Rlyeh1 returns for his “Memories EP”
March 6, 2017
Samuele Daccò is the man behind Rlyeh1 and is back with a new release on Mindtrick Records with his new “Memories EP”.
This is his follow up EP to his album “The Grey Lights” which was released back in August 2015 on Mindtrick Records as well.
Some call it Future Garage and some will call it atmospheric or experimental music.
We love it for the story that it tells!
Embracing melodies, catchy beats, and a glowing depth make this EP a must-have for fans of the deeper side of electronic music.
Rlyeh1 clearly intends to create sound which is outside of specific music genres. His music is about research and experimentation, exploration of sound and highly imaginative. The Memories EP is the best proof of this –
The EP will be released Digitally on the 20th of March 2017
You can already check out the previews on our Soundcloud page
Headphone Commute reviewed Red Book EP by Theory
February 3, 2017
Headphone Commute wrote some nice words about the last release by Theory. “The Red Book EP comes on like a horror soundtrack of industrial sized proportions, both, in its vast atmospheric soundscapes, and the use of the aforementioned percussive elements that slowly stump out their way in a desolate landscape. Impending doom oozes from the treacherous carcasses left to decompose upon cold slabs of concrete, left by the hopeful movement of the Communist party. This is just a quote from the whole review which you can check HERE
Side Line Magazine reviews “Frequencies Of The Mind III” album
February 2, 2017
Side line magazine reviewed the latest instalment in the ongoing Frequencies of the mind compilation series.
The compilation received many good and inspiring reviews in the last few months and
Side Line is no exception.
This quote comes from the review which sums it up pretty nice:
“I always have considered Mindtrick Records as one of the most visionary labels in electronic-underground music. This is the kind of label, which really brings a bonus to the contemporary underground music by having a nose for intelligent and often avant-garde minded electronic bands.”
Read all about it HERE
Igloo Magazine reviews Eusebeia`s Introversion EP
January 30, 2017
Igloomag wrote a review about the upcoming “Introversion EP” by Eusebeia.
They call it “An extended player that opens a plateau of low-flying, lo-fi electronics and mysterious midnight sonic emissions“.
The EP will be released on Monday the 6th of February in our shop and through Itunes, Beatport and all other known platforms.
You can read all about it HERE
Santa Sangre reviews Theory`s Red Book EP
January 24, 2017
Santa Sangre wrote a review about the last release by Theory.
Sometimes reviewers really take their time to take in a release and give it their thoughts.
We think he Nailed it! Read the full article HERE
“Theory have managed what entire labels and idiots with their case-logic books failed to achieve then: accessibility and experimentalism without the usual pitfalls of distortion and pandering imagery.
One other feature is that if you found the right kind of club with curators prepared to educate rather than just entertain their crowd then every one of these pieces could pack the floor. Yeah it wouldn’t a conventional kind of night but his programming is such that even the most jaded and snark-prone fashion victim would not be able to resist. How he managed to come up with a lot of the grinding, mechanized drone here is a question yet to be answered but god damn am I glad he did… whatever comes next from Theory is going to easily maintain the quality level, we’ve a talented maestro on our hands who isn’t afraid to experiment with the variables wherever his whims take him.”