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Kraftwerk
Trans Europe Express

Simply the best album in the whole world. So many artists have been influenced by Kraftwerk - way too many to mention here + I'll no doubt inadvertantly miss some of them out. Repetitive lyrics, haunting melodies & highly addictive tracks. Buy this, you will not be disappointed!! After this, buy every album th...view item »

Daft Punk
Discovery

Electronic music is a genre that has broadened so much over the past few decades, that it's become increasingly difficult to find a record that's considered to be an official point of entry. I will tell you this: if you're looking for a start in the genre, Daft Punk's Discovery is the perfect start. Daft Punk may have come from a house music bac...view item »

Moby
Play

Moby’s Play is renowned for being the first album ever to totally sell-out, in that every last one of its 18 tracks was licensed for commercial use in ads and films. Given that level of exposure you may know all the tunes here anyway, but in case you want to treat them to a proper listening experience, here is a 2...view item »

Ø (Mika Vainio)
Kantamoinen

The original CD edition of ‘Kantamoinen’ on Sahko is long out of print and was never released on vinyl so this new edition on wax is most welcome. But then maybe this was never pressed on vinyl for good reason? The track sequence has been rejigged for this new vinyl edition - perhaps ...view item »

Huerco S.
Untitled

A woozy techno four tracker from Kansas-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” vinyl from Boo...view item »

The Human League
Reproduction

In 1979 the Human League were a really bizarre proposition. Their early 'Dignity of Labour' EP had been a fantastic tour de force of instrumental electronica about a billion years ahead of it's time but at the time of 'Reproduction' they were welding their electronics to Phil Oakey's baritone vocals and creating unsettling pop music with jarring...view item »

Tessela / Lanark Artefax
Blue 01

It is the repress of the first Whities Blue, my dudes. Whities has already garnered a reputation as one of the best new labels in the British clubsphere off the back of drops by Avalon Emerson, ...view item »

Concretism
For Concrete and Country

Some good old-fashioned idiosyncrasy from Concretism here. For Concrete And Country synthesises much of the Great British oddball lineage - the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Ghost Box Records, Public Service Broadcasting etc. - with a newly-resurfaced Cold War paranoia. It’s the aural...view item »

Caron
Haunted Memory

Repress of Caron's debut release on brokntoys with new artwork. Haunted Memory is Caron doing atmospheric acid in as moody way as possible. That classic bass you know in love is twisted into all sorts of freaky shapes. Beat occasionally make way for ambience for even mor...view item »

Komodo Kolektif
Sumantras

Perhaps unexpectedly based in Glasgow, and made up of four multi instrumentalists from King Krak, Blinding Sunlight and Gamelan Naga Mas, Komodo Kolektif was setup around their shared love of Gamelan instrumentation, and melding that with vintage synthesizers, heavily processed ...view item »

Klaus Schulze
La Vie Electronique Volume 1.0

Klaus Schulze’s 70s work is an innovative and immersive as Kosmische synth gets. La Vie Electronique is a series of outtake compilations that has run to 15 multi-disc CD volumes. This double LP brings half of the first volume to vinyl for the first time. It captures Schulze,...view item »

Chromatics
In The City

Italians Do It Better here bring back an excellent 2010 EP by Chromatics. In The City contains 12” and instrumental versions of the title track, plus a brace of originals and a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s majestic ‘I’m On Fire’. Total woozy late-night 80’s synth vibe...view item »

Boards of Canada
Music Has The Right To Children

Here we have a vinyl re-press of one of the most lauded electronic albums of all time and certainly one that could be considered a ‘game changer’. Their particular brand of bleached out, saturated music is much copied but as this years ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ proves, no-one else really has come close to completely emul...view item »

Kamixlo
Demonico

The second release on Visionist’s rebooted label comes from Kamixlo who serves up four cuts of heavy, darkside industrialized reggaeton complete with a remix from the label bossman himself. ‘Outra Noche’ sets the mood with ghoulish pitched down vocals and dem...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 »

Forest Swords
DJ-Kicks

Matthew “Forest Swords” Barnes gets The Invitation from the !K7 crowd, a sure measure of success. The selections for his mix prove eclectic and certainly more interested in portraying a range of great music than a seamless, segued mix experience. You’ve got Kara-Lis Coverdale, David Too...view item »

Beta Evers / Spatial Relation
Split EP

New York duo Spatial Relation and Augsburg’s Beta Evers contribute three tracks a-piece here for Peripheral Minimal. The trio from Evers are tinny, lo-fi tracks which jump between dark electro (‘Hiding’) and synthwave (‘Soundtrack For A Tomorrow’). Doppleref...view item »

Shorelights
Ancient Lights

Rod Modell AKA Deepchord (see also  Echospace, Waveform Transmissions, Transformations) has hooked up with the two blokes from Detroit’s nospectacle, Chris McNamara and Walter Wasacz to become ...view item »


Trap Configurations

When someone drops a record called Trap Configurations in 2018, forgive this blurb writer for expecting booming kicks and rattling hi-hats of the Metro Boomin/Mike WiLL Made-It school. But June Records have thrown us a red herring with that title. TC is, in fact, a record of da...view item »

Vakulism
Edelweiss Reflection

Ukrainian producer Vakula appears as Vakulism for this one. I for one welcome the new Vakulist movement. In any case, things aren’t sounding too different from his February LP Metaphors, especially the closer ‘The Eve of Metaphors’ - title’s a clue. A chill range of midtempo tech...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 »


Neptunalia

A collaborative compilation between the labels Lal Lal Lal and Ikuisuus, both prominent platforms in the Finnish psych, weird folk and ambient undergrounds. Mostly Finns feature, such as the relatively well-known Olli Aarni, Kuupuu and Ilpo Numminen. Yet there are also appearances from Tokyo&rsq...view item »

The Fear Ratio
Live E.P

Culled from rehearsals from live shows so not actually live but near enough, this is a sweet four tracker from techno experts Mark Broom & James Ruskin.  Opener 'GBA' has some pretty nice wobble synth scheming away neath some dubby beats and clanging percussion. The duo have a really nice combination of sounds and seem to effortles...view item »

Palta & Ti
Palta og Ti på den Tolvte Ø

Aarhus-based pseudonym enthusiasts Palta (aka Natal Zaks, Central, Brio, Escar, Soft Talk etc.) and Ti (aka Milán Zaks, DJ Sports) follow last year’s cassette Hej Australien ...view item »


Modeselektion Vol. 04

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

Rødhåd / Vatican Shadow / Kasper Marott / Fadi Mohem
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP4

Berlin-based dub, techno and house practitioner, Rødhåd, the dark and powerful Vatican Shadow, AKA American, Dominick Fernow, Danish dance guy, Kasper Marrot and German technohead Fadi Mohem each contribute a track to the latest in the taste-making Mode...view item »

Modeselektor / Peder Mannerfelt / Lory D / Solid Blake
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP3

Selekt life with this four-track curation via Modeselektor which features four different body-shaking dancemakers at work; the group themselves, to start things off, plus noise thriller Peder Mannerfelt, Larry D and Solid Blake. How about that for a...view item »

Lone / FJAAK / Radio Slave / Claude Speeed
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP2

Modeselektion Vol 4 EP 2 contains tracks by Nottingham’s Matt Cutler under his Lone alias, German dance trio, FJAAK, Germany-based techno and house producer Matt Edwards, AKA Radio Slave (also produces as part of the duo Rekids with James Ma...view item »

Brainwaltzera / Actress / Skee Mask / rRoxymore
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP1

Monkeytown and Ninja Tune are releasing Volume 4 of their revered Modeselektion series as four separate 12” EPs. EP 1 throws together the mysterious Brainwaltzera, Actress AKA Darren J Cunningham, German DJ Skee Mask and French futuristic funkster, r...view item »

Sign Libra
Closer To The Equator

Ahh, Libras. Passionate. Gentle. Loving. Into ballet. At least, this particular Libra is. Sign Libra is an alias of Latvian composer Agata Melnikova, and Closer To The Equator is a concept-heavy EP of music initially composed for a ballet at the Latvian National Opera. It draws on the sound world of BBC...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 »

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 »

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 »

Autechre
L-Event

Rob and Sean are back with this little EP/mini album ‘L-Event’, a direct follow up to their hugely successful album ‘Exai’ with the cover artwork being of similar style. Four tracks in just over 26 minutes of Autechre’s usual brand of juddering, urgent electronica, it seems that after ...view item »

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
The Kid

The bearer of Norman Records’ Album of the Year 2016 returns just over a year later with a follow-up, and by the looks of it she’s more of a cosmic traveller than ever. I’m sure you’re all wondering what’s changed since EARS, and don’t worry, this ain’t no acoustic interlude album. It’s full of tho...view item »

Mouse On Mars
Dimensional People

It does look somewhat like Mouse on Mars skimmed through the Pitchfork Book of Indie Cool to choose their guests for this opus. For Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) Aaron & Bryce Dessner (the National) and Zach Condon (Beirut) feature alongside 40 other guests. Impressive though their l...view item »

Psychological Strategy Board
Penny Slinger: Out Of The Shadows

I dream of the day I start my musical career and skip releasing an actual debut record and go straight to the soundtrack phase. Psychological Strategy Band daren’t dream, activating score season in their lives with this weird and disturbing OST for ‘Penny Slinger: Out of the Shadows’, a documentary about Slinger’s avant-g...view item »

Mohammad Reza Mortazavi
Focus

Fascinating rhythmic explorations by Mohammad Reza Mortazavi on Padre Himalaya. The way he renders the timbres and textures of two traditional Persian instruments, the tonbak and the daf, make for captivating and intimate listening. Most interesting is the seeming relationship between this style and European mi...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...view item »

Apostille
Choose Life

Glaswegian, Night School Records manager and probable trainspotter Apostille (one Michael Kasparis) upsets the rhythm on Upset the Rhythm with his new album Choose Life. This one follows 2015’s Powerless with upbeat retro (especially the bass) synthpop. Good luck un-seeing the cover photo ever....view item »

Ellen Arkbro
For Organ and Brass

A short shout out for a very good record, here: Ellen Arkbro has made a wonderfully doomy and ancient-sounding drone record that will appeal to fans of blaring organs, big stoical buildings and huge dread. The informatively titled ‘For Organ and Brass’ is one for fans of Aine O’Dwyer's organ improvisations and ...view item »

Space Afrika
Somewhere Decent To Live

Manchester-based duo Space Afrika aka Josh Reidy and Joshua Inyang follow their tape and EP for Where To Now? with an album on their co-run, fledging label sferic. Essentially, this is immaculately stoned and pristinely produced dubwise ambient. If the words “ambient” and “dub” in the same sentence have you concer...view item »


Patina Echoes

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

Bülent Arel
Electronic Music 1960-1973

Bülent Arel is one of those under-appreciate electroacoustic composers that labels like Sub Rosa are so good at unearthing from the dust of history. Arel, who worked on Varése’s piece ‘Déserts’, has an array of his electronic works from the period 1960 to 197...view item »

John Foxx
Metamatic (Deluxe)

John Foxx left Ultravox to be replaced as singer by Midge Ure. Metamatic, originally released in 1980, was his first solo effort. Whilst sticking with electronic music, Foxx eschwed the soft synth convention of Ultravox to create a harder-edged, l...view item »

Bee Mask
Elegy For Beach Friday

Chris Madak's Bee Mask project has been going on for some time, and on this release he has collected together his personal highlights from various limited cassette and CDr editions recorded between 2003 and 2010, "re-imagined, re-edited and remastered"...essentially a ...view item »

Carpenter Brut
Leather Teeth

Take synthwave, and make it a bit metal. That's what this is, those are the darks arts in which Carpenter Brut indulge. Probably the easiest point of comparison is early Justice, in particular the excellent Planisphère. Released by Carloline and the vinyl com...view item »

Denaji
UNTHANK006

UNTHANK006 by Denaji gets a repress following an initial run of just 13 copies with packaging production values that would make Factory Records lavish efforts look restrained. The three-track EP contains a remix of lead track, Wuhti by DJ Sotofett's Bhakti Cr...view item »

t.e.s.o.
Costruzione 04

Italian duo t.e.s.o. return to Aperture Records with their second LP. As is hinted by its title and artwork, Costruzione 04 is a Brutalist record full of brooding ambiences...view item »

The Black Dog
Black Daisy Wheel

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

The Black Dog
Post-Truth

Post-Truth is the counterpart album to The Black Dog’s forlorn new Black Daisy Wheel. Unlike its ambient companion, this one is all percussive teeth, at lingering dancefloor tempos. On the more minimal cuts such as ‘FWB’ and ‘Anticipation Occupation’, the tone is especially oppress...view item »


S&S Presents: Dreams

This collaborative release between Cascine Records (Chad Valley, Korallreven) and blog Stadiums and Shrines features eighteen excursions into all areas of ambience. They cast their net wide on S&S Presents: Dreams - Buchla wizard Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith...view item »

The Future Sound Of London
My Kingdom Re-imagined

The Future Sound Of London, or FSOL to their friends have taken a Michelin-starred chef’s approach to reworking their 1996 track, My Kingdom by offering it up in eight different ways on My Kingdom Re-imagined, moulding it from ambient rock to electronica along the way. The original version of the track fea...view item »

Docile
Docile

Techno collabo from John T. Gast and Tribe of Colin as Docile. It's on the ever excellent Trilogy Tapes so you know that this is both good, and very likely to sell out. 'Empty Fury' is like a nightmarish version of another Trilogy T...view item »

Alma Construct
Circulator

Taking a break from their usual home on R&S Records for a release with Power Vacuum, Alma Construct suck up the vibes from some classic ‘90s electro such as B12, A.R.T., Rephlex and the Detroit scene from the period to influence a new EP. Circulator is thinking person&...view item »

XOR Gate
Conic Sections

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

Automelodi
Surlendemains Acides

Hardware fans get ready! Automelodi is Montréal's Xavier Paradis, a man who knows his way around knobs and sliders better than most. This is a reissue of his 2013 album Surlendemains Acides, a collection of dense and energetic analogue synth pop. It's the sort of thing that'd bring a b...view item »

Dopplereffekt
Cellular Automata

Exciting times afoot as Dopplereffekt announce their first full-length album release in a decade! Cellular Automata is an album derived from various mathematical processes, but still maintaining the crucial power you’d expect from a Gerald Donald (also of Drexciya!) project. LP in...view item »

Lo Five
PROPAGATE

Liverpool’s Emotion Wave has only previously released compilations, so Lo Five must be up to something to be responsible for EW’s first single-artist release. Having impressed with cuts on both previous EW releases, Lo Five shows their range on Propagate. There are hyperactive, ...view item »

Rival Consoles
Persona

Have you ever been followed down a dark alley by someone wielding an axe? Well If you have and don't want that part of your life soundtracked then best not listen to Rival Consoles new opus.  These are dramatic flourishes of pulsating and cinematic electronica that takes influence from Ingmar Bergman's psychological thriller but has...view item »

Alek Lee
Colours

I'm still trying to get my head round this album art. It's not that I don't know what it is, it's just...why? Colours is Alek Lee's second record on Antinote, and as you'd expect, it is a brilliant sounding record that Alek creates by messing around with electronic and deep house sounds. Available on vinyl 12". ...view item »

Enrique
Gag-Me

Brooklyn upstarts BANK Records (E Sagilla, Via App) drop this limited-edition 7” from Enrique. The two tracks of Gag-Me can only be aptly described as industrial downtempo, if you are able to imagine such a thing. ‘Gag-Me’ and ‘Concrete Shoes&rsq...view item »

Aisha Devi
DNA Feelings

Danse Noire co-founder Aisha Devi drops the follow-up to Of Matter And Spirit via Houndstooth. In DNA Feelings, Devi has created a visceral LP which bends rave styles to her will. The manner in which the sounds of the club are re-purposed as platforms for Devi’s powerful ...view item »

Jan Jelinek
Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records

Released in 2001 Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records by Jan Jelinek has sat on so many people’s wish list since because it has not been repressed once. Well, major props to Faitiche for answering the call, not only as a double vinyl but with two bonus tracks taken from the Tendency EP. Micro sampling ambient techno...view item »

Ben Frost
All That You Love Will Be Eviscerated

Ben Frost’s spring cleaning uncovers more material from the wings of last year’s The Centre Cannot Hold sessions with Steve Albini. In this episode of A Touch of Frost, our hero’s angry, manly cinematronica is assisted by remixes from Carsten Nicolai’s dominion of DSP ...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 »

The Glitch Mob
See Without Eyes

See Without Eyes... now there’s a title to get the grey matter going. So far as I can tell, this latest product of L.A. three-piece The Glitch Mob contains no glitches at all. What it does contain is highly polished and truly excessive spring break EDM, with vocal contributions from the likes of Elohim...view item »

Robyn
Who Do You Love (Wolfgang Voigt Remixes) / Electric (Mad Professor Dub)

Robyn, queen of all she surveys, lights the beacon for Wolfgang Voigt and Mad Professor to ride through the night to her quarters. She unfurls the scroll and bequeaths them each a task: to remix a track of hers. Voigt, eager to win the favour of royalty, turns in two versions of her 2014 ...view item »

Jonas Reinhardt
Conclave Surge

Electronic rhythm time courtesy of Jonas Reinhardt, who intends that this record to carry the vibrations of rituals and ceremonies. Conclave Surge is lovely propulsive listening, mixing fun-time synth and drum approaches with aspects of minimalism and industrial. It’s a heady brew, and it works! Limited vinyl edit...view item »

Jules Venturini
Whities 014

It’s been a hot year for London’s Whities, as the Nic Tasker-ran label of leftfield grooves has platformed pure charisma from the likes of Lanark Artefax, Avalon Emerson and Bullion. Whities 014 comes from Jules Venturini, a noted record store cle...view item »

Jlin
Free Fall EP

Music that I don't understand part 432. Jlin is the leading footwork artist. She hails from the horrifying industrial hub of Gary, Indiana. Her 2015 album 'Dark Energy' was voted best album of the year by the white middle aged men with beards who make up the staff of the Wire, but don't let that put you off. Opener 'Eu4ri' is in fact a r...view item »

Joe Meek
I Hear A New World

Joe Meek’s amazing vision of spacey DIY strange-pop is beautifully represented on his 1960 album I Hear A New World: An Outer Space Music Fantasy, reissued here by Poppydisc. Meek was the master of getting unusual effects out of cheap (or no) equipment, his natural curiosity and ingenuity shining ...view item »

UUUU
UUUU

UUUU is what happens when you get Edvard Graham Lewis (Wire, Dome), Thighpaulsandra (Coil, Spiritualized), Matthew Simms (...view item »

Biosphere
Substrata

Fans of isolationist ambient music have reason to rejoice as Substrata, widely regarded to be an ambient classic, is reissued on double 180gr vinyl and CD. Linking the slow moving, icy soundscapes of Thomas Köner with the distant rhythms of Selected Ambient Works Vol. 2, the album has become a significant source of inspirat...view item »

Luc Ferrari
Presque Rien

I’ve listened to this album twice this week. Last night it formed the soundtrack to my journey from home into and around the city and was quite a surreal experience watching all the Christmas shoppers bustling around while the sounds of a waking fishing village are being pumped into my ears. The field recordings and electro-acou...view item »

Mika Vainio
Reat

Although the Pan Sonic legend Mika Vainio sadly passed away earlier this year, his busy work ethic means that there is still unheard music that has been waiting for release. Reat is just such a thing: eight tracks of Mika’s trademark audio wranglings, with subtle drones and hammer...view item »

Shit & Shine
Some People Really Know How To Live

With releases on Diagonal, Riot Season, Rocket and, Gangsigns, Shit & Shine are shape shifters with no real defined edges. Happily mixing Thrones avantgarde heaviness with Luke Vibert acid and broken breaks. Some People Really Know How To Live continues their degradation of genres, ...view item »

Arandel
Turbatrix

“Ok then, back to basics/Grab your shell-toes and Arundel’s Turbatrix.” Who’d ever have thought that Robbie Williams...view item »

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Abstractions

Conceived as a soundtrack to a film of visuals by the late Harry Everett Smith, Abstractions finds Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith zooming out a little bit. The single-track work sees Smith working with an array of modulars along with her well-worn Prophet 5 synthesiser to create this plaintive, oceanic ambi...view item »

ASDA
Three Tracks

With releases like ‘McDonald’s Prayer’ and the Live At Death Disco tape, ASDA have successfully carved out a niche as the upstart weirdos of the Young Echo crew. As is always the case, things have got a bit out of hand and their first release, 2015’s Three Tracks EP, has...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 »

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 »


PRINT/TRACK 01 // PRINT/TRACK 02

Thesis Project’s PRINT/TRACK series is an interesting endeavour. It works one of two ways - either musicians create two pieces to which visual artists respond with a 10” work, or vice versa. The end result is a luxury vinyl. The f...view item »

Ssaliva
WYIN

Gorgeous mini album of elegiac, crystalline ambient electronics from Ssaliva aka Belgian producer François Boulanger - previously spotted on Ekster, Leaving Records, Vlek, Purple Tape Pedigree etc. Thematically, the record laments on socio-political concerns and it's a proper weeper. Immaculately produced, it conjures images of a broken f...view item »

Seahawks
Eternal Beams

New Age relax-o-trons and prolific musicians Seahawks follow up their critically lauded Escape Hatch LP with Eternal Beams. Two sides of exploratory music that make you feel nestled, comfortable and at peace before revitalising you, via pulsating sounds, dolphin noises and good vibes. LP and CD on Ocean Moon,...view item »

Élg
Vu Du Dôme

Heard you’re all in the mood for some sound poetry? Yeah, I heard right. This review is not the sound poem; it is the mere conduit for it, with me as the messenger-boy for a record of troublemaker music concrete. Gorgeous and unnerving, a blessing and an ailment, this is ‘Vu Du Dôme’, the latest record by weirdo producer ...view item »

Autechre
Amber

Warp's Autechre re-issue series continues with this their first proper full length album (the earlier Incunabula was in fact a compilation of demos). This one contains some of their most ambient moments as well as forging forward the cut and paste beats and deep acid and techno hinted at on Incunabula. Ess...view item »

Vanessa Amara
Manos

The most elegant of noise labels, Posh Isolation, continue their recent descent into kinder, more gentler experiments. Vanessa Amara made the lovely drone record You're Welcome Here a while ago, the duo offering low-key streams of sound with the occasional dramatic and bell-tolling payoff. They're back wi...view item »

Flame 1 (Burial & The Bug)
Fog / Shrine

If you’ve been living on another planet for the past month or so, it’s probably worth telling you that Flame 1 is a collaboration between Kevin Martin aka The Bug and Will Bevan aka Burial. This record is the first release on Martin’s newly minted label Pressure. ...view item »

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