Posts by Sin


The first listen to Miwon’s third and newest album, Jigsawtooth, will have you lulled into a soothing velvety panorama of electronic majesty. You will thank us for giving you the heads up on this timeless release! From the slow burner opening track Fuzzy Words, straight into the Boards of Canadesque Caharezza, right through to the final song; the minimal and mesmerising Centrifuge (bonus track), Jigsawtooth boasts a pristine and...

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A few years ago now, Yes Ma’am received a submission from two very young lads out of Brighton (UK) called Sweetmates. We were completely hooked on their vibrant disco inspired house tunes and have been spinning their stuff on Bondi Radio ever since. Perhaps it’s Sam’s unique vocals with heavy accent jumping all around his bouncey guitar riffs, or its the solid bed of beats and house vibes by Dec driving every...

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Ten points to PALAIS for having the creative conviction to genre hop on his new EP “Apolis”. In a global music scene that insists on electronic artists releasing music in one genre, or otherwise using a pseudonym, the young Perth producer proves to our ears that diversity is a pleasure. I, for one, love so many genres and sub genres that PALAIS’ ability to meld hip hop, house, and electronica so smoothly is...

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The sensual and delicate opening track “To Flowers” sets the melancholic mood for Jacaszek’s latest long player masterpiece. The Polish soundscape artist and composer fuses two very different talents in beautiful new album KWIATY. Just to add an extra depth to an already layered body of music, Jacaszek adopts a highly unusual artistic reference.  Jacaszek’s discovery of an English anthology of 17th century...

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Lusine has dazzled us with new album Sensorimotor. Conquering the divides between electronic pop music, techno and ambient meanderings, your ears will drift on the album’s sea of emotive ebbs and flows. Sensorimotor is clever, varied and bold. The Texas-raised/Seattle-based producer’s arrangements are constructed with deliberation and the collaborations with vocalists are dashing. Lusine’s influences are timeless...

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