. In the last decade, it has stretched out its arms to a number of cities all over the world, organizing events...
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