IDM

  • H2SO4 – “Fixated” throws all sorts of aural thunder in your way

    Since reuniting making a return to form comeback, the alternative-electronic collective that blends techno, house, darkwave, industrial and rock, H2SO4 have been dropping a strings of single releases. Each one more aggressively impacting than the previous. Such is the case with “Fixated”. It’s loud and abrasive. It challenges you,...
  • William Jacobs: “Vapour Trail” – an acute sense of craftsmanship!

    Born in 2002 in Lincolnshire, England, it took now 16 year old producer, William Jacobs, until summer of 2016 to begin composing his own music, leaving behind his past hobby of covering music from video games. With singing being utterly out of the question, he soon began work on...
  • Z Quest: “Driveby” – propelled into an otherworldly electronic symphony

     Z Quest are about to launch their second album “0|1”, featuring 7 new instrumental tracks, composed and recorded by the duo consisting of Adir Benezra and Galor Taite at “Space shack studio”, over the past year. As time moves on and people change, so do the trends of the...
  • Delta Station: “An Unexpected Turn of Events” – an aural delight

    The little 14 year old Australian genius who goes by the moniker of Delta Station, has a new album out. And, somewhat predictably, it’s another utter and perfect treat. Before you listen to Delta Station’s latest album you really should leave all preconceptions at the door. Despite the connotations of the album’s title,...
  • MoEoStAr: “Algorythmic Intelligence” – some sort of bio-mechanical harmony

    Norwegian Independent producer Mattias Gillis Winge Rudh better known as MoEoStAr, played the clarinet and saxophone in various bands while growing up. He started producing in the 1990s, but gave it up while pursuing an engineering degree. For a period in his life, he was simply an active music...
  • Norunoua: “Chrysalis” – absolute perfection!

    Mannie Cutean started the experimental project ‘Norunoua’ from the suburbs of Detroit. As a live set started to evolve with an APC and a Maschine, Steve Cotton a longtime friend from grade school, joined in on synth guitar to make the live show more versatile. This synergy has eventually...
  • Erwin Bauwens: “Nathalie Collova Latinas World” is his most accessible track yet!

    IDM or intelligent dance music – when broadly defined as music derived from modern technology – ages about as well as any other specimen of the computer industry. What sounded fresh and futuristic five years ago now strikes jaded ears as tone-dated and often quaint, obsolete by the rampant...