Often times the electronic universe has been plagued with childish and inane objects of desire. The ‘90s were incredibly bad at that. Design and function sometimes coincided to the candy coating techno sounds that were frothing out of the speakers, but there were times when the trousers did not fit
When thinking in terms of mathematics, there is a certain process to mathematical equations that if you follow the steps that make up a formula, the answer turns out precise and correct. The same goes for electronic music. You either follow the formula for success that was designed for electronic
Between Two Selves is a subdued approach to electronic bliss. Its music is caught in a flux between fiery exchanges on the dancefloor and soft ambient hues. I’m sure that Michael Bouldry-Morrison can turn up the sweat with his Deep House talents, but on Between Two Selves, he chooses not
Sam Cooper and Alejandro Cohen have been playing off of the Los Angeles underground since 2009. Influenced by the pioneers of electronic culture, the two shared an interest in sterile, neon-infused dance music that reverberates dance floor chic and transcends time.
Diego Herrera (aka Suzanne Kraft) and Casey Butler (aka Stellar
Dualism finds us stuck in a flux between the physical and spiritual, both leaving us with limitations. With the physical, we may want to run faster or jump higher. We complain there are not enough hours in the day. Spiritually, we are left to the constraints of our own mind