Bang The Beat #7

Featuring Mono Junk, Keita Sano, Joey Anderson, Call Super, Gesloten Cirkel and M Buckley

Joey Anderson: Blissful hooks that pack a punch

Joey Anderson: Blissful hooks that pack a punch

Fri, May 2, 2014, 00:00

MONO JUNK
BLEEP NUMBER 9 (Forbidden Planet)
Few producers can make something as strange yet effective on the dancefloor as Finland’s Mono Junk. His new EP on Forbidden Planet consists of four wonderful tracks of bleepy acid-inflected techno.


KEITA SANO
SHE WAS THE ONE
(Mister Saturday Night)
Mister Saturday Night continue to source music that sounds like New York from all over the world. Their latest signee is from Japan and he makes rough-edged house in what is becoming the classic MSN style.


JOEY ANDERSON
SKY’S BLESSINGS
(Dekmantel)
The New Jersey native’s unique brand of wonky not-house/not-techno has won him a lot of fans in recent years and his debut full-length is full of blissful hooks that pack surprisingly weighty punches.


CALL SUPER
DEPICTA
(Houndstooth)
Wondrous, epic techno from the German producer on the Houndstooth label. So many layers, so much movement; it’s a wonder the whole thing doesn’t fall apart.


GESLOTEN CIRKEL
FEAT LIETTE
(Murder Capital)
Dark, distorted and distinctly fun electro from the Russian producer’s new album, which is 10 tracks of exactly that.


M BUCKLEY
MINIMIX
To celebrate the Dublin producer’s new EP on Rush Hour’s No Label, he’s made us a rambling mix of some stuff that’s been tickling his fancy lately. Includes tracks from Russell Haswell, Phew, Byrne & Eno, Beatrice Dillon, Arthur Russell and more, as well as some of his own work for good measure.

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