Jenny Pudney

Roza Terenzi crafts her own reality in Modern Bliss

Following globetrotting shows in Europe, Canada and, of course, her Australian stomping ground of Melbourne, it’s about time that Roza Terenzi released her first LP. While Terenzi has explored much of the world, this album Modern Bliss takes the listener on a journey through an alternate augmented reality filled with post-techno sophistication and decisive layering. …

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One to Watch: Iona Fortune

As the physical doors to the underground hubs of electronic music remain closed and the monotony of quarantine continues for yet another week, it’s unsurprising that the home-working week has pushed audiences to re-tune their tastes towards relaxation. Dance is swapped out for artistry and sweat-inducing melodies for meditation. As a proficient Umdze (a leader …

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Daithí takes production online with ‘An Irish Goodbye’

At the end of March, back when cabin fever had barely set in, the synth-elating Irish producer Daithí hooked up his cameras and started live streaming from his home studio. Over three sessions, and around six hours of work, Daithí nurtured ‘An Irish Goodbye’ into existence, offering viewers a glimpse into the production process. A …

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PREMIERE: FAVELA offers a much needed calm with ‘Commensality’

Often, when given the challenge of conveying an artist within a limited word count, journalists hone in on a singular word which quickly becomes replicated in every article relating to their work. For FAVELA this name tag of sorts is “multi-instrumentalist”, and while accurate, it is beyond an oversimplification of his talent. From releasing his …

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One to Watch: Kloyd

Whilst the world is going crazy, it’s even more important that we find moments of solace. Kloyd, also known as Kate Lloyd, with her ear for production and downtempo knits of sound is the escapism that everyone needs right about now. With a small handful of tracks released under her alias since 2017, every piece …

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One to Watch: Carlota

Good things undoubtedly come in threes, and with a hat-trick of songs hanging like virtual badges of honour on Spotify (and one other release soon to make the move from Bandcamp to the streaming platform), Carlota Marques and her electronic co-dependents are most definitely a good thing.   Born on the Balearic Island of Ibiza, music …

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One to Watch: TSHA

No matter what other cities have to offer, London has always been the hub of electronic music (in England at least). It’s a place where electricity extends its wirey reach far beyond the underground networks of trains, igniting DJ’s speakers long into the morning. TSHA, otherwise known as Teisha Matthews, is a child of this …

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Caribou comes to terms with sudden change in ‘You and I’

Dan Snaith is undoubtedly one of the most talented musicians within the electronic scene today. A coin of a man with two musical masquerades, both of his projects (Caribou and Daphni) have enchanted listeners for close to twenty years. Despite existing side by side, throughout their existence these aliases have never met. Now in the …

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Kasbo bounces back from his year hiatus with ‘I Get You’

It’s been a good long while since Kasbo has graced our airwaves. Specifically, it’s been twelve months since the release of his debut album, Places We Don’t Know.  Yet, in a year nothing too much has sonically changed – Kasbo is still making music and collaborating with reasonably underground artists of immense talent. This unmeditated …

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