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Review: Mac & Monday – Raysa [Borderline]

There’s the Borderline label again! This time it’s Mac & Monday releasing Raysa! The release contains the original mix and intro mix of Raysa. No remixes are included. Let’s take this release, turn up the volume and press play!!

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Review: Porter Robinson – Sea of Voices (Falcon Remix) [CDR]

Portland, Oregon, resident Nathan Kozlowski or Falcon as he’s better known, is a name that many fans of the uplifting genre will be familiar with. That being said, you could be forgiven for queering his whereabouts lately because with the exception of a collaboration with fellow American, Redstar, on Monster …

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(ghost) – A Vast And Decaying Appearance [n5MD] (review)

a vast and decaying appearance withered and broken spread thin hanging on by a thread distorted beyond recognition dwindling in my view a clouded shadow on jagged stone As I opened the album case and read this epigraph I could almost imagine a forlorn shape in a crepuscular light breaching …

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Review: Adam Ellis – Agent Orange [Kearnage]

After the immense success of Napalm Poet, Adam Ellis makes another outing on Kearnage with his spellbinding follow up entitled Agent Orange. Adam and Kearnage have enjoyed huge success in 2014, but Agent Orange is arguably both artist and labels most anticipated release of the year.

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Review: Scott Bond & Marc Mitchell – Airfoil [REBOOTED]

Gatecrasher legend and one of trance’s original forerunners, Scott Bond formed his REBOOTED label in the latter part of last year but after a notable absence the label has surfaced once again with their latest offering entitled Airfoil. The release features a broad range of remixes from some of the …

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