(The) Well Tempered (OS) Artwork
Spoiler ft. Geo Metro’s experimental electronic track, “(The) Well Tempered (OS),” starts off with various blippy computer sounds. It’s not until 0:42 that the listener hears a steady beat, which makes the beat even more rewarding when it’s heard. Over the course of the track, Spoiler keeps adding more blippy synths, captivating and at times glitchy percussion, and even some vocal samples towards the end. “(The) Well Tempered (OS)” is


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Spanish duo Underbooz kick off their Seven Sisters release on Booz Muz with “Celaeno,” a rumbling, proper techno track. Clocking in at 6 minutes and 29 seconds long, Underbooz waste no time getting into their compelling techno sound, which is replete with distorted and resonant sound effects overtop a thunderous kick drum guaranteed to shake any well-outfitted warehouse. The highlight of “Celaeno” for me is Underbooz’s use of glitched out synth


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Every Sunday afternoon, Nairobi, Kenya-based artist KMRU sits at his brother’s piano and plays classical pieces and scales, recording ideas that come to him into Ableton Live. One Sunday, KMRU — aka Joseph Kamaru — was playing seemingly random notes on the piano: D#, E, F#, G, Ab, Bb, B, C#, Eb. After playing this sequence of notes, KMRU recorded them into Ableton, starting his track “Byculla.” KMRU is still trying


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Blisspop is giving away two (2) pairs of tickets to see Penguin Prison with Mating Ritual and Alex DB at Black Cat on Wednesday, April 18! You can participate by emailing your favorite Penguin Prison track to info [at] blisspop [dot] com and two winners will be selected randomly. We’ll pick winners at 12 pm on Wednesday, April 18, announcing them shortly thereafter. Show info: Wednesday April 18 – Penguin Prison,


Things I Don't Smoke Artwork
Melbourne-based artist Gobblebit meshed together several different genres in his new track, “Things I Don’t Smoke.” The track starts off with an 80s-style bassline that reminds the listener of “Blue Monday.” At the 0:26 mark, Gobblebit brings in a French-touch / Daft Punkesque lead synth that warms the listener up for the massive old school-rave style acid synth that comes in at 0:52. Over the course of the track, Gobblebit develops