Modus –  Nature of Wires (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

If a “week is a long time in politics” then 33 years is a geological eon in music. But Modus is an album 33 years in the making and which highlights just how much the world has changed…and also how much it hasn’t. The songs that make up the album were written between ’86 and... Continue Reading →

Yod of God – Jamit (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Many artists seem to have short creative bursts between more relaxed, less productive moments but Jamit seems to be on an ever-accelerating, upward trajectory regarding single releases. Not for him the well-deserved down time, a chance to relax and reflect on a pretty frantic release schedule to date. Instead, hot on the heals of his... Continue Reading →

MRT – Jamit (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Pioneer Generation showed us just how uniquely Jamit thinks when it comes to modern dance music and MRT carries on down that same path, one that wanders well away from the mainstream and seems to travel parallel to film score, avant garde meanderings, video soundtrack and electronic experimentation. MRT could stand for a lot of... Continue Reading →

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