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‘Back For More’ Stoneface & Terminal’s Gundamea Serve Their Next For EDCT

EDCT releases ‘I’m Running’, ‘Landungsbrüken’ & ‘Upside Down’ have sent some sizable waves across the label pond of late, with Gundamea’s material outlining the imprint’s ‘tone & feel over genre’ A&R approach. Gundamea ‘Back For More’ cover Illustrating former Flashover Recordings lynchpin Celwin Frenzen’s label vision further this month, Gundamea (aka German duo Stoneface & Terminal) return, […]

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Sometimes they come back… Electronic Architecture is BACK!

It’s been seven years – and some long ones at that – since Solarstone last designed and constructed an ‘Electronic Architecture’. While ‘EAs’ 1 thru ‘3′ maintained a regular release pulse, with each year that followed 2014, the series’ absence has been felt evermore acutely. Whilst never down to one factor, Pure Trance’s capturing of […]

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VII Records Presents… John Askew – Dusk Till Dawn

The gateway to May sees VII turn loose ‘Dusk Till Dawn’ – the label’s hotly anticipated fourth double disc music comp.  Mixed & compiled by respected trance pioneer and VII label boss John Askew, the album provides a brilliant expo of his bilingual approach to the genre. The Dusk disc underscores his mastery of tougher, techier sounds, […]

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Scorchin Sessions Vol. 1 mixed By Super8 & Tab

New labels are conceived for any numbers of reasons, some distinct and others less so. From showcasing a new sound or A&R approach to the artist taking control of their own music, every one has its own end. Cover Scorchin’ Sessions Vol. 1 Coming into being in order to expose just some of the new, […]

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Roger Shah presents the first Jukebox 80s album – ‘Nightride’

The last ten months have seen many artists pivot, experiment, branch out and generally direct their attentions to other musical areas. To group the latest longplayer from Roger Shah in that though would be to overlook a musician who already album-moves out of ‘his lane’ one year in every two.  Whether it’s through neo-classical soundtracks […]

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