Magazine Sixty

Music reviews and artist interviews


Magazine Sixty brings you reviews and interviews with some of the worlds leading independent artists. Discover excitng new electronic music, revisit seminal classics and hear from the people behind the sounds.

  • Greg Fenton reviews Nutty Nys – Natural (Retake) (Charles Webster Remixes) – Stay True Sounds Outstanding work from Charles Webster once again by fine-tuning this beautiful vocal delivery perfectly. It’s found in the wash of harmonies, simmering percussion, and imaginative arrangement of soulful sounds that all at once warm the heart, and ignite the mind.…

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  • Magazine Sixty talks to DJ and producer Katerina about running labels Émotsiya / Kotarak, KULT Helsinki, and music production. Welcome to Magazine Sixty, Katerina. It was a pleasure to review your new single, One EP for Rekids. I love the way the melodies intertwine with the contrasting, tougher drums and keys. Can you talk us…

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  • By our guest interviewer. Parisian by birth. DJ, producer, and innovator Franck Roger’s career stretches way back to the 90s, and he’s been bumping about the scene via his uniquely soulful, deep house flavours ever since. With a slew of brilliant releases under his belt on home label Real Tone Records, and countless remixes for…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Cellar – Blue Tenderness – Cellaroot It’s the sense of freedom unleashed via an almost intuitive, interactive propulsion of rhythm, reduced harmony, and the forward-thinking yet almost contradictory pulse of analogue, modular machines that make this all feel so engaging. That and the fact in no way can you predict what will…

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  • Presented by our guest interviewer. Lea Lisa has been playing on the French and European deep house underground scenes for well over 20 years now. A highly competent DJ and serious selector, with a wealth of knowledge and an expansive collection of wax. Having released music on Phonica and Wolf Music, Lea parks her production…

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  • From our guest interviewer. Australian artist Templé, real name Ben Smith, is about to drop his ‘Who You Are EP’ on his home label Templé Musiq. The EP has a remix by the king of nu-disco, Prins Thomas, but these two are not strangers, as Ben has previously released on the revered Internasjonal. Ben DJ’s…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Moving Away From The Pulsebeat – Post-Punk Britain 1978-1981 – Cherry Red Records Shall we discuss Post-Punk again? Maybe not beyond sounding like it was dreamt up as one of those catch-all titles, though lacking the necessary breadth to fit the great divide between its wild diversity of styles. In reality, the…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews DJ Counselling – Alt-Mobeat As an artist channeling all that you are into music must prove to be a fearsome trial at times, however, the consequent rewards of such honest, heartfelt expression mean we get to rejoice in its repercussions as light shines brightly at the end of the tunnel. DJ Counselling’s…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews M4LA – Hoult EP – Beyonders Music It sounds like people are singing again. And not over the tired, old regurgitated disco of the past but in new, contemporary ways pointing music in the correct direction. Happy days. Nick Grimes (Gr1mes) seasoned voice spills tastefully across the delicate piano and over the…

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