By Ed Montano 3rd Jan, 2011
Overcoming last year’s teething problems, this year’s event delivered on all levels, providing a glorious start to 2011 for those lucky enough to be in attendance.
By Ed Montano 8th Nov, 2010
Set your prejudices aside people - this is actually a rather fine release that bucks the trend of bland commercial compilations.
By Ryan Lipman 18th Mar, 2010
After such a long hiatus between releases in this series, you couldn't be blamed for thinking it was all over after only two releases, but 'Electro House Sessions' has returned with Klaas and The Only at the helm.
By Julian Cram 17th Feb, 2010
Fabric bills this CD as “bass music” or “dubstep”, and tey wax lyrical about the sweet 140 beats per minute tempo and act as if this is something new and exciting... However, if this CD was released 5 years ago it would have been labelled "breaks"
By Ed Montano 11th Jan, 2010
Here’s a nice little souvenir for anyone that went to the recent New Year’s Eve Sensation event in Melbourne, and it’s a mixed bag of assorted goodies that cover a variety of stylistic points on the dance music spectrum.
By Ryan Lipman 20th Nov, 2009
Since the famed French label Kitsune burst onto the scene, it has been revolutionary in churning out world famous acts faster than chicks dancing on speed.
By Ryan Lipman 14th Oct, 2009
This is a great sample of things from such a diverse and successful lable, with a stellar catalogue of artists. For those who have been living under a rock, it is a great way to get acquainted.
By Ed Montano 4th Sep, 2009
Dance culture rules dictate that if you put on a big, brand-name party, then you have to put out a big, brand-name CD, but recreating the event for home listening isn’t always that easy.
By Tom Mann 2nd Sep, 2009
'ZE 30' is a sampler of the finest in mutant disco from the hippest of New York labels at the turn of the 80s; a label that influenced !!!, The Rapture, LCD Soundsystem and even Bruce Springsteen.
By Louise Conville 24th Aug, 2009
It’s time, once again, for Kompakt to showcase a range of their best-received releases over the past year via their 'Total' compilation series. They promised it would be a diverse collection and, man, did they keep that end of the bargain up.
By Elliot Giakalis 26th Jun, 2009
Think of Pacha and your mind probably wanders to the thought of ridiculous parties at club events that one never forgets. That being the case, you can't help but think what kind of music it involves.
By Duncan Macinnis 28th May, 2009
When it was released in 2005, volume 1 of Stay on the Groove (subtitled “20 modern funk anthems”) was described in 3D World as “your new favourite album”.
By Alex Christ 14th May, 2009
If you are feeling in the mood for something to generate atmosphere, yet downbeat but enough to be stirring, then look no further. The 'Om Lounge 15th Anniversary' album delivers some of the finest lounge house and chilled tunes