Author: Codex Europa

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Monoloc: Drought

A magic EP of two instant classics...

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Blush Response (Interview)

'I don’t know what a Berlin album is but it’s definitely a me album'...

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Pact Infernal on Stroboscopic Artefacts (Monad XXV)

Architectural depth and space, dark sonics, incantatory beats - Stroboscopic Artefacts produce the goods once more...

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Battle Standards (Talker)

Cold, then colder still. Talker emboss style and character onto the electronic music mileu...

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Part Time Punks Sessions (Inhalt)

Is contemporary artists carrying on the electronic traditions of the 1980s: a cultural ourobouros or just clean fun?...

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Demands will be placed on the Listener. Bitter Music (Perc)

Perc's Bitter Music is stylistically labyrinthine, full of murky passages and the occasional dead end...

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Optimistic By Definition: 30drop on Techno’s Future (Interview)

'Technology will be the vehicle that leads us to that new revolution'...

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Inexorable Implosions, Ominous Promise: Grebenstein

Simultaneously sobering and intoxicating decelerationist post-techno...

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Snare Drum Love: Interview (Le Spectre)

Le Spectre's Yann Levasseur talks about simply trying to be creative and dark ...

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Manifesto for a Future Sonic Programme: Mugako (J.C. )

J.C. delivers abstract and ominous techno soundscapes with a political edge...

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SHXCXCHCXSH SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (Yes, really)

Genuinely memorable music, if a difficult name to remember - Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH release SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs...

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Relentless Euphoria on Halocline Trance? (Limit EP)

An oddly sequenced release, but one that definitely has intriguing and powerful elements. Review...

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Like circuit bending, but with more control: Interview (Weightausend)

Weightausend discusses hijacking obsolete digital sound modules, hash-induced panic attacks, and Doctor Who ...

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‘More alike than we are different’. noeverything I AM (Interview)

Their music blends innovative electronics, pop-influenced sweetness, and spiritual elements. Codex Europa interviews noeverything....

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Music rooted in a landscape, yet unapologetically synthetic. (Avalon Emmerson)

Avalon Emmerson musically evokes her home state, without reducing it to Marlboro man cliches...

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Search Deep Inside Yourself (Surgeon)

The continuing evolution of Surgeon's techno sound is apparent in a futuristic new EP. Review...

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Sharp, Innovative Techno with Vision (Roland Werk)

Roland Werk's D401 EP introduces a new artist who indicates a positive future for the techno genre. Review...

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Confrontational, Awkward and Compelling (Scalameriya and VSK)

Perc Trax Limited continues its dancefloor mission with teh confrontational pairing of Scalameriya and VSK. Codex Europa reviews....

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Explora: Morose Dynamism for a Renewed Euphoria (Florian Kupfer)

In Explora, Florian Kupfer's stated influence from the bleak Berlin winter seems evident...

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No Ruinporn Here. Altstadt Echo Modern Cathedrals pt. 1 & 2

Modern Cathedrals label founder Altstadt Echo steers between these two seductive poles, resisting the temptation to sonically contribute to the proliferation of Detroitian ruinporn ...

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Dark moods and Militaristic Airs : Мир [Bedlam]

There's a residual warmth in the superbly-produced bass but this can only be the prelude to or aftermath of some bleak scenario....

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Describing Das Unheimliche. Interview: Davide Carbone/Honzo [Honzo]

There is plenty of temporary music out there right now. The format does not matter but the intentions of the producers do. ...

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Built with vision and prowess [Planetary Assault Systems]

A thriving and rapidly evolving sonic ecosystem, producing an expansive soundfield that's simultaneously serene and nervous...

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Four-track orange vinyl-only (Grey Branches)

I think most of my output has an Industrial feel to it. It’s the first genre of music I really fell in love with as a teenager, and it’s seems I can’t undo that love. ...

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Donor : Against All

Schappert takes material from the present-day and brings out the dystopian aspects of a much closer and less-glamourous dystopian future....

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(No) Token Gestures

The circumstances of its birth have made Token determined to follow its own agenda and pay no attention to passing trends, focussing on what it sees as the most important elements of what it calls...

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Berlin, Techno and the Fall of the Wall

A rich document of a remarkable period in the life of the city....

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Adam X : Irreformable

Adam X is open and unashamed about his industrial/EBM connections, in sad contrast to some other producers...

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Developer [Interview]

I'm more a DJ for sure but I have truly fallen in love with producing. You can call it a double marriage if you want....

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United Over Ukraine [Interview]

A completely civic initiative, without any backing from government and/or organizations affiliated with political parties...

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