Review: Run Dust is a project from Luke Calzonetti, an American artist who is a member of the noise band Child Abuse. Given his background, it's no surprise that In Paradisum describes Supermarche as its most 'macabre' yet. Certainly, there are traces of Calzonetti's noise background throughout, from the screeching vocals and distorted broken beats of "Todd Rundgren's LSD" through the dense tapestry of malfunctioning computer noises that comprises "The Bath" and the sprawling feed back textures of "Dull Conversation". There are other, more atmospheric moments on Supermarche, like the textured soundscape on "Intro" and the lovely chiming bells of " Sincere Crime", but in the main, this is all about bringing the noise.
Review: The latest installment in !K7's esteemed DJ-Kicks mix series is by Brighton based Leon Vynehall, following up 2018's acclaimed album Nothing Is Still on Ninja Tune. Although this edition presents the unmixed tracks, his aim was to approach it more like a compilation rather than a standalone mix anyway - one that blurs the boundaries between genres. Features highlights and exclusives by the likes of: Ploy who delivers the hypnotic and bass-driven techno of "Pressure", the deeply flanged tribal funk of Pavillion's "Happy Track" or the breakneck IDM shenanigans of the AFX classic "Children Talking" and not forgetting two evocative and sensual cuts by Vynehall himself.