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 Black Bones – Mystic Arts 002 – Mystic Arts Is dance music in reverse? You can’t help but get that feeling with increasing regularity, although when something is as powerful as Find The Frequency let’s sidestep the suggestion for a while. Playing as the follow-up to the label’s brilliant debut from Calibre…

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  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature Freerange Records is about to launch its City to City series of EP’s that shine a light on cities around the world. They kick off with Johannesburg and feature six different artists from the South African, City of Gold. Our guest interviewer gets the chance to talk to rising star KaySoul,…

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  • Greg Fenton review Melchior Productions Ltd – The Thomas Stieler Edits – MY KING IS LIGHT This series of edits by Thomas Stieler are driven by a force of nature. Opening with the Spiritual Ways Edit of In The Spirit the primacy of the pounding drums is the thing commanding the landscape at first, then…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Joram Feitsma – Binne All of the words you think of to describe the experience of music come crashing into your head when listening to this new album by Joram Feitsma. Continuing the theme of meaningful discourse sounds and atmospheres are delved into with typical depth across each of the pieces. Often…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Echoes Of Spain I love this rich series of albums that Cherry Red and friends do so well. In part because of the wealth of music I get introduced to through the experience, especially when it comes to vintage music I’m not always familiar with. But also because it lets my mind…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Afterlife – Timbuktu – Subatomic UK Timbuktu scrambles the impulsive aural intensity of the modern world twisting the signs into meaningful discourse by charging headfirst into the face of adversity. Propelled by an endless stream of tantalising electronic waveforms questions about meaning arise throughout the journey just like they do by watching…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Doubtingthomas – Clockwork – Suleiman Records The music on Clockwork is about the rhythm of movement amidst the creative molecules surrounding and exciting the process. Starting with Stop for a Minute exploring that concept with clever interplay between melodic keys and percussion twirling around the grooves. The title track comes next feeling…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Made By Pete – Fires – Crosstown Rebels Fires is an incredibly stunning creation combining the dark heart of soul with grainy electronic, incendiary thinking. At various points, it feels like each note has been carefully crafted for maximum effect teasing out every drop of possibility. You can hear it as the…

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  • Greg Fenton reviews Tommy Veanud – All Or Nothing – Hathōr Imagine you have one hundred new pieces of music to listen through in one go. I wonder what it is that primarily catches your ear in that process. For me, I’m not always interested after all this time (35 years of reviewing music) in…

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