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Jon Hopkins
Singularity

Singularity is the first Jon Hopkins record since his breakthrough opus Immunity and he has made it in such a way that you are meant to listen to it in one sitting. As a lot of music listeners have the attention span of a gnat this could prove a tricky request but sit yourself down, turn the internet off and en...view item »

Earthen Sea
An Act Of Love

Earthen Sea is the solo project of Jacob Long, also of the punkish outfit Mi Amo. The music he makes as Earthen Sea however is fairly different, being a form of dub techno that leans so far into ambient music that at times you can just forget about the dancefloor. Big wam sweeps...view item »

ZZZ
Psychic Agony Ov Session

Tokyo native ZZZ is an artist with many aliases (DJ Nozaki, DJ Cornbeef) but his musical output is consistently killer. This limited-edition, one-time pressing of 'Psychic Agony Ov Session' fuses Chicago style beat tracks with rocking, old school house cuts in a slamming huddle that is sure to set dance floors alight....view item »

British Murder Boys
Don't Give Way To Fear

British Murder Boys are Anthony Child and Karl O'Connor who you probably know better as noisy techno blokes Surgeon and Regis. This is repress their 2003 12" Don't Give Way To Fear. Look lads, if you're gonna r...view item »

British Murder Boys
Learn Your Lesson

British Murder Boys are, of course, the experimental techno duo of techno experimentalists Regis and Surgeon. Formed in the early 2000s, reformed a few years ago, and apparently recently dissolved again, this 12” on Counterbalance is in fact an archive release from 2003. If you are familia...view item »

Deepchord & Fluxion present Transformations
Bonafide EP

Join dubtech vets Deepchord and Chain Reaction/Echocord staple Fluxion, here bonded into one entity called Transformations, for a pair of trots through the sleepless sighs of The City on Bona Fide. This is the second Transformation transmission, following last year’s Accumulat...view item »

Deadbeat
Mercy Cage EP

Always got a bit of time for producer Scott Monteith a.k.a Deadbeat as he very rarely disappoints. ‘Mercy Cage’ is a typically dubbed out Techno affair perfect for prime-time dancefloor action with it’s smoky late night atmospherics and blurzzed vocal treatments. It’s earthy, warm and relentless in it’s pursuit of d...view item »

Deadbeat
LPs 2002-2005

LPs 2002-2005 collects together the early work of techno long stay Deadbeat. Focusing on the work of the Canadian producer that predates his move to dub techno's Berlin epicentre, this massive 6-vinyl box set collects together his most iconic Montreal moments. The collection beautifully demonstrates his evolving production prowe...view item »

Karen Gwyer
Rembo

Fabulously creative spins on techno music from Karen Gwyer, back at last with a whole new full-length LP. Eight tracks, generally developed through going-with-the-flow in live performance, whip up a frenzy of pulsing rhythms, nodding to Detroit and weirder underground scenes alike. Rembo is out on Don’t Be Afraid....view item »

Damiano von Erckert
In Case You Don't Know What To Play

Your indecisiveness is now Damiano Von Erckert’s problem, and he’s determined to solve it. In Case You Don’t Know What to Play (the album) accompanies In Case You Don’t Know What to Watch (the film) and In Case You Don’t Know What to Look At (the art installation). Eminent...view item »

Cottam
Cottam EP 2

This Cottam EP 2 was one of the very first releases by Cottam back in 2009, and the Preston producer has decided that the time is right to get these 2 fine club tracks out in the world again. Untitled slices of groovy deep house bound to see you right with their buoyant feel and smooth surfaces. 12” repress on ...view item »

L/F/D/M
Crocodiles in the Ceiling EP

Using his L/F/D/M alias, producer Richard Smith (who also works with Dom Butler of Factory Floor as Bronze Teeth and ...view item »

Eomac
Reconnect

After a quiet 2017, Eomac returns with an LP that will either give you energy or send you insane. Drawing on Autechre, hardcore jungle, IDM, doom-techno and a bunch of other stuff your dad doesn’t think is ‘real music’, the eleven tracks of Reconnect are super-uncompromising and very a...view item »

Delroy Edwards
Rio Grande

The mischievous and beyond contempt house star Delroy Edwards has got an expansive new record of lo-fi funk hits in store for you with Rio Grande. This release via L. A. Club collects five in particular that reflect the interdisciplinary sleaze he so proudly trades in; it sounds like he's buffering a mote...view item »

British Murder Boys
Live In Tokyo

This is possibly a little austere for Friday morning; It's pooing-out the lad who's unexpectedly popped around to do some decorating. So I'm gonna put it on again a bit louder. The first side is essentially a long, unnerving trek built around dark, ominous meditative drones with the encroachment of time-stretched glossolia and spectral ephemera....view item »

The Boats
Abstraction

The Boats’ Abstraction is pressed to translucent red vinyl, and interestingly packaged alongside some art cards in a transparent sleeve. The music however is far from see-through: instead, Abstraction is a thickly opaque wall of distortion and hammering beats. Limited to 300 copies on Other Ideas....view item »

Deadbeat
Walls & Dimensions

Walls & Dimensions is, like the Sunn O))) album it’s title reminds me of, something of a pinnacle to Deadbeat’s work. Eight tracks (spread over a DJ-friendly three vinyl records) including cello from Maarten Vos and vocals from Fink and Delhia de...view item »

Black Merlin
Proto World EP

Continuing the string of leftfield dance 12”s issued on Berceuse Heroique, Black Merlin’s beat-pointed soundscapes guide listeners into distant, yet commanding realms, switching worlds between tracks, yet always on the side of atmospheric unease. Four tracks of hypnotic material to transport and transfix....view item »

Beneath
No Symbols 006

With track titles that include ‘Cack’ and ‘Fuck Y’all’, you know this isn’t going to be a neat and tidy release. And Beneath doesn’t disappoint, throwing out queasy synth tones along with pummelling rhythms that’ll have listeners dancing happily but unsteadily all night long. Four ...view item »

Regis
The Master Side

Straight out of the Boiler Room’s secret torture chamber comes a new vinyl-only offering from Regis on Blackest Ever Black - probably one of the blackest known labels. The Master Side is not one but two sides o’ sinister techno numbers. While the A-side is noisier and more energetic, the B-side goes for a mo...view item »

rRoxymore / Bruce / Chekov
Patina Echoes Sampler

A nice mixed bag from Batu’s excellent Timedance imprint. Gearing up for the release of the label’s first compilation, Patina Echoes...view item »

Via Maris
Shelleys

New release from Via Maris released on cool DJ Beneath's record label, his first since releasing on cool label Livity Sound, and built for the likes of cool ex-club Plastic People. Shelleys is three tracks of bass heavy techno that still manage...view item »

BMB
Where Pail Limbs Lie

This is only the second release on Mute’s Liberation Technologies label and follows a promising start for the label which kicked off with Laurel Halo as King Felix. It came as quite a surprise to find out that Karl O’Connor (...view item »

Powell
Fizz

Here we have the latest EP from Oscar Powell who has caused a bit of commotion with his previous releases and this new one on Mute will live up to the excitement caused. He produces a kind of throbbing, technoid dark wave with pulsating bass and industrial clanks and fizzes running through. Its a pulsy, intoxicating brew which will appeal to fan...view item »

Ascion
Joy Dexon Club

This new release from Repitch Recordings co-bossman Ascion is described as a “mini LP”, as opposed to an EP. I can see why, as Joy Dexon Club’s six tracks have more of a narrative through-line than you’d expect from just a 12”. This is fast-blasting stuff, densely constructed acidic techno ...view item »

Various
Scopex 1998-2000

An essential box set that combines the legacies of Tresor and Scopex together, reissuing material from Simulant and Pollon. The basis of the release is drum machines and synth arpeggios, but the diversity of even this refined fragment of wider electronic music is clear, especial...view item »

Aera
EP

Aera is Ralf Schmidt, a house music producer who really enjoys genres of music that are not house. Hence he integrates elements from the palettes of techno, electro and trance into his productions, resulting in vivid tracks that come at you from all angles. Thankfully, Schmidt has the skills to ...view item »

AEVA
Dramatic Sunset

Debut release right here from AEVA, a project from animator Dan Jacobs who is involved with the likes of Glad Hand and Makeness, on a brand new London-based label, so much newness, wow. I had the pleasure of catching his live show at Leeds’ CHUNK earlier in the year and I was promptly whisked away into a world of slippery beats and fragmen...view item »

The Abstract Eye
Cool Warm Divine EP

Electro-soul and techno with a melodic swing in its step and a twinkle in the eye, from The Abstract Eye. Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker -- also known as Gifted and Blessed -- has crafted a cool 5-track EP using his array of vintage instruments. He's somehow managed to mix ancient spirituality into his lumino...view item »

Various / Lena Willikens
Selectors 005

Salon des Amateurs resident Lena Willikens becomes the latest artist to contribute to Dekmantel’s Selectors series. As opposed to previous releases, Selectors 005 puts the emphasis on new material. The music is as diverse as Willikens’s DJ sets - among other things we get weightless...view item »

Anthony Linell
Layers of Reality

Having cast aside the exoticist façade of Abdulla Rashim, Northern Electronics boss Anthony Linell continues to produce material for his label under his own name (or does he?). This new EP Layers of Reality comprises twitchy minimal techno arranged in slowly cycling rhythmic phases. In other word...view item »

Huerco S.
Untitled

A woozy techno four tracker from Kansas born, NYC based Huerco S. The A side deals in soft techno beats and hazy samples for its three disparate tracks, whilst the B side is taken up in its entirety by a glorious twenty minute new age trip. A fine collection to show off his dextrous ear for hypnotic sonics. Out on 12” viny...view item »

Lee Gamble
B23 Steelhouse / Motor System (Extension)

Lee Gamble sneakily drops two new tracks white-label style on PAN, no doubt to the joy of many. Specifically, these tracks are for the dancers: Motor System is extracted from his Koch album but beefed up and extended for the club and B23 Steelhouse is similarly hyped. Mastered for maximum impact. 500 c...view item »

rRoxymore
Thoughts Of An Introvert Pt. 2

rRoxymore’s third 12” for Don’t Be Afraid (Karen Gwyer, Semtek) is another installment in her Thoughts Of An Introvert series. Part 2 displays a bit more zip than the first release, bringing new sounds and aesthetics into the producer's alread...view item »

Mikkel Metal
Just Enough Light

Mikkel “Metal” Meldgaard returns to pal Kenneth Christiansen’s deep dub factory Echocord with an EP of glazed, distinct productions. Things begin serenely in the lush chords and soft kick of ‘Awake’, before gaining energy for the strut of ‘Bregnan’. Then you have your in...view item »

Matt Karmil
Will

Here's Matt Karmil with some pretty sweet granular techno  and slo mo beats for those times in the club when you want a sit down. He grew up in Salisbury no less but has since settled in Cologne to be amongst the techno crowd. Hints of GAS in this billowy long form techno and mastered, of course, by Ras...view item »

The Sun God
The Anticipatory Organization

Described in the press release as 'three rousing tracks to stir the attention' (whatever that means), this record is probably one you're going to want to listen to should you need to have your attention stirred (apparently). It's worth noting that amongst the attention related jokes that these three tracks are actually pretty cool...like the alb...view item »

Mount Kimbie
Love What Survives - Remixes Part 1

Mount Kimbie’s fine LP Love What Survives has spawned two remix EPs, both of which drop in May. The first of these features three versions of King Krule collaboration ‘Blue Train Lines’, all of which come from the workhouse of Nina Kraviz. The big-shot DJ turns the rum...view item »

Various
Flowers From The Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music

Flowers From The Ashes provides a survey of what is currently going on in the mind’s of Italy’s finest electronic producers, ranging from Alessandro Adriani’s EBM dance action to Andrea Belfi’s percussive electroacoustic music and Caterina Barberi’s modular...view item »

Stasis
Fromtheoldtothenew

Peacefrog Records (Moodymann, Suburban Knights) reissue their 1996 LP by Stasis. Fromtheoldtothenew is classic Peacefrog fare, synthesising multiple strains of electronica into a groovy, faintly psychedelic end-product. The likes of ‘Skins’ and ‘Utopia...view item »

Move D & Benjamin Brunn
Songs From The Beehive

Move D is often spoken of as one of the nicest people in dance music. I don't know if he actually is nice but there's something so genuinely warm in the music he makes I'm very inclined to believe it. Here he links up with Benjamin Brunn to release a collection of long form and very sweet groovy synth jams....view item »

Deadbeat
Wax Poetic For This Our Last Resolve

The tenth LP from Canadian electronic composer Deadbeat sees Scott Monteith searching for resolve and companionship in troubling times. Monteith reached out to friends like Gudrun Gut and Mike Shannon, asking them to send him messages of hope. He then interpreted them aurally, making the words h...view item »

T++ (T Plus Plus)
Wireless

Big hunky techno sausage Torsten Profrock has a whacking great double pack of new material out on Honest Jon's. The 'Wireless' EP is a grand introduction to this dub techno lynchpins work, eating boundaries, slaying the dancefloor in your mind & possibly a moody club on the fringes of town near you. When all has supposedly been said in techno, ...view item »

Lurka x Batu
Fringe White EP

Two from the Timedance stable repress their first collaborative EP, one that dropped way back in the mists of 2016. With its thick chunks of sub bass, skittish lead lines and Eski-meets-Berghain drum programming, Fringe White is one of the very best records to have emerged from the excellent West Country techno scene....view item »

Batu x Lurka
Kneqq / Struck

Batu & Lurka, Lurka & Batu. Two of Bristol’s best teamed up for their second collaborative release last year, and after the first run sold out they’ve put a few more copies to wax. ‘Kneqq’ was one of 2017’s best, an aquatic bass-techno roller with shades of L-Vis 1990’...view item »

SW / SVN
Sued 19

Sued 19 comes typically out of the blue, but that’s the way the Berlin-based label roll. This release features four tracks, two by SVN and two by fellow Berlin producer SW. The pair are regulars on the label. This slab of wax contains blissful techno that harks back to 1990s Detroit. 12” on SUED....view item »

Posthuman
The Damocles Syndicate

Posthuman, or cousins Richard Bevan and Joshua Doherty are acid veterans and have been active since the late ‘90s and over the last decade or so heading up an acid revival with their label I Love Acid. They also love the Roland TB303 which has inspired them to keep acid alive. The Damocles S...view item »

Pom Pom
Untitled

Even by the standards of Ostgut Ton, this is a no-BS affair. Their first release from secretive techno outfit Pom Pom, which comes in a jet-black sleeve, doesn’t have a title and nor do any of the tracks. The music is a similarly straight-down-the-nose affair, with the five entries of Untitled cha...view item »

Hugo Massien
Kontrol EP

Things have changed, kinda: XL Recordings started life by putting out club-ready, oddball rave 12” vinyl slabs by the likes of The Prodigy, SL2, Awesome 3 and Jonny L. By signing up Hugo Massien and putting out his Kontrol EP they...view item »

Szare
Kodiak / Translocated

Doofmasters-in-chief Mumdance and Logos rope in Mancunian duo Szare for the latest drop on his Different Circles label (Strict Face, Rabit, Airhead). The results are predictably explosive. A-side ‘Kodiak’ comes acros...view item »

Rrose
The Ends of Weather

Immaculate and spacious sound design from Seth Horvitz’s Rrose project, slow ‘n’ steady on the A side before launching into a techno stroll on the flip. Despite a consistent range of timbres, Rrose manages to raise three very different offspring here; crisp, sci-fi back alleys (‘The Smallest Footprints&rs...view item »

The Room Below
Healing Scaphoids

The Room Below titled this lovely little EP after an unfortunate pair of London cycling injuries. Healing Scaphoids was thus created during a period of recovery, which lends a thoughtful, slightly wonky flavour ...view item »

Levon Vincent
NS-20

I once heard someone refer to him as Levon "The Don" Vincent and now I can't think of him as anything less. Limited edition 12" featuring the enormous 'Kissing' and 'Only Good Things' from The Don's recent album. Is he The Don, or does it just rhyme with his first name? You decide! Released on Novel...view item »

Death In Vegas
You Disco | Freak Remixes

Death In Vegas dropped their acclaimed LP Transmission in 2016, and two of its tracks get the remix treatment here. Techno savant Silent Servant offers up ...view item »

Petar Dundov & Marc Romboy
Caper Tran EP

Caper Tran is the first collaborative release between Petar Dundov (Music Man, Cocoon) and Watergate favourite (Innervisions, Systematic). The record features a track per side, and both ‘Gardens Of Cyrus’ and the almost-eponymous ‘Cape...view item »

Hiroshi Watanabe
Threshold of Eternity EP

Derrick May’s titanic Transmat fronts their second release from Hiroshi Watanabe - someone you might know better as Kaito. Watanabe throws something of a curveball for Threshold of Eternity’s first track. As its title suggests, ‘The Leonodis Strin...view item »

Karen Gwyer
Rembo Remixes

After her debut album blew the competition out of the water, Karen Gwyer gets the remix treatment from an assortment of sonic travellers with the same spit and sawdust approach to machine manipulation. Ron Morelli sounds especially ferocious on his version of “He’s Been Teaching Me How To Drive&...view item »

Ludgate Squatter
U.K. Steel EP

Glaswegian imprint West End Communications (Perth Drug Legend, Obstrct) drop an EP from Ludgate Squatter. U.K. Steel really lives up to its name, containing as it does four dirty, rasping techno jams and a (slightly) softer closer, the Ross From Friend...view item »

L/F/D/M
X-Enter-O EP

L/F/D/M - that’s Love’s Flacid Disco Muscle, by the way - drops an EP of brain-bending futuro-acid for Singaporean label Midnight Shift (KiNK...view item »

The Fear Ratio
Live E.P

The mighty Skam Records bring you this sweet little four tracker from Mark Broom & James Ruskin's Fear Ratio, what you get here is alternative versions of tracks from the 2015 Dead Albatross nominated album 'Refuge of A Twisted Soul' culled from rehearsals for live shows, of course it w...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 »

Slowglide
Reigi / Haipa

Metallic, mid-fi dancefloor moods from somebody called Slowglide. These rhythms are immediately likeable, let alone danceable. There’s a trace of throwback to early 1990s IDM in the squelchy FX on some of the pads, as well as the discreet, brooding synths beneath. Piano hooks on the a-side also colourfully suggest eurodanc...view item »

Sterile Hand (Silent Servant)
Sterile Hand

Los Angeles techno producer Juan Mendez (Sandwell District, Jealous God) aka Silent Servant delves even further into his recent foray into EBM, teaming up with Ori Ofir on vocal duties for some ice cold Electronic Body Music. The Sterile Hand sound is part homage to 80s influences but still has Mendez’s sound stamped all over it. T...view item »

Surgeon
Unreleased Tracks 1995-1996 (2014 Remaster)

Rounding off the six-volume series of Surgeon reissues that SRX have been rolling out over the course of the last few months, here is Unreleased Tracks 1995-1996. You know the drill with King Surgeon: these are firm and nasty techno bangers, all freshly remastered from the original tapes and re-cut for ...view item »

Joey Anderson
Invisible Switch

Joey Anderson is a master producer of inventive and atmospheric techno / house: on several tracks here, he takes one little sound and toys with it back and forth over sturdy 4/4 backing. Invisible Switch brings him back to Dekmantel after having previously released on Anunnaki Cartel and Tanstaafl Planets. CD or 2LP....view item »

John Beltran
Moth

A career spanning over 25 years has seen Michigan born John Beltran release ten albums, appearing on Apollo, R&S, Peacefrog, Delsin and a ton of EPs on the likes of Ubiquity, Styrax Leaves, Exceptional and recently Fourtet's Text label. For his eleventh full-length he arrives on Belgium's De:tuned label with his usual high quality, s...view item »

Mark Ernestus presents Jeri-Jeri with Mbene Diatta Seck
Xale

Wow this is wicked, I'm trying out the dub version first. He's working with some Senegalese musicians here is Mr. E and the furious polyrhythms are undercut with some real rugged organic woody sounding bass grooves, the dubbed-out snippets of vocal mantra beautifully riding the relentless hypnotic percussive groove. The original seems...view item »

Jay Daniel
School Dance EP

Remember your first School Dance? If it was anything like mine, it was a crazy balance between adolescent self-loathing and a hazy alcoholic swagger. That’s exactly what Jay Daniel captures in his new EP, with disorienting decorations circling distantly around sturdy beats that do not care for subtlety....view item »

J. Albert
Dance Slow

As much fun as various formats can be, for dancefloor tracks the ultimate desirable destination must always be vinyl: lovely DJ-friendly wax. That’s what has happened here: J. Albert released a funky-fresh cassette called Dance Slow last year, and the highest-achievers from that set have graduated to this vinyl re...view item »

Jeff Mills
Exhibitionist 2 (Part 2)

Jeff Mills is on a constant mission to involve his audience with the process of making and dance music itself. With his second Exhibitionist installment he brought us into his workflow and how he translates his improvisations from initial reaction out through his many machines. This vinyl has 4 of these improvisations f...view item »

Tin Man
Love Sex Acid

Tin Man sends out a super clear message with the track titles on this little 12”: ‘Love And Sex Acid’, ‘Falling Acid’ and ‘Let’s Do It Acid’. Basically this is all about the acidic 303 action, with rhythms that drive forwards with sensual encounters in mind. Great material, so grea...view item »

Voices From The Lake
Live at MAXXI

Editions Mego present a set of ambient techno noodlings, initially performed Live at MAXXI, part of an exhibition in Rome. Voices From The Lake is the duo of Donato Scaramuzzi and Giuseppe Tillieci, and they have an excellent melodic sensibility as well as a strong ear for texture, tone...view item »

Beatrice Dillon & Call Super
Inkjet / Fluo

An exciting new collaboration from Beatrice Dillon and Call Super, both veterans of the kind of dance productions that come somewhat out of the leftfield. Together they’ve produced ...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 »

Shadows
Particles Of Life

Ok so this is not the sometime Cliff Richard fronted guitar twangers but instead a duo of of Andrew Bowen & Dimitri Ploumpidis who also play hard techno as AnD. Here they explore freeform electronic explorations all smudgy and smeared with detritus. It's bloody ugly but that's what you are here for right?  ...view item »

Objekt
Flatland

The future days of techno are here with Objekt's debut record, coming out via the ever-trusty PAN. Objekt has been prominent for a while now, releasing a bunch of 12" and making a name for himself in his home-town Berlin. 'Flatland' is his first full-length, offering those textures up for a sustained narrative. He tries to get cinematic on this ...view item »

SCB
Caibu

This one’s been coming. After two 2017 EPs (and next month’s Engineered Morality), Paul Rose aka Scuba aka SCB gives us the first LP from his vowel-phobic project. Anyone coming here and expecting a nice fix of jacking house will be left disappointed - SCB’s stuff is l...view item »

Karen Gwyer / Raven Cru / Dukwa / Lily
DBA024.5

This 4-track multi-artist 12” on Don’t Be Afraid is a great selection, with label favourite Lily on one end and a first ever appearance on record from Raven Kru on the other. However, the pick of the crop might just have to be ...view item »

Aux 88
Technology EP

Aux 88 originally released their Technology EP in 1993, and was only the second 12" from the Direct Beat label. The record took the 'electro bass' brand onto Detroit radio as well as see the sound mature to become embraced by mainstream clubs. It was soon a highly desirable 12" for collectors of the Elechno so...view item »

Cardopusher
Mental Jobs

Various renditions of groovy electro from Cardopusher (Venezuela-born Luis Garbàn) for Super Rhythm Trax. There’s classic acid kicking off the a-side (‘Trust Your TV’), leading into b-movie horror electro (‘Geotropism’) and then more rubbery 80s electro (‘Never Fade Away’). On the...view item »

Deapmash
Global Network Connections EP

If you're a blurb writer, you get to listen to a lot of records. When you find one you like, you make a mental note that that artist might be worth keeping an eye on. If said artist keeps making good stuff, you get an inkling that they might be really, properly talented. Deapmash...view item »

Simon Haydo
The Illusion of an Alternative Choice

Simon Haydo (DEM, Studio Barnhus, Avian, Balans) gets the maximum from the minimum on this LP for Peder Mannerfelt’s label. Using a solitary Korg MS-20 as his sole construction tool, he coaxes varying shades of techno and beyond from the circuits of his semi-modular monophonic analog synthesizer. A machine as old as myself, and one he clea...view item »

Rune Bagge
Pink Dreams

On Pink Dreams, Danish DJ Rune Bagge mixes dance floor bangers with glacial ambient pieces to create a work that you will find hard to ignore. Bagge mainly plays in his native Copenhagen and Berlin and has been known to work with Christian Rutz, Schacke, A...view item »

In Aeternam Vale
2,3,7,8

Khemia Records are celebrating their second anniversary with this limited-edition clear vinyl release from legendary French electro pioneer In Aeternam Vale. Cinematic in scope, this record nods to everything from Stanley Kubrik, artificial intelligence and chemical disasters. As you do. Bleak, dystopian, majestic. ...view item »

The Field
Yesterday and Today

The Field i've only just recently been getting into, this man who creates what Brett hilariously terms as "emo-house". I'm unsure how to categorise his music, i'd rather not. His tunes in the past have apparently been constructed from micro edited vocal snippets and this symphonic, hypnotic brand of minimal techno and house and has a simi...view item »

Oliver Deutschmann
Lost In A Loop EP

Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver (Planetary Assault Systems, Marcel Fengler) drops a new EP from Oliver Deutschmann...view item »

Driftmachine
Colliding Contours

Driftmachine absorb the techno-club vibes of Berlin (it's just in the air if you live there) and filter it through their abstracted sensibility. The 8 tracks of Colliding Contours are so thick and weighty that they feel like tangible physical objects, with dub-grade bass and industrial textures ruling these compositions...view item »

Dauwd
Jupiter George

‘Jupiter George’ is the third release in less than a year on ambient pop label Kompakt records by prolific disco/house champion Dauwd. The title track ‘Jupiter George’ is deeply reminiscent of the classic eighties disco sound whilst maintaining Dauwd’s fundamental originality. The charmingly named ‘Ritter Spor...view item »

Variant
Sequential Sleep [ver1.2]

Further deep-space broadcasts from the analogue sound-worlds of Variant, a pseudonym of Stephen Hitchell aka Intrusion, Phase90, Radius and half of cv313&nb...view item »

cv313
Dimensional Space (LP Edition)

Detroit’s Echospace label finally unleash this thought-lost opus from cv313. Apparently literally adrift underwater in a flood, Dimensional Space was rescued and lovingly reassembled from four years worth of decrepit master tapes. Appropriately, this makes for murky and deeply meditative a...view item »

Von Grall
Infinitum

Brice Groulier AKA Von Grall is one of an impressive new bunch of talent whose releases for Semantica, Midgar, Planet Rhythm, and Modularz have shown a consistency for quality techno. The Parisian’s tunes kept popping up when the Horo label was mixing for their Grey Area releases. It was inevitable, then, that Horo would g...view item »

DiNT
Hooker Remixed

To accompany DINT’s horrid (in a good way) Hooker EP, Horo have also given us an EP of four remixes. Not to be outdone by the source material, the offerings here are all just as gory and in-your-face. Ontal and Codex Empire train their gaze on the club, while ...view item »

Electric Indigo
5 1 1 5 9 3

female:pressure founder and former Hard Wax employee Electric Indigo has been around for almost three decades now, so it’s quite a surprise that 5 1 1 5 9 3 is her debut LP. She uses all of the tricks she’s picked up over the years to create an album that balances serious el...view item »

Romare
Projections

Romare absorbs the landscape of the ill-defined "dance music" world of the last however many years, landing on Ninja Tune to deliever Projections, a record that's joyous and urgent in sound, moving with the seamlessness of a Since I Left You or an Endtroducing. Lots of musical ...view item »

Daniel Avery
Drone Logic

Despite pretty much just listening to electronic music these days I rarely write about it. I don’t really know why that is but looking at the records I’ve listened to and enjoyed the most this year they all seem to be electronic. Daniel Avery is a new name to me but it looks like he’s been knocking about for a while and has gar...view item »

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