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Derek Carr
Contact

Subwax Bcn sub-label Subwax Excursions (Future Beat Alliance, Metro Area) drop this LP of Midwest fetishism from Irish producer Derek Carr. We don’t mean that in a bad way, mind - Contact contains eight impeccably executed homages to the spacey te...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 »

Factory Floor
A Soundtrack For A Film

Factory Floor are a band preoccupied mostly with the post-industrial world; with technology, with art's modernist mode -- with Futurism, in fact -- so it was almost inevitable that, if they were to create a film score it would be for something as visionary as Fritz Lang's forever lauded cinema masterpiece, the silent sci-fi clas...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 »

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 »

Global Electronic Network
Time Square

Berlin’s Sound Metaphors reissues a Mille Plateaux gem from 1994, namely Global Electronic Network’s (aka Cologne’s Khan & Walker) Time Sq...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 »

Baba Stiltz
Can't Help It / This Is It (Body Mix)

After releases on Pubic Possession and The Trilogy Tapes, Swedish producer Baba Stiltz A.K.A. Mrs Qeada/The Bethlehem Beard Corporation returns to Studio Barnhus with this two track 12”. Think Deep house meets pop with a Roosevelt like warmth, groove and softly sung vocal,...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 »

Karim Maas
Old World Disorder EP

Extremely moody electronic music from the UVB-76 Music crew. Karim Maas blends noisy techno, break beats, and just the right amount of bass to elicit a sense of dread worth of that album artwork. The Old World Disorder EP features four tracks by Maas as well as a remix f...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 »

Beau Wanzer
s/t

Chicago weirdo Beau Wanzer returns to Ron Morelli’s Long Island Electrical Systems with a typically idiosyncratic EP. This self-titled affair...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 »

Legowelt
Omnibus Babylon EP

Legowelt’s been around the block enough times now to what makes a good club tune. Keep the bass bouncy, the drums shuffling and the synths chirpy and you’re most of the way there. Omnibus Babylon is ...view item »

Bicep
Opal (Four Tet Remix) / Helix

My God look at this thing. Bicep's slithery piece of electronic brilliance remixed by none other than Four Tet. The original is a cracker but you don't get that here. Instead you get the 'Tet mix and an original (I Presume) called 'Helix'. Not actually sure as I can't find anything on the whole wide internet.&nb...view item »

Radius
Obsolete Machines [Variant Reworks]

Ten years of variants, reworks, and redesigns from Radius. On Obsolete Machines [Variant Rewords] Stephen Hitchell takes dub techno to its Nth degree, and dubs out his own dub techno tracks. The amount of space he's found in these tracks is truly remarkable. FFO: Techno from very far away....view item »

cv313
Beyond Dreams [Analog Passages]

They've released as many records as I've started save files on Pokemon Blue, and still Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell graft. Yet another entry into their cv313 series sees them create longform "analog passages" that are likely immersive, blissful and ethereal, all staple vibes of their dub techno aesthetic. This one s...view item »

Helena Hauff
Qualm

Expert DJ Helena Hauff presents her second full length - a suite of her own productions, which are potent enough to stand tall alongside any of the gritty, futuristic electro she might choose to spin of an evening. Qualm is made up of direct hardware jams, and has appropriately hard-kicking results: ready for the floor,...view item »

Severed Heads
Big Saints Reward (1988- 1990 Dubs)

EP available on 12” vinyl on Optimo Trax. With a lot of comparisons drawn between Australia’s Severed Heads and Kraftwerk in their musical and working style, you can certainly see their effect on modern day electronic music. Big Saints.. is a collection of tracks that have had minimal remast...view item »

Simple Elements
9.2%

Originally on Ideal Trax in the mid '90s -- what a time for Techno -- Simple Elements' 9.2% gets a much-awaited reissue on Prisoner Of Sound Records. Presented as it was in 1997 -- a double-pack 12" featuring 6 tracks -- this is storming stuff from Brum; the artist was Nicky B, the resident DJ at l...view item »

Lory D
Jam With Deaf Cats

Cats. Our feline friends are not noted for their appreciation of head-shaking, foot-stomping minimal acid-techno.. Although they are creatures of the night. Even deaf ones. So Lory D releases his latest 12", an EP on Seilscheibenpfeiler Schallplatten Berlin called 'Jam With Deaf Cats', containing therein 4 ...view item »

Nicolas Bougaïeff
Permutation Djinn

Permutation Djinn is a record by Nicolas Bougaïeff that is inspired by Permutation City, a novel by Greg Egan. With touches of music familiar to the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Charlotte de Witte and Chris Liebing, this is one that contains head banging, floor fil...view item »

Paranoid London
Paranoid London

Some dance floor delivery from Paranoid London. This self-titled release features the tried and tested booty mover "Paris Dub". As a whole, the record does not let up and is packed with certified acid house vibes throughout. Striding all things Detroit, Chicago, techno and house these jams will work everywhere - one for the head...view item »

Fatima Yamaha
Imaginary Lines

Fatima Yamaha has been happy enough to wait more than a decade between 2004’s very popular first release A Girl Between Two Worlds and an actual debut full-length album. Here it is now though! Imaginary Lines is a shiny realm of synth-melodies and driving pulses, assembled with skill worth waiting for. On...view item »

The Conservatives
Terrorama

This is a new project from the duo of I-f and John Scheffer AKA The Parallax Corporation. Known for their Pitchfork-approved electro-pop it really isn't the best idea for them to call themselves the Conservatives. I mean, there's just nothing good about the Conservatives never mind cool. They might want to have a re-think on tha...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 »

Randomer
Slicing

Here we find Randomer return to Dekmantel’s UFO Series for the latest set of his particularly brain-bending brand of soundsystem techno. The four dubs on Slicing all go equally hard, but in subtly different ways. For instance: while opener ‘Van Pelt’ recalls a toughene...view item »

Transllusion
A Moment Of Insanity

Clone's dedicated Drexciyan wing Clone Aqualung Series release a 4-track EP of tracks discovered on an old DAT. These previously unheard, futuristic Detroit techno/electro Transllusion productions from the mind of James Stinson (Drexciya, The Other People Place, Clarance G, Jack Peoples) ar...view item »

The Vision
Spectral Nomad

The Vision is an alias of a certain Robert Hood, the Detroit techno mastermind. Spectral Nomad dates back to 1996, when its tightly-packed minimal style caused a stir among the deep listeners and the club rollers alike. Saying that, these four tracks can still turn heads today. This exciting 12” r...view item »

Grand River
Crescente

Spazio Disponibile, a specialist label of minimal techno and ambient, will be especially familiar to anyone with an interest in its managers Donato Dozzy and Neel (known together as ...view item »

DJ Python
Dulce Compañia

DJ Python happens to hate it when you predict what a record is gonna sound like so keeps Dulce Compañia enraptured in sonic plot twists, moving deep house, shoegaze and reggaeton like building blocks into one consumable whole. It's a full alb...view item »

Radius
Obsolete Machines [STAGE TWO]

Remasters and a first release of some of the demos Radius sent off to Deepchord around the turn of the millennium. Now being released by echospace [detroit] these lost scuzzy dub techno chuggers are an all too rare chance to get to listen to Radius. Make the most of...view item »

Dopplereffekt / Objekt
Hypnagogia

Leisure System presents a new split from two much sought after techno acts. The ever-elusive Dopplereffekt, of whom next to nothing is really known, are dropping their first track for the label since their EP 'Tetrahymena' last year; they're joined by the slightly less impossible to track down Objekt, who continues to pr...view item »

Emptyset
Emptyset

Emptyset is the first record by literal-building-rattlers Emptyset, first released in 2009. Here we get an early version of the duo’s remarkably stern explorations of frequencies and vibrations, rhythms and outright bass-noise. Very precise, very intense, and often fairly danceable. Double LP reissue on Subtext....view item »

Lårry
sys_001

Uncertainty Principle is off to a flying start, following a cracker from FFT to kick off the label, and now a real smasher in the form of this remarkably strong debut 4-track EP from Berlin-based producer Lårry. It’s difficult to say how things will fully pan out for this label, but there’s certainly a common aesthetic ...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 »

Hiro Kone
Pure Expenditure

On Pure Expenditure, Hiro Kone, real name Nicky Mao, approaches electronic music with a brutal intent not heard since the earliest Factory Floor recordings. This all comes from Pure Expenditure's core theme, the non-utilitarian use of surplus energy. The album features the likes o...view item »

Tale Of Us
fabric 97: Tale Of Us

The long running Fabric CD series continues with a beguiling set of tracks from Italian duo Tale of Us, following several years after their appearance in the equally celebrated Renaissance mix series. Their trademark take on the dreamier, more melodic side of modern techno and house is presented in style....view item »

XOR Gate
Conic Sections

Tresor present yet another alias from Heinrich Mueller - real name Gerald Donald. The legendary Detroit producer has been behind some of the most impressive, immersive and cutting-edge electronic music to emerge from the motor city; Dopplereffekt, Drexciya, Elecktroids, Arpanet,Der Zyklus, Glass Domain, Intellitronic, Japanese Telecom, Rudo...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 »

Terre Thaemlitz / DJ Sprinkles
Deproduction EP 2

Terre Thaemlitz’s LP Deproduction was a bold, challenging and typically fearless piece of sound art. The arresting original of ‘Admit It’s Killing You (And Leave)’ brought together post-minimalist piano composition with discomforting samples. Here, all is stripped away bar the keys to leave an un...view item »

Rommek
Igneous - Set In Stone Trilogy

As Kelly Jayne Jones’ recent work has show us, rocks and stones are ever-powerful inspirations for creation. This is especially the case when it comes to pounding techno and IDM, as Rommek’s Set In Stone Trilogy begins with Igneous, kicking off with a dense malevolent drone before t...view item »

Don't DJ
All Love Affairs Fail But They Never End EP

Wise words from Don’t DJ there. All Love Affairs Fail But They Never End is a somnambulant, wistful collection of techno-noir. Don’t DJ’s originals range from purring electronica in the vein of Jan Jelinek (‘Veles’) to lengthy and pensive synth ambiences (‘Tw...view item »

Actress
Splazsh

You can always tempt me with a bit of dubby techno and so here we are with a new album by Actress. This is an album of beautifully hazy ambience by Werk Discs founder and controller Darren J. Cunningham. The first track opens with shards of lovely atmospheric synths/treated guitars beneath which there is cut up vocal. Track two has more cut up f...view item »

Dez Williams
Against Your Will

Elektronik Religion founder Dez Williams drops a new four-track EP via Bedouin Records (Pan Daijing, Eomac). Against Your Will allows Williams to show off his love of Drexciya - the third track is called ‘Hexciya’ - through ...view item »

Jigga
Lillllill

Bedouin Records (Hieroglyphic Being, Traxman) drop a mini-LP by this Japanese newcomer. Jigga - no relation to Jay Z, we assume - is a multi-instrumentalist with a penchant for visceral sounds. The seven numbers of Lillllill lurch from monitor to m...view item »

Unit Moebius
Bunker 005

Everyone has a mental image of what a central European squat party is like. Speed, crusties and really hard acid techno, right? Yeah, the music that’s playing in your head now was probably made by Unit Moebius. The producer crew's legendary B...view item »

Dauwd
Theory of Colours - Versions

Dauwd revisits his Theory of Colours album with an EP that investigates and reconsiders three of its tracks in four different ways. Rouge Mecanique remixes...view item »

Seraphim Rytm
Prayers By The Lake

The first release on Mirae Arts comes courtesy of Seraphim Ritm, an alias of the artist you may know better as Damaskin. ...view item »

Ultradyne
Ocular Animus

Ultradyne’s own Pi Gao Movement, which has also hosted stuff by Majestic 12 and Tangible, serves as home for the veteran duo’s latest drop. This is unusually sparse fare for a Detroit act, with only ‘Suicide Relay’ featuring the propulsive techno beats an...view item »

Dan Curtin
The Silicon Dawn

Dan Curtin’s The Silicon Dawn gets re-issued by Peacefrog. This LP is classic Detroitiness of the highest calibre, combining as it does richly expressive pads with twittering synths and propulsive drum takes. This one originally dropped in 1994, the same year Peacefrog also released some top-level...view item »

Phase Fatale
Reverse Fall

In a way it’s surprising that Ostgut Ton have never released anything explicitly inspired by J. G. Ballard’s Crash...view item »

Will Long & DJ Sprinkles
Purple / Blue (Long Trax EP 1)

Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings label is rolling out a three-part series of releases from Will Long, a fellow deep house technician. Purple / Blue (Long Trax EP 1) has two tracks from Long (aka Celer), as well as two overdubs by Thaemlitz t...view item »

Will Long & DJ Sprinkles
Mint / Clay (Long Trax EP 2)

Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings label is rolling out a three-part series of releases from Will Long. The Mint / Clay (Long Trax EP 2) has two tracks from Long (who also makes ambient work as Celer), as well as two overdubs by Thaemlitz them...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 »

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 »

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 »

808 State
ex:el

Think back to 1991, when 808 State were at the peak of their techno powers. You had a great time losing your mind and body to these original bangers didn’t you? Now you can jog your memory again with their third album ex:el (featuring guest appearances from Bernard Sumner and Bjork...view item »

Richard Fearless
Overview Effect Remixes

Like a snake swallowing its own tail, the Drone label’s fifth release, by Richard Fearless, is now being remixed to form the sixth release. Luke Hess steps up on the first side, with finely acid-tweaked version of Overview Effect...view item »

Dopplereffekt
Tetrahymena EP

Leisure System Records bring you the latest 12” from Detroit techno heads Dopplereffekt, A side ‘Tetrahymena’ is a dark bass stonker with ethereal keys and voices, springy synths bounce around a twitchy beat that make for a pretty scary listen. Side B open...view item »

JK Flesh
New Horizon

Brand new album from grinding sonic alchemist JK Flesh also known as Justin K Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu). With this project he's making dark and porous dub influenced techno packed to the brim with the same forms of sonic nihilism that pervades his more guitar orientated work. Be very afrai...view item »

Black Noise
Nature Of The Beast

Mike Grant (AKA Cool Peepl) and Damon Peterson (AKA 8088, Baby Pop, Damon Lamar) have got together as Black Noise to release Nature Of The Beast via Metroplex. If you’ve read this far, you’ll already know that this is essential techno. It was pressed in Detroit too. Perfect. Repress ...view item »

Unit Moebius
Bunker 006

Back in the 90s, Bunker Records emerged from The Hague’s squat-party scene with a run of hard-as-nails acid techno drops by Unit Moebius. Fast-forward to the present day and the rebooted label are repr...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 »

The Wheel Of Rituals
The Wheel Of Rituals

The latest drop by impressive Dutch imprint Viewlexx (Nina Kraviz, The Conservatives) is a grainy-as-hell techno selection from The Wheel Of Rituals. These six tracks deliver on the portentous EP title. With the recording quality suggesting the files may have been ripped directl...view item »

Batu
Rebuilt EP

With the release of Batu’s new EP, Omar McCutcheon proves he’s still on the frontline of Bristol’s electronic music scene. The founder of Timedance - his record label that showcases the blossoming talent of young DJ’s and producers - Omar found time to release his own EP on XL Recordings, marking...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 »

Duckett
Emperor's New Clothes EP

Berceuse Heroique (Don’t DJ, Jay Glass Dubs) front a new EP, apparently the first in a series, from the seasoned Duckett. Th...view item »

Monrella (aka Mick Harris)
Process & Report EP

Mick Harris (Scorn, Fret, Lull, Quoit, The Weakener, Napalm Death etc.) doesn’t get anywhere near as much credit as he deserves for his contributions to techno during the mid 90’s. That’s because none of the records he was making at the time (a whole bunch as Monrella on ZET as well as under numerous fictitious names on Sheep) ...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 »

CUB
Seeing From Above

Karl O'Connor aka Regis returns with a new EP under his CUB handle following a couple of records under the alias from 2010 and 2012. Except something has changed - clearly impressed with the production skills of Simon Shreeve aka Mønic, (he released two EPs by him on Downwards) they’ve now joined forces to make CUB a duo. So basical...view item »

Various
Colund1

This compilation consists of electronic music made using the Colundi sequence, a 128-tone scale that taps into some strange philosophical and biological fundaments. This non-Western scale was developed by tireless electronic experimenter Aleksi Perälä and former Rephlex head honcho Grant Wilson-Claridge...view item »

ASC
The Farthest Reaches

Despite only seeing a first release in 2016, ASC’s The Farthest Reaches goes for big bucks on the second-hand market these days. If you, like this Norman Records&trad...view item »

Marco Shuttle
Tropicalia

Eerie Records boss Marco Shuttle returns to Donato Dozzy’s Spazio Disponibile for an EP of brooding techno. The four tracks of Tropicalia are liberally doused in reverb, making them perfect for the darkest corners of the club. Nothing here is either a banger or a ...view item »

SSTROM
Otider

SSTROM is one half of the even-harder-to-write-or-pronounce Swedish techno duo SHXCXCHCXSH, striking out on his own so as to be able to explore territory beyond his techno homelands. Various forms of house, some cold synth stuff, and even a t...view item »

OV / Diego
Perc Song (Chords) / Crack

OV and Diego (aka Suzanne Kraft / Dude Energy) take one 12” side each for this compelling Future Times release. Both cuts are jumpy and a little less usual. Perc Song (Chords) ducks and weaves around its main motif, and is rich in synthetic flavours. Crack is a soft drum-pummel with melan...view item »

Lord Of The Isles
DFSANT03

Well within the techno realm lies an approach that uses production as a means to abstraction. The 'DFSANT' series explores this concept, and on the third outing burns the rule book several times over through lofi sound walls, emotionally obscure melodiousness and distinct links to nostalgic electronica....view item »

Mark E
Product Of Industry

Mark E hails from the West Midlands, and identifies the industrial background of the area as an influence on his sound, particularly on this album, Product Of Industry (obviously). But, refreshingly, this isn’t just a byword for ‘heavy’ and ‘dark’ music. Mark E takes the me...view item »

Various
Death Of The Machines Vol. 1

Alessandro Adriani’s Mannequin imprint brings us (and of course, you) the first volume of their new Death Of The Machines compilation. Four tracks of flourishing experimental techno that sits comfortably between cold wave and club focus. Featuring tracks from Exterminador, Craow, ...view item »

Nkisi
The Dark Orchestra

Warp's recently revived techno offshoot Arcola follows EPs from Rian Treanor and 2814 with a 4-track EP from NON affiliate Nkisi. On the suitably titled 'The Dark Orchestra' she mixes the sounds of West African club music with a tougher European Tekno sound. These tracks are gloomy, hard and heavy, incorpor...view item »

Various
E123 EP

Sähkö Recordings sub-label Puu (Jimi Tenor, Soft Focus, try not to laugh at the name) presents a various-artists selection. E123 is made up of four pieces of gently-bobbing downtempo electro. Ni Ko and Jarno Valli impress the ...view item »

JAI/MAHL (Jamal Moss / Hieroglyphic Being)
#DontjusttalkaboutitbeAboutIt

Sneaky release from Jamal Moss (better known as Hieroglyphic Being) under his JAI/MAHL alias. One of the most dependably interesting artists in electronic music, pretty much everything he does is worth listening to. #DontjusttalkaboutitbeAboutIt is a bit more conventional than what he's ...view item »

Steven Rutter
BrainFog

Coloured vinyl klaxon! Double-disc alarm! Kickass artwork alert! If you're not already sold, a quick listen to the latest release from Steven Rutter—head honcho at FireScope Records—will do it. With 12 tracks of melancholic grooves, stomping techno and nods to classic hip-hop, 'BrainFog' travels from introspective do...view item »

Submersion
Process

Are you ready for some drifting glacial dub techno?? I said, "Glastonbury - are you ready for some drifting, glacial dub techno??" See, I could headline Glastonbury. I already have the patter. Why are all the rock stars so deaf that they can’t hear people the first time? And bloody Radio 6: stop inviting musicians in to spend a Sun...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 »

Manni Dee
The Residue

After a few years dropping EPs on labels like Perc Trax, Leyla and Earwiggle, Manni Dee mak...view item »

Rasmus Hedlund
Intet Efter Allt

Finnish label Ljudverket make it into double-figures courtesy of another drop by Rasmus Hedlund. The four tunes of Intet Efter Allt (Nothing After All) are icy affairs that bring together big-room techno, acid-techno, dub-techno and a few other strands of that there techno. Sombre synths and mi...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 »

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 »

Syclops
Pink Eye

Once you get past the title, Pink Eye - the third LP from Maurice Fulton’s Syclops project - is a nice wedge of leftfield club fare. Alongside a band including Mim Suleiman, Fulton has produced eleven tunes that range from relatively straightforward bongo-techno workouts (‘S...view item »

Hieroglyphic Being
The Red Notes

Prolific producer and DJ Jamal Moss puts out another record under his primary Hieroglyphic Being alias. He expanded his horizons with a collaborative album We Are Not the First in 2015, learning from and working directly with Marshall Allen and&nb...view item »

Holden
The Inheritors

Ever since our office promo of the new Holden album turned up it’s never been too far from the office stereo, since it’s one of the rare records that everyone here can agree on - a lengthy voyage of finely detailed analogue synths, stumbling beats and occasionally surprising instrumentation (check...view item »

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