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  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With Barac

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With Barac

    Greg Fenton reviews Barac – Hypnotic Grayscale EP – Yecad Barac’s deep dive into pace, movement, and esoteric atmospheres rewards in equal measure. Driven by a punchy tempo and various offset keys, sounds, and notes the rhythm section is soon joined by the hypnotic pulse of splashing snares and quick-fire percussion resulting in ten-plus minutes…

  • Magazine Sixty Interview with Kered (Loot Recordings)

    Magazine Sixty Interview with Kered (Loot Recordings)

    Magazine Sixty Interview with Kered (Loot Recordings). Greg Fenton talks to the DJ, Producer, and owner of Loot Recordings as they celebrate ten years as a label. Read Kered’s considered thoughts on the culture of music here. Welcome to Magazine Sixty, Kered. Let’s start at the start. Before getting into dance music can you tell…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With Finn Rees

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With Finn Rees

    Greg Fenton reviews Finn Rees – Dawn Is A Melody – Mr Bongo Sounding like falling into grace Finn Rees plays like tomorrow is a forever shining possibility. The players accompanying him throughout the album deftly add time and space defining each piece as an enticing listen while you experience all the joys of being…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With Kenneth James Gibson & Paul Carman

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With Kenneth James Gibson & Paul Carman

    Greg Fenton reviews Kenneth James Gibson & Paul Carman – Murals For Immersion – Cassauna Murals For Immersion sounds like an announcement. Spoken in a bruising fashion the music builds anticipation and then rests while you react to what’s been said. This collaboration between Kenneth James Gibson and Paul Carman is exquisite, yet tense and…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With Warriors of the Dystotheque

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With Warriors of the Dystotheque

    Greg Fenton reviews Warriors of the Dystotheque – A Good Morning & Telepathic Tacos – Disappear (DSPPR) This is great. Not least of all because of the superbly played double bass as its strings intertwine with probing guitar and horns and sparkling drums warming up the heart and elevating the imagination. Flying free alongside the…

  • Sebastian Vaughan (Wave Arising) Interview

    Sebastian Vaughan (Wave Arising) Interview

    Welcome to Magazine Sixty, Sebastian. Tell us about your first introduction to electronic / dance music, and can you remember any specific records to accompany the experience? Has that formative excitement ever waned? Hi, before I start thanks to you and Sixty Magazine for the opportunity tocommunicate. I began making music as a drummer, so…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With PC Nackt

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With PC Nackt

    Greg Fenton reviews PC Nackt – Angabe Der Person – Naked Records I have long been fascinated by the language exchanged between actors, visual cues, and the musical soundtracking of that expression. PC Nackt’s haunting interpretation of Elfriede Jelinek’s play, Angabe Der Person strikes a chord with all of the inner turmoil playing out in…

  • Magazine Sixty Music review with Manuel Tur

    Magazine Sixty Music review with Manuel Tur

    Greg Fenton reviews Manuel Tur – Intertextural – Spaced Repetitions Full of intentional surprises this brilliantly exciting album from Manuel Tur sounds like a homage to the fever of nightfall amidst unknown situations and tempting propositions. It sounds excellent too, defined with a wealth of lounge possibilities reclining into laidback positions amid the breadth of…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review With Shcaa

    Magazine Sixty Music Review With Shcaa

    Greg Fenton reviews Shcaa – Neptune EP – Placidum Dancing with an uneasy grace Shcaa’s ultra-intense production, executing the extremely comprehensive title, Her Conscious Drift To Neptune’s Frozen Reliefs combines sinister cool alongside simmering electrical chaos, yet somehow remains rather beautiful communicating a sense of the world surrounding us at this point. The brilliant bass…