March Music Freebie Roundup

A super mixed bag of ten free downloads for March. If you have a promo you would like to share as a download, email us at info [at]

By | Editor

Review: Recondite - Hinterland

A blueprint of instrumental techno perhaps? From the first note of the long-player, one is lured to take a step through the woods. And then a next and a next, trekking through the hinterland of Recondite's mind.

By | The Dash

Zul Andra's Midnight Picks: March

Zul Andra spills his picks for March from Singaporean gems such as Fauxe, Gema and Octover to international heavyweights KH (Kieren Hebden), James Blake and Justin Martin as well as Sam Smith, Sven Helbig, Tessela and Woodkid. He lays it down for us in alphabetical order.

By | Zul Andra

Review: Nosaj Thing - Home LP

While it won't be surprising that this album might have mixed reviews, it's quite certain that longevity is to be found in change for Nosaj does leave one wondering whether it would have made a difference if 'Home' was someone else's debut effort instead?

By | Nick Chan

Review: Jose James - No Beginning No End

In pursuing this creative experiment of fusing jazz together with soul and hip hop, the album unfolds in exceptional glory, seductive and romantic. It straddles between the contemporary and conventional, where music is injected with a fresh perspective without straying from the catalyst of traditional influences.

By | Bobby

The JUICE Playlist: November

JUICE guests with their ever-reliable top 5 for November on a more laidback tip, featuring the likes of Cashmere Cat, Lukid, Happa, Mario & Vidis and a Shlohmo remix of Jeremih.


Artist Interview: Isaac Aesili

Meet Isaac Aesili, an integral member of many bands including Recloose Live, Solaa and Open Souls and deemed by Benji B to be one of the most exciting soul talents to emerge from the South Pacific. He is now part of Funkommunity (with Rachel Fraser) and Karlmarx (with brother Mark McNeill). The producer, multi-instrumentalist and DJ will be performing live alongside Singapore's Kiat this Saturday at Velvet Underground-Dance.

By | Editor

Inter-Review: Kiat - The Inner Galaxy

A pioneer of not just Singapore's DnB scene but underground electronica in general, Kiat is a firm stalwart who becomes more relevant with each year. Here we break an exclusive interview and a review of his LP 'The Inner Galaxy' released in June 2012. Catch his performance with album collaborator, Isaac Aesili for Midnight Shift's 3rd Anniversary on 17 Nov 2012.

By | SC

The JUICE Playlist: October

A new mixbag of tunes from the JUICE camp brightens up this October end, featuring the likes of Kid Koala, Jerls, Gema, Brenmar and Nosaj Thing and their very latest.


Review: Four Tet - Pink

Four Tet's 'Pink' is, also in some ways, less of an album and more so a compendium anyway...a culmination of his journey so far, both as a musician and DJ.

By | Brendon P

Review: Similar Objects - Shift Frequency

The fascinating intricacies of 'Shift Frequency''s compositions evoke a visceral, post-rock sentiment that is uncommonly beautiful. Bobby reviews EP from Darker Than Wax label.

By | Bobby

Review: Handbook - Layerism

Introducing Bobby, the moniker of our latest reviewer to the blog featuring adventures from the left field of electronic music. First up is a little known artist called Handbook and his self-released 'Layerism' available on Bandcamp.

By | Bobby

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