Nocta Numerica sixth instalment comes courtesy of French duo Glass Figure, putting on display six cuts that set old-school breaks and hectic electro grooves against an ebullient retro-futuristic backdrop. Vocoder blazing and synth arpeggios glancing off, the Drexciyan title-track – which you can now stream in full via our channels, whizzes at mega light speed like a space-traveling vessel flashes across fields of asteroids, in search for a new planet to colonise.
Following his stunning ‘Everything Is Nothing’ EP, which kicked off the Hubble Telescope Series for Solar One Music in 2015, Luxus Varta (aka Emeric Di Paolo) is back with a new four track EP for French label, Intramuros. The EP opens with the wonderfully shimmering ‘Wenn’ before Luxus Varta makes striking use of his background as a drummer on ‘Lizzy’. ‘Losquato’ is a playful addition with stripped back rhythms under Paris’ story telling that bemoans a man’s work frustrations and resulting mental state (‘I gave up therapy about a month ago. My therapist jumped out of a window’), while closer ‘Tempsun’ is almost melancholy in its measured minimalism.
Part 2 of Bio Rhythm’s Pleasure Box. Enter the second circle – the realm of lust & perversity. This time the pleasure is brought by MB, Joe Lentini & Shitcluster, delivering some sh*t hot contemporary jacking blackmagic braindance jams for all you carnal sinners.
Baby Whale doses a cross between classic Chicago house and E2-E4 with a no-prisoners boogie bassline and piano chords glistering in from Rimini. JV’s signature spaced-out production assures a head-turning dancefloor banger for the 4am crew. Adam & Eve is an intriguing mix of exotica and Arthur Russell. ‘The sound of Matisse,’ says the label.