Transmission 25 – Kirill / DJHOT

A man of thousand names and a few words. Kirill aka Goldketten Manni is a Munich-based fashion enthusiast, cultural curator, DJ, doglover, stylist and whatever he decides  to be these days really. He is also a nice and humble guy and we met him during our LAKH popup...

Transmission 24 – David Schaller

This is Davids 2nd Playlist he contributed to the "Transmission" series. And again: it´s a very well-curated, dark and melancholy one with a lot of awesome picks from a broad variety of inputs; from soft electronic carpets over to soulful bliss back to anger and...

Review: Stand High Patrol – Midnight Walkers

Stand High Patrol Midnight Walkers Stand High / self-released Reviewed by Lewis Deans With „Midnight Walkers“ Stand High Patrol combines influences from the jamaican soundsystem culture and reggae with dub and hip-hop elements.  Right in the first seconds of the...

Review: Marbod – Begin Writing Your Story Here

Marbod Begin Writing Your Story Here 2020 / verydeeprecords Reviewed by Marko Meth Weird times call for weird music. At least that’s how I felt during some days in the near past. While I was scrolling through my feed, I stumbled across the 43rd release on Nuremberg...

Review: Birke TM – Trust The Process 12″

Birke TM Trust The Process / Real Highs 2020 / Bakery Dubs Reviewed by Marko Meth Quantec and Birke TM add another division to their label network. After founding “Neighbour Recordings” a few years ago they now continue to add the first sub-label called “Bakery Dubs”....

Review: The Weeknd – After Hours

The Weeknd After Hours 2020 / Republic Records Reviewed by Tim Smeets When The Weeknd releases a new record my excitement reaches a level, which is comparable to driving 220 km/h on an empty highway, being served my favourite dish, and looking at the latest revealing...

Review: Caribou – Suddenly

Caribou Suddenly 2020 / City Slang Reviewed by Sebastian Markovic An album about relationships, changes and a “back to basics” for Caribou Amidst the hibernation of music lovers all over the world, Caribou comes out with a new album after five years. There are certain...

Review: Brent Faiyaz – Fuck The World

Brent Faiyaz Fuck The World 2020 / Lost Kids Reviewed by Tim Smeets The latest record of Brent Faiyaz marks the final breakthrough for the 24-year-old singer and producer who belongs to the generation of artists that started their career by uploading songs on...