Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #2 & Album Review: K.L.O. (Kursa, Lone Drum, & Osmetic) – Acid Scratch [Colony Productions]
Album Review / Bass / Electronic / Glitch / Hip-Hop (Instrumental)

Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #2 & Album Review: K.L.O. (Kursa, Lone Drum, & Osmetic) – Acid Scratch [Colony Productions]

by Kyle Taylor | If you have a set of ears that just demands the most peculiar of beats and contorted of sounds, then allow Kursa, Lone Drum, and Osmetic to deliver the goods. Coming together for the new album Acid Scratch under the title K.L.O. the trio is quite punctually bringing a new standard to the world of twisted bass noise. It … Continue reading

Album Review: Radical Face – The Family Tree: The Leaves
Album Review / Alternative/Indie / Music / Rock

Album Review: Radical Face – The Family Tree: The Leaves

by Kyle Taylor | Stuck in the majestic momentum of spring time, it is difficult to not turn our ears to something a little more easing. There is something about the lush subtleties and vibrant doses of sunshine this time of year that simply sets our hearts a flutter. Having developed a profound career of exemplary … Continue reading

Album Review: Emancipator – Seven Seas [Loci Records]
Album Review / Downtempo/Minimal / Electronic / Hip-Hop (Instrumental)

Album Review: Emancipator – Seven Seas [Loci Records]

by Kyle Taylor | There is simply nothing more welcoming to the ears than a new Emancipator record. Slathered with organic rhythms and dripping with fusion atmospheres, Doug Appling’s (Emancipator) newest creation is once again a freely majestic pilgrimage into the depths of worldly sound. Seven Seas could not be a more appropriate name, as the album could easily fit … Continue reading

Album Review: Ganja White Night – Hybrid Distillery
Bass / Dubstep/Drumstep / Trap

Album Review: Ganja White Night – Hybrid Distillery

by Kyle Taylor | Dubstep has truly grown roots worldwide. From its beginnings in the UK, the genre has slowly branched out all across Europe, breaching North America, Australia, and numerous lands in between. As a result, artists have begun to emerge in every which place. The outcome has been a widespread palette of perspectives on the genre … Continue reading

Album Review: Nero – Between II Worlds
Bass / Drum & Bass / Dubstep/Drumstep / Electro House / Trap

Album Review: Nero – Between II Worlds

by Kyle Taylor | It has been four years since the release of Nero‘s debut album, Welcome Reality, in the fall of 2011. That doesn’t necessarily seem too long at first glance, but in the world of electronic music it seems near an eternity. With producers putting out new singles, remixes, and various other quick treasures for … Continue reading

Album Review: Figure – Gravity | FREE DL
Album Review / Bass / Drum & Bass / Dubstep/Drumstep / Electro House / Hip-Hop/Rap

Album Review: Figure – Gravity | FREE DL

by Kyle Taylor | For the first time since 2011, Figure is foregoing a new release in his Monsters (a.k.a. Monsters of Drumstep) album series. Now five volumes deep into the collection, Figure stated earlier this year that he wanted to let his music spill out in a few different directions for his new album release. It’s honestly quite difficult to … Continue reading