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MANOID. by Krystian Gotowicki
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The Search For A Positive Truth: An Interview With MANOID

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

Every so often a record comes along which makes you stop what you are doing, prick up your ears, and pay rapt attention. One such album is the thoroughly excellent Truth by fast rising Polish producer MANOID. Out now on the always fresh Hafendisko imprint, Truth is a record which only needs a few moments to convince you that you and it are going to be good friends. By JOHN BITTLES

Tin Man
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Tin Man Techno Tracks

Music | Tin Man: ›Ode‹

Statt mal wieder im ›Tractatus‹ von Ludwig Wittgenstein zu lesen, ist TINA KAROLINA STAUNER wie gelegentlich auf Forschung nach Neuem in der Technolandschaft. Auf der Suche nach wahrnehmbaren Veränderungen im Sounddesign von Detroit-Techno und artverwandten Genres und auffälligen Themen und Melodien im technoiden und hypnoiden Elektroniksound, der auch außerhalb der Club-Szene rezipiert und reflektiert werden kann.

BitMag: Space - Magic Fly
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You Disco I Freak: New Single Reviews

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

In the second part of our two week 12” extravaganza we have all sorts of electronic goodness sure to stir the loins. There are the shiver-inducing grooves of Ghost Vision, Soela and Demuja, the progressive house wallop of Bicep, the leftfield techno of I:Cube, the classic funk of Space, a four track comp of house freshness from the Shall Not Fade crew and tons more. By JOHN BITTLES

Peggy Gou - Once
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In Praise Of Minor Forms: New Single Reviews

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

This week, and the next, I shall be ignoring the fact that it is Record Store Day to bring you a selection of the finest 12-inch records known to man. In part one alone we have the lush house grooves of Peggy Gou, Ross From Friends and LK, the rich electronica of Francis Harris and Darren Nye, the noisy funk of Rex The Dog, the sample heavy grooves of Bassically, and lots more. By JOHN BITTLES

The Blow - Brand new abyss
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Chemistry Lessons And BrainFogs: New Album Reviews

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

With the dreaded Record Store Day just around the corner, I would suggest visiting your local vinyl emporium before it gets swamped by a terrifying mixture of Rolling Stones re-issues and Discogs abusing culture vultures. To help you on your way, this week I’ll be reviewing some of the fantastic new albums which have been been gleefully stimulating the pleasure receptors of my mind. We have swoon-inducing electronica from Chris Carter and Steven Rutter, the warm house tones of Will Saul and Booka Shade, the lush Balearica of E Ruscha V, and lots more. By JOHN BITTLES

Swayzak
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Lost Tapes and Lush House Grooves: An Interview With Swayzak

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

Twenty years is a long time in dance music. Just ask all those ’next big things‘ who took a tumble, got lost in a cloud of coke, or found themselves forgotten and discarded by the world at large. To stay relevant in an ever shifting and competitive environment is no mean feat. Yet, over the last two decades, David Brown’s Swayzak project has made this achievement seem as easy as enraging a Daily Mail reader. By JOHN BITTLES

Funkadelic Reworked
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Towards A Dubb Everlasting: New Album Reviews

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

As I write this I have cocooned myself in a semi-professionally built pillow fort which I am hoping will withstand the coming winter months and keep me protected and warm. Right now the outside world seems so hideous that hibernating for as long as humanly possible seems like an excellent idea. Therefore, for the next few months I shall be hibernating with nothing but my loved one, a bumper packet of M&Ms and a batch of great music to keep me company. By JOHN BITTLES

Roman Flügel
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Are You Anywhere: New Album Reviews

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

After a short break, during which I twiddled my thumbs, baked cakes and listened to nothing but the sound of silence, I’m back with some great new albums to meet all your listening needs. Unless you have been eagerly awaiting the new Cliff Richard record there is bound to be something for you here. By JOHN BITTLES

Fabric 93
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Weaving Genres, And Roughing Up Beats: New Album Review

Music | Bittles’ Magazine: The music column from the end of the world

Is it just me, or was Record Store Day 2017 a tiny bit crap? The last time I was surrounded by that amount of middle-aged, balding men, reeking of sweat, I had walked into a strip-club by mistake. So, rather than relive the horrors of that day, I will dispense with the waffle and dive straight into the reviews. By JOHN BITTLES

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