Tag: Ricardo Villalobos

  • A Mountain of One – Ricardo Villalobos reimagines: Stars Planets Dust Me – Vicious Charm Recordings

    A Mountain of One – Ricardo Villalobos reimagines: Stars Planets Dust Me – Vicious Charm Recordings

    Listening back to this album from the dawn of summer 2022 feels like the antidote to the murky grey gathering outside as autumn asserts its cold presence. Full of life affirming sounds and songs singing praises most notably on the piano coloured melodies of Black Apple Pink Apple and in particular the cool illumination of…

  • Ricardo Villalobos Samuel Rohrer – Microgestures – Arjunamusic Records

    Collaborating between the words fervent, experimental and funk comes this expression of sheer intoxication speaking an impulsive electronic language much more readily than it does of anything resembling the values of traditional music. Yet by the time Helix 7 reaches midpoint, circa five minutes, you are intimately involved with its burst of defiant energy, offset…

  • ON IN OUT – Advanced Public Listening Records

    This begins a journey into the spaces occupying the margins between music and emotion. Advanced Public Listening Records has been conceived by industry stalwart Miho Mepo while eloquently redefining good taste in sound and the lost art of musical exploration. Spanning four discs of vinyl the compilation is a tastefully realised concept celebrating the power…

  • Jay Duncan ft. Ben Vince – In Limbo – Phantasy Sound

    I also love music that speaks its own mind. Not caring too much about the sensitivities of trends or the front cover of shiny magazines. This ticks a hundred boxes for me with its collaboration between DJ/ Producer Jay Duncan and saxophonist Ben Vince charting uneasy, unnerving territory via a defiant whir of electrifying, electrical…

  • Sasse – Soul Sounds – Raum Musik

    Any excuse to hear Sasse’s gem from back in 2012 has to be applauded. Although, the reason is still so blindingly obvious: It’s a masterclass in reach for the stars ecstasy. The drums are tight, the syncopated bass drives into ecstatic release, while those keys only heighten the expectant tension. That’s just one reason of…

  • Andrea Ferlin Q&A

    Hello and welcome along to Magazine Sixty, Andrea. Let’s begin with your brilliant new release for SLEEP IS COMMERCIAL – Flux E.P. which comprises of two productions. Can you talk us through how you produced the epic 11:49 minutes of Th. From where the initial idea came from to how that was then realised in…