Our favourite antipodean producer, Kristin Velvet, returns with another standout double header on Cassy’s Kwench imprint; High Ache/No Worries. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight takes a listen to an excellent release. Continue reading “Review: Kristin Velvet – High Ache/No Worries”
Liverpool’s Athe heads up what looks to be a killer party over at Factory Kitchen, with the brilliant Tryphème behind the decks. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight takes a look at a party with a positive message. Continue reading “Event: Trypheme – A Party With Athe”
Léa Ben Saïd’s Making Waves is back with a contribution from London-based italo disco queen Rachael. She dug deep into her collection for this one, managing to create a unique atmosphere similar to her Il Telefono parties in London, seducing music lovers across the board.
Continue reading “Mix: Making Waves #6 – Rachael”
The 34th edition of our exclusive mix series comes from the genre-bending Stefanie Chew, who explores multiple styles in her contribution. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight talks to Stefanie about switching from Logic to Ableton, compelling remix opportunities, and Piknic Electronik. Continue reading “Mix: Waveform 034 – Stef Chew”
One for the househeads here as Junior Jack delivers our latest Waveform Mix, following the recent release of the remixed E Samba on the excellent Kittball Records. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight presents. Continue reading “Mix: Waveform 033 – Junior Jack”
As Posthuman prepare to release their first album in eight years, Mutant City Acid, The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight takes a listen to a long player loaded with post-apocalyptic cultural references, and offers a first play of their track Shellworld Industries. Continue reading “Album Review: Posthuman – Mutant City Acid (Exclusive Track Premiere)”
Mark Archer and Shadow Child join forces as MASC to deliver a killer four-track EP; Non Stop, released via Super Rhythm Trax, with a re-rub by Jerome Hill. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight takes a listen to the result of a highly successful collaboration. Continue reading “Review: Mark Archer and Shadow Child – Non Stop”