“House synths and grease, old skool glitch and beats, baselines that womp like a PS1 soundtrack and neons that cry acid house…”
“There’s a self-knowing, solemn and sarcastic charm to the sound she’s remade and created. It’s a pin-prick sharp homage to shoulder-jerk pop with enough dark self-doubt to stay shameless…’
The best of submissions, reviewed tracks, the almost-reviewed… and a fistfull of this month’s best music!
“From the opening bars of DIY Fisher-Price lofi post-punk disco, my earballs are alive and alert…”
In a no-nonsense, no dead-weight, zero-fat slab of techno-touched new wave electro, Matte Blvck deliver the gristle…
“Between A-side highlights and a B-side that flies by, Fake Flowers Never Die is an intriguing slice of deceptively slick new wave indie…”
“There’s loose linked expressions of imagination, intrigue, excitement and glitch-filtered flow. This first single just hints at the expansive tracks that I hope he’ll release in good time.”