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wosX
Brasil World Cup 2034

Dystopian vaporwave for pitch-shifted Orwellian ears, this new tape on Dream Catalogue sees wosX imagine a future in which Brazil once again hosts the world cup, albeit in a "war-torn South America". It's a record of saunteringly monotonous synth that speaks to the hardvapour aesthetic, implying harshness through pop music slowed into subliminally aggressive glitches.
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The Orb
No Sounds Are Out of Bounds

After two techno albums for Kompakt, The Orb’s main man Alex Patterson wanted to create something more expansive and less predictable. He was keen to work with more people and use more vocals too. The result is No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds, The electronic duo’s guest-heavy 15th album. It features guest performances from Hollie Cook, Roger ‘Brian’s Brother’ Eno, Youth, Steve Hillage, Jah Wobble and renowned session musician Guy Pratt. Double vinyl LP on Cooking Vinyl. 

Death In Vegas
Honey

Death In Vegas continue their collaborations with Sasha Grey with the sleek dark electro pop of Honey, which is sure to delight fans of the group. Honey is backed with Richard Fearless’s dub version of ‘Witchdance’, wherein the vocals of Austra singer Katie Stelmanis are yet more abstracted than they were before, to intoxicating effect, 12” from the Drone label.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Red Fetish
A Derangement Of Synapses

Red Fetish come from humble Stoke in the UK but the sound produced sounds more like it was knocked up on a space shuttle, somewhere around the moon. A Derangement of Synapses sees the two band members tinkering away on some classic Korg and Yamaha instruments to make some lo-fi Human League type stuff, perhaps edging more toward the dark tunes of Oppenheimer Analysis. 180g, red and white coloured vinyl LP.
  • Vinyl LP (MR-054)
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

DJ Richard
Dies Iræ Xerox

House bloodsucker DJ Richard returns with another record of sublimity in Dies Irae Xerox. As if Grind wasn't already unsettling enough, it looks like this one's going to continue to be bright sparks of light from dank dour corners, another record of groovy hope from a producer who can't stop wowing us. Playing with swelling ambience this time round, Richard's sound finds its expansion pack.

Various
The Originators

If you want the lowdown on the Gqom sound, the Gqom Oh! label is the best source for you, having basically introduced us to the South African genre with their compilation in 2016. Here they bring 5 tracks from some of the forms most prominent producers, including DJ Lag, Sbucardo, and Griffit Vigo. Comes with download code for 4 bonus tracks.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

SND
EP2 / newtables (Special Extended Edition)

The snd sound is one frozen in time, at once bringing nostalgia and seeming to be of the deep future. Sheer minimalism, but warm and rich too: why try and get our heads around it when our bodies are already moving? This reissue combines EP2 with newtables, a pair of early works of superlative quality. Remastered from the original DATs.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SND2SE)
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  • snd
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Various
Love Means Taking Action Remixes

The latest album from Posh Isolation prime dude Loke Rhabek’s Croatian Amor project gets handed over to a bunch of pals including Félicia Atkinson and Age Coin for remixing. The ambient-synth-melancholy tone of the original album lends itself to all sorts of interesting approaches over the course of these eight new takes. This is a limited edition LP on Posh Isolation.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Thought Broadcast
Social Acid

Thought Broadcast are an industrial, post-punk band which create dissonant, churning sounds and Social Acid is perhaps the  most raw album yet. Comprising of crunching machinery type noises, Social Acid is dark and experimental and unlike anything else you’ll hear this year. Limited to 100 cassette copies.  

Various
Bedroom Club III

The No Pain In Pop label have something of a showcase with this release, the third in their compilation series. Bedroom Club III contains six tracks from bright new electronic artists, including Throwing Shade, Sim Hutchins and Jire. All produce inventive tracks, slipping in and out of techno, UK funky and ambience. 12".
  • Vinyl 12" (NPIP044)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Japan Blues
Sells His Record Collection

As an NTS Radio presenter, Japan Blues is well placed to be an authority on the Asian music he has been collecting for years. While he has compiled mixtapes in the past, Sells His Record Collection is a new creative work built from a voluminous library of music samples, field recordings and other elements. An LP full of love and hard-won knowledge.
  • Vinyl LP (JBLP001)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

D'Marc Cantu / Black Meteoric Star
Split Concept

Traxx’s Nation label is always a sure thing when it comes to odd variations on the blueprint of rugged hardware house music, and the pairing of D’Marc Cantu and Black Meteoric Star on this split release is a prime example. Cantu is actually in a relatively restrained mode here, burrowing into meditative arpeggios and scuffed beatdowns on “RDDS”, while Black Meteoric Star creates a jarring but alluring minimal wave abstraction on the live version of “Me And My Rhythm Box”.
  • Vinyl 12" (KODE02)
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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, such as on the dubby ‘We Must Repeat’. There are also moments of total, aching beauty, such as the climax of ‘Cognitive Dissident’.

You + Your D. Metal Friend
Sonnier


LCC
Bastet

LCC (or Las CasiCasiotone) return to Editions Mego with their second full length album. Bastet continues in the experimental ambient vein of D Evolution utilising field recordings and an array of electronic manipulation, this time with focus on human rituals and movement. For fans of Thomas Köner and Jacaszek.
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  • LCC

Vanligt Folk
Palle Bondo

Baffling and haunting material from hardly-classifiable electro-creeps Vanligt Folk. Palle Bondo was written as a critique of the social stigmas of disability. In particular, it targets the notion of strangeness only being acceptable to society when it is clearly a chosen style of performance - with a “normal” agent beneath it. Fragments of familiar electro, dub and even industrial references make up these spacious productions. Nice early Autechre sample on the closing track!
  • Vinyl 12" (Ideal166)
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Underspreche
Invito Alla Danza Part 2

Underspreche (who, despite the German name, are Italian) are releasing a full-length album on Optimo Trax, though it is cunningly disguised as a set of EPs by being released separately. Invito Alla Danza (this is part 2) is a vivid set of electronic movement material, four tracks full of original thinking and hard-bouncing grooves. 12” release.
  • Vinyl 12" (OT027)
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Torn Hawk
Wormquest

Coming at ya from waaaaay over on the other side, Torn Hawk makes their debut outing on the Unknown To The Unknown label with Wormquest. Over the four tracks on this wax there will be some funky mechanical stuff, techno reinforced with guitars and a hefty dose of floor-filling insanity. 12” EP on UTTC.
  • Vinyl 12" (UTTU079)
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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,

Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook
The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol. 2

The legendary Klaus Schulze and his similarly synth-toting pal Pete Namlook loved their Pink Floyd, like any good psychedelic travellers would, and they carried this inspiration over to their Dark Side Of The Moog series, of which this is Volume Two. Subtitled A Saucerful of Ambience, this is another colossal slab of Schulzetastic space-synth magic. Double LP release from Music On Vinyl.

Hieroglyphic Being
The Replicant Dream Sequence (Blue PA14 Series)

Following up his loving tribute to all things innovative in the jazz world from classic Blue Note records onwards on 'The Red Notes', Jamal Moss releases The Replicant Dream Sequence (Blue PA14 Series) under his foremost Hieroglyphic Being alias.  Moss visited the late Bob Moog's Sound Lab at the tail end of 2016 and the Chicago house music innovator tested the classic and futuristic machines to their oscillating limits. Prismatic Afro-Futurism never sounded so Moogy, so groovy. Limited edition LP and CD on Moog Recordings Library.

R. Karim
Object of Unknown Provenance

R. Karim’s name is as mysterious as his music. It does not tell us anything, especially not about this pretty little tape. It’s filled with his own recordings done on the side, for an unreleased film. Object of Unknown Provenance is like a plane built for flight, but now functioning as a submarine: enigmatic, and captivating.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Ambienti Coassiali
Vol. 1 - Room 1-6

In the late 1980s, armed with nothing but a Yamaha DX7 and a Revox A77 tape machine, the Italian ambient/concrète duo Capricorni Pneumatici produced this remarkable work of chillaxed FM synthesis under the name Ambienti Coassiali. This vinyl & DVD reissue makes this lush material available for the first time since the original cassette.

Spectres
WTF

I mean what in God's name is going on here? There's just 250 of these and you get a 12" on 'windscreen' vinyl, with an air freshener, bag of sand etc etc.  The record takes a look back at their previous 'Condition' LP with one track lifted from the opus and a scattering of remixes from the likes of Metrist and Yeah You and Giant Swan folks.   
  • Vinyl 12" (SCR128)
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Tongue
How Nice It Is

Don't Delay, bringers of the excellent AEVA 12" from earlier this year, are back for a second round of wax disc pressing. This time, it's courtesy of Tongue, a combo of 2 trombones, vocals and electronics, bringing the elephant sound, delicate drones and choral-electronic duets to your ears. Anything could happen.
  • Vinyl 12" (DD002)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Teisco
Tuscan Castle And Country Seat

Italian library music is full of strange treasures, but here’s one that particularly stands out. Tuscan Castle and Country Seat, put together in 1978 for a TV documentary by the young composer Teisco, is full of psychedelic electronics and krauty guitars and rhythms, assembled in ways that seem far too attention-grabbing for background music. Replica reissue on The Roundtable.

Brokenchord
Endless Transmission

Brokenchord is Ernestas Kaušylas, a Lithuanian composer who here collaborates with drummer Augustas Baronas trained in jazz disciplines; it's a record that hinges on the straightforwardly songful electronics of Bonobo and Radiohead with themes that subverts our 21st century expectation of robots impersonating humans --Kaušylas seeks to put it "the other way round".
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Bulkhead
Aft Pleasure

A thirteen track release from Bulkhead called Aft Pleasure. This is their debut record and it's got a whole load of techno influenced tracks on it. A nice little touch from the band is that they've put together a bonus CD 'DETROIT ~ LIVE AT THE SHELTER' with both the vinyl copy and the CD. Released on 2MR. 
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  • 2MR
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Transformation / Beau Wanzer
Kozmik / Orbit

This split 12” on Nation offshoot Kode plays two of techno’s more idiosyncratic voices off against each other. Transformation’s offering is a hypnotic slow-mo grind, full of faraway screeches and eerie percussion. Kind of like Kraftwerk’s ‘Autobahn’ if Kraftwerk had actually been Fuck Buttons and the record was cut at 33 when it was meant to be cut at 45. On the flip, L.I.E.S./Jealous God bloke Beau Wanzer gives us a track called ‘Oklahoma 3’, which sounds nothing like any of the music from Oklahoma. It actually sounds like a darkwave rendering of Hype Williams.
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Jason Kolar
Modified PerspectiveS

Perhaps the perspectives in Jason Kolar’s Modified Perspectives are the underlying instruments (vibraphone, guitar, piano etc.) that are modified through the heavy use of deepwater reverb, ambient processing and synthesis? Or perhaps the modification is applied to your own everyday perspectives through listening to Modified Perspectives? Either way, this is a good record.

Soundhog
Astrablast / Newtown Parkway

Despite Soundhog spending over a decade away before the release of this single, it finds the bastard popster in typically cheeky form. ‘Astrablast’ is Glitterbeat as imagined by a member of the Central Processing Unit family, while ‘Newtown Parkway’ could have soundtracked something off public access television back in the day. It all makes you wonder what Late Of The Pier might be getting up now to if their drummer hadn’t passed away.
  • Vinyl 7" (CiS 022BLK)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Hirola
Hirola

Lush and lively electronic pop music from Hirola, released on Phantom Limb on tape. It's as energising as it is dramatic and emotionally open. This makes sense given the previous acts of members LTO and edapollo. This self titled album is a wonderful combination of soaring highs and detailed production.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Biosphere
The Hilvarenbeek Recordings

The Hilvarenbeek Recordings are sourced from an organic (or ‘Bio’ - nice) farm in Holland, and were recorded and assembled for a project at Incubate. The field recordings of nature and bucolic human activity have been subtly pressed into the service of some classic-sounding Biosphere tracks, mixing ambient warmth with an inquisitive love for sound. On Biophon Recordings.

Cucina Povera
Hilja

Back at it with the sound art, constantly pushing the boundaries of music creation. Cucina Povera (originally from Finland, hence talks/sings in Finnish occasionally), is a Glasgow-based sound artist and Hilja is her latest release. If you're familiar with ASMR, you'll get that tingly hit straight to the back of your neck as soon as she opens her mouth. Available on vinyl LP and released on Night School. First press is limited to 300 copies, and contain hand-screened sleeves. 

The Smoke Clears
Listen

There is a time when you need to chill out. With a name like The Smoke Clears, you had to expect it to happen at some point - Listen is a record filled with ambient soundscapes, with just enough techno to keep you listening, reminiscent of the infamous Selected Ambient Works by He-Who-Shall-Always-Be-Named-In-Relation-To-Anything-Halfway-Between-Ambient-And-IDM.
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Max Cooper
Balance 030

36 tracks, 120 minutes - quite a mix from multimedia artist Max Cooper. Bit of an understatement to call it a ‘mix’ though, since Max has tinkered in all sorts of ways with the material to suit his tastes as a producer (such as enlisting a binaural cloud effect plugin by chum Rob Clouth). Expect to hear Atoms for Peace, Donato Dozzy, Tim Hecker, Nils Frahm, Vaetxh, several of Cooper’s own tracks and more.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Letherette
EP5

Letherette seem like good lads. Their music is always very pleasant, operating in that sweet spot between house, r ‘n’ b and J Dilla-style hip-hop. EP5 leans more on the latter two, serving up six slices of nicey-nicey that will get Gilles Peterson all hot and bothered. There’s a little of an electro-funk influence showing on ‘Fresh & Clean’ and the Olivier St. Louis-featuring ‘Love Lust’ that recalls Onra.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Silk Road Assassins
Reflection Spaces

The iconic Planet Mu label continue a killer run with Reflection Spaces from Silk Road Assassins. This is the debut EP from this hotly tipped crew who blend futuristic sound design, grime instrumentals and dystopian synth soundscapes. Think Kuedo and Logos battling it out in some kind of apocalyptic nightmare.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Proc Fiskal
Insula

Edinburgh prodigy Proc Fiskal follows up his 2017 The Highland Mob EP with a meaty full-length for Hyperdub. The sixteen tracks of Insula are built from the same blocks as THM, with Fiskal fusing together grime, jungle and a little bit of breakbeat. Fiskal’s music has much in common with the 160 bpm ‘ruff sound’ coming out of Novelist and Mumdance’s workhouse recently, but the craft and care that's gone into this record means Insula has an appeal that spans Mouse On Mars to Hyperdub’s recent compilation of video game music Diggin’ In The Carts.

Jessy Lanza
Oh No

The second full-length album from Jessy Lanza lands hard, skipping around the listener, buzzing with nervous energy. This is the finest of modern electro-pop, Lanza’s breathy vocals firing up the tracks she has co-produced with Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys. Oh No is again released by Hyperdub.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Seahawks
Paradise Freaks

Ethereal and floaty, deep and colorful, Seahawks have always been drifting around the outer perimeters of dreams and waking life. Their newest album Paradise Freaks is another kite that floats on the winds of spacing vocals, with infinite pads rising like thermal streams while you float above the amalgam of sound.

Scuba Death
The Worm At The Core

The name Scuba Death sounds like it belongs to some psych-rock group, but actually the name refers to a nearly-fatal experience that Brazilian composer Ricardo Donoso had while scuba diving. The brush with doom pushed him to express himself creatively: The Worm At The Core, an album centred around thunderstorm field recordings, is the latest chapter of the project. On Further Records.

CCFX
The Remixes

After their The Cure-to-a-baggy-beat debut EP dropped back in 2017, CCFX (a CC Dust/Trans FX collaboration) return to the scene of the crime to serve up four versions of tunes from their eponymous debut. The Remixes, it must be said, is an occasion where the re-rubs are far superior to the originals. The first two are these nice mixes of jungle, shoegaze and ambient music that have a bit of The Orb about them, while the latter pair are big-beat synthwave.
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  • DFA
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

The Grid
One Way Traffic (Blue TB7 Series)

Dave Ball has done an awful lot more than just be in Soft Cell and have a moustache. Turns out he also guested with Psychic TV but his main other thing has been the Grid which reunited in 2015 and also includes Richard Norris who also starred in Beyond the Wizards Sleeve. This is a tour de force of  electronica and space noise jams from two experts in the field.  
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Acolytes
Rupture

(8) Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sir So that every mouth can be fed Pooooooor me Acolytes (8) That’s about the only thing that the work of Desmond Dekker shares with the racket made by this London group. On new LP Rupture, Acolytes combine computer music, IDM, noise and loops to create visceral, strangely trance-inducing numbers. Imagine if the very noisiest end of Yves Tumor spilled over into Hidden-era These New Puritans.

Neil Cosgrove
Bum Montage

No messing about from Neil Cosgrove here: this tape dives deep into a pool of vintage acid, resurfacing 13 tracks later with a smile on its face. Bum Montage is a squelchy, peak-hour set of acid action, produced like a boss. A mere 40 copies of this album, presented on cassette, are available, so be speedy! On Conditional.
  • Tape (CON003)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Francis Harris
Minutes of Sleep

Francis Harris initially released Minutes Of Sleep in 2014, and it has been out of print for most of the intervening time, so let’s all celebrate this new reissue from the good people over at Scissor and Thread. Harris’ explorative and emotional house sound is beautifully laid out over two vinyl LPs, with a typically fabulous Terre Thaemlitz remix waiting for you at the end of the tracklisting.

Brainwaltzera
Aescoba EP

Brainwaltzera is an anonymous (oooh) producer of vintage IDM that has all the emotional depth and wistful production touches as a Boards Of Canada or an Aphex Twin. Aescoba is an EP of six tracks, each with a typically IDM-ish title, e.g. ‘6 aucun Christ W’. Can’t any of these guys write properly? 12” on the Film label.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 Shorelights to make some ambient techno. Amber Lights is a passionate exploration of space, body and mind. Limited edition double 12” on Subwax bcn.

Raw Ambassador
Shadows Of Evil

Antonio Barbetta’s Raw Ambassador moniker holds no punches or pretences, with releases on Reach Another System, Sama, and UN.T.O. he follows his namesake with raw and hard industrialised techno that is specifically made for underground clubs with strobes and cages, with an air of 80s doom. 12” on Mannequin.
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Various
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 dropping in collaboration with Ninja Tune and features a line-up full of big-hitters. Alongside the obligatory Modeselektor entry we get new jams by Actress, rRoxymore, Peder Mannerfelt and many more.

In Aeternam Vale
Funkytown

Funkytown: will you not take me there? A renowned synth user called In Aeternam Vale is considering it. Pulled out of his archival hat, this 12" delivers three irresponsible techno hits that both rave and rage, spanning an eleven year history of IAV dancefloor shenanigans. So... are you taking me to Funkytown or what?
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Buttechno
ZCAPRI

Buttechno is such a cool name, although I did originally read the press release as 'a faint rumble is heard from behind the horizon Buttechno cheeks'. It's a fart joke if you haven't already gathered, *one person slowly claps*. ZCAPRI is released on a four-track 12" vinyl, on Zodiac 44. This is the seventh of twelve releases from Buttechno. 

Mount Kimbie
Love What Survives - Remixes Part 2

After giving Nina Kraviz the keys to the car, Mount Kimbie are releasing another 12" of remixes of tracks from their latest album Love What Survives. These lads have friends in high spaces, the aforementioned Kraviz is joined by Marcel Dettman, Gerd Janson and Ellen Allien to round out this star-powered series.

Cru Servers
Blubber Totem

Experimental and deftly leftfield meanderings bubble forth from a hazy analog pond, the Glaswegian production duo Cru Servers morph from the abstract and shapeless to ambient leftfield hip hop beats from beneath the earth’s crust and muffled house beats with eccentric synthesis and sample skewing. Joy in free experimentation. LP on 12th Isle.
  • Vinyl LP (ISLE002)
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Pulse Emitter
Aeons


  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Phantom Horse
Als Ob

German experimental electronic duo Phantom Horse have readjusted their sound for their new album Als Ob. Fans shouldn’t worry too much though, their unconventional minimalist approach à la Moondog and the Cabaret Voltare-influenced electronica still form much of their sound adding an eerie quality John Carpenter uses to soundtrack his films.
  • Vinyl LP (UR105)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Mark Van Hoen
Invisible Threads

After an enlightening and enriching tour with a number of Touch luminaries, Mark Van Hoen channeled his inspiration into the pieces that would become Invisible Threads, which have been layered up out of a mass of modular synthesis, sound samples from records, domestic life and YouTube, various instruments, and computer processing. The resulting seven tracks create an extremely immersive soundworld all of its own, despite its many crucial roots. CD on Touch.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Marcello Napoletano presents Ra Toth And The Brigantes Orchestra
Introspettivo EP

Three killer electro tracks on this 12” EP from Marcello Napoletano presents Ra Toth and The Brigantes Orchestra. Introspettivo is the title track and it puts some fun into what can often be a cold and clinical sounding genre in electro. There are some ‘80s vibes going throughout which remind me of someone like Jovonn’s glistening house synth but with some cosmic jazz layered on top. The B side ventures further into experimental jazz and the connection with Sun Ra is undeniable.    Limited 12” EP, limited to one copy per customer.  
  • Vinyl 12" (BH025)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

MYMK
Jeopardy

Debut full-length from MYMK, a Brazilian electronic producer. His music is neither tooled for the dancefloor or totally abstract: what it is, rather, is a texturally complex series of melodic pieces. Jeopardy oscillates between cold minimal ambience and bright twinklings, making for a rather compelling set. LP on Low Kick High Punch.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Various
Close To The Noise Floor - Formative UK Electronica 1975-1984

Close To The Noise Floor - Formative UK Electronica 1975 - 1985 takes ‘electronica’ as a nice and broad term: this compilation ranges from Throbbing Gristle to Spoon Fazer to Blancmange, with the intention of showing off the whole range of the period, from the familiar to the forgotten. 4 disc box-set on Cherry Red.

LOR
Mystery To The Viewer EP

Warm drop this four-track EP from Northern Ireland’s Lunar Orbit Rendezvous aka LOR. Like fellow Belfast native Space Dimension Controller, LOR’s brand of techno has a nice cosmic tinge to it. However, on Mystery To The Viewer, the aesthetic is more calculated than the full-blown Detroit worship of SDC. Only on booming closer ‘White Light’ does LOR really let rip. Earlier in the EP the title track and ‘In This Detail’ combine minimal grooves with expressive synth pads, while ‘Oriole’ has a bit of an acid tang.
  • Vinyl 12" (WARM3)
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  • Artist(s):
  • Lor
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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, less commercial sound. This 3-CD reissue comes in a clamshell case with 6 art cards and a 40 page booklet. For the uninitiated, fans of Gary Numan et al should check this out.

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 compilation? The fourth in a heady volume.

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 Masters) and Scottish genre-blender Claude Speeed. 12” on Monkeytown x Ninja Tune.

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 Modeselektion series, Modeselektion Vol.4. 12” EP on Monkeytown Records x Ninja Tune.

Prefuse 73
Forsyth Gardens

Electronic pioneer Prefuse 73 is back in a big, bold and brash way with Forsyth Gardens. Presumably not an ode to Bruce and his topiary, this multi-faceted album sounds ultra-modern in its kaleidoscopic scope. Young fans of Flying Lotus would be wise to take note of one of the masters. Out on vinyl LP from Temporary Residence.

Suzanne Ciani
Help, Help, The Globolinks!

Oooh! Never-before-released music from Suzanne Ciani, written in 1980 for Gian Carlo Menotti’s children’s opera Help, Help, The Globolinks!. Ciani works her synthesiser into bold shapes that manage to push exciting musical boundaries while still keeping things suitable for the kids. First commercial release, on Finders Keepers.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM
  • Soundtracks

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 features on their Dead Cities album, was based on Vangelis track Rachel’s Song from Bladerunner and even impacted the the top 20. 180g vinyl LP, limited to 200 copies and CD on Jumpin’ & Pumpin’.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Morah
Ursa Major

Evil cuts for the most ominous of dancefloors, Morah come running back to the brokntoys imprint for their own EP -- they previously contributed to the label's collaborative effort The Glowing, but here they get a chance to present their very own swampy, unkempt grooves. Party all demoralised. 
  • Vinyl 12" (BT23)
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  • Limited edition
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Marcos Cabral
False Memories


  • Vinyl Double LP (L.I.E.S. 025)
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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, breaking apart disco and techno beats, modulating machinery until it breaks. LP on Editions Mego.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Jon Hopkins
Opalescent

House producer and Coldplay helper Jon Hopkins has done a lot since Opalescent, but his debut record now gets a reissue after fifteen years in the game. It was released to Just Label who largely dealt in beautified ambient music, and Hopkins sentimental sound was well suited to their whims -- that said, his music introduced different extremities, with his thunderous rhythmic ideas coupled with a more pastoral sound.

Lotic
Heterocetera

22-year-old Berlin-based Texan producer J'Kerian Morgan aka Lotic follows up 2014's acclaimed 'Damsel In Distress' free mixtape with an impressive debut for Tri Angle showing off his trademark spectral melody and shuddering low-end to compelling and often moving effect. Experimental yet accessible, 'Heterocetera' places Lotic at the forefront of R&B's mutant division.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Pauline Oliveros
Electronic Works 1965+1966

Early electronic expansions from American Pauline Oliveros. Electronic Works 1965+1966 are a series of analogue gems from Pauline's recorded out put. She built a lot of her own equipment and constructed numerous pieces through improvisation. Also, she experimented with a multitude of analogue effects and gadgets, similar to the Radiophonic Workshop and EMS in England. These recordings are a foray into mid-centaury avant-garde electronics. Out on CD from Paradigm Discs.

Shy Layers
Midnight Marker

J. D. Walsh follows up his well-received 2016 LP as Shy Layers. Midnight Marker is another perky fusion of Balearic tropes, Yacht rock, electro-soul and cerebral pop ala Another Green World. Walsh proves a great arranger here - tracks like ‘Gateway’ are dense constructions of synth bass, drums, vocals, harmonised lead lines and more, but despite being busy it never feels like the parts are getting in the way of each other. Out via Beats In Space.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Bjork
Arisen My Senses (Jlin, Lanark Artefax, Kelly Lee Owens Remixes)

Promising release from up-and-coming Icelandic artist Björk. One of the standouts of Utopia, ‘Arisen My Senses’ - a co-production with Arca - opens that LP with what can only be described as cautious bombast. Emerging from the love lockdown that was Vulnicura, ‘Arisen My Senses’ is the sound of dawn after a dark night of the soul. This EP comes fleshed out with weapons-grade remixes from Lanark Artefax, Jlin and Kelly Lee Owens.
  • Vinyl 12" (1444TP12)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Actress x London Contemporary Orchestra
LAGEOS

Following the single release of ‘Audio Track 5’ last September, Ninja Tune now offer up an entire LP of Darren “Actress” Cunningham’s collaboration with London Contemporary Orchestra, which first performed at the Barbican in 2016 (helpfully, ‘Audio Track 5’ is track 8 here). The daunting task of adopting an entire suite of new acoustic instruments into his mucky toolset seems to have led Actress to clean up his sound a fair whack, immediately putting his signature sound at risk. Still, what comes out is a lovely texture.

Various
Satan In Love ‐ Rare Finnish Synth‐Pop and Disco 1978‐1992

The colourful catalogue of Finland’s Svart Records spans material old and new, but seems to specialise in scarce gems from the forested country’s underground music history. In this case, we have a tour de force of several decades’ worth of Suomi synthpop and disco. ‘Satan in Love’ by Emilia is a notorious inclusion and alone speaks volumes of the quality on offer. Loistava homma!

Lamartine
Reportage

A truly lost work here from an Italian library music composer known as Lamartine. Reportage has never previously been released (not only a little bit), which is a great shame when you hear how compellingly inquisitive it sounds. 1970’s synth experimentalism, somewhere between the regions of GRM and komische. On Finders Keepers.

Klaus Schulze
La Vie Electronique Volume 1.1

Klaus Schulze - he of Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel and … Klaus Schulze fame - has set to work putting his affairs in order in the past decade. La Vie Electronique Volume 1.1 is in fact the second volume in the LVE series, a run that brings together Schulze’s rarities in chronological order. Focussing on the fruitful period between 1970 and 1972, these studies, ditties and exercises prefigure so many of the great genre upheavals of the subsequent decade, particularly the advents of ambient, electroacoustic and New Age musics. This release is the first time that these tracks have made it to vinyl.

Monopoly Child Star Searchers
The Garnet Toucan


Zomby
Mercury’s Rainbow

Modern Love finally issue Zomby's Mercury Beats, his attempt at re-imagining Wiley's Eskibeat series of releases. Made a while ago while his body clock was all out of whack, the pieces are methodical and rhythmic takes on grime that if released at the time may have shifted the course of grime. We think that is what the press release is saying but you can never be sure. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (Love107)
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Ruxpin
Avalon [Remastered]

Fifteen-year anniversary reissue for Avalon by Icelander Ruxpin. This one’s a much-loved entry in the early 2000s IDM/bedroomtronica scene, with flangey hats, cute lead melodies and lush synth beds. The album now gets the vinyl remaster treatment - with orange/gold and violet options! - including an ill-advised artwork revision and a digital download of unreleased tunes.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SSS082)
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  • Limited edition
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Evan Caminiti
Meridian

You might well know Evan Caminiti from his work in droning guitar duo Barn Owl: this latest solo LP presents a more electronic side to his sound, working with synth systems. Deep caverns of tone and click, moving slowly forwards towards who-knows-what end. Meridian is released on CD and LP by Thrill Jockey.
  • Vinyl LP (THRILL393LP)
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  • Last copy

Fedaden
Verdad


  • Vinyl 12" (NCJ09)
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

EeOo (Eomac)
Workout EP


  • Vinyl 12" (UTTU_40)
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96 Back
Provisional Electronics

Given that they seem to release at least one new record every single week, it’s quite surprising to find out that Sheffield’s Central Processing Unit have never previously dropped anything by a Steel City artist. That honour goes to Evan Majumdar-Swift aka 96 Back. His Provisional Electronics EP features four slabs of the kind of acid/electro that has become the label’s stock-in-trade. Comes recommended by Konx Om Pax and Altern-8’s Mark Archer.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Visible Cloaks
Visible Cloaks

Musique Plastique’s souped-up reissue of Visible Cloaks’s self-titled 2014 cassette is out for another release run. The duo’s synthesis of synthetic FM tones, manipulated voices and mallet percussion recalls the releases of the short-lived but influential label Hippos In Tanks (Hype Williams, James Ferraro) as well as having something of the Kid As about it. This re-pressing sees the original tape remastered and bundled together with ‘additional surprises’. Goodee.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Belmer (Fatima Yamaha)
Wildebeets EP

The deep-house-with-funky-lead-lines schtick has served Fatima Yamaha very well up to this point, but the Dutch producer clearly felt that it was time for a change. So he’s taken on a new moniker - Belmer - and dropped this new five-track EP. Wildebeets is more rough-and-ready than the FY stuff, and the style of the EP jumps around more too. There is techno, juke, electro, and even a bit of modern r ‘n’ b floating around here. The best track is definitely ‘Yell Of The Murr’, which sounds like Aphex Twin doing the 'Macarena'.
  • Vinyl 12" (MAG 068)
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  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Aïsha 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 voice and dense, impressionistic lyrics is thrilling, unique, and the sign of genuine talent. Fans of Arca, Future Brown and Mykki Blanco will enjoy.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 Toop, Pantha Du Prince, Mira Calix, the London Bulgarian Choir performing the famous ‘Pilentse Pee’ and Vashti Bunyan’s splendid ‘Here Before’... you get the idea.
  • Label(s):
  • !K7
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Paul White
Rejuvenate

Previously known as the beatsmith who was, among other things, the architect of Danny Brown’s avant-rap masterpiece Atrocity Exhibition, Paul White has foregone sampling for his latest LP. In Rejuvenate, he has composed, performed and produced eleven tracks of limber, playful pop. There’s more than a little of Dirty Projectors, Solange and tUnE-yArDs in here. Rejuvenate by name, rejuvenate by nature.

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