Isolatedmixes

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isolatedmix 46 – The Green Kingdom

Like a consistent undercurrent, there’s some artists that seem to have been around for years, cropping up with beautiful releases and never failing to please, never straying too far from their craft and consistently earning respect from likeminded producers and listeners. Michael Cottone is one of them. Hailing from Detroit, he dig deeps to find … Continue reading »

isolatedmix 45 – ASC

Despite being one of my favourite albums from last year, I never actually got around to writing about ASC’s ‘Time Heals All’. Released on Silent Season, it cemented the label as one of the best out there for the year, and firmly assured ASC as a class act – not only under his more familiar … Continue reading »

isolatedmix 44 – Kaito aka Hiroshi Watanabe

Hiroshi Watanabe has been releasing records since 1996, with styles ranging from deep house to his more recognized ambient/electronica works on Kompakt under the guise of Kaito. A stalwart for the label for the past twelve years, Hiroshi has clocked up no less than eight albums and recently released the rather brilliant ‘Less Time Until … Continue reading »

isolatedmix 43 – Need a Name

It’s pretty hard to stand out from the crowd nowadays. I’m seeing less and less focus on ‘big albums’ or month-long hyped releases, and more attention being paid to a constant stream of quality – artists engaging their fans, rewarding them for their ongoing compassion and dedication. Artists that are embracing this new type of … Continue reading »

isolatedmix 42 todos – Kilchurn Session X

In it’s fifth anniversary year, it’s only right to end the year’s isolatedmix series with something that connects back to the very first few posts on ASIP. For those that have been with me for the full ride, you’ll recognise the name, todos. His mixes were some of the very first I posted on the … Continue reading »