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Matmos / People Like Us / Wobbly
Wide Open Spaces

Let’s revisit a remarkable collaboration from 2002, when plunderphonic supremos People Like Us and Wobbly matched up with Matmos, the kings of high-concept, high-fun electronics. Wide Open Spaces documents a live performance themed around ‘country & western’, which...view item »

Mouse On Mars
Idiology

German electronic duo Mouse On Mars have been at this music lark for 24 years now. The duo have never felt the need to bow to convention. Their 2001 album, Idiology is now being reissued by Chicago label Thrill Jockey. Pressed on white vinyl with a die cut sleeve and inner sleeve with artwork, thi...view item »

Minibus Pimps
Cloud to Ground

Weirdly enough, I was just wondering a couple of days ago what Deathprod was up to after spinning his 'Morals And Dogma' masterpiece for a couple of friends, and as if the cosmos heard my question, today I have taken delivery of this Minibus Pimps LP to review, remarkable because it not only features Helge "...view item »

Otto Sidharta
Four Indonesian Electronic Pieces 1979-1984

Extremely rare sounds from Otto Sidharta, an electronic composer from Indonesia. This release, which puts to vinyl four pieces from the double disc CD edition, were recorded between 1979 and 1992, and make for astonishing listening. Pure electronics are merge...view item »

COH
COH Plays Everall

Super intensive producer COH presents a tribute to and posthumous collaboration with John Everall, developed from material Everall provided. The combination of his analogue sounds and COH’s super-digital manipulations makes for a hell of a ride, and the CD version even add...view item »

FFT
fft1

The debut release on fledgeling imprint Uncertainty Principle. 'fft1' is a 5-track 12" EP of pure, squirming and bleeping electro with pristine, crisp production and deep subs. Think a more funked up vision of early Sahko, Ryoji Ikeda, Bytone etc. Mastered for vinyl by Ed Upton (aka DMX Krew) at Curve Pusher, London....view item »

Koenraad Ecker
A Biology of Shadows

Third solo album from Belgian sound artist Koenraad Ecker released on his newly minted In Aulis label in an edition of 300 copies, housed in a lovely gatefold sleeve and mastered by Rashad Becker at D+M. If you’ve heard his previ...view item »

10LEC6
Bone Bame

Ed Banger! Good to see you again. It’s fine, we’ve forgiven you for what you did in the 2000s. 10LEC6 have been kicking around the French label for a few years now, but the addition of singer/MC Nicole has seen the group develop a new sound that they describe as ‘Bulupunk&rsquo...view item »

Ryuichi Sakamoto
async - Remodels

Japanese electronic music legend and former Yellow Magic Orchestra member Ryuichi Sakamoto's 2017 album 'async' graced numerous end of year lists. An all-star cast of remixers have been assembled to re-work the material in their own distinctive visions; Arca, Fennesz, Oneohtrix Point Never, Motion Graphics, Alva Noto, Yves Tumo...view item »

Nu-Sound II Crew / Magnus I
Spilt EP

Both a reissue and a split EP, this is one of the things we love most at Norman Records. Throw in the fact that we’re talking about oldskool experimental 90s synthesizer driven electro, and we might be tempted to keep all these beautiful vinyl 12”s, including the sweet postcard of the Nu Sounds crew djing....view item »

East Man
Red, White & Zero

Anthoney Hart - he of Basic Rhythm and Imaginary Forces fame - drops the first release of his East Man project on Planet Mu. Red, White & Zero is a whip-smart take on grime also incorporates elements of jungle, techno and hardcore, with an over...view item »

The Human League
Travelogue

The second album from The Human League, the Sheffield synth-pop heroes. Travelogue was released in 1980, and is the last record to feature the full original line-up before the Heaven 17 schism. That also means that Travelogue is the last chance to hear the slightly more industrially-edged versi...view item »

B. Fleischmann
Stop Making Fans

The record’s almost called Stop Making Sense, there’s a song on it called ‘We’ve Heard The Talking Heads Talking’ and the cover looks like a still from the video for Hot Chip’s ‘One Pure Thought’. Needless to say that B. Fleischmann’...view item »

D'Arcangelo
D'Arcangelo

Roman techno vets D’Arcangelo drop a chirpy techno four-track on Happy Skull (Throwing Shade, Andreas Gehm). As 808s twitter away in the background, the D’Arcangelo brothers layer twinkling synths atop them on tracks like ‘Saba Tree’ and ‘Pull Seven...view item »

Hattie Cooke
Hattie Cooke

Brighton tape label Third Kind drop a very likeable record from singer-songwriter Hattie Cooke. Cooke works in two modes on this self-titled record. Tracks like ‘Shut Your Mouth’ and ‘Song 14’ are twee synth-pop ala early Magnetic Fields, while other entries are sparse to...view item »

Primitive World
White On White

Primitive World is the handle of Sam Ellis who has previously appeared on Ecstatic with 2015’s ‘Ascention’ tape and has been knocking out EPs for the likes of Black Acre, R&S and Obsession Recordings. He’s also half of duo Walls (Kompakt) alongside Ecstatic boss Alessio Natalizia aka Not Waving. ‘White O...view item »

Orson Hentschel
Facades

Düsseldorf-based Orson Hentschel flexes his vocal chords on latest EP release “Facades”, though his pipes are more geared toward the spoken-word (he’s not exactly Mariah Carey). Almost choreographic, this record weaves together minimalist electro and seamless samples to a cathartically tense climax....view item »

Carter Tutti Void
f (x)

Next tight little release from the indomitable Carter Tutti Void trio (Throbbing Gristle, Factory Floor). f(x) finds them destroying dancefloors with a sharp set of tunes that balance beat-hypnotism with icy synth melodies. This release continues a brief but powerful traditio...view item »

Mica Levi
Delete Beach

Delete Beach is a short anime film that features an exclusive original soundtrack by Mica Levi, the polymath equally at home singing punky songs, DJing grime, or scoring pieces for London Sinfonietta. Synths and strings and jagged beats are Levi’s palette of choice here, creating ...view item »

Floating Points
Kuiper

Floating Points presents 2 nice side-long cuts that continue his exciting evolution into expansive full-band electronic jams. Both Kuiper and the B-side track ‘For Marmish Part II’ are compositions with lots of room for change and growth, the band clearly as hypnotised as the listener by the pulsing momentum...view item »

Akadama Bros
Sunshine

Some J-rap larking about from the Akadama Bros here, a crew who boast Bo Ningen’s Taigen Kawabe in their numbers. ‘Sunshine’ is a wry and fun cut that boasts a squelchy, vaguely jukey instrumental. Contains remixes Clock Hazard’s Technoman and Shi...view item »

Joe Germlin
No Master Dynamics

Banana Oil/Gay Against You noisenik Joe Germlin drops an album of strange sort-of-hip-hop on Adaadat. Taking cues from the Scandi Frankengenre of Skwee, the funk/rap/chiptune-hybrids across No Master Dynamics make this an LP you can’t get comfortable with. This is...view item »

Suzanne Ciani / Clone
Logo Presentation Reel 1985 (Instrumentals) / Octabred

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT RELEASE! I’d like to think that Suzanne Ciani needs no introduction, so much so I’m not going to give you one. Wiki her you lazy Normanites. Here Disposable Music present fifteen cuts from Ciani’s advertising portfolio that, when taken out of context, could be something crafted at the hand of modern co...view item »

Max Cooper
Emergence Remixed

Remixes of Max Cooper’s grand full-length Emergence project, featuring a great array of producers. We’re talking Vessels, Rival Consoles, Christian Loeffler and more besides. Generally, the remixes take the original material’s IDM and push it into full...view item »

The Gentleman Losers
Permanently Midnight

Sentimental Helsinkilaiset The Gentleman Losers (Samu and Ville Kuukka, aka Lessons) return after seven years of attention directed elsewhere. True to the meticulously-produced analogue texture and post-rock lounge style of previous releases, Permanently Midnight sounds like a snug, wintry log cabin rec...view item »

Sunset Graves
The Inevitable End

For his latest cassette The Inevitable End, Sunset Graves (UK electronic musician Andy Fosberry) deliberately limited his sound palette to synths, drums, samples and field recordings. Gosh, with only those at his disposal it’s amazing he was able to make anything at all! Nonetheless, against all odds, Fosberry has...view item »

Laurel Halo
Quarantine

Once again Hyperdub prove they're leading the charge against mediocrity both in contemporary club music and the softer, more introspective sounds of the underground. The rippling calm and strange spacious aural cosmos this talented Brooklyn songstress evokes is nothing less that breathtak...view item »

George FitzGerald
All That Must Be

George FitzGerald returns to the Double Six label with his second full length album. Includes collaborations with Bonobo, Lil Silva, Hudson Scott, and Tracey Thorne. Reflecting changes in his personal situation All That Must Be see FitzGerald shift his ...view item »

Bibio
Phantom Brickworks

What has Bibio in store for us this time? Lo-fi pastoral electronics, hi-fi Clarkalike bangers, dollops of disco or some of his peculiar, warm-spirited hybrids of the lot? In fact, Stephen Wilkinson’s new offering unexpectedly consists of semi-improvise...view item »

Kaltès & Nene H.
Protest EP

Protest EP introduces two exciting, fresh, techno artists located in Berlin - Kaltès and Nene H. The 12” on Lakker man Eomac’s Eotrax imprint also contains remixes by LAIR and Christina Sealey - half of mighty Canadian industrial/techno duo Orphx. The intention of the music within is to whip any c...view item »

Raymond Scott
Manhattan Research Inc.

Weird electronic music from Raymond Scott. This unique Triple LP has a futuristic feel to it. In other words it presents a bold view into the future from the time these sounds were recorded: the 50's and 60's. This collection of spoofs consists of previously unreleased material from Raymond Scott. They were made with electronic musical instrumen...view item »

Various / Joy Orbison
Selectors 004 - Joy Orbison

Who better to take part in Dekmantel’s Selectors compilation series than Joy Orbison? Over two LPs our man Joy presents favourite tunes from throughout his own archives and influences, sliding from jungle to techno to garage and back again, following Joy’s own logic rather than any r...view item »

I-f
The Brown Elbow Conspiracy

Dutch electro druid I-f has been a cult concern for a long time, hence his original wares on Viewlexx fetch hefty price tags on the second hand market. The label have done the right thing and dusted down essential 1997 12” The Brown Elbow Conspiracy, giving the sharks something to cry about and all lovers of dirty...view item »

Dalham
Janus

Dalham's debut 'Waves' was a word-of-mouth hit here at Norman Records. You all went a bit crazy for its slo-mo, sci-fi, electronic doom and its pressing of 250 sold out pretty damn quick. So it's great news that the mysterious bod behind Dalham has returned with a brand new opus of blurry electronics and eerie soundscapes. 'Janus' is available i...view item »

Dengue Dengue Dengue
Son de los Diablos

So good they named them thrice… it's Dengue Dengue Dengue, from Peru! This duo work with the instruments and musical styles that have grown out of Afro-Peruvian culture, and on Son de los Diablos they do so with entirely live instrumentation for the first time! This four-track EP is likely to whip up storms in 20...view item »

Drekka
Unbeknownst To The Participants At Hand

Drekka is an abstract musician dealing in weighty concepts of memory and passing, and Unbeknownst To The Participants At Hand gives us two substantial works over two sides of vinyl, one referencing Michael Haneke and the other melds sounds of uncertain provenance into a fragile structure. 500 copies on ...view item »

O.D. Davey
Catgut Tape

Available on 12” LP or CD. O.D. Davey’s debut album Catgut Tape is made up of high romanticised electronic folk, having already been compared to the stripped back stylings of Thom Yorke there’s a definite taste of a younger version of a contemporary David Sylvain to hi...view item »

Function & Vatican Shadow
Games Have Rules

Here's a collaboration between electronic big hitters Function and Vatican Shadow who have combined forces,  simultaneously stripping back each producer’s main production elements - the dancefloor-focused techno structures of Function; the experimental cassette-roots of Vatican Shadow - to create an album of dynamic electronic am...view item »

Peter Zinovieff
Electric Calendar / The EMS Tapes

'The Electronic Calendar/The EMS Tapes' is the first complete retrospective of the experimental electronic work of pioneering composer, instrument designer, and all out game changer in the world of electronic music Peter Zinovieff, documenting his work from his earliest experiments in 1965 through to the liquidation of his EMS synthesiser compan...view item »

Tosca
Boom Boom Boom (The Going Going Going Remixes)

The Austrian downtempo duo Tosca released their tenth full length Going Going Going in February 2017, and now return to !K7 Records with another remix project taking hand p...view item »

Factory Floor
Heart Of Data / Babel

For Factory Floor's first record on their own H/O/D label, the band release two tracks inspired by the 1927 Fritz Lang classic of silent cinema and science fiction, Metropolis. 'Heart Of Data' and 'Babel' were culled from the score which the band wrote, and performed live in front of an awestruck Scien...view item »

Patrick Cowley
Afternooners

Sex! Now that I have your attention: porn! Wait. Patrick Cowley is the electronic artist responsible for a series of cult gay porn soundtracks; Afternooners is the final volume to be released in an archival series of these works. Associated with creating his own dance sound based on trying to tr...view item »

Collin Gorman Weiland
Issue No. Twenty-One

After releases on Downwards and Neverender, Collin Gorman Weiland releases this limited pressing EP on Jealous God. Issue No. Twenty-One is a caustic, noisy, and rhythmic b...view item »

Beau Wanzer
Issue No. Twenty

Given that Jealous God have dropped brutalist EPs by the likes of Broken English Club and Varg, it was perhaps only a matter of time before they called in a favour from darkwave dynamo Beau Wanzer. Issue No. Twenty is a perpetual motion machine, increasing in speed and ...view item »

North Manc Beds
Mancweb

Oh now this is exciting... I was wondering when another record by these guys would materialize. They've previously had 3 12" and a mix CD out on both Skam and sub-label 33 but their release schedule is sparse. They're a highly under-rated mysterious collective that make proper electronic future music. This EP is doing the business with it's dark...view item »

Dead Fader
Jenny153

Milan’s Parachute Records front the latest album from club experimentalist John Cohen, aka Dead Fader. Jenny153 examines the intersection between dance music and art music in a manner similar to Arca, Rabit, Jlin, Ziur and a bunch...view item »

Moritz von Oswald Trio
Sounding Lines

Moritz von Oswald and Max Loderbauer are pretty well established and well respected players by now, but even so, they must hardly believe their luck that they’ve managed to pull Tony Allen into their trio for this album. On Sounding Lines, Allen adds trademark rhy...view item »

Eomac
One Spirit

On One Spirit, Emoac may lazily bring about Burial comparisons due to the distinctly processed drum lines keeping time. On these two tracks however, it's clear there's more at stake. Arpeggios and grinding swells of mid range bass produce a harshness, whilst vocal snippets add a dramatic, solemn atmosphere....view item »

Matthew Herbert
A Fantastic Woman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Matthew Herbert appears to have veered away from his super-conceptual production methods for once: his soundtrack for A Fantastic Woman, a powerful Chilean film about trans identity, is simply music, combining rich and colourful synthpop with classical stylings. Herbert’s OST is released by the Mi...view item »

Monster Rally
Flowering Jungle

Their last album was bloody brilliant so we have high hopes for this one too. Their sound is a laid back easy listening take on exotica and Dilla ish sampledelia. Here they are inspired by the sounds of 50 years worth of nature documentaries which sounds a perfect fit for their lovely brand of gentle cut up lounge music. &n...view item »

Various
They Make No Say: A Polytechnic Youth Singles Collection

Here is a much needed compilation which collects together all those hopelessly limited edition, impossi-buy records released by the London micro label Polytechnic Youth. The label focuses on the kind of minimalist synth pop that was in vogue between the years of '78 and '83 and has become highly collectible. You won't get these tracks anywhere e...view item »

OKADA
Misery

If you’re a fan of Bonobo and Helios, mix it with a little of Loscil’s elongated ambience and drudgy, yet sonically on-point percussion you get Greg Pappas’ (ZXYZXY) Okada project. Tracks average 15 minutes in length and play o...view item »

Shlohmo
Dark Red

Available as either 12” Vinyl or CD. Shlohmo’s 2nd album is a push past his usual sound, venturing into almost post-IDM/rock territory. Shlohmo himself Citing Burzum and Boards of Canada and signposts for this album is pretty on point, I’d also add the slower d...view item »

Helm
World In Action Remixed

Fan’s of Helm’s recent EP World In Action will want to lap up this new release pronto: it’s stacked to the gills with quality remixes by killer producers like Laurel Halo, Low Jack, Sky H1 and Parris. Helm’s orig...view item »

Nick Klein
Lowered Flaming Coffin

Nick Klein is worried. Worried and anxious about living in New York at a time of such unstable political and social disharmony. Whilst he tries to filter it out, sometimes enough is enough and this is a war cry to intervene. Lowered Flaming Coffin begins nicely enough with shimmering cyclical tones before descending into forebod...view item »

Bal5000
Bleu Infini

Lovely sparkly good-time music from Bal5000 here, with four tracks that feel like a videogame representation of an evening dancing on a Californian beach. This is house music that comes laden with cosmic synth flourishes and italo-disco edges, ready to whip up a happy storm. Bleu Infii is out on Invisible, Inc. in a lim...view item »

A Pulse Train
Tactus Tempus

Members of Hot Chip, Caribou, Simian Mobile Disco, Floating Points, and Junior Boys have got together to perform Frank McCarthy’s experimental composition Tactus Tempus, whereby 5 individuals improvise separately but are guided by...view item »

Scanner
Fibolae

Well, here's a thing: Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud and his first studio album in 8 years. In the meantime, he has been occupied on many things including sound design, film scores, art commissions... you name it. So it's good to have him back with a new LP, especially since the loss of his family; this record forms part of the neces...view item »

German Army
More Bitter Fruit

Enigmatic San Bernardino, California duo German Army are one of the most prolific but consistently reliable projects in the contemporary underground. This LP concerns the 1954 CIA coup in Guatemala, creating an impressionistic narrative from interview samples and ominous sonics. For fans of Throbbing Gristle, ea...view item »

Monolake
VLSI

New album from digital maestro Robert Henke under his Monolake alias. The title VLSI refers to the earliest generations of digital synthesisers, several of which were used to record this material. Some of these tracks are new versions of pieces that turned up in a recent EP series, while some are brand ...view item »

Phono Ghosts & Sferro
Alive in the Timeless Void

The evocatively titled Phono Ghosts project aka Neil Scrivin / Meatbingo (Skam) has teamed up with American synth-user Sferro for these five tracks of collaboration. Big and juicy soundscapes for eighties nostalgics, rounded out with an exclusive remix of one of the tracks by Odd Nosdam. Ca...view item »

J. Wiltshire
SH003

The third release on Super Hexagon comes from J. Wiltshire, who's previously been spotted on Hypercolour and also booted off the label with a split EP alongside Alma Construct (R&S). Here we have four cuts of precision-tooled electro/techno. These tracks have been getting some hefty DJ support, including He...view item »

Seekers International
RunComeTest! EP

A hazy pairing of stripped back but snazzy dub jams with contemporary touches adding atmosphere and abstraction. The deep bass and subtle beats are augmented with space echoed voices, pulsing keys and pad textures. Singular stuff from a unique collaborative force, brought from obscurity into the light....view item »

Patrick Cowley
School Daze

A unique compilation of works from the late electronic pioneer Patrick Cowley. School Daze features over eighty minutes of music from two gay porn films 'Muscle Up' and 'School Daze'. From Moroder-esque synths to musique concrete it’s a remarkable testament to his compositional skill and wide-ranging ambitions. Ou...view item »

SONIKKU
Diamond Dust

An interesting concept almost puts two EPs into one here, each track featuring a rework from eclectic producer Mobbs. It's all late night swirls though, with advances in rhythms and transient beat-like timbres setting tracks apart. It's the most ambient side of μ-Ziq, in a computer game in an ecotopi...view item »

Mythologen
Mythologen

Continuing a creative channel forged by the band Pistol Disco, Alexander Palmestål’s solo moniker is a lesson in solid groove, lush swirling atmospheres and plenty of momentary chaos and magic to lift the whole thing above our heads. This vinyl LP contains tracks that would be at home at the Haçienda in the late 80s, p...view item »

Vatican Shadow
Remember Your Black Day

Don't know why I grabbed the latest transmission from uber-dark noise puppy Dominick Fearn Cotton? NO! His general "furious hamster" demeanour and perpetual exploration of the darker side of life often leaves me feeling fairly bleaked out if I'm of a fragile state of mind, ie. most Autumn mornings. As it happens I'm erring on the perky '...view item »

Martin Jenkins
Dance Cave

Martyn Jenkins needs no introduction but I'm going to do so anyway as we want to sell some of these. Ok so it's the Pye Corner Audio bloke. Hopefully that's shifted a few. Normally known for his hugely sought after nostalgic synth work, this is his first foray into techno. US import so it's very pricey but a mus...view item »

Various
B9: Belgian Cold Wave 1979-1983

Those lovely fellows at LTM Records have re-released this 1981 compilation (originally on Sandwich Records) of Belgian new wave, electronic and industrial tracks, a double album full to the brim with dark synth and industrial clattering from acts like Front 242, Polyphonic Size...view item »

Alex Augier
Germination

First solo EP from the Paris-based Alex Augier. Those intrigued by the Roly Porter remix will not be disappointed, as Germination's combination of cinematic and unstable textures, and complex and explosive rhythms would be right at home on Mr Porter's Subtext label. Actually released b...view item »

Alma Construct & J. Wiltshire
SH001

Alma Construct (R&S) and J. Wiltshire (Hypercolour) split one in half for the first release on Super Hexagon. Across four cuts we get some expertly crafted, lush, dynamic and quirky Braindance flavoured electro(nica) that wouldn't have been out of place on Rephlex back in the day. pressed on 180g wax....view item »

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things: Season 1 - Volume 2

1980’s horror series Stranger Things has been extremely well received for its careful reconstruction of 1980’s film tropes, and the soundtrack is no exception. Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have done a sterling job of absorbing all that John Carpenter and Vangelis...view item »

D.K. / S.K.
D.K. / S.K.

Jonny Nash’s Melody As Truth label is the perfect home for this luxuriant trip through sophisticated ambience from certified smooth operators D.K. and Suzanne Kraft. The honey-coated tones oozing out of the six tracks on this EP land somewhere between tender Balearic introspection and 80s ...view item »

Frank Bretschneider
Plastik / Mechanik

Frank Bretschneider's two tracker occupies a space between glitchy electronica and techno, with a most pronounced influence from minimalism and ambient too. The A side is all dizzying clock bleeps, whilst the B is a dark, gritty club corner, both impeccably produced, which is what you'd expect from Raster-Noton's co-founder....view item »

Vatican Shadow
Rubbish Of The Floodwaters

He’s been working in this direction for a while now, but Dominick Fernow’s military-industrial-themed alias Vatican Shadow is now a certified techno project, as this new 12” is released by the Berghain kings themselves: Ostgut Ton! Rubbish Of The Floodwaters contains three broodingly i...view item »

Aalko
No Man Is An Island

Akiko Kiyama’s young label Kebko Music is a modern avant-garde gem, with music as adventurous and peculiar as it is artfully presented. For No Man Is An Island, Kiyama debuts the pseudonym A...view item »

Yair Elazar Glotman
Études

Yair Elazar Glotman learned to play contrabass the way that classical music demands: practice toward an intuitive understanding of performance. As always, though, his work is critical of what we're taught to remember music as being, and Études is an aggressive exploration of his instrument free of its pre-establish...view item »

Radiohead
TKOL RMX 1234567

Radiohead are a band you either love or hate. I guess you could call me the office fan though really nothing they've done has really grabbed me as much as Kid A and especially Amnesiac. Shifting on a few years and a coupla albums they've decided to work with some of most cutting edge elec...view item »

Arca
Arca

Look who is singing now. Only Arca.. and he's ready for a fight. "You want gore? Here's gore" he threatens. This is the third album from the Venezuelan born, London based artist, and freshly signed to XL Recordings - the label that rarely fails. This is sure to be another much anticipated record from this hotshot. ...view item »

Nightmares On Wax
Shape The Future

Nightmares On Wax now make a welcome return with Shape The Future, the first full-length we’ve seen from the project since 2013. All your favourite Waxy sound-tropes are in place, plus guest spots from vocalists including Sadie Walker, LSK and Andrew Ashon...view item »

D.A.F.
Für Immer

The fifth and final album from the duo of Gabi Delgado-López and Robert Görl came out in 1982. Content ranges from the jaunty pop of Geheimnis to more stern stuff like Die Lippe and Die Götter Sind Weiss. It’s a bit more varied than previous work, but as eve...view item »

The Bug
Filthy

'Freakshow' is an apt title for the opening cut on this double 10" set. When I first heard this tune I wasn't so sure about it, it sounded kinda chaotic and messy but Danny Brown is pretty intense so it took a couple listens to get my head round it. The Bug is in usual savage form dr...view item »

Emptyset
Skin

What’s this?! Emptyset presenting material that was produced using only acoustic methods of production rather than racks of hardware electronics? Well I never. Of course, mini-album Skin...view item »

Yoshimi
Atavism

This is the debut vinyl release from Yoshimi. Atavism follows up on last year’s critically acclaimed debut, Tokyo Restricted Area. Having gro...view item »

Answer Code Request
Gens

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

Various
Pop Ambient 2017

Just like clockwork (or like the recurrence of a minimal four-four beat), Kompakt land the latest edition of their famed Pop Ambient compilation series on us. The class of 2017 includes Stephan Mathieu, The Orb, Anton Kubikov, Max Würden and many more, and the resu...view item »

The Orb
Cow / Chill Out, World!

Following the success of 2015’s Moonbuilding 2703 AD, The Orb return with their 14th studio album, Cow / Chill Out, World! Known for their genre-bending abilities and being equally comfortable with an experimental take on sound as they are with club-friendly beats, The Orb’s latest e...view item »

Fondation
Les Cassettes 1980-1983

A wonderful compilation of tracks from Fondations' early 80s cassette releases. Feeling looser than the strictly metered synth experiments of the time there's a human quality here that works in harmony with the lofi sound. Great for fans of Mort Garson, Tangerine Dream or, why not hey, J...view item »

Phase90
Absonia

Extremely deep business from echospace [detroit] producer Phase90, who used field recordings from Detroit’s Masonic Temple in order to imbue the record with a supernatural darkness. Absonia, which was recorded for an art installation last year, is pitch-black ambient space dub, just the way you echospace [detroit]...view item »

Tobias
Eyes In The Center

Eye In The Centre is the twelve-track release from Tobias that can be described as a ‘personal philosophy and state of mind, as a mix of science, meditation and rhythm’. Although the sound cannot be pinned down, there is a sure mix of electro and experimental house. ...view item »

Emptyset
Signal

Emptyset continue to tunnel into the nature of sound and space with Signal, a document of a live performance. The group broadcast their sounds from the venue, via radio transmitters, over thousands of miles and back to the venue again, to see how the transmission through the atmosphere altered the sound. Conceptually ri...view item »

Matthew Bourne
moogmemory

Matthew Bourne recorded moogmemory using 80’s synth oddity the Memorymoog, and nothing but the Memorymoog. That means that the idiosyncratic sequencing within each track is a product of the memory banks of the vintage machine. Better known as a pianist, it seems Bourne has a knack for old electron...view item »

Biosphere
Shenzhou

Shenzou is Biosphere’s 2002 record, upon which most of the tracks were built out of scratchy old vinyl samples of Debussy recordings, which lends the album a Gas-like classical flavour beneath all that nice shimmering looping ambience. This reissue of Shenzou also contain...view item »

VHS Head
Persistence Of Vision

Sampletronic madhead VHS Head is back with a new album on Skam this week. If you don't know this guy's schtick by now, he makes amazing electronic cut-and-paste collages out of samples from old VHS tapes - it's punchy, glitchy, disorienting and relentlessly melodic, with stomping beats it's hard not to bob your head to as the tunes rush by in ...view item »

Ikonika
Oral Suspension

It’s a good year for Ikonika fans: as well as the full-length LP Distractions that we all enjoyed earlier this year, we also now have new track Oral Suspension and a remix of same by Big Strick! This track is classic Ikonika, rolling offbeat rhythms propping up glassy syn...view item »

David Kitt
Still Don’t Know

Irish singer/songwriter David Kitt returns with Yous, his first album in nine years. The release is preceded by this 10” single Still Don’t Know. In the intervening years following his last album, 2009’s The Nightsaver, David Kitt has been a member of Tindersticks live band and...view item »

Mario Diaz De Leon
Sanctuary

Mario Diaz de Leon presents his classical composition side with this recording of the single album-length piece Sanctuary, recorded with TAK Ensemble. As w...view item »

Lauer / The Golden Filter
CinCin10

London lot Cin Cin scramble chums Phillip Lauer and Empire Stater duo The Golden Filter for this split twelve. Lauer paints his side with gleeful electro; ‘Arumba’ sounds like a donkey having a good time in an eighties club. The GF go for a rather more minimal tech house style, with uneasy vocal snip...view item »

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