Category Archives: Reviews

Tycho – Awake

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If you’ve heard of Tycho before then you know what to expect from ‘Awake’, his latest offering released this year in March. It’s rich, deep and full of mesmerising melodies and harmonies. It’s technically spot on and a nice step up from his 2011 release ‘Dive’. Personally I’ve had ‘See’ on repeat a few times … Read More

Sonus Festival 2013 review: Where the party never stops

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It’s Sunday evening, and I’m watching the sunset over the hills from Sv. Duh campsite in Croatia, and already the glorious epic memories from the Sonus Festival feel like a strange and unbelievable dream.

Amongst the fig and olive trees, noisy cicadas and barren hills, legendary German techno party promoters Time Warp presented a spectacular … Read More

Caravan Palace release new video for ‘Dramaphone’

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Caravan Palace - Panic

Platinum selling french hipsters Caravan Palace’s have just released an awesome new video for their track ‘Dramaphone’ (taken off their new record). Check it out here:


They release their new album ‘Panic’ on November 19th through Café De La Danse and tour the UK from November 21st.

Having recently released their single ‘Clash’, Caravan … Read More

Freaks – Black Shoes White Socks -Review

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The ever evolving and never predictable music venture Freaks are Luke Solomon and Justin Harris. Since 1996 the duo have turned out a slew of singles and long players on their own Music For Freaks imprint and have remixed for the likes of  Matthew Herbert, Derrick Carter and Tiefschwarz, to name a few.  They also … Read More

Glade Festival 2012 – A Brap.FM Review

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In a move some said was inspired, others said was downright foolish, Brap sent Guy the Rev and Kevin Godden to this year’s Glade Festival. To most people’s complete astonishment, they emerged relatively unscathed!

Here, in the first of the two reviews of the event, discover Kevin’s thoughts on the festival which started life at … Read More