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Aphex Twin
Selected Ambient Works 85-92

Not sure that you need us 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 »

Cardopusher
A Convenient Excuse Pt.1

Catalan weirdo Cardopusher returns to Boysnoize (Jensen Interceptor, Spank Rock) with the first instalment in his A Convenient Excuse series. The five tunes of Pt. 1 are rough and ready club takes which combine several strands of techno to good effect. Acid, ja...view item »

Pangaea
Bone Sucka

This heavy new twelve of oldskool breakbeat techno/hardcore/house schooled cuts by Kevin McAuley aka Pangea (also one third of Hessle Audio) goes out to all the suckers of bones out there - presumably various dogs. Despite quite a dark style, his scattered range of samples comes across as a...view item »

Overmono
Raft Living

Raft Living is the new EP from brothers Truss & Tessela who make up Overmono. In these tracks you will find breakbeats, 130 bpm hardcore jungle, and an earworm to die for. This is the first time the brothers have recorded for their own Poly Kicks label as Overmono and it&rsquo...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 »

SK U KNO (Suzanne Kraft)
U KNO

Netherlands-based Suzanne Kraft (a bloke named Diego, by the way) previously spotted on pal Jonny Nash’s label Melody as Truth label and now on No 'Label' with another LP. U KNO reproduces material performed live last year, ranging all sorts from woozy interludes and ambient dreamscapes to ra...view item »

O/H
Market Values

Even by their usual standards, Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. imprint are playing hardball at the moment. Around the same time as their rough-as-owt drops from Beau Wanzer...view item »

Collin Strange
s/t

No messing from Collin Strange (yep, with two ‘L’s) here. The producer’s self-titled second EP for L.I.E.S. (Beau Wanzer, ...view item »

Various
Patina Echoes

Patina Echoes is a compilation that sees the Timedance label giving the kids a run out, or showcasing new talent at least. Simo Cell, Metrist, Cleyra, Neinzer, Rae, Via Maris, Nico and Neinzer are among the fres...view item »

A New Line (Related)
A Roomful of Lovers

Limited hand painted 7" following on from critically acclaimed Dead Albatross nominated LP on Home Assembly. Features an original cut of non-album track 'A Roomful of Lovers' plus a Miles Whittaker (Demdike Stare) edit.  A New Line (Related) is the solo project of Andrew Johnson (Remote Viewer, Hood) creating gorgeous, minimal swathes of am...view item »

Terence Fixmer
Through The Cortex

Terence Fixmer’s back on Ostgut Ton with a new LP. Through The Cortex is the producer’s sixth full-length (though first for the Berghain’s label) and having been around the block a few times the Frenchman is trying something a little different this time. It’s still techno, for su...view item »

Beneath
Cloudy

Happy to see Blackest Ever Black’s A14 sister label back in action with a plate from No Symbols/Mistry bossman Beneath. The first of two cyberdelic techno steppers is ‘Cloudy’ which has me imaging being on the dancefloor at a DMZ night, looking up at the DJ booth, only to discover the disc jockey is actually none other ...view item »

Billy Nightmare
Reality Check

Some ye olde Chicago House fayre here. Billy Nightmare dropped the Reality Check EP in 1996 around the same time that he was also putting stuff out on labels like Trax under the moniker Mystic Bill. The four tunes here are elegant house tunes with earworm basslines. Originally released ...view item »

DJ Lag
Stampit EP

South Africa's gqom pioneer DJ Lag is certainly no slouch when it comes to making dancefloor killers. Lag's Stampit EP follows his self-titled debut of 2016 and features 4 more hard-edged percussive cuts. Heavy hitting drums are at the fore of the sound Lag introduced to Durban and the world. It's rhythmic, it's potent,...view item »

Infiniti
Skynet

Juan Atkins put out Skynet under his Infiniti moniker twenty years ago, so seeing as the thing’s birthday was coming up Tresor...view item »

Soluce
Birth

Vibrant Music continue to release music that is vibrant with Birth, an album by Soluce. That’s the long-time-coming collaboration between Konstantinos Soublis (Fluxion) and Savvas Ystatis (Omicron in the 90s), who are not only firm old friends but neighbou...view item »

The Field
Infinite Moment

Hope is something we could do with in 2018. Axel Willner AKA The Field had been toying with various new ideas for his sixth full length album before realising perhaps that we could do with an album that is warm and comforting. Therefore 'Infinite Moment' is hued with a rich gauze of straight to the heart electronics to soot...view item »

Planetary
Origins EP

Dan Curtin’s Planetary project made a couple of EPs of astral techno in the early ‘90s. The second of these, 1993’s Origins, combined keening synths and plenty of psychedelic production tricks with clattering breaks. It's deep-space stuff. With the current trend for revivalist rave sou...view item »

Garies
Dull Clunk

The brilliantly-named Garies - a duo comprised of New Jackson and Lumigraph - drop an LP via Major Problems (Compassion Crew, Frank B). Dull Clunk is a club record that shows good range over the course of its eight tracks. There’s...view item »

John Shima
Stealth EP

John Shima follows his recent releases on FireScope with a brand new EP on DMK, titled "Stealth". Previous EP 'Elements Unknown' garnered widespread acclaim for its emotionally charged, electro-tinged techno along the lines of UK stalwarts B12, classic Stasis and Kirk Degiorgio. The new release features 4 t...view item »

Lawrence
Illusion

After a couple of LPs for Mule Musiq, Illusion sees Lawrence back on Dial, the label he founded alongside Carsten Jost and Turner. This is another record of finely-calibrated central European techno and deep house from the one born Peter Kersten. The li...view item »

Various
Air Texture Vol.VI – Selected by Steffi and Martyn

The Air Texture series reaches volume six and for the occasion drafts in Steffi and Martyn for another double-CD's worth of previously unreleased gems. Consider the calibre of the selectors -- famous both for their individual spins on house and techno -- and then consider the brief as per usual:...view item »

Nomadico
The Code Switcha

After a few drops on Underground Resistance, Dan Caballero has taken to putting out his Nomadico records via his own Yaxteq in recent years. The Code Switcha finds the artist also known as DJ Dex putting his own spin on classic Detroit techno and electro sounds. Occasio...view item »

Torn Hawk
Time Is A Scam

Luke Wyatt, the Brooklyn-based electronic musician behind Torn Hawk returns with his fifth album, Time Is A Scam. His previous albums have come to us via Valcron Video, Not For Fun Records and Mexican Summer. Now, he returns to L.I.E.S. though whom he released a number of EPs between 2012 and 2013. Double LP on L.I.E.S....view item »

Collector
Triple Crown

Collector is a new project from Australian Jason Campbell, the mind behind the synth meditations of Stitched Vision. As Collector he is just as interested in electronic sounds, but this time it's all about the rhythms: firm drum machine programming punching through Campb...view item »

Project Pablo
There’s Always More At The Store

Six months on from his first release on Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour - the excellent Hope You’re Well EP - and Project Pablo is back with the follow-up. Once more the Montreal producer serves up some breezy - but not lightweight - house jams on There’s Always More A...view item »

Terekke
Improvisational Loops

Terekke, whose work is usually heard on the banging L.I.E.S. label, here takes a meditative approach for Music From Memory. Improvisational Loops is as it claims to be: an organically-developed suite for digital synthesiser and looper. The album grew out of some yoga classes, so the music is appropriately new age tinged...view item »

Ayln
Rehtom

Nous returns from the Ayln aisle with a new batch of juddering rhythm jobs in Rehtom. These newuns continue to subject Berlin minimal techno to adventurous extrapolation, with the metallic clattering of tumbling pots and pans, factory floor whirring and grumbling robot intestines scattering around the usual floor throbs...view item »

Actress
R.I.P

“I'm just an instrument”, Darren Cunningham has stated recently. If so, he's surely constructed entirely from wires, circuits, buttons, plastic casing and keys so he must look bloody weird when he's stood in Tesco express ...view item »

Yuri Urano
Autline

Yet more club goodness from Central Processing Unit (BMX Krew, Paul Blackford) here. Yuri Urano’s style is a little more rough-and-ready than the buoyant electro fare the Sheffield label has become known for. Autline’s title track, for instance, is a clangin...view item »

Peverelist
IDLE050

Bristol’s Idle Hands celebrates hitting fifty releases by going back to where it all it began - Peverelist was responsible for the label’s first drop back in 2009. Though sounds and styles have come and gone in the intervening nine years, Pev's ability to create dancefloor movers remains unparalleled...view item »

Rhyw
Cave Walls (Part One)

Cassegrain member Alex Tsiridis takes it solo for a second time under his Rhyw alias. Cave Walls (Part One)...view item »

Omar S
One Of A Kind

Omar S doing some Omar S-type stuff here. The Detroit club gangster’s latest EP offers up three more tracks of deep, soulful techno. Anyone who’s enjoyed the lo-fi grit that Omar applied to recent drops like Your Socially Awkward Criminal will get plenty of mileage out of a jam like ‘Less Pain’. ...view item »

E-Unity
Tallarita EP

French producer E-Unity (one Loïc Berger) releases his inner bee for London’s FTD Records. The title track does a mode-switching dance around clubby references, which is both awkward and absolutely compelling at once. Nailed it. ‘Everlasting ...view item »

Kowton & Parris
Deep Concentration

You know this’ll be good… Kowton and Parris collaborating on a chunky slice of low-slung pulse and wobble. It's even called Deep Concentration...view item »

Umwelt / Ryan James Ford
Untitled

Two sides of club-ready tools from Repitch Recordings. On Untitled they've got two tracks a piece from New Flesh / Rave Or Die's Umwelt and Ryan James Ford. Value! Umwelt's pair fall on the grittier electro/acid spectrum, while Ford...view item »

51717 (Shadowlust)
Paranoia Star

51717 (Shadowlust) goes full-length for this new release on L.I.E.S.. Paranoia Star features not only tracks but actual songs, and is full of experimental electronics of various stripes as well as those lush L.I...view item »

Black Merlin
Kosua

Electronic artist Black Merlin is a guy who usually goes by the far more normal name of George Thompson. Kousa is his second album and sees him completely immersing himself in the life and culture of Papua New Guinea. This obsession came about following his first album Hipnotik Tradisi as he wante...view item »

Passarani
W.O.W.

Italo-Disco legend Marco Passarani drops his first full-length in six years on Offen. Nothing to upset the apple-cart across the eight tracks of ...view item »

Nick Klein
Bathroom Wall

Brooklyn-based Nick Klein checks in again after January’s Lowered Flaming Coffin EP for Alter. Now he’s on BANK Records and aiming high with Bathroom Wall, a filthy electro EP about a mouldy-looking urinal. The material originates in modular synth...view item »

Porter Ricks
Shadow Boat EP

Returning after a whopping 17 year hiatus, Porter Ricks are back. The duo return with Shadow Boat EP, a deeply nuanced comeback that explores unfathomable ambience. Glitchy and gurgling synths ebb away across the 3-track offering, which concludes at the pulsating, dancefloor-ready Ha...view item »

T&K Crew
Memory Child

Posthuman’s Balkan Vinyl imprint (Mark Archer, Perseus Traxx) drop an EP centred on T&K Crew’s ‘Memory Child’. The original is acid (it’s always acid with this lot) with a nice techno bite to it. Three remixes each give the tune...view item »

Linkwood
Fresh Gildans

Are you allowed to go at 150 BPM? Isn't that one of the forbidden tempos? Well no one ever told Linkwood who's determined the make you dance (fidget?) faster than you thought you could. Fresh Gildans features three new tracks from the electrofunk producer. But don't get too excited, the B-side tak...view item »

Spiral Deluxe
Voodoo Magic

Rather than a lady, Spiral Deluxe are channelling Voodoo Magic but thats not the only thing of note about this supergroup, their drummer and percussionist is none other than Jeff Mills. Yes that Jeff Mills. They are a group of skilled musicians making music with no creative boundaries blending jazz, funk pop, house and techno in...view item »

Various
Spectral 139

Spectral Sound are turning 18! And to celebrate their newfound ability to legally purchase pints, they’re releasing a fantastic sampler covering a wide range of genres, from dub to techno to acidic funk. Spectral 139...view item »

L.B. Dub Corp
Roar

Luke Slater. A totemic figure in the world of Techno. A fixed point in the graph since techno existed and a stalwart of the UK midpoint in the Detroit - European scene / axis. Here he is, doing his 'stripped-back', mechanistic and hard-grooving thing as L.B. Dub Corp: three tracks of hand-carved majesty brought ...view item »

Marcel Dettmann
Test-File

One of the living giants of today’s techno scene, Marcel Dettmann, of Club Berghain’s Ostgut Ton, is not one to sit still. Whenever he leaves the Berlin bunker it’s generally to drop a 12” of dark and bleak techno. Test-File counts 6 tracks and 22 minutes, all of which dance-able, and co...view item »

Isabella
Whistle

He’s a busy bee, that Peder Mannerfelt. As well as touring and releasing his own records at a rate of knots, the Swedish producer also manages to make time for running his own Peder Mannerfelt Produktion label. The latest PMP drop comes courtesy of Boston-based artist Isabella. The five tr...view item »

Tzusing
東方不敗

Translating to Invincible East, 東方不敗 by chinese producer Tzusing is his first full length and after releasing three EPs with the label, it makes sense for it to be released through L.I.E.S.. An intriguing mix of Blackest Ever Black/early Coil territory minimal post industrial with a col...view item »

Krikor Kouchian
Pacific Alley In Dub

Krikor Kouchian returns to L.I.E.S. with dubbed and clubbed out remixes from his Pacific Alley album. To clarify, yes, this is dub techno, wit hall the reverb and bass that keeps you coming back. The bass lines are particularly endearing, all funky and sun drenched, but ...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 »

Juan Atkins
Dimensions / Flash Flood

Life's Good is a new label about to bring us reissued classics from the golden age of Detroit / European Techno. Their inaugural release is this lush double-header from Juan Atkins: Dimensions / Flash Flood. Originally recorded in the early 1990s and issued on the famous "Panic In Detroit" compilation f...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 »

Radius
Interpolation Tapes [Restoration 3/3]

Hooray for dub techno! The good people at echospace [detroit] have worked very very hard to rescue the aged original tapes that Radius recorded his interpolations on. As the name implies Interpolation Tapes [Restoration 3/3] is the third act in this labour of love. ...view item »

Otik
Top Ten EP

After a run of releases on labels including Dext Recordings and Brotherhood Sound System, young talent Otik moves to the next level and drops via Keysound (Wen, Okzharp & Samrai). The tunes that make up Top Ten are a fresh mix of so...view item »

Lurka
Heat Mover / Battery

This particular Norman Records™ descriptions writer gets very excited when he hears that there’s a new Timedance drop on the horizon. Over the past couple of years the Bristol label has established itself as one of the true innovators in the city’s exciting soundsystem techno scene. Lurka, a se...view item »

Conforce pres. Silent Harbour
Noctiluca

Sometimes in this life it’s nice to know what you’re getting yourself in for. There are a few labels around in the clubsphere at the moment where you can rely on each new release to do the same thing very well. Echochord is one of these. For over ...view item »

Steven Rutter & John Shima
Step Into The Light

FireScope Records is run by one Steven Rutter who on Step Into The Light is collaborating with John Shima. These tracks all carry an optimism that is more than welcome in 2018. Addictive drum buttons layered with a warm ambience contrast with tracks that...view item »

Linkwood / Fudge Fingas / The Complainers
EP2

The strange house sounds put out by the Firecracker Recordings label from 2004 onwards are back in circulation: the EPs produced by the Linkwood / Fudge Fingas axis are now being pressed up again for the people. EP2 also has a track from The Complainers, as well as a skit, if you feel s...view item »

Differ-Ent
It's Good to Be Differ-Ent

‘It’s Good to Be Differ-Ent’ is the release from DJ Bone under his pseudo name ‘Differ-Ent’. This record has been described as a thunderous and paranoid collection of music that has been mastered to align with more new-wave experimental techno, rather than old schoo...view item »

Black Merlin
Oba Enka

George Thompson is the man behind the mysterious Black Merlin project if you didn't know; mystique somewhat vaporised. Here he is for his first EP on Mannequin records, and it's a three-track thumper. Bringing the Noir to techno and the voodoo to the dance-floor once again, some manic bass-lines with unrepentant drones and pumme...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 »

Thomas Fehlmann
Los Lagos

Thomas Fehlmann has been keeping busy. Just three months after the release of The Orb’s No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds LP, Fehlmann is set to drop his first solo full-length since 2010’s Gute Luft. Los Lagos contains eight polished pieces of techno and features a collaboration...view item »

Brendon Moeller
Set In Motion EP

The newest EP from Brendon Moeller, also known as Echologist and Beat Pharmacy, is a dubby affair. Reminiscent of Basic Channel’s finest, ...view item »

Shake
5% Solution

Prayers have been answered! This sought after 4-track EP is a secret weapon, high on many a Detroit techno fiend's wants list. Originally released on Juan Atkins hallowed Metroplex imprint back in 1993 -- the same year Anthony "Shake" Shakir released his debut under the Shake handle on Kevin Saunderson's KMS sister label Trance Fusion. Shake has...view item »

Rhythm & Sound w/ Tikiman
Music A Fe Rule

Under the name Rhythm & Sound, Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus finally saw the opportunity to showcase and develop their love for reggae. For Music a Fe Rule, they combined their affinity with dub techno (as the legendary duo Basic Channel) with the laid-back patois of Tikiman, ...view item »

Rhythm & Sound
Carrier

Rhythm & Sound’s hard-to-find dub techno smash hit (as far as dub techno has smash hits, of course) finally back on wax. One of eight releases by Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus, better known as Basic Channel, under the R&S moniker. Carrier is classic EP for anybody who loves dub ...view item »

Rhythm & Sound
Trace

Arguably one of my favourite press releases: 'Trace 9:00, Imprint 16:24'. Completely lacking any information whilst simultaneously giving you all the  information you need. Track name and when it's on. Brilliant. Trace is the heavy electronic and ambient release from Rhythm & Sound that's available on vinyl 12"...view item »

Posthuman
The Snake Bites Twice

Posthuman present four new powerful slices of their sound, featuring (we are promised) even more energy than their previous releases. The Snake Bites Twice is positively drenched in acid, and tracks like ‘...view item »

Patricia
Free Lunch

After releases on labels like Spectral Sound and Opal Tapes, Patricia makes the switch to Nona Records (Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Kadaver) for the latest drop. The one born Max Ravitz - you may also know him as any from Inhalants...view item »

John Beltran
Ten Days Of Blue

Classic '90s ambient-techno album alert! It's a crisp new reissue, a repress of John Beltran's emotively delicate and expansive Ten Days Of Blue. The original LP was issued in 1996; another wonderful record to follow up Beltran's debut 'Earth & Nightfall' and a precursor to the altogether more far-away wistful 'Movi...view item »

Recondite
Rainmaker

After posting two entries on their Realm Of Consciousness compilations, German mainstay Recondite can now add a full EP for Afterlife to a CV that already includes drops on Ghostly International, Hotflush and Innervisions. The six tracks that compr...view item »

Marquis Hawkes
The Marquis of Hawkes

Like many of today’s electronic artists, Marquis Hawkes bases himself in Berlin. On his new album The Marquis Of Hawkes he takes us on a journey through beatless drones, deep dub, body jerkers and some retro bass jabs. Jamie Lidell and Ursula Rucker make guest appearances. Double LP on Hou...view item »

A Sagittariun
The Circle Stops Somewhere

Sagittariuns, eh. Generous, funny, impatient, and - on the evidence of A Sagittariun’s The Circle Stops Somewhere - into raving. Originally issued way back in 2011, the influence of Nick Harris’ first EP under this name can be heard in subsequent works by the likes of Floating P...view item »

SS MD / Pye Corner Audio
Issue No. Twenty-Two

You'll want this. It's a very limited split 12" between everyone's favourite Head Technician Pye Corner Audio who contributes three brand new tracks and Silent Servant & Marcel Dettmann who hook up together as SS & MD to provide one side long track. Out on Jealous God.  Clear vinyl all gone now so don't get hop...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 »

Various
Total 18

In the year of their twenty-fifth birthday, how apt that Kompakt should run the latest instalment of their Total series to twenty-five tracks? Well, on the CD at least - th...view item »

Apparat
The Devil’s Walk

I had a gripe last week about electronic artists putting vocals on stuff. On the opening track here Apparat do a nice if Sigur Ros-leaning track which carried on nicely from the Plaid album I've just got so excited about. Yet track two employs a vocalist, technically perfect but lacki...view item »

Kolsch
1983

On double 12” vinyl or CD from Kompakt. The follow up to Kölsch’s 2013 album 1977 is 1983. Inspired by long car journeys taken during his childhood, it’s happy go-lucky, summer-filled, vibrant techno. Features collaborative tracks with Gregor Schwellenbach, Waa In...view item »

Lucy
Tarkomania

Electronic bod Luca Mortellaro aka Lucy aka label head of Stroboscopic Artefacts unleashes this three tracker onto 10" wax. Expect dark-hued angular dancefloor that is both mysterious and succinct. A small glimpse into the world of this famously nuanced electronic composer.  A unique object and the latest in a lin...view item »

Carl Craig
Carl Craig Sessions

Carl Craig is a phenomenal Motor City DJ-producer with an impressive back catalogue; Sessions is a timely reminder. There are early Paperclip People tracks and ma...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 »

Broken English Club / Claus Fuss
Citrinitas Edition

Split twelve of dark, heavy sounds from Khemia Records between Broken English Club and Claus Fuss. On the A-side of Citrinitus Edition, with its indecipherably ranted vocals, darkly comic bass pattern and a title that spells “of” with a [v], the Broken English Club cut is straight out of the...view item »

Serena Butler
We Want Neither Clean Hands Nor Beautiful Souls

Amen to that! We Want Neither Clean Hands Nor Clean Souls sees Serena Butler surface on Lucy’s Stroboscopic Artefacts. The surroundings suit Butler nicely, and the heads-down techno of ‘Globular Hymen’ and ‘Science Is Not An Expression But A Suspension Of Gender&...view item »

Various
Don't Mess With Cupid, 'Cause Cupid Ain't Stupid

Nina Kraviz’s TRIP hits twenty releases with this compilation. Don’t Mess With Cupid, ‘Cause Cupid Ain’t Stupid features old TRIP faves - Bjarki, Biogen, Kraviz herself - alongside some big pulls like Aphex Twin alias Uni...view item »

Deepchord
Immersions

Rod Modell is back in his long-running Deepchord guise with a long-awaited solo LP on Astral Industries. 'Immersions' comprises two beautiful, expansive long-form pieces, each adorning a side of the record. It's that wonderfully emotional, elegiac sound we're accustomed to: sparkling and elegant...view item »

Stave
ATK EP

Chicagoan producer Stave drops his first record on the extremely impressive UVB-76 (Pessimist, Outer Heaven). As anyone familiar with the imprint will be expecting, the ATK EP is a set of spooky and claustrophobic rave fare. This one eschews the darkside junglism of the label’s last couple of drops for a visc...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 »

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 »

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 »

Daniel Avery
Song For Alpha

It’s taken five years but Daniel Avery’s follow-up to the well-received Drone Logic is finally here. Song For Alpha mixes techno and rave-inspired tunes with gentle ambient soundscapes effortlessly. It recalls the avant-garde ambient of William Basinski, Warp’s early ‘90s Artificial Intel...view item »

Answer Code Request
Gens

Four years on from the debut Answer Code Request LP Code and the Berghain resident issues this murky, tense follow-up. Gens is a pretty unremitting listen. Most of the tracks here see monolithic four-on-the-floors shrouded in great billows of hissing reverb. Unearthly synths and clanking percussion skulk in the...view item »

Helena Hauff
Discreet Desires

‘Discreet Desires’ is the debut solo album from German electro artist Helena Hauff. Driven by a fascination with the relationship between artist and machine, Hauff creates a spontaneous, analogue generated techno, through freestyle jams and improvisation. Her debut release reflects her love for musical subcultures such as punk, nu wa...view item »

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