The second release from Chicago native Bounte, this four-song EP is an aggressive, pounding counterpoint to 2007's One. Dominated by grinding beats, heavy distortion, and cavernous reverb, overlaid with glitchy throbbing synth work, Maximal is an ode to the dark side of electronic music, while maintaining Bounte's signature melodic touches and traditional Chicago house flavor.
The album begins with the skittering synths and beats of D575. Cubic Feet and Phalanx Symbol, a pair of four-on-the-floor smashers, provide a fitting segue with their pounding rhythms and surprisingly delicate synth work. Sextuple X closes things out and reminds us that even when making music that is hard as hell, Bounte doesn't leave his jazz-flavored melodies behind.
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Amish Rake Fight: Fellow Prisoners
Fellow Prisoners is an otherworldly concoction of driving beats and ambient soundscapes from Machines of Loving Grace keyboardist, Mike Fisher.
The Atomica Project: Gravity (single)
Gravity is the first single from The Atomica Project's sophomore release, Grayscale.
The Atomica Project: Grayscale
Grayscale, the highly anticipated sophomore release from The Atomica Project, embodies in itself the struggle of its execution. Taking nearly 3 years to complete, Grayscale is filled with elaborate narratives of failure and recovery. Loosely based on the dramatic climate of Lauren Cheatham and Wade Alin's adopted home of Chicago, many of the tracks draw parallels between the cinematic storms of the Midwest and the turmoil of interpersonal relationships.
The Atomica Project: Metropolitan
Metropolitan maneuvers effortlessly through genres, incorporating elements of trip hop, orchestral, downtempo, and lo-fi, all the while illustrating a compelling story of loss, affliction, collapse and recovery.
One is the debut album from Chicago native Bounte. Combining a breakbeat and IDM backbone with strong melodic textures and melodies, One is an unique take on the current electronic music scene.
Chris Randall: The Devil His Due
The long-awaited solo album from Chris Randall, former frontman for Sister Machine Gun, pays homage to more traditional American music, while still maintaining the chaotic edginess that Randall is known for.
Callisto marks Chris Randall's fifth genre-spanning sojourn in to the back streets of electronic music under the Micronaut banner. Mostly up-tempo, partially eccentric, and definitely danceable, Callisto is a distilled history of Micronaut in one album.
Micronaut moves further afield with their third release, Ganymede, which explores drum & bass, jungle and tech-step.
Io finds the common ground between breakbeat and trance with a generous dose of NASA thrown in for good measure.
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