Somewhere between house music and avant-garde electronica, Silicone Soul have found their calling. In a recent interview, the group discussed their history and shed some light on their current musical direction. The duo, made up of Craig Morrison and Graeme Reedie, spoke of their beginnings in Glasgow, their first big break and their international […]
Anton Sword has the upcoming release of their new EP: Here In The Hurricane, due out May 1ST. With an almost reluctant acceptance of the way time can change us, Anton Sword moves us through five unique songs, noting new beginnings, the inevitable improvisation of life, and the ease of losing ourselves in our own […]
Radikal Announces the US Release of one of 2011′s favorite underground records, “Anthem” from Ruff Loaderz & The Hayman. Ruff Loaderz is the electronic music project of Julian Napolitano. Formally one part of the commercial house duo, The Soulseekerz, Napolitano has released a string of successful remixes, collaborating with Basement Jaxx, Orbital, Moloko, and Ne-Yo. […]
Vancouver BC, Feb 12th 2012 After storming the scene with ‘High and Dry’ and ‘Shaken Not Stirred’ which got great reviews from DJMag and tons of other dance music lovers around the World, DJ Mikas and DJ Sage finally releasetheir long awaited debut on Black Hole Recordings, the label founded by international icon Tiësto.
Hectic Zeniths is the work of bedroom producer and multi-instrumentalist Adam Morgan Prince. Nearly three years in the making, the densely layered project builds around original piano compositions with an atmospheric collage of chopped and pitched dollar-bin vinyl samples, live instrumentation, synths, and haunting vocals. Featuring violinist Patrick Bailey, guitarist Dave Cohen, and The Yetti […]
The Sexy House Vibes Podcast is released every 15th and last day of a month and presents the best in House, Tech House and Progressive. Host and Deejay of the Podcast is the talented German Martin Teik. He has the aim to bring you only the sexiest tracks in electronic music and to bring people […]
Through rarefied air The Drake Equation was devised by Dr Frank Drake in 1960, in an attempt to estimate the number of extraterrestrial civilizations in our galaxy that we are likely to come in contact with. The equation should allow scientists to quantify the uncertainty of the factors which determine the number of potential extraterrestrial […]