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PHAXAS ANNOUNCES DEBUT ALBUM PATTERNS IN FLUX

Coaxed out of her strictly ‘behind the scenes’ domain after her expert taste (cultivated by her musical family, and years as a sound engineer) lead to producing, remixing, and djing, by the insistence of fellow artists, Phaxas, also known as Denise Faxus released her debut...

Intenso – “Blood Shrinks Everything”

This track is a great example on how to use samples and loops correctly. I feel like a kid in a samples store, looking around in wonder. Intenso's track "Blood Shrinks Everything" is, as the title might let you guess, a pretty weird track. Weird in a...

Shows to see this week: Too Much Love picks

Welcome Back to Too Much Love's weekly round-up of music-centric shows and events not to be missed. This Labour Day weekend is packed full of great music and potential all-nighters, so gear up for a long weekend you won't forget...

Imperial Triumphant’s Vile Luxury album and Miami date!

Ten shades sideways from "Holly Shit" lies Imperial Triumphant and their particular style of Black Metal. Born from the metropolis that is the"Big Apple", Imperial Triumphant embodies the sounds of New York. The chaos, the menagerie, the perils and majesty of the greatest city on earth....

Peaks brings us new EP “patterns”

Moody, full of textures, but you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. To those who like electronic textures and the use of a wide variety of sounds, Patterns is for you! But wait, there's more! Peaks achieves a rather well rounded EP, with a continuous style...

Sal Dulu’s “Tyko” – a soundtrack for a dreamscape

Think "Animatrix" meets "lo-fi beats to chill/study to", all set in a small Japanese town. There's a distinct style of music that Sal Dulu's track "Tyko" falls into, and that is the kind of music that takes your mind far, far away. The track combines samples...

Twyn, Austin Paul - You say

Twyn and Austin Paul join forces in “You Say”

"You Say" is a song that represents the potential of Miami's music scene. In this new single, the electronic experimental duo TWYN joined forces with singer Austin Paul to deliver a moody and tasteful indie-electronic balad with R&B influences and great sound design. TWYN is comprised by producers...