REVIEWS

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R-Zone – R-Zone 06

In a recent Mosca review, White Noise questioned how much enjoyment of music relates to our faith in an artist’s name rather than the sound itself. If a fav... >>
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Tessela – Nancy’s Pantry

With the release of this year’s Hackney Parrot, Ed Russell’s Tessela alias went from intriguing newcomer to blazing star in the space of a single release. The s... >>
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The Field – Cupid’s Head

How far can formula take you? While some artists rejoice in reinvention, many others hit on a successful pattern and are content to rehash the sound long past i... >>
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Mosca – A Thousand Years Wait

What’s in a name? It makes perfect sense that listeners will follow the music of artists they like, but this dedication to a name is not without its pitfalls.... >>
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Palms Trax – Equation

2013 has already proved itself a vintage year for house music, with new artists and labels popping up almost every week. The sheer volume of new music may all... >>
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Jessy Lanza – Pull My Hair Back

Of all the forward-thinking dance labels, Kode9’s Hyperdub is one of the few which seems actively concerned with pushing new female talent. Laurel Halo, I... >>
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Machinedrum – Vapor City

If Travis Stewart is one thing, he’s prolific. A veteran of the New York and Berlin scenes, Stewart’s stream of strong releases is matched only by his collabo... >>
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KMFH – The Boat Party

Within the context of Detroit’s storied house and techno lineage, which has spawned countless greats from Theo Parrish and Moodymann to Omar S and Carl Craig, c... >>