Posts By Shawn Reynaldo

Deradoorian: Find the Sun

Angel Deradoorian’s second LP is darker, less polished, and openly meditative. Even in its most psychedelic moments, the fuzzy aesthetic gives her music an earthy, grounded feel.

Galcher Lustwerk: Proof

On a companion EP to last year’s Information, the New York house producer continues to experiment with new styles, but the prevailing mood is one of late-night weariness.

Helena Hauff: Kern Vol. 5

In a mix for Berlin nightclub Tresor’s mix series, the Hamburg DJ doles out more than two hours of industrial-tinged techno and electro, all delivered with her typically punishing panache.

Pinch: Reality Tunnels

Thirteen years after his debut album helped open up new possibilities for UK bass music, the Bristol fixture returns with an LP meant to probe the various corners of his musical universe.

upsammy: Zoom

Invoking the playful spirit of classic IDM, the Dutch producer’s debut full-length is an ode to reveling in the beauty of life’s tiniest details.

Nathan Micay: The World I’m Going to Hell For

The Berlin-based producer swaps his habitually trance-fueled club anthems for an unusual fusion of filmic chamber strings and emotive bass music.

Josey Rebelle: Josey in Space

Connecting disparate styles, eras, and moods, the London DJ’s mix tells a story of black dance music from both sides of the Atlantic, an ongoing dialogue that transcends genres and borders.

Roza Terenzi: Modern Bliss

Playing spacey techno sounds off breakbeats and inventive percussion, the Australian producer’s debut album has a psychedelic undercurrent that’s more Burning Man than Berghain.