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Martyn
Voids

It’s been a difficult couple of years for Martyn. Since 2014's The Air Between Words LP, the 3024 boss has narrowly avoided death by heart attack. His good friend Marcus Intalex wasn’t so lucky, passing away in May 2017. These experiences shifted Martyn’s mus...view item »

Various / I.B.M
Reflection Series #3

Jamal Moss, the human being behind the Hieroglyphic Being, applies his special techno technique to three tunes by Public Image Limited, Kissing The Pink and Bigod 20. Perhaps not what you might expect Jamal to be delving into, but of course he t...view item »

DJ Richard
Dies Iræ Xerox

House bloodsucker DJ Richard returns with another record of sublimity in Dies Irae Xerox. As if Grind wasn't already unsettling enough, it looks like this one's going to continue to be bright sparks of light from dank dour corners, another record of groovy hope from a producer who can't...view item »

Grad-U
Dream Observer

The first release on Echo Echo, a sub-imprint of Danish label Echocord (Fluxion, Rod Modell), comes courtesy of Grad_U. Both sides of Dream Observer are lengthy exercises in dub techno, though they go about their business in different ways. ‘Obser...view item »

DJ Overdose
DJ Overdose

The Hauge electro stalwart Jeroen Warmenhoven AKA DJ Overdose returns to Ron Morelli's esteemed L.I.E.S. imprint for his second EP for the label. This is his heaviest output to date - four no-nonsense cuts with some mutant B-boy techno and bruising industrial strength electro up top, and some spacey sci-fi wave electro goodness down below....view item »

Vactrol Park
Music From The Luminous Void

Electronic duo, Vactrol Park follow up their debut EP with Music From The Luminous Void, their first long player. They use modular synths to create atmospheric textures, drum machines to create more complex beats than previous recordings and an ever swelling bass sound. Sample-heavy here, ambient there and in places stubborn mon...view item »


Stalingrad Vol. 1 - Das Beste Stahl

Much needed repress of this ultra-dark LP from 2005 on Guy Tavares legendary underground cult imprint from the Hague - Bunker. The cream of Dutch West Coast electro fiends and Unit Moebius alumni depict the pain and sorrow of the atrocious human suffering of World War II - specifically 1943's battle of Stalingrad. Featuring bleak cuts from ...view item »

LFO / Luke Vibert / Plaid / Andreas Gehm / Global Goon / B12
Balkan Vinyl Allstars

The acid freaks at Balkan Vinyl celebrate hitting a quarter-century of releases with this compilation of hard-to-find and previously download-only fare. In the form of contributions by LFO, Global Goon and the late Andreas Gehm, there’s plenty for the house heads to love h...view item »

Broken English Club
White Rats

Will you just look at that incredible tangle of fishnetted legs? You'd think it would be sexy but it's just....disturbing.  It sort of suits the music of Oliver Ho though with it's mixture of synthwave, metallic acid tracks and guitar drone with a heavy industrial influence. This is part one of a three album trilogy. You have been warned.&n...view item »

Jack Peoples (James Stinson)
Laptop Cafe

Here are some previously unreleased tracks from Jack Peoples, aka the sadly departed James Stinson of Drexciya. Laptop Cafe’s six tracks, not yet properly named, were retrieved from a thought-lost DAT tape recently and have been polished up and pressed to a 12” for the first...view item »

D'Marc Cantu / Black Meteoric Star
Split Concept

Traxx’s Nation label is always a sure thing when it comes to odd variations on the blueprint of rugged hardware house music, and the pairing of D’Marc Cantu and Black Meteoric Star on this split release is a prime example. Cantu is actually in a relatively restrained mode here, burro...view item »

Terekke
Improvisational Loops

Quite the change. Since L.I.E.S. haven’t done a Lobster Theremin and created their own sub-label for snoozing yet, house savant Terekke has had to take his ambient particles over to Music from Memory. Having made something nice and meditative in ‘Plant Age’ late last year, this new record feels like a natural step towards pure,...view item »

Tessela / Lanark Artefax
Blue 01

It is the repress of the first Whities Blue, my dudes. Whities has already garnered a reputation as one of the best new labels in the British clubsphere off the back of drops by Avalon Emerson, Minor Science, Kowton and more. Lanark Artefax (Whities 011...view item »

Fret
Silent Neighbour EP

Pure carnage from Mick Harris (Scorn / Lull / Monrella / Napalm Death / Quoit / The Weakener etc.) on this 4-track EP from Ron Morelli's esteemed L.I.E.S. label. Mr Harris recently revived his Fret Alias for a devastatingly heavy and ice cold album on Karlrecords. If you've experienced the sheer joy of being pummeled by that record, or inde...view item »

Betonkust & Palmbomen II
Center Parcs LP

After dropping several volumes of his Memories of Cindy series last year, the Palmbomen II release schedule rolls on with a collaborative LP alongside Betonkust. Center Parcs LP fleshes out the pair’s 2016 Center Parcs cassette for 1080p, and for the large part i...view item »

Blawan
Wet Will Always Dry

Blawan’s productions have always stood out in the ultra-saturated world of generic banging techno tracks. Since he launched his Ternsec label and started fully embracing modular gear, he’s been relentlessly forging a very distinctive sound that’s truly his own. Of course, machines/computers/synths are just a means to an end - w...view item »

The Black Dog
Black Daisy Wheel

Beloved electro-grumps The Black Dog are back with a pair of distinct albums on the theme of dismal, hysterical post-truth media society. Black Daisy Wheel tackles its dystopian theme in a subdued, ambient style, with uneasy textures and characteristically gloomy synths drifting about. Occasional beats find their way in...view item »

JK Flesh
Wasplike EP

Justin Broadrick is known for his work with Napalm Death, Godflesh, Pale Sketcher, Jesu, and his collaboration with The Bug AKA Kevin Martin in Techno Animal. As JK Flesh he takes industrial, dub and power electronics to create ear-bleeding techno and heavy elec...view item »

SMX / Koehler
Blue 02

Since Nic Tasker kicked off Whities back in 2014, the label has grown to become one of the buzz-labels in UK club culture. Their soundsystem techno output is similar to that of Timedance or Hessle, but the tunes tend to have a sweeter, more melodic flavour to them. Similar thing...view item »

Will Long
Sallow / Pine

Will Long’s politically engaged deep house music is back in the form of his new album Long Trax 2, which continues the habit of mixing samples from the likes of Barack Obama with meditative, melancholy pads and beats. Sallow / Pine is one of three 12” versions of the album’s m...view item »

Will Long
Maroon / Pink

Will Long, who makes luscious ambient drone under the name Celer and gorgeous deep house under his own name (and sometimes in collaboration with DJ Sprinkles), presents a second full-length album of politically charged dancefloor cuts, which is also available as a series of 12”s, like the ...view item »

Will Long
Royal Blue / Mustard

Will Long’s politically engaged deep house music is back in the form of his new album Long Trax 2, which is released in full on CD and also in parts across three 12”s. Royal Blue / Mustard is perhaps the most unusual in terms of the colours chosen, and it features the Barack Obama-s...view item »

Chris Liebing
Burn Slow

After a career spanning a quarter of a bloody century, big techno lad Chris Liebling is finally making one of his dreams a reality. He's always wanted to make an album like Burn Slow, slow minimal techno, achingly restrained. He's accompanied by a number of others, most notably Gary Numan...view item »

Will Long & DJ Sprinkles
Yellow / Ivory / Rust (Long Trax EP 3)

The third of three long form collaborations between original odd couple DJ Sprinkles and Will Long (Celer). These journeys into deep house have a basic home grown feel to them with simple beats accompanying drawn out synth notes and samples slathered on without a care in the world. It isn't sophisticated but sti...view item »

Derek Carr
Distant Systems

Westmeath, Ireland's Derek Carr is an established figure with a fair few classics under his belt. He developed his finely crafted style of techno after digesting comps such as Bio-Rhythms and 'Pioneers of the Hypnotic Groove' from Warp. Deep, soulful techno with nods to Kraftwerk's melodicism and Depeche Mode's throbbing pop. ...view item »

Aphex Twin
Selected Ambient Works 85-92

Not sure that you need me to introduce this one to you. The album that broke Aphex Twin to the masses (relatively speaking), Selected Ambient Works 85-92 starts with two genuinely sublime pieces of music, ‘Xtal’ and ‘Tha’, which your collection literally cannot be without. The whole thing is grea...view item »

Varg
Nordic Flora Series Pt. 3: Gore-Tex City

Nordic Flora Series Pt. 3: Gore-Tex City is a grand record by Varg (the Swedish producer, not the racist black metal guy) made with lots of guests. Yung Lean, Chloe Wise, Alessandro Cortini and Christian Augustin are just some of the remarkable cast tha...view item »

Underspreche
Invito Alla Danza Part 2

Underspreche (who, despite the German name, are Italian) are releasing a full-length album on Optimo Trax, though it is cunningly disguised as a set of EPs by being released separately. Invito Alla Danza (this is part 2) is a vivid set of electronic movement material, four tracks full of original thinking and hard-bounc...view item »

Torn Hawk
Wormquest

Coming at ya from waaaaay over on the other side, Torn Hawk makes their debut outing on the Unknown To The Unknown label with Wormquest. Over the four tracks on this wax there will be some funky mechanical stuff, techno reinforced with guitars and a hefty dose of floor-filling ins...view item »

Move D
Kunststoff

This is a long awaited remastered and reissued double LP edition of a masterpiece of '90s ambient and techno. Kunststoff by Move D was first released on Source Records in 1995, and this is the first reissue since 2006. David Moufang aka Move D recorded the album in 1994 and on release it soon became a firm favourit...view item »

Donato Dozzy
Filo Loves The Acid

Everyone's favourite Italian lake-dweller sloshes about in the waters and then readies a new LP for Tresor. Filo Loves the Acid is a homage to the Roland TB-303 bass synth; they've given him homework to make some proper workouts with it. For someone who made a whole record out of mouth harp experiments, it should be a cake wal...view item »

Leon Vynehall
Nothing Is Still

Well, Leon Vynhall wrote a book. In the mid 20th century Vynhall's grandparents emigrated to New York, a journey he has found incredibly inspirational. The sum is Nothing Is Still, an album, a novella, and more. What's more it features most of an orchestra. Vynhall's debut album is nothing if not ambit...view item »

Mantra / Various
Mantra Knows House

'Mantra Knows House' is mixed by Mantra (Bunker) aka Myraidd (Creme Organization) - a seventy minute mixtape of squelchy acid house basslines, stuttering drum machines and spoken vocals. Digging deep into the foundations of classic/ oldskool (mostly) Chicago trax. Cataclyst release this limited yellow C70 cassette with las...view item »

Joy O & Ben Vince
Transition 2 / Systems Align

Collaboration klaxon! Longtime pals Joy O and saxophonist Ben Vince join forces for this searing release via Hessle Audio, a two-track record documenting the pair's joint studio sessions. Expect a rollicking exploration of tone, texture and banging rhythm, within an electrified dance-floor-ready framework....view item »

Spectres
WTF

What the actual fook… Sonic Cathedral has gone all out on a stonking lickle package for this record. If you’re a bit squeamish then you might wanna stop reading… The story goes that the song ‘Welcoming The Flowers’ was inspired by a conversation at a wedding where a family friend told a band member a shocking and ...view item »

Beatrice Dillon
Can I Change My Mind?

Beatrice Dillion has been making waves in the last few years with collaborations with Rupert Clervaux, a show on NTS Radio, a split 12” with Karen Gwyer, records on Where To No...view item »

DJ Koze
Knock Knock

Extremely weird dance music hermit DJ Koze has found the time between an inexplicable raft of Ibiza appearances to create Knock Knock. Featuring a raft of guests (Bon Iver, Róisín Murphy, Mano le Tough), the album is an arr...view item »

Circling Vultures
Game of Chance

This four track EP is the follow up record by Circling Vultures called Game of Chance. Described as 'psychedelic machine music', this mini album is definitely one to add to your collection. A proper underground mix of club tunes that will make the impending apocalypse seem a little more real. Available on vinyl 12" and ...view item »

Taraval
No Coast

In four psychedelic and disorienting tracks, Taraval’s EP ‘No Coast’ immediately pushes the listener into claustrophobic isolation. Two tracks in though, and the native San Franciscan adds spatterings of colourful hopefulness, like an unexpected bunch of daffodils in a techno dungeon. It’s the electronic ...view item »

Taraval
Taraval II

New on Text and limited numbers so that should do it for you before you read a word but this is definitely worth a listen for those people who straddle the techno/house divide. Opener 'Where's Leon' is probably the best thing you are going to get on this EP or on any EP for the rest of this week. It begins with some driving Boiler Room-friendly ...view item »

Container
LP

This LP by Container is called LP and is released by Spectrum Spools, but please note that it is wholly different to the previous Container LPs released by Spectrum Spools, also called LP. This new one, recorded in 2017, is of course of a barrage of powerhouse techno with rough, grainy edges: d...view item »

Hieroglyphic Being
The Language of Strings

A nat’s crochet after the drop of new Hieroglyphic Being LP The Red Notes via Soul Jazz, the one born Jamal Moss...view item »

Surgeon
Force + Form Remakes

Late 90’s hard techno business from master of this-sort-of-thing Surgeon. Force + Form Remakes accompanies the reissue of the album, with Surgeon himself providing two brand new spins on the material, as well as a ...view item »

Steve Moore
Zen Spiders / Lwaxana

Synthesizer virtuoso Steve Moore pops up all over the place: Static Caravan, L.I.E.S, Cuneiform, Death Waltz, Kompakt...view item »

Steffi
Waking States

This two-track release from Steffi contains songs that can be played at full blast in a club at 4am, or when you're just wanting to escape for a little while into some atmospheric electronic music. Waking States is a fine balance of party and downtime, and is a limited edition release on Ostgut Ton. ...view item »

SSJJ and Devin Dare
APRON32

What could very well be the heaviest and most thudding sounding bass drum I've ever heard on an opening track, APRON32 is the release from SSJJ and Devin Dare on Apron. This two track split Vinyl 12" is a cracking addition to any 'sort-of' hip-hop record collection and is a genuinely decent attempt at the lo-fi vibe.&nb...view item »

Bulkhead
Aft Pleasure

A thirteen track release from Bulkhead called Aft Pleasure. This is their debut record and it's got a whole load of techno influenced tracks on it. A nice little touch from the band is that they've put together a bonus CD 'DETROIT ~ LIVE AT THE SHELTER' with both the vinyl copy and the CD. Released on 2MR. ...view item »

Spiral Deluxe
Tathata

Detroit hero Jeff Mills is on a mission to push Techno as far as it can be, diving into wider and wider genres with his 909 and sequencers. Spiral Deluxe is his improv jazz meets techno live band. Live recordings taken from their tour at the end of 2016, and presented in high definition 48k 32 b...view item »

Tony Allen / Ricardo Villalobos
Dekmantel 10 Years 10.1

Wrapping up a ten-EP series in celebration of as many years active, the Dutch imprint Dekmantel commissions from minimal techno heavyweight Ricardo Villalobos a whopping half-hour remix of Tony Allen’s 1999 tune ‘Asiko (In A Silent Mix)’. Villalobos weaves new effects and synthetic materials in...view item »

Transformation / Beau Wanzer
Kozmik / Orbit

This split 12” on Nation offshoot Kode plays two of techno’s more idiosyncratic voices off against each other. Transformation’s offering is a...view item »

Gigi Masin / Vakula / Roman Flügel
Dekmantel 10 Years 01

The only sensible way to celebrate a decade of putting out records is to… put out records! That’s what Dekmantel are doing: in fact, they are doing a series of ten EPs this year! This is the first edition, featuring exclusive and propulsive cuts from Gigi Masin, R...view item »

Burnt Friedman / Ectomorph / Juju & Jordash / Fatima Yamaha
Dekmantel 10 Years 05

Record label anniversaries do provide the perfect opportunity to look backwards to past favourites and forwards to new activities all at once. Dekmantel’s 10 Years EP series is a great example, particularly part 5, which h...view item »

Tony Allen / Motor City Drum Ensemble
Dekmantel 10 Years 10.2

Dekmantel’s tenth-birthday vinyl series rounds out with possibly the strongest release of the lot. Tony Allen’s 1999 Afro-futurist masterpiece ‘Asiko (In A Silent Mix)’ stands with the best of anything that the Afrobeat legend has done in his long career. Conjuring the sort of lights-low ...view item »

Ross From Friends
Family Portrait

Give Rossie the CDJs, Marcel. While he may have originally emerged back in 2015 as the clown prince of lo-fi house, Ross From Friends showed off a more mature aesthetic when he debuted on Brainfeeder in early 2018. He follows up that EP, Aphelion, with his first full-length. Family Portrait...view item »

L.B. Dub Corp
Side Effects

You may know Luke Slater best from his work in Planetary Assault Systems, but he also has a side-hustle in the form of techno project L.B. Dub Corp. Side Effects, the first LBDC release since 2013’s Unknown Origin LP for Ostgut Ton, has turned up on Slate...view item »

LA-4A
Slackline

Berlin-based Kevin McHugh, aka Ambivalent, joins forces with CPU under his latest alter ego, LA-4A. His newest, 'Slackline', is a four-track EP comprising uncompromising, unrelenting techno, seasoned with interwoven break beats, refined sampling and a veritable onslaught of dance-floor-ready bangers....view item »

1991
1991 (Expanded Edition)

Everyone's favourite slab of industrial ambience returns for a full service! 1991 made 1991 but not in 1991 -- that was Nirvana with Nevermind. A gorgeously singular assimilation of alien soundscapes and exploratory beatwork saw this shoot into the hearts of many a Norman workerbee. It'...view item »


Waves of the Future

Lovely stuff here from Alessando Adriani’s Mannequin Records here. Mannequin celebrates hitting 100 releases with this eight-track double-LP, featuring one from Adriani - a dope coldwave/acid techno collab with An-i - and the rest from producers who haven’t put out solo releases for ...view item »

Sharplines / Nathaniel
Out of Control

I’m fairly certain that Sharplines and possibly Nathaniel are aliases of Michael Wollenhaupt aka Ancient Methods and that Persephonic Sirens is his label. He announced this release via his Facebook page and the previews are on his SoundCloud page... so you do th...view item »

Sciahri
Behind The Line

This is the second solo EP from Italian DJ/ producer Sciahri - the first came out in 2014 on the Zenker Brothers Ilian Tape label. He’s also half of UNKNOT (along with Emanuele Porcinai) who...view item »

Bicep
Glue

Taking its cues from UK Garage and embracing the visceral power of rave, Northern Irish electronic duo Bicep have had critics falling over themselves to praise their self-titled debut. Glue is the second single to be lifted from it and it has been likened to FSOL and Orbital in their pomp. 180g ...view item »

Charlotte de Witte
The Healer EP

Belgian DJ and producer Charlotte de Witte got out five EPs last year, and continues to be a veritable techno factory in 2018 with this, her third for the year so far. Title track is shuddering, high-tempo atmospherics with skittering hats, carried on a belt of intense choir drones and noirish synth strings. The EP continues wit...view item »

Kölsch
1989

1989 marks the third and final installment of Kölsch’s autobiographical trilogy. It being the year he hit his teens and his parents getting divorced, Kölsch disappeared into music. Uplifting, colourful, and playful soundtracking through techno, house and classical score with collaborator...view item »

Bambounou
Parametr Perkusja

Parisian party guy Bambounou’s first new release in about three years is also his debut on Don’t DJ’s DISK. In keeping with other DISK fare, Parametr Perkusja is a record of minimal left-field techno characterised by unusual and innovative rhythm tracks. Case in point:...view item »

Linkwood
Volume One

Edinburgh-based producer Linkwood sets up Night Theatre label as a base for his own productions. If Volume One is anything to go by, it’s a label to keep an eye on. The two tunes here are both hypnotic club rollers that show great range. ‘Minemeld’ is a beautifully restrained bit ...view item »

E-Saggila
Dedicated to Sublimity

E-Saggila returns to NYC fire-starters BANK (Via App, Bookworms) for another EP of brutalised club fare. Dedicated To Sublimity picks up where her previous BANK release ‘Striving For Action’/‘Lounge Experience’ left off, juxtaposing almost-pretty...view item »

Giant Swan
High Waisted

Mannequin Records (Alessandro Adriani, Doris Norton) have an offshoot called Death Of The Machines which they use to debut experimental club fare. They’ve struck gold with High Waisted, a four-track EP by Bristolian group Giant Swan. The duo have ...view item »

Mutant Beat Dance
Mutant Beat Dance

This self-titled record from Mutant Beat Dance is more of a debut opus than a debut LP. Featuring 25 tracks spread out over six (!) records/two CDs, and with the box-set including a booklet, Mutant Beat Dance is a lavish piece. With so much time to play with the music here is unsurprisingly varied. Founding members ...view item »

Sam KDC
Of Myth & Mercury

Some more deep techno cuts here on Auxiliary with Sam KDC’s Of Myth & Mercury EP. The four track EP showcases the intricate and atmospheric techno Sam KDC can create. The tracks have filmic ele...view item »

Samuel Kerridge
The Silence Between Us

EBM influences have been around in techno for donkey’s. Old Belgian gear in particular grew out of that stuff. Folks like Regis, Terence Fixmer, Adam X etc. were all at it ages ago - incorporating it into a more modern techno sound. Now in 2017 it...view item »

Parrish Smith
Sex, Suicide & Speed Metal

Parrish Smith inhabits his own world of industrial electronic post punk, obsessing over analogue equipment whilst channeling Suicide’s Alan Vega and Mute label owner, Daniel Miller. Sex, Suicide and Speed Metal is his new EP. In the past the Dutch producer has had a b...view item »

Jared Wilson
Ghost Miners II

Detroit beatsmith Jared Wilson may have birthed the first historic memorial acid techno LP last year with Ghost Miners, a record dedicated to those who toiled their lives away to provide us with shiny bits for our Rolexes. Techno doesn’t seem to have an affinity for bijou wristwear though, because you can’t see watches in th...view item »

Burma Camp
Burma Camp

The KVB premiered their Burma Camp guise back in 2013 with a 10-inch on Shifted’s Avian sister label Mira… and then nothing. I couldn’t be happier to have these guys back in full o...view item »

Saturne
Trace Elements

Some deep techno here from Saturne with Trace Elements out on Auxiliary. Saturne comes from the combination of ASC ...view item »

Russell Haswell
As Sure As Night Follows Day (Autechre, Powell, Stingray Remixes)

Autechre remixes don’t come round that often but here’s one for pal Russell Haswell that has the duo remoulding ‘Heavy Handed Sunset’ into their ‘Conformity Version’. The only thing it really conforms to being, is their idiosyncratic vision o...view item »

Ross 154
Fragments

From the mists of 1993 and Eevo-Lute, it's Ross 154 (Jochem Peteri / Newworldaquarium) with Fragments. 4 slices of deep, opaque, mysterious techno and soft ambient interludes. Recorded at Stefan Robbers' parents' house in Eindhoven, the guys channeled their formative influences: hip hop, Brit Soul and Duran Duran melanc...view item »

Fluxion
Ripple Effect

When electro pioneer Fluxion gets creative, he really goes in. The result of a two-year experiment, this 9-track vinyl release is the soundtrack to a film that doesn't exist, an evocative and compelling record that weaves together a subliminal story with loosely structured film score tropes. Think less dance-floor bangers, more ...view item »

XOR Gate
Conic Sections

XOR Gate is a new alias of Gerald Donald. If I have to tell you who this man is, then quite frankly, your existence thus far has been a monumental failure. If you’re looking for some sort of credible, valuable critique of this record, then you’ve so come to the wrong place. If someone as much as mumbles the words Dopplereffekt or Dre...view item »

Cybotron
Enter

Back when I used to play with transformers and cock about playing on my ZX Spectrum I once went to a breakdance display at a local working mens club. One of the UK’s top crews were throwing down moves which blew me away, but I think I came away changed forever after hearing the tunes. That would be the beginning of a life long love affair ...view item »

Richard Fearless
Night Blind

Richard Fearless, of Death In Vegas, joins the Drone label’s white label series with this 12”. One track per side, exploring ambientish and acidish vibes respectively. Both cuts were recorded in Metal Box container studio. ...view item »

Resoe
Matrix Sequence EP

Welcome to Doof City, may I take your order? Three dark techno rollers here: ‘Ecto’ and ‘Mocto’ in particular clang and skitter with a furrowed-browed intensity. These will be a boon to any DJ who knows how to use them. Out on the always-beautifully-presented Echocord Colour series....view item »

Raw Ambassador
Mental Disorder

The secretive Raw Ambassador returns to Germany’s Mannequin Records with another volley of throbbing, lo-fi electro EDM. It’s all pulses, crashes and minimal progression. The title track clatters along with a punkish bass loop and wails, while ‘Bal’ is all distorted, sidechained filtering. On the flip, &l...view item »

Raw Ambassador
Shadows Of Evil

Antonio Barbetta’s Raw Ambassador moniker holds no punches or pretences, with releases on Reach Another System, Sama, and UN.T.O. he follows his namesake with raw and hard industrialised techno that is specifically made for underground clubs with strobes and cages, with an air of 80s doom. 12” on Man...view item »


Modeselektion Vol. 04

A good four years after Modeselektion Volume 3, the latest instalment of the much-loved Monkeytown Records series rolls into view. This time it’s dropping in collaboration with Ninja Tune and features a line-up full of big-hitters. Alongside the obligatory Modeselektor entry we ge...view item »

154
Strike

Originally released on Delsin back in 2004, it’s great to have this beauty of an album reissued and affordable, as original copies will set you back pure wonga. 154 and Ross 154 are lesser known aliases of Dutch producer Jochem Peteri who is most widely known as ...view item »

D.I.E / Various
The Men You'll Never See

Clone West Coast Series presents this 2018 remastered edition of a classic from their vaults. Originally released back in 2018, it includes Detroit In Effect's glistening, night drive electro bomb 'The Men You'll Never See (First Mix)' alongside a booming mix from ADULT. Plus, on the flipside lurks an off-kilter, dark and twisted synth-pop/...view item »

D.I.E.
The Men You'll Never See Pt.2

Clone West Coast Series presents a remastered edition of this sought after EP from 2003. It includes six tracks of pure electro magic from D.I.E. aka Detroit In Effect, the duo of Odell Perry and Tameko J. Williams, who also slipped few records out as Cybonix and M.A.P. This EP is a fine example of how they blur the lines between oldsk...view item »

Anthony Linell
Alienation From Self

Northern Electronics (The Empire Line, Varg) with another cheery-as-a-tax-return EP. In fairness, they do tend to be pretty good, and the latest one from label mainstay An...view item »

In Aeternam Vale
Funkytown

Funkytown: will you not take me there? A renowned synth user called In Aeternam Vale is considering it. Pulled out of his archival hat, this 12" delivers three irresponsible techno hits that both rave and rage, spanning an eleven year history of IAV dancefloor shenanigans. So... are you taking me to Funky...view item »

Buttechno
ZCAPRI

Buttechno is such a cool name, although I did originally read the press release as 'a faint rumble is heard from behind the horizon Buttechno cheeks'. It's a fart joke if you haven't already gathered, *one person slowly claps*. ZCAPRI is released on a four-track 12" vinyl, on Zodiac 44. This is the seventh...view item »

Le Officine Di Efesto (Donato Dozzy & Retina.it)
The Elements

Though their catalogue currently numbers under fifteen releases, Italy’s Spazio Disponibile are building a reputation as a voice to watch in European techno. They’ve scored another direct hit with The Elements, a five-track release from Le Officine Di Efesto (the collaborative project betwee...view item »

sɪŋkrɪtɪzəm
Our Souls Are In The Hands Of The Translator

Arcola Records (Nkisi, Rian Treanor) drop a new 12” from Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being under his new sɪŋkrɪtɪzəm alias. Our Souls Are In The Hands Of The Translator has comes through with two intriguing bits of cosmic acid. ‘Impoverished Spirits&rsqu...view item »

Radius
Obsolete Machines

Here’s a beauty - a real keeper and a treat for echospace [detroit] fans. Five cuts (arguably the highlights) lifted from the epic Radius ‘Obsolete Machines’ 2CD, luxuriously spread across two pieces of vinyl, and presented in lush screen-printed sleeves in an edition of 500 copies. Radius i...view item »

Rommek
Sedimentary - Set In Stone Trilogy

Rocks and stones are ever-powerful inspirations for creation, especially when it comes to pounding pummelling musics like techno. Rommek’s Set In Stone Trilogy continues apace with Sedimentary, a four-track set of industrial powerhouse cuts. ‘Arkose’ in particular has some nice Aphex...view item »

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