This is not the next Minilogue album. But it’s still good news. You could even say it is… music to my ears. Sebastian Mullaert and Marcus Henriksson of Minilogue fame invited Koss to jam with them in Sweden and this forthcoming LP is the result. Apparently it runs for 2.5 hours and one track is […]Read More »
If, for whatever reason, you’re getting ever so slightly bored with general minimal house/tech releases of late then listen to this absolutely gorgeous mix. I’m not getting bored as such, I just seem to spend most of my time either wandering about aimlessly or being stuck with my head in the bloody sand. Just taking […]Read More »
The genius of Minilogue lies in their ability to formulate organic yet paradoxically regulated minimal, aligning vast swathes of atmosphere, hooky rhythmic sweetness and eccentric nuance to heart-achingly sublime effect. Their music is a beautiful canvas upon which many producers would love to scrawl and last week saw the release of Remixed, Traum Schallplatten’s 3 […]Read More »
I like Minilogue, I like Extrawelt and I also think Leopards are pretty fucking cool. Basically, this track has all the components it needs to leapfrog the other crap I rifle through and firmly position itself at the forefront of my existence. I guess the fact that it’s an amazing tune also helps…although not as […]Read More »
Where am I? What’s my name? Who are you? Sorry it took me so long, it’s not easy getting all the way across from France with only 17 Euro cents and one of those tiny biscuits you get with a coffee. Someone then actually had the cheek to enlighten me that the internet exists in […]Read More »
I’m going to tell you about a couple of albums I’ve been listening to since we’ve been absent because, well, I don’t have anything else to write about at the moment. News doesn’t tend to get released at 2am on a Thursday morning, so I guess I’ll have to make my own. Alongside my usual […]Read More »
Articles about Swedish minimal techno duo Minilogue.