Review: Various Artists – ARG 104 (Alumni Records Glasgow) // House

Alumni Records returns with their latest EP featuring four tracks from DJ Oakland, Lifecoach, Drew Miller and Meraki. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight takes a listen to a quartet of delectable cuts ranging from electronica to house.

Review: Petrichor – Narisshu (EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE)

With its imminent release on Sept 27th, long time Soma associate Petrichor continues apace with his second long player, Narisshu. The Waveform Transmitter‘s intrepid beat hound, Simon Huxtable, spent some time listening and was pleasantly surprised by the results.

Waveform 059: Fragile X

The 59th addition to our mix series comes from Bricolage top-dog Fragile X, who drops in with a varied mix exploring a wide range of genres. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight takes time out to chat to the producer and DJ about the label.

Waveform 052: Fear-E

This week, we are joined by Dixon Avenue Basement Jams’ favourite, Fear-E, who weighs in with a heady mix that spans a glut of genres. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight presents a mix that is packed with exclusive, unreleased tackle.

Editor Selects

Plenty to chew on this week as The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight presents another of his Editor Selects column, featuring singles and EPs from Dead Pop Stars, Almaty International, Cosmo Vitelli, and album of the week comes from Carl Craig.

Waveform 045: Dyspal

Following hot on the heels of their Broken Lullaby EP over at Skryptöm, fledgling French act, Dyspal, contribute the 45th edition of our exclusive mix series. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight presents a thorough techno workout.

Editor Selects

The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight rounds up his favourite releases from the past week-and-a-bit, featuring Shall Ocin, Empty Orchestra, and India Jordan on singles/EP duty, and Paula Temple with album of the week.

Feature: These Are The Breaks – A Short History of the Breaks Genre

Breakbeats have been synonymous with dance music since its inception. Regarded as a minor scene now, breaks were, for many clubbers, the pinnacle of the dance floor explosion of the 90s. The Waveform Transmitter’s Simon Huxtable outlines a little of the scenes illustrious history.