Archive for the ‘Techno’ Category

Silence – Cellule

By • Oct 19th, 2008

I hadn’t been over to Jamendo for ages, so I popped over to look for something trippy, atmospheric and well a “Chill ” piece. I picked Silence totally by random and clicked “L’autre endroit” (the first album) and then “Cellule“. This is certainly trippy, quite a road trip through a disparate sonic landscape.  A wonderful […]

The Morrighan – One Hour On Earth – Album Review

By • Sep 8th, 2008

The Morrighan are great, no two ways about it. I stumbled across them last year and was totally blown away by the energy this band develops. But, lets start this review somewhere back in our childhoods… Remember the buzz you got at Christmas when you discovered the biggest package under the chrissie tree had your […]


By • Aug 15th, 2008

SKILDA is a Celtic Electronic “Drums and Bass” outfit who are incredibly frustrating. The music is fabulous. It’s trying to find out stuff about them that drives you crazy. Here is some hype I found… Their groundbreaking music incorporates many contemporary sounds, from pulsing synths and crunching rock guitars to soaring solos which draw on […]


By • Mar 13th, 2008

Anchorsong has been sitting in my too hard basket for a few months while I decided if I want to review the act or pass it on to my co-contributer. After a not very inspiring day at work I sat and had another listen to this act. I’ve decided that Anchorsong isn’t nearly as hard […]

The Crystal Method – Keep Hope Alive

By • Dec 14th, 2007

Artist: The Crystal Method Website: or Track Name: Keep Hope Alive Playback: flash Download?: No I was watching a TV show called “Bones” and in the credits there was a music credit for the title music. A quick once around Google and I had found The Crystal Method’s sites. The Crystal Method is […]

Anchorsong – Breathe Breathe Me

By • Nov 9th, 2007

Artist: Anchorsong Website: or Track Name: Breathe Breathe Me Playback: flash Download?: No Anchorsong is the solo project by Masaaki Yoshida from Tokyo, Japan. He comes from Tokyo’s underground live music scene. Armed with an Akai MPC2000XL and a Korg Triton he builds up the songs layer by layer, right in front of […]

The Morrighan

By • Oct 16th, 2007

Artist: The Morrighan Website: or Track Name: Wilderness Playback: flash Download?: No I honestly have no idea how I stumbled on this, but bloody hell this band could solve the energy crisis. I was totally floored when I discovered this was actually a band, not just some guy in his bedroom with a […]