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“Pardon me, boy. Is that the Chattanooga choo choo? Track twenty-nine. Boy, you can gimme a shine” (Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, “Chattanooga Choo Choo”, 1941) Capítulo 18: “Pelusas de Chattanooga”

“Sorcerer, show me the high life Come over, let me put you on ice” (Marilyn Martin, “Sorcerer”, 1984) Capítulo 17: “Sonic, magos y semidioses”

Mirror Signal – One Day (Pegdoll promo) Thundercat – Lone Wolf & Cub (Brainfeeder) Mast – Mother Earth Yields to NoMan(n)(d) (Alpha Pup) Vaghe Stelle – Multiple Concentric Hexagons (Other People) Amon Tobin – In Your Own Time (Ninja Tune) Double Helix feat. Ragga Twins -Street Wise (Keysound) Slakk – Bells (R&S promo) Cy Gorman […]

This week we return to the constantly shifting frontiers of bass and grime as we feature a heavy contingent of UK artists, but also plenty more from further afield, especially the USA. Stylistically we also cover plenty of ground, starting with a couple of recent tracks that push the boundaries of instrumental grime, like SD […]

Our first bass music program of the year finds dubstep either on the ropes or nonchalantly promiscuous, particularly with techno, with many traditional artists and labels edging towards more regimented sounds. Yet there are still plenty at the core who are capable of interesting and innovative tunes including the impressive Wen who has delivered “Signals” […]

We like a good cover version at Audio Texture but very few deliver, unlike the killer version of «Crazy» by Trio Valore, just about to drop on Record Kicks and sure to be making some waves over the summer if their is any justice.

Some dubstep this week as we turn our attention to the Keysound Recordings label from London run by Dusk and Blackdown. Several of their recent releases, combining Grime and classic dubstep styles, have set the standard high for 2013, whereas we also highlight the recent album by the label owners themselves and show our respect […]