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Carsten Jost
Perishable Tactics

David Lieske has been keeping himself busy with various activities, but it’s been a colossal amount of time since he last released a full-length under his Carsten Jost moniker (2000!). Perishable Tactics combines brand new material with a few previously issued limited-release cuts, with the whole ...view item »

High Boys
World Numbination EP

You might know Joachim Nordwall and Jean-Louis Huhta from their work in the intense experimental group Skull Defekts, but their first project as a duo, High Boys, moves in very different territory. World Numbination is a four track power-pack of acidic electro-acoustic ...view item »

Semtek
Four Dubs EP

Semtek runs the Don’t Be Afraid label, and yet it's been half a decade since they last landed their own tracks on the imprint. Thats partly down to an admirable focus on curation, and partly (it seems) down to high professional standards: Four Dubs’ four tracks are totally solid works of dancefloor-dominatin...view item »

Fallbeil
The Healer

Fallbeil are a Hamburg crew who rock a really sharp combination of electro and acid: the squelches are severe and the percussion is fat. The Healer features two new Fallbeil cuts as well as a remix by Innyster that really cranks up the industrial flavours. Hard-hitting 12” on Mann...view item »

IVVVO
Light Moving

A muddy, expansive chunk of dancefloor techno from Portuguese IVVVO. Following a slew of releases on Opal Tapes he brings Light Moving to Fourth Wave, tying a rich palette of crackly sounds and dark ambient washes to a propulsive beat for a rushing club-facing sound. Out on vinyl LP from Fourth Wave....view item »

Moon Pool & Dead Band
Moon Pool & Dead Band

It's a busy week for Agitated. First that wacky psych business from the mysterious Koolaid (Global Tyranny) and now this bleak bit of retro-futurism from Wolf Eyes' Nate Young's Moon Pool & Dead Band. Accompanied by Sights/SSM man Nate Shettler, Young here sculpts nocturnal minimal sy...view item »

Twwth
Thousand Million EP

What is the grey area between grime and techno? It is the house of Twwth. Nobody knows how many tracks this wonder has made, or how to pronounce his name for that matter, but personally I feel Thousand Million might be exaggerated - especially for an EP. However, maybe he can pack the quality into this four-track record...view item »

Talaboman
The Night Land

Talboman is the stellar match-up of Axel Boman with John Talabot, who first got together for an EP two years ago. Now they return with a double LP full-length album! The Night Land obviously has great house credentials, but some of these melodic synth panoramas also recall the spacey fe...view item »

Shed
The Final Experiment

Shed has been producing stern but smart techno music for many years, though it’s been half a decade since his previous full-length.The Final Experiment masterfully toes the line between four-to-the-floor club workout music and spacier atmospheres. CD and double LP release on Modeselektor’s M...view item »

Marcos Cabral
Buried Alive Twice

Under the Chemotex moniker, New Yorker, Marcos Cabral made some massive club sounds that recalled the days of Rush and Cajual. Under his given name, Cabral released the album L.I.E.S. in 2013 which went largely unnoticed but set him on a new roots-drive...view item »

Bass Clef
Entendrillar

Two new cuts from Bass Clef, the ever-reliable project of Ralph Cumbers. Typically for a Clef production, Entendrillar is exuberant, fun and addictive, weaving a dense nest of synths and rhythms that’ll get you nodding and / or shimmying. And B-side ‘Transprism’ is no ...view item »

Idealist
Source EP

Hailing from Switzerland, Idealist’s ten year production career to date has given him that instinctive flair for the groove that killer techno really needs. Source is a particularly dubby dancefloor proposition, with all three tracks swathed in deep and tasty reverb. The Source EP is released by Echocord....view item »

Kangding Ray
Hyper Opal Mantis

This massive 3xLP album from French producer David Letellier traces a shadowy journey through various shades of techno, referencing both his previous outings (having had significant dealings with Raster-Noton) and his current environment - Letellier is a resident of the leading twilight techno wonderland, Berlin. Three parts make up the album, e...view item »

Lusine
Sensorimotor

Returning to Ghostly International with his 5th full length for them. Heralding from a most definite Detroit techno past and influence, Texan Lusine has grown away from the abrasive more and more, developing into an electro come IDM pop producer. Keeping the slickly perfect production and sound palette and adding cheeky groove a...view item »

Prins Thomas
The Orb Remixes

There comes a time in some lucky producers’ lives when they receive they honour of having their own work remixed by a bona fide legend. That time has come for Prins Thomas, who here gets a pair of tracks from his Principe Del Norte album reworked by ...view item »

Tuff Sherm
Squire's Skull

Australian house and techno wizard Tuff Sherm AKA Dro Carey returns with Squire's Skull a 4-track vinyl 12” on Normals Welcome. The producer has developed a distinctive spin on outsider electronica, blending raw drum machine programming and a dazzling array of wonky samples and strange synthesizer sounds...view item »

L/F/D/M
Music Without Discipline

‘Music Without Discipline’ is the third full length from Richard Smith, who’s half of Bronze Teeth (Diagonal, Khemia, BAKK) and Green Gums alo...view item »

Population One
The Move / The Move (Orlando Voorn Remix)

Disorientating techno from Terrance Dixon’s reemerging Population One moniker. One of the godfathers of Detroit techno and long-time collaborator of Juan Atkins, Dixon hasn’t stopped pushing and The Move shows there is a lot more of the rabbit hole to explore. Backed with a ...view item »

Sigha
Metabolism

Second full-length from Sigha. Metabolism is a compelling suite of high-tech techno that is notable for consciously playing around with the mono and stereo deployment of different sound elements and frequencies, making headphones or a good system a must. CD and double LP editions on the Token label....view item »

Prins Thomas
Gerd Janson Remixes

House and disco wizard Prins Thomas hands his soulful productions to best pal Gerd Jansen. The results, on this vinyl 12” from Smalltown Supersound, are playful and heavy, full of lush instrumentation and tough percussion. The wax includes two remixes as well as two new tunes from Thomas himself....view item »

Various
Dreamy Harbor

Over the years, Berlin techno institution Tresor’s compilations have been invaluable surveys of current developments in techno. Their latest ‘Dreamy Harbour’ is no different - a collection of tracks marking a quarter of a century of activity for the legendary label/club night. ...view item »

Ellll
Romance

EIIII is an enigmatic producer, seemingly hailing from Ireland, who sort of makes techno but also sort of makes noise and drone music. Pleasingly, she is very good at whirling these worlds together into intoxicatingly thick blends that will draw you deep into the sound. Romance, her debut, is a four track EP released by...view item »

Jeff Mills
A Trip To The Moon

Detroit techno heavyweight Jeff Mills has recorded a new soundtrack to the extremely significant early George Méliés film A Trip To The Moon, produced in 1902(!). Although the film is only sixteen minutes long, this soundtrack album release extends the compositions so to the length of an h...view item »

Deadbeat
The Rotten Roots EP

Two new tracks from Deadbeat on this here The Rotten Roots EP. As a Berlin resident, techno is obviously present here, but Deadbeat does a good job of swerving away from the straightforward genre approach, instead choosi...view item »

Surgeon
Whose Bad Hands Are These part 2

We finally managed to get hold of the hugely hyped Surgeon 'Whose Bad Hands Are These' 12"s on his Dynamic Tension. Surgeon began his career sounding a lot like Jeff Mills but eventually found his own sound. A highly percussive almost industrial approch on techno that retains the funk. His tracks on both these 12"s are nothing particularl...view item »

The Faces of Drums
Let Go & Release Yourself EP

Cosmic Gherkin Acid from The Faces of Drums, the pairing of the killer producers Steve Poindexter and Jamal Moss (aka Mathematics label boss and the Hieroglyphic Being himself). Of course, these dudes can craft irresistible body-jerkers in their sleep, so all three tracks on the...view item »

Omar S
Hit It Bubba

The one and only Omar S lays down his trademark groovy house on 12" vinyl for the FXHE label. i696 sees the Detroit veteran crafting four tracks of strange, soulful dancefloor killers that draw from his unique approach to house,as well as his encyclopedic musical knowledge. No one else makes the...view item »

Matthew Dear
DJ-Kicks

An exciting start for 2017 in the always high-class DJ Kicks series, this time with Texan subversive electronica mastermind Matthew Dear in charge. In addition to three of his own previously unreleased tracks, this mix contains songs by Simian Mobile Disco, ItaloJohnson, and Gro...view item »

Elemnt
Water

These four tracks from Elemnt play around with techno and ambient forms, sometimes sounding like distant drifting and other times settling into precision-tooled squelch-techno. The latter variety of Water is sleek and business-like and frankly irresistible. 12” release on Hidden Hawaii, pressed in a limited editio...view item »

Second Storey
Spin Cycle EP

Following releases on the likes of Houndstooth, R&S Records and Aus Music, Bristol’s Second Storey delivers an EP of techno oddities for Lloyd SB, Wallwork & TSVI’s Nervous Horizon imprint. The Spin Cycle EP’s title track is a spiralling descent to the depths of synth disintegration. It’s followed...view item »

Facta
Something's Gonna Happen

Bristol’s Facta comes through with a wedge of heads-down rollers for the long winter nights. Opener and Digital Mystikz re-rub ‘Something’s Gonna Happen’ is a lowing anti-riddim in the vein of Autechre and King Midas Sound. ‘Sweet Sixteen’ is bouncy, hyper-qua...view item »

Hieroglyphic Being
The Disco's Of Imhotep

Jamal Moss has never been shy with releasing music (how many aliases does he have again?), but word is that new Hieroglyphic Being full-length The Disco’s Of Imhotep is a proper statement, worth serious attention. It certainly has that hypnotic blown-out Being vibe, pitched toward...view item »

DJ S
Neva Done This Before

DJ Slyngshot drops some letters from his name for this stompin’ 4-track EP on Opal Tapes sister label Black Opal. A no-nonsense asses shakin’ guaranteed DJ weapon, opening with ‘Golf One’ pr...view item »

John Tejada
Therapy

What better way to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Pallette Recordings label than with four slick new cuts from producer John Tejada? His Therapy is a delicious bundle of smartly turned-out house bangers, ripe for the enjoyment of the groovers. Happy birthday Pallette Recordings! 12” EP....view item »

Taso
New Start

Returning with their third release to date, Teklife Records of Chicago bring us Taso’s “New Start”. Littered with creative collaborations with the likes of Gant-Man and DJ Tre, among others, this 7 track LP is one made seminal by its spirit of alliance and partnership. Above all, “New Start” evidenc...view item »

Blue Hour
Unearthed

A self-released 12” from the man born Luke Standing. Unearthed is as you’d expect from someone who once found shelter under the awning of Ostgut Ton. Both sides of the record bang relentlessly at around the 130-mark, both feature loops of skittering tuned percussion, and both will be a fine addition to any c...view item »

Various
#3 Black

In celebration of three years in the game, Greek label Nous are putting on a peacock like display. Bringing exclusive unreleased tracks from a few of their artists. The deepest of house, heavy percussion and heart throbbing bass pulses. Includes Juniper, Anastasia Kristensen, Fetnat, and ...view item »

Bill Converse
7 Of 9 / Ahead

Bill Converse is slowly making a name for himself outside of his native Austin, Texas, and this premium 12” feels like another rung on the ladder. 7 Of 9 and Ahead are a pair of deep cuts from a deep player: a satisfying and nutritious blend of various strains of house and techno. Out on Texas Recordings ...view item »

Various
T.R.U. Halloween

Get into the halloween spirit with this collection of horror themed eltronica nd techno tracks. With Sam De La Rosa pushing the John Carpenter single note arpeggiator, Tom Strong creating an almost 8-bit Halloween theme track, Tx Connect’s Haddonfield Il ...view item »

Surgeon
Force + Form

This disc surely shows Surgeon's most accessible side. Rather than the twisted ambient tracks and disassociating metallic loops found on basictonalvocabulary and Balance, which, don't get me wrong, are Mr. Child's great strong suit, he attacks here with a deeper style. Hidden beneath his powerful shuffling drum loops are spooky vocal abstraction...view item »

Terrence Dixon
From The Far Future

Berlin techno experts Tresor dig all the way back to 2000, when Terrence Dixon’s debut full-length album was first released. Of course, this is premium Detroit material for dancefloor propulsion, from a master producer on the rise. As well as the whole of From The Future pressed to two LPs, this reissue also adds ...view item »

Misantrop
Limerence

With shades of house, techno and IDM, Misantrop emerges from obscurity to present his hypnotic four track debut, Limerence. Expect progressive analog beats and wobbly bass lines as Misantrop slowly tweaks the parameters to create an atmosphere of edge-of-seat electricity.&nbs...view item »

Shamos
Games and Dreams

Experimental house artist, Shamos, is back with his second release that brings much of the same in terms of music experimentation but this time with a much more rounded and intimate feeling that starts to look outside the house genre, and begins to touch on techno and more solid beats. Games and Dreams is a four...view item »

Peder Mannerfelt
EQUALITY NOW

Fresh from a release on Joy Orbison/Will Bankhead’s Hinge Finger, Peder Mannerfelt hops over to Jackmaster’s Numbers for three curious slabs of sort-of-techno. The title track recalls the best bits of late-90s Eurodance as well as Peaches at her most brazen. Very coo...view item »

Via App
Sixth Stitch

Uneasy, distorted and mangled experimental electronics from Via App. Occasionally dipping into a hard hitting techno form, but never for long enough for anything to settle. Heavily destroyed samples of modular noises, overdriven realworld sounds and god knows what, it plays out like a ghost in a machine, chaotic and constantly t...view item »

Mickey Pearce
Top 5 Goat Memes

Yeah its 2016, people are allowed to drop records named Top 5 Goat Memes these days, deal with it. Mickey Pearce has done that, though he’s more serious about his productions than you might assume. The title track bumps and pops real nicely, with enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes. The Top 5 Goat...view item »

Alex Coulton
Gamma Ray Burst

If you like bass tones and kick patterns that mess with your heart rate, and the polyrhythmic percussion of artists such as Joe, Manchester based Alex Coulton should be well known to you already. With releases on Idle Hands, Black Acre, Bloc and this being his fourth, but debut full length, on low-end lords Temp...view item »

Lawson Benn
Heat Your Room For Eight Pence Per Day They Said EP

Lawson Benn, known for his Public Order NTS radio show but thus far lesser-spotted in terms of releases, now has the marvellously-titled Heat Your Room For Eight Pence Per Day They Said EP out on Lapsus Records. Three cutting-edge advanced techno originals from Benn, plus remixes from M...view item »

Shan
Good To Me

Good To Me is the two-piece release from Victor Shan. Described as his ‘maiden voyage through space’, the record contains two delicately constructed pieces of art that have taken in excess of four years for him to complete. A gentle mix of soft house and experimental electronica, available on Vi...view item »

Deadboy
Columns

The genre-hopping Deadboy returns with some distinctive sad-but-happy-at-the-same-time bittersweet house music. Columns on vinyl 12” includes the lush vinyl-only ambient mix of Ten of Cups and the ice-cold synth noodling of Glass Lake. This is new age music that actually s...view item »

Graze
XUP

Graze is a pair of producers, Adam Marshall and Christian Anderson, each of whom grew up in Canada but now live in Berlin. Their immersion in the city of techno has honed their skills, though XUP isn’t only four-to-the-floor blasters: for example, ‘Vast’ is a powerful ...view item »

Anthony Naples
Slice Of Life

Anthony Naples provides some tasty goods via The Trilogy Tapes label. The two tracks on Slice Of Life, ‘Lekker’ and ‘Momentos Mágicos’, aren’t in any hurry to get anywhere: they simply settle into some warm grooves and keep on working it. Gorgeous luxury house music, plenty to enjoy ...view item »

Fluxion
Vibrant Forms III

If Basic Channel was too maximal for you it’s sibling label Chain Reaction had you covered. It’s last record was Fluxion’s Vibrant Forms II and was heralded as one of the greatest in the genre. Returning with III to Subwax Bcn it’s filled with Atmospheric hiss and fuzz, heart palpitating...view item »

Via App
Secret Rotation

Brooklyn’s Via App drops a four-tracker on the NYC off-kilter techno imprint BANK. The 1080p affiliate’s latest shows off her versatility: “Extraction” pumps with an antsy groove, whilst “Living Decoration” throbs with hyper-precise mechanical samples. The record closes out with a proper clang...view item »

Moon Temple
Part I

Moon Temple is the solo business of Gabriel Andruzzi, who coyly hints at his previous musical activity in his press release (I’ll spill the beans: he was in The Rapture). Part 1 of his double vinyl solo debut (released separately) is a proper electronic exploration of both acidic ...view item »

WOLF DEM
Hydrophobia

The anarchic nature of Philly duo WOLF DEM is no more apparent than on Hydrophobia. Pushing the boundaries of techno (and in fact anything else out there at the moment) the four-track collection is characterised by schizophrenic computer software - malfunctioning and convulsing in every ...view item »

Moon Temple
Part II

Moon Temple is the solo business of Gabriel Andruzzi, who coyly hints at his previous musical activity in his press release (I’ll spill the beans: he was in The Rapture). Part II of his double vinyl solo debut (the two halves are released separately) is tasty stuff to suit a varie...view item »

Abstract Division
Corrosive Mind

Two new cuts from Abstract Division, each one paired with a remix. Corrosive Mind is full of appropriately acidic synth lines that could probably burn through concrete if given half the chance. ‘Intervention’ is more relentlessly jack-hammer beat-driven, but both tracks bring joy. And Milton Bradley...view item »

Wolfgang Voigt
Apodiktische Gewissheit

New work from the Gas-man Wolfgang Voigt, extracted from an AV art installation he has produced with Gerhard Mantz in Cologne. Apodiktische Gewissheit, presented here in two versions, is a pulsing, undulating digital landscape that apparently mirrors the flow of Mantz&r...view item »

Cube
My Cube

Hello. You have thirty minutes to move your cube. In the meantime, listen to ‘My Cube’, by Cube, possibly about cubes. This is their very first LP but unlike a baby’s first steps it is not at all adorable, instead pushing distorted synth-punk through a lens of unkind noi...view item »

Jacques Greene
Afterglow / You Can't Deny

Canadian producer Jacques Greene has been away for a couple of years, but has returned to his home label LuckyMe with a new single and refreshes his already fresh output into the electronic dance world. A visceral blend of techno, bass-come-garage, and neo soul. Both tracks are extended versions for vinyl only....view item »

Dark Strands
The Last Ride EP

Leeds’ own Antony Beardsley is Dark Strands, and after releasing his first EP way back in 2013, he has been filling our ears with cleverly crafted slow paced dance music ever since. The Last Ride is no different, and combines slow rhythms with catchy and repetitive electronic...view item »

Aleksi Perala
Colundi Sequence Volume I

In 2014 Aleksi Perälä (Ovuca, Astrobotnia, Rephlex) initiated the Colundi Sequence project with ‘The Colundi Sequence Level 1’. At the time of writing, the latest installment in the ongoing ser...view item »

Surgeon
Bland Ambition

Developing his hardware improvisation over the last two decades Surgeon has decided to grace us with some of the fruits of his many labours. Taking some of those themes or ideas that he has perfected and utilised in live settings and laying them out into these four tracks. Have you just got into modular stuff… got some ca...view item »

Telephones
Vibe Telemetry

The creative mind behind Telephones is keen that Vibe Telemetry be seen as a fully ‘proper’ album, as opposed to the ‘bunch of floor-fillers’ approach some electronic artists take. So there is a proper development here, with some tracks avoiding beats for sheer atmosphere. Also, big respect is du...view item »

Shifted
Appropriation Stories

Guy Alexander Brewer’s project Shifted is standing at an interesting point right now. This is an outlet for properly dark and noisy sounds, but Brewer is also looking back to his previous drum & bass work as Commix. The pleasurable results, presented on Appropriati...view item »

Kero & Gotshell
Perindsor EP

Kero and Gotshell pair up for Blueprint’s 20th anniversary, providing a four track EP of dark techy electronica rooted firmly in the techno sphere. With the cold, knife-like precision of Autechre or Emptyset and with a kick so deep it sounds as if it is coming from noisy h...view item »

Planetary Assault Systems
Arc Angel

Big techno man Luke Slater provides Ostgut Ton and yourselves with some more melodically-leaning techno machinations beamed in from the outer heliosphere. We say melody, but you've got deep drones, alien synth lines and haywire arps all tuned to twisted perfection. They've even thrown in a download of the continuous album mix too. The ...view item »

A Made Up Sound
A Made Up Sound (2009-2016)

A Made Up Sound is a label as well as moniker used by Dave Huismans who is best known as 2562. This double CD pack collects all of his releases under this project, providing 10 12” releases worth of material. 2562 is known for his left of centre approach to techno, but thi...view item »

Scuba
Fabric 90: Scuba

It feels like Scuba must be going for some kind of record for his installment of the legendary Fabric mix CD series: he flies through 42 tracks over the course of the CD’s running time. That requires wild cutting-together skills as well as a knack for selections: producers here include Pearson Sound...view item »

S Olbricht
For Perfect Beings

Co-founder of the Farbwechsel imprint, Budapest based producer S Olbricht (UIQ, Opal Tapes) forms ambient techno pieces that sound as if they have been recorded too fast and slowed to the correct BPM resulting in everything sounding thuggy, pitched down and warm. Comes with a two track 10” which features conceptual reworki...view item »

Marcel Dettmann
DJ-Kicks

Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann contributes to the taste making mix series DJ Kicks. Showing his tamer, at home listening side delving into deep and intricate percussive pieces as well as wide textural soundscapes. Holds 6 unreleased edits and remixes including Rolando’s remix of Marcel&...view item »

Pangaea
In Drum Play

Pangaea is the recording name for Hessle Audio co-founder Kevin McAuley. In Drum Play features skeletal techno which still bears the intensity of rave that has set maverick experimentalist McAuley apart over the last decade. The album mixes studio craft with the in-your-face sound of hi...view item »

Rote
EP2

Rote is what happens when Daniel Avery and Volte-Face get together. Leaning away from Avery’s cleaner techy side with huge dynamic range. With two soundscape tracks that range from harsh clattering metal or glass to dirged out drones, the remaining tracks are distant and almost unassumingl...view item »

Pépé Bradock
Baby Craddock

Pépé Bradock is the mischievous Parisian producer with a flair for mixing it up stylistically. Here he also plays around with identity, declaring that he is now Baby Craddock instead. Whatever that might mean, these six tracks provide plenty to enjoy, from flicker-pulsing dark acid to wild house. Baby ...view item »

Yuri Lugovskoy
Yuri Lugovskoy

My first encounter with Yuri Lugovskoy’s music was around two and a half years ago through his debut CD (also self-titled) on Moteer. The Ukranian artist’s sophomore album is released o...view item »

Killawatt
Fazed EP

Dark and dystopian techno with a clean industrial edge. Fazed is a straight hitter from a bladerunner factory, Livewire is a minimal machine stuck in a clattering loop and Okinawa is a sense shocking percussion and metal scraping flurry. With two remixes of Livewire, Sergie Rezza turning it in...view item »

Varg
Star Alliance

Varg’s Star Alliance, previously a vanishingly-limited 6-tape box-set, now makes it onto vinyl. The Varg sound is electronic but varied, with a slightly dark mood the main point of consistency. Oh and it isn’t the racist black metal Varg by the way, I checked. Double LP (with most of the ori...view item »

rkss
Cutoff

London’s Alien Jams imprint follows up their Beatrice Dillon/Karen Gwyer split with a 12” EP from rkss. Strange and peripheral electronics are the order of the day! “Wave” washes out fidgety, hyper-textural knocks with swathes of synths and a kick that steadily hammers you into neighbour-nuisance territor...view item »

Adam Feingold
Ascension

Canadian producer Adam Feingold aka Ex-Terrestrial (1080p, Temple, Pacific Rhythm) returns to Steven Julien's label for a second twelve, featuring two cuts of the rugged style house/techno that Funkineven seems to hoover up for his imprint. 'Ascension' is raw and emotive with a smattering of acid, while the blue 'Inner Zone' is melancholy a...view item »

Daniel Avery
DJ-Kicks

Daniel Avery’s ticket has come up, so it's time for him to submit his DJ Kicks mix. Avery is a strong believer in the narrative of a mix, so this Kicks edition is definitely designed to be listened to ‘properly’, all the way through. The tracklist includes Planetary As...view item »

J. Albert
Small Room EP

Super-prolific techno footmover J. Albert comes back for another 2016 12", this time channeling dusty inner city beats for a good 4 tracks. Judging by the quality of A2 cut 'Ting Waan', this will be stomping, keeping bodies warm and limber deep into the winter nights and beyond. While he's just got things moving with his own Exotic Dance label, ...view item »

Aphex Twin
Richard D James

In a career full of brilliant music, this could possibly be one Aphex Twin's high-water marks, widely popular at the time of release. It introduced his pulverising 'drill and bass' techniques, moving him away from his acid 'n' ambience beginnings. Contains several classics such as 'Cornish Acid', 'Girl/Boy Song' etc. ...view item »

Marcellus Pittman
Sneak Attack / Random Acts of Insanity

4 years ago, Marcellus Pittman wowed people with Pieces, his debut full-length album on Unirhythm. Now he sneaks out 2 of the strongest tracks from that collection for DJ-friendly 12” release. Sneak Attack and ...view item »

Twins
Cold Gemini EP

Matt Weiner is pulling the strings on this new 12" from TWINS (a shorthand for That Which Is Not Said), following up on his last release, a split with Os Ovni. The record is a collection of in-your-face techno tunes that head straight for the darkest avenues, while keeping one eye on the dancefloor at the same time. Full of squeaky beats an...view item »

Diagenetic Origin
The Galactic Clock

Punchy, tough atmosphere-drenched techno with shades of, say, Ancient Methods but a little less sonically brutal. Yet this EP is gonna be devastating on the dancefloor, loaded as it is with floor-scorching industrial vigour and a clenched fistful of mechanical funk.  A1. CyclesA2. Question B1. GalaxyB2. Hear...view item »

J Velez
Ausland

Lost in the cosmos with J Velez. Ausland are two hot efforts from the state side technophile. These jams are stone cold killers assassinations, with the deep water diving of "Ausland" - effortlessly loosening you up for the floor. Perhaps inspired by Lynch, "Lost Highway" is the early morning failed ...view item »

Specter
The Gooch

“Daddy, are ghosts real?” “No sweetie, of course not. But THE SPECTER is. Are you ready to go all acid up in here?” Just a regular conversation between father and daughter. The Gooch is one piece of 12” goodness that will tear family ties apart and sow them up nicely and in strange and...view item »

Cop Envy
Total End

Three funk fueled, highly percussive techno tracks from Melbourne producer Cop Envy backed by a Manse (Lobster Theremin, Opal Tapes) refix. ‘BGFT’ goes first, with spectral synth hovering under a ...view item »

Blackmass Plastics
Under The Radar

Blackmass Plastics drops 8 new tracks on the Ugly Funk label, keenly playing up to label type with rough dancefloor killers that are presented without smooth edges. Under The Radar, which sprawls over 2 12”s, is a mutant thing that collects up tracks that have made a bi...view item »

Cristian Vogel
The Assistenz

Another major statement of electronic music by Christian Vogel. The Assistenz was recorded in Copenhagen with rich array of synthesisers and creative programming techniques. This record could stand just as well in the middle of the dancefloor as in an academic electronic music lab. The Assistenz is released by ...view item »

Mickey Pearce
Michael

Mickey Pearce (aka Shortstuff's Richard Attley)'s debut album is a mixed affair. Whilst a lot of the tracks here inhabit the familiar post dubstep landscape we would expect them to, there are others which veer downbeat, some optimistically and upliftingly so, and others with a dark kind of edge. Expect the unexpected....view item »

Gerd Janson
Fabric 89: Gerd Janson

Gerd Janson steps up to the honoured Fabric decks with the 89th instalment in their crucial mix series. He’s got plenty of killers in his DJ box, with almost every track here being a special remix version: Prins Thomas does Caribou...view item »

Faster Action
Faster Action

Usually a pairing with Robert Bergmann, Interstellar Funk goes it alone under the Faster Action title for these cheeky tools many DJs would be thankful for. Two tracks offering strong beds of rhythm, the first a 909 explosion and the second a heavier metallic affair. Great backbone stuff for any...view item »

Moderat
III

Moderat are an electronic three-piece consisting of Gernot Bronsert, Sebastian Szary and Sascha Ring. III is the completion of a trilogy that has seen the once self-proclaimed “Lap-top Boy Band” grow to be a single like-minded entity. their debut, I, was the coming together of very separate ideas wh...view item »

Millie & Andrea
Drop The Vowels

When I picked this CD from my review pile I thought it was by a duet by the names of Millie and Andrea. Little did I know that the moniker actually represents the collaboration of two titans of experimental electronics, Andy Stott and Demdike Stare’s Miles Whittaker. Cool...view item »

Pantha du Prince
Black Noise

Been liking this here Pantha Du Prince CD on Rough Trade. He seems to have hit on the middle ground between Keiran Hebden's twinkly organic post-housescapes and the uber-talented James Holden's euphoric electro-tinged floor burners. He's got that whole smooth European techno sound sewn up, a sort of funky cerebral electronica that can blur the line...view item »

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