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IAMX
Unfall

Founding member of Sneaker Pimps left to concentrate on his solo project IAMX in 2003 and is now releasing his ninth full length. Unfall is dark, glitchy, techno inspired, and nearing industrialised in its cold synthetics. Ghost in the machine stuff that’ll drag you through a cold future. LP on Or...view item »

Perturbator
New Model

The forlorn legacy of Vangelis’ Blade Runner soundtrack sinks ever deeper into the world of Gen-Y EDM acrobatics, courtesy of Perturbator, an artist to whom the slightest restraint must seem an exceptionally old-fashioned notion. On New Model, the Parisian offers up six cuts of hyperbolically sour cybergr...view item »

West 2 West
Vol 2

West 2 West is an alias of John Daly, a figure searching for atmosphere in the scrubby outlands of leftfield hip-hop. Turns out he's found it, and over 'Vol. 2', indeed the sequel to 'Vol. 1', you'll find all manner of twisted beats and sonic environments for deep dive brain somersaults and late night beat journeys. ...view item »

Various
Synth Wave – Volume 1

Synth Wave - Volume 1 intends to showcase the rude health of the global synth scene, pulling in artists from countries including Sweden, Argentina and Brazil. Turns out, the many kinds of alt-pop that have synthesisers at their core are producing top-grade material right now: artists like Massive ...view item »

Becker & Mukai
Eyes

On 'Eyes', Becker and Mukai turn their attention to towards a clean, sparsely populated form of psychedelic techno, pulling in elements of krautrock, ritual music, acid house and electronica. Both producers have numerous other projects, but this collaboration represents them on an exploratory journey together....view item »

Hologram Teen
Marsangst

Hologram Teen is the new project of former Stereolab keyboard player Morgane Lhote. Marsangst/Hex These Rules mashes together motorik electronica and disco. Fans of acts such as Add N To X, Death In Vegas, Stereolab, Ghost Box R...view item »

Fantastic Twins
Obakodomo

The Twins (as they were previously known) have got a little self confidence and are now Fantastic Twins. Good for ‘em. Here’s their debut LP out on Optimo Music...view item »

Espectrostatic
Espectrostatic

This one’s a bit of a departure for Trouble In Mind - Alex Cuervo (Hex Dispensers, Blacktop, Field of Snakes) has put together a selection of chill-laden synth instrumentals with obvious debts to the likes of John Carpenter, Goblin and ...view item »

WK569
Omaggio a Marino Zuccheri

WK569 is the trio of Federico Troncatti, Ezio Martinazzi and Pier Enrico Villa. Together they create electronic and electro-acoustic music - synthesizing a musical language in real time through self-generating processes and improvisation. They send structured algorithms via MIDI to a good old Atari ST via GFA language, which in turn is fed to th...view item »

Lee Gamble
Mnestic Pressure

Lee Gamble’s first full-length in three years is a record of nuanced edge-of-the-dancefloor music that finds a fitting home on Hyperdub. Gamble describes Mnestic Pressure as a record that seeks to find order in an increasingly chaotic world and regain a sense of self separate from...view item »

Circa 2000
Thoughts In Vias

William Wiffen brings us his debut album as Circa 2000. Think of Depeche Mode meeting Roosevelt to groove on the Autobahn toward a...view item »

2 Katara
Break At Home

The search engine results for 2 Katara are split between this musical project and one particular luxury yacht, a nonsensical thing that somehow feels like it makes sense while you listen to the weird fractured music on Break At Home. Strange, amateurish new-agey synth-pop mixes with confusing samples, delicate acoustic ...view item »

Repetentes 2008
Boulderball

Brazilian producer Gabriel Guerra (Japa Habilidoso) returns to Future Times as Repetentes 2008. Citing influence from game soundtracks, Cesar Camargo Mariano and unnaturally sped music, Boulderball is high octane glistening synth-led disco funk, groovy but pitched at +3...view item »

Craig Armstrong & Scott Fraser
Rosa Morta

Rosa Morta, a new vinyl version of the 2016 album by Craig Armstrong & Scott Fraser previously only out as a CD. The duo deliberately constricted themselves to electronics rather than acoustic strings for the recording, with electric bass and piano adding punch and range. The tracks have a sense of immediacy and imp...view item »

Coil
Live In Moscow

In 2001 the English avant-industrial icons Coil performed for the very first time in Moscow and, rather predictably, Live In Moscow captures this intense and confrontational performance which draws from music produced across their 30 year career. Continuing their amazing run of lesser known Coil reissues ...view item »

Various
Lessons

To mark and celebrate 10 years of the Front & Follow label, they present their 50th release as this compilation of a broad selection of artists they have worked with, 25 tracks exercising their eclectic nature. Includes tracks from Leyland Kirby, ...view item »

Off World
2

Off World got off to a flying start last year with I, a record released as part of a trilogy of electronic works on Constellation echoing back to their Musique Fragile Series. Featuring avant-folk artist Sandro Perri, the group's record offered beguiling instrumental twists that sounded l...view item »

Shoc Corridor
A Blind Sign

Re-issue of post-punk synthers Schoc Corridor’s 1982 EP A Blind Sign. This reissue comes with the original demo version of Sargasso Sea. Covers a lot of bases in the synth world stylistically, dropping anchor at Kraftwerk, Cabaret Voltaire, Brian Eno, and...view item »

Visionist
Value

Big Grime buddy Visionist is putting out a new record on Big Dada. Barely taking a breath after late 2015's Safe, Louis Carnell has produced another study in vulnerability, this time approaching themes of machismo and effeminacy rather than safety and anxiety. Oh, and between the beats you might even spot the vocals of Vis...view item »

Mount Kimbie
Cold Spring Fault Less Youth

Despite its red herring sleeve featuring a big fat arse, Mount Kimbie’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ was one of those slow burning classics, an unclassifiable post dubstep record which included elements of soulful hip hop and post-rock, whose deep late night atmospheres ingrained deeper into yo...view item »

O’Flynn
Pluto's Beating Heart / Eleven

After self releasing and a couple of 12”s on Blip Discs, London based producer O’Flynn makes a move onto Ninja tune with his latest two tracker. After garnering praise from Four Tet and Bonobo he builds on his percussively focussed sound, building it up to a euphoric-synth laser reac...view item »

Million Brazilians
Red Rose and Obsidian

Red Rose and Obsidian is the 12th album by Portland, Oregon’s Million Brazilians. The band were formed in 2006 and despite an ever-changing cast of supporting musicians the band’s core members Grant Corum and Suzanne Stone have remained ever-present. The album was recorded in Maine by Caleb Mulkerin of Big Bl...view item »

Pauline Oliveros and Ione
Water Above Sky Below Now

Pauline Oliveros and the artistic director of her Deep Listening Institute, Ione, get together for a new LP on the Morphine label. Water Above Sky Below Now was produced using Oliveros’ very own Expanded Instrument System, which processes her accordion and Ione&rs...view item »

West 2 West
Vol 1

West 2 West is a new project from John Daly, head of Ireland’s Feel Music. While four albums under his own name have explored the realms of more four four flavoured music, here he indulges his love of hip hop beats. Largely constructed via an MPC, its heady, atmospheric stuff that still brin...view item »

Mouse On Mars
Synaptics

Never-ending sonic technicians Mouse On Mars recover from their 21st birthday celebrations in time to showcase this new tracker where they embrace their love of footwork, juke and chopped house music. During an open ended recording process loads of artists help them realise their dreams including Junior Boys and...view item »

Wojciech Golczewski
The Signal

Prolific soundtrack reissuers Death Waltz continue their series of original works with Wojciech Golczewski’s The Signal, the second installment of his proposed trilogy. The Signal does a great job of conjuring up images of a non-existent movie in the head of the listener, with its chunky space-synths and ...view item »

Vladislav Delay
Tummaa

Vladislav Delay has brought a new one out and its called "Tumma". Strangely enough if I hadn't got out of my seat to change the CD over (yes we are still old school) then I would have thought the first track was a continuation of the Mount Eerie record as it has lots of lovely ambient sounds and banging noises. Phil, bless him, did think ...view item »

Vanity Productions
Only the Grains of Love Remain

Posh Isolation co-founder Christian Stadsgaard brings his Vanity Productions project out once more for an exploration of icy synthetic dread and wayward sound processing. There’s a dark, strangely shaped cloud hanging over this first outing on vinyl for VP, in keeping with the uneasy tone of the cassette r...view item »

Aphex Twin
Syro

Well we'll be blowed. The threats have actually finally come true. Aphex Twin's first proper new studio album for Warp since the divisive confused bulk of 2001's 'Drukqs' is due towards the end of September 2014. The artwork is quasi-cryptic and minimal as you can see. What the material will sound like is the stuff of many an "IDM" fanboy/g...view item »

Lakker
Eris Harmonia EP

With records out on Blueprint, Stroboscopic Artefacts, and a slew of releases on R&S the Dublin based two piece Lakker move to Eotrax for their new EP. Dark ambient, techno and experimental they mix elements of Emptyset, Arca, and Autechre, bringing you into their cold, deso...view item »

Bibio
Ambivalence Avenue

Is Bibio the new Lemon Jelly? Loved 'Fi' cos it was ace to play when you wanted the woozy retro soundscapes and emotive nostalgia without the weirdo hip-hop breaks that epitomised Boards of Canada's finest cuts. Did you know I once kept the drummer from Hood awake by quietly playing BOC late at night whilst canoodling with my girl and honestly, i'v...view item »

Marcus Fjellström
Skelektikon

After a long time out the game it’s always interesting to see if an artist will have doubled-down on the sound that brought them to public attention or about-face and veer off down an unexpected path. For Swedish composer Marcus Fjellström that’s not really an issue though - the foreboding plink...view item »

Oliver Coates
Upstepping

Oliver Coates is an acclaimed contemporary cellist, and yet this album sounds like a fully-fledged modern electronic dance record. Believe it or not, almost every single sound on Upstepping was originally derived from Coates’ cello, who then applied an absolute ton of processing to make this club ...view item »

Autumns
Suffocating Brothers

After a couple of singles and EPs, Suffocating Brothers is the debut LP from Autumns, out on Glasgow’s Clan Destine. The solo project of Derr...view item »

Peter Gordon & Love of Life Orchestra
Condo

Peter Gordon revisits his earlier days with Love of Life Orchestra, with this EP of material from 1981 sessions. Standing out front is a new and remastered version of the classic track Condo...view item »

Various
Trevor Jackson Presents - Metal Dance 2: Industrial New Wave EBM Classics & Rarities 79-88

Strut Records bring you the second instalment in the 'Metal Dance' series, a great compilation of classic and rare industrial dance and new wave EBM. Compiled by Trevor Jackson (Playgroup, Underdog, Output Recordings) this 2 CD/LP set features a heady mix of...view item »

Skinny Puppy
Remission

As well as the fact that cEvin key found a unique and innovative way of spelling Kevin, Skinny Puppy were musically innovative too fusing bits of new wave, techno and film noir into a sample based industrial racket. This is their debut missive and has now been re-unleashed on vinyl for the first time in 25 years. ...view item »

Fripp & Eno
Evening Star

King Crimson mastermind Robert Fripp hung around with ambient cool kid Brian Eno now and then and between them they produced the eternally chilled Evening Star, a record that helped attach melody to formlessness and brought about a new kind of new age music...view item »

Skinny Puppy
Bites

'Bites' was the second missive from industrial music clatterers Skinny Puppy. They fused all kinds of musics including new wave and film noir with innovative ahead of it's time sampling. This one contains their first underground hit 'Assimilate' and is now available on vinyl for the first time in over 25 years. ...view item »

Time Attendant
Ruby Modifier

Commonly found lurching around labels like More Than Human and Exotic Pylon, Time Attendant is a dab hand at fusing disparate sound sources into a disorientating audio mulch as loaded with nutrients as it is messy. New album Ruby Modifier comes in highly limited quantities on Ancient Neighbour, packaging errant excursio...view item »

Justin Walter
Unseen Forces

Justin Walter plays the EVI (Electronic Valve Instrument) ‘wind-synth’ that is mainly seen in the hands of the Sun Ra Arkestra’s Marshall Allen these days. But Unseen Forces doesn’t hide the instrument in a large ensemble: it puts the EVI out there solo, in a set...view item »

Steve Hauschildt
Where All Is Fled

Former glittering Emeralds member Steve Hauschildt’s new solo LP is a typically expansive suite of pieces, pulling in synthesis, field recordings and acoustic instrumentation to form some heady trips. Where All Is Fled wavers between abstraction and melodies, mostly hitting that sweet spot where n...view item »

Nino Nardini
Musique Pour Le Future

For the first time in four decades Musique Pour Le Future by the universally infamous sonic experimentalist, cosmic curator and alleged time lord Nino Nardini (a.k.a. Georges Teperino) is available on vinyl. Out on We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records the continuum defyi...view item »

Ben Frost
Threshold Of Faith

Ben Frost is back on Mute with a 7-track EP. Like previous works, expect melodic noise, ambience and general creativity on a complete range of acoustic and electronic instruments. Threshold Of Faith is the EP compilation from music sessions during a trip to Chicago recording with Steve Albini and is available on Vi...view item »

Bicep
Aura

Oh look, Bicep's releasing on Ninja Tune, how exciting! It would have been more exciting had they given us a press release but mystery will have to do. Expect some kind of jacking house business that'll be equally at home in the earbuds of a gym bro or pounding out of a Funktion One club system. Or at Scruff's tea tent. Or on your mantelpiece - ...view item »

DJ Manny
Greenlight

Longtime Teklife affiliate and one of Chicago’s finest footworkers DJ Manny drops his first LP on the label. As befits a piece made by a protoge of the late DJ Rashad, Greenlight expertly balances hi-NRG groove tracking with a constant quest for that new sound. Fellow Teklife stalwart ...view item »

Ziúr
U Feel Anything?

From the always reliable Planet Mu comes U Feel Anything by Ziúr. Emerging from a new wave of Berlin techno producers, Ziúr is forging a new and exciting sound. Ziúr is very much at the heart of this new wave and is the founder and resident DJ of Boo-Hoo, a club night of und...view item »

Hypnobeat
Prototech

A retrospective compilation of the Peter Weiss (Narco Syntax) fronted Hypnobeat project. These collected recordings from 1984-1986 showcase their dirty, rough and ready homemade core, where an 808, 303, and rhythm are the focal points. Mixing hypnotic tribal rhythms with proto-acid and distortin...view item »

Yair Elazar Glotman
Compound

Yair Elazar Glotman is a sound artist and composer and on Compound he teams up with Marcello Silvio Busato and Rieko Okuda to bring percussion and piano sounds respectively to his solo contrabass explorations. Glotman’s experimentations rely on repetition and in pushing th...view item »

Shigeto
The New Monday

Detroit producer Shigeto returns to Ghostly International with his fourth full length album The New Monday. After numerous releases experimenting with abstracted downtempo hip hop glitching, Shigeto has looked closer to home and drawn on a more dance floor focus, because, Detroit. Features collaboration...view item »

Lone
DJ-Kicks

After seven albums and multiple releases through Werk Discs and R&S records, Lone is dropping his first ever commercial mix. Features exclusive new productions from himself as well as tracks from Drexciya(CD Only), Boards Of Canada, Radiohead, Gnork, and man...view item »

Bjørn Torske & Prins Thomas
Arpa

‘Arpa’ was recorded in the same sessions that spawned Bjørn Torske & Prins Thomas’s 2017 collaborative LP Square One. However, the track didn&r...view item »

omrr
Devils for my Darling

Their previous outing came on the loveliest of warm drone labels Eilean, and now omrr show up for Dronarivm with a release of densely textured microambient. Full of sounds as tiny and active as little insects, Omar El Abd creates busy but beautiful music, both recording environments and processing them back into glitch...view item »

Sula Bassana
Organ Accumulator

Bangs, whirrs and everything else on display here. The decade-deep Krautrocker conjures John Carpenter, Neu!, Massive Attack and the rest on this set of slow burners. ‘Nebelschwaden’ sounds a bit like Vangelis. CD edition on Sulatron comes in a 100% recycled ...view item »

Ulver
Perdition City (Music to an Interior Film)

The fifth album from experimental collective and frequent SunnO))) collaborators Ulver gets the reissue treatment. 2000’s Perdition City (Music to an Interior Film) incorporates industrial and trip hop elements (there’s even some saxophone!) and pushes Ulver’s sound into divers...view item »

Daphni
Joli Mai

Daphni presents a new album! The club-dance project of Dan Snaith (also the maestro behind Caribou) recently released a Fabriclive mix that was made up of fragments of unreleased new Daphni tracks… Well now some of those tracks have been extended, completed and r...view item »

D33J
Death Valley Oasis

Death Valley Oasis is the debut release from D33J, aka Dajavan Santos, the co-founder of the WEDIDIT Collective. Death Valley Oasis delivers seductive house music of digital production and analog synth, chopped together with experimental field recordings. Features Shlohm...view item »

Various
The Quietened Cosmologists

The Quietened Cosmologists is a reflection on space exploration projects that have been abandoned and/or that were never realised, of connected lost or imagined futures and dreams, the intrigue and sometimes melancholia of related derelict sites and technological remnants that lie scattered and forgotten. Available in the usual hand-fini...view item »

As The Spirit Wanes
Accidental Journey

Manchester musician, integral member of Jane Weaver's band and comprising half of Art Of The Memory Palace, Raz Ullah brings us the new project As The Spirit Wanes and their debut single Accidental Journey. Raz weaves a rich audio tapestry with wavering tempos, spacey synth an...view item »

Jana Rush
Pariah

Starting out as a wonderkid DJ at the age of 13 in 1996, then taking a break from the music biz for a whole 13 years at the turn of the decade Jana Rush is back and making waves. Last year MPC 7635 EP wowed with its drumming majesty. Now with Pariah, she mixes jungle, house, acid, soul and jazz. Being born and raised in Chicago ...view item »

CHXFX
Transcranial Targets

Transcranial Targets is the latest brain child of David Henson’s CHXFX project. Henson has covered a lot of sound design through his Ascoltare and Nochexxx projects, now landing somewhere between BBC Radiophonic Workshop and Oneohtrix Poin...view item »

Rodinia
Ex Anima

Rodinia continues JJ Whitefield's exploration of krautrock themes by pulling himself away from the lure of lengthy ambient vacuums, instead focusing on shorter songs a la Neu or Harmonia, so expect greater focus & condensed atmosphere this time around. With Now-Again curating and art by Jason Jagel (of DOOM cover fame),...view item »

Stacian
Person L

After a number of releases on Moniker, Dania Luck moves her Stacian project over to Night School for the second full length. Mixing coldwave, John Carpenter atmospherics and cold dystopian electronics with a huge sense of digital disconnection, Person L touches on an off-kilter game sou...view item »

Moebius Story Leidecker
Familiar

Familiar is the result of what sounds like a gorgeous couple of days of recording in a remote chalet studio by Dieter Moebius (Cluster, Harm...view item »

Snapped Ankles
The Best Light Is The Last Light

Bizarre woodland creatures-slash-post-punk noise mongers Snapped Ankles sign with The Leaf Label, presenting their first physical release.  Delving into cinema as of late their tracks have taken an almost chase scene-like quality, hyper energised mixing the driving arpeggiator-like pulse of Apparat Organ Quartet...view item »

Ben Frost
The Centre Cannot Hold

Behold! Ben Frost’s latest, fifth studio album is here. The Centre Cannot Hold took up 10 days of Chicago studio recording time, and ten days' wages for Steve Albini. Ben and Steve have created a chromatically dense record, glowing at the deep ...view item »

310
Opposite Corners

As part of our Leaf Label discount bonanza, here is a nice little transparent 7” single from 310, available for a staggeringly affordable price. Opposite Corners is a...view item »

310
Prague Rock

As part of our Leaf Label discount bonanza, here is a fully-fledged 12” EP from 310, made available for a staggeringly affordable price. The Frosty Bardum Affair feat...view item »

Ben Frost
Super Dark Times (Music From The Motion Picture)

Kevin Phillips’s murderous coming of age film set in the 90s brings Iceland based producer Ben Frost into his element when asked to create the soundtrack for it. Utilising equipment used in the era (Boss Metal Zone pedal for example) Frost creates a looming and menacing score laced with minimalist textures...view item »

Willie Gibson
Vivaldi: Seasons Change

Willie Gibson is an electronic music composer working in the wilds of Cambridgeshire. He spent a year recreating one of the most popular pieces of classical music - Vivaldi's Le Quattro Stagioni - using a modular synthesizer. Gibson transcribed each element of the score into MIDI, built each instrument sound from scratch and recorded the parts t...view item »

IIVII
Invasion

Josh Graham is an all-rounder, dipping toes in all pies. Previously a guitarist in Red Sparrowes, visual artist for Neurosis and currently in Battle Of Mice and A Storm Of Light. Invasion is his second solo outing as IIVII...view item »

Various
Relight

Zurich's Light Of Other Days decide to set fire to themselves, or at least, a few of the tunes that they've released recently. They've got the Music From Memory-reissued Michal Turtle and Phantom Island reworking HOVE tracks, Unknown Mobile transforming ...view item »

Cut Hands
Volume 4

William Bennett's excellent Cut Hands project continues to gain momentum as he once again simultaneously releases two albums this week. Volumes 1 and 2 sold out double-fast so I'd imagine these will do the same. I'm listening to Volume 3 and it's got the fevered percussive electronics I was expecting, cutting out tribalistic and supremely dancea...view item »

John Foxx and The Maths
The Machine

This is a specially composed soundtrack for an adaptation of EM Forster's short story The Machine Stops which explores our increasingly complex relationship with technology. This eerie and evocative score was composed by electronic music veteran John Foxx working along side Benge. Artwork is by the people respon...view item »

Antwood
Sponsored Content

Canadian producer Antwood had several releases on netlabels such as B.YRSLF Division and Cocobass before being snatched up by Planet Mu. Returning with his second full length album, Sponsored Content...view item »

DMX Krew
Mini-Owner

Veteran producer DMX Krew drops 6 new lively ones on the world. The contents of Mini-Owner are wonderful: shiny, sunny and happy without lapsing into predictability. Proper-electro funk rhythm-churn and colourful summer-evening synthlines flying all over the place: lovely work. Released via Holland’s Shipwrec labe...view item »

Kit 'n C.L.A.W.S
Urn Of Stilled Sorrows EP

The tree-wreckers are back. It's Squirrels release no. 2, Kit 'n C.L.A.W.S -- Squirrels On Film's Brian Hock and SanFran man Kit Clayton -- and the Urn Of Stilled Sorrows EP: a swimmy-headed trip for inter-dimensional dancers. Clayton 'n' Hock's sound worlds meld smoothly, where subterranean chords grind and g...view item »

Hannah Peel
Mary Casio: Journey To Cassiopeia

Imagine going from Barnsley to outer space. This is what Northern Irish electronic artist Hannah Peel explores on this new opus. It's the story of an elderly pioneering electronic music artist who dreams of leaving her Barnsley home and seeing Cassiopeia for herself. Peel realises this with horns by those responsible for Tubular...view item »

Steffi
World Of The Waking State

Having moved to Berlin in 2007, Steffi became a resident at Panorama Bar and soon began to release on the club’s label; Ostgut Ton. World of The Waking State is her third solo album for Ostgut Ton and is an ensnaring mix of heavy club beats and shadowy electronics. The ten tracks across th...view item »

Midland
FABRICLIVE 94: Midland

The rising star has risen - Midland has made it onto the headline slot at Fabric room 1 and here is the Fabriclive mix to prove it. Packed full of tunes from talented folks like Daphni, Beatrice Dillon, LFO, and Kowton, expect things from dank bass-techno hybrids to dancefloor e...view item »

Eric Copeland
Goofballs

Of noisemakers Black Dice but at this point probably more notorious for his solo efforts as a dissonant dancer, Eric Copeland once again graces our doors with a record of off-kilter shenanigans. Goofballs continues to combine his economical sound sources of knackered drum m...view item »

Ben Frost
Ionia / Jlin Rework

On the verge of the release of his fifth full length album The Centre Cannot Hold, minimalist/maximalist Ben Frost brings its first offering, Ionia. With the concept of the album being a near freeform fight between creation and its creator, recorded by Steve Albini, it’s looking like thes...view item »

Belief Defect
Decadent Yet Depraved

Belief Defect are an anonymous duo, with the only information being that they are established artists in their own rights. Decadent Yet Depraved sets out their manifesto - the world is deluding itself. Combine that target with hard hitting experimental electronics and you get the soundtrack to a collision course through...view item »

Nosaj Thing
Parallels

Los Angeles based producer Nosaj Thing brings his fourth full length album to Innovative Leisure. Well renowned for his innovative depth pushing emotion and warmth into his electronic productions and not sitting in a single genre. Featuring tracks with Steve Spacek, Kazu Makino, and Zuri...view item »

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir
Are You Lost In The World Like Me

Four remixes of tracks taken from Moby & The Void Pacific Choir’s These Systems Are Failing album from 2016. Well, three remixes of the lead single Are You Lost In the World Like Me? By Nava Ryan, Zarva, and Moby himself and one remix of The Light...view item »

Nathan Fake
Providence Reworks: Part I

First revisit of Nathan Fake’s Providence full length bringing two remixes, with Overmono (Truss and Tessela) and Huerco S. reworking the Prurient collab track DEGREELESSNESS and Olga Wojciechowska taking...view item »

Georges Vert
An Electric Mind

This LP really is a treat, it should have a pretty broad appeal to fans of Balearic Beats, Disco, Deep House and beyond. Those that enjoy the Gallic grooviness of St.Germain, Air and even Daft Punk could do worse than checking this out. Yet this isn't just a bunch of filtered french house...view item »

Kaleida
Tear The Roots

After two EPs London based synth-pop duo Kaleida return to Lex Records for their debut full length Tear The Roots. Stripped back electronic pop that is direct and embracing, with vocal strength of London Grammar or Lykke Li and the straight up appeal o...view item »

Memnon Sa
Lemurian Dawn

London-based sonic maven Misha Hering (also known as Among The Bones) makes a stylistic leap with his second album as Memnon Sa, moving on from the doom metal growl of Citadel to embrace a formidable arsenal of analogue synthesisers as the fuel for his wall of sound ruminations. With br...view item »

Shanti Celeste & Funkineven
SSS

Shanti Celeste resides in Bristol but hails from Chile, giving her potential ties to some very weighty scenes indeed. After recent releases for Secretsundaze and Future Times, SSS lands on the Apron label. Celeste’s original shuffler is backed by a tantalisingly-titled ‘90’s Cut’...view item »

Drexciya
Harnessed The Storm

There are few acts in underground dance music who inspire as much reverence as the Detroit electro duo Drexciya. Their radically futuristic grooves were steeped in a mystery that was enhanced by their anti-mainstream anonymity and mythical identification with technologically advanced aquatic descendents of Africans...view item »

Simfonica
Letters In Time

‘Letters in Time’ is an art concept release from Simfonica that has so far been unavailable to buy in its complete form due to apparent political content on two of the tracks. Despite heaping much praise on the project – “You have created a very brilliant sound there… It is amazing to experience how you...view item »

Trickfinger
II

Since leaving The Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante has been working way more on his electronics, releasing through labels like Acid Test. However he had been doing this stuff for a while. These are the second set of tracks to be released from his original ventures as Trickfinger. Just him ...view item »

Lali Puna
Two Windows

Lali Puna are back after a seven year gap which saw the departure of founding member Markus Acher. The others seem to be continuing in a business-as-usual like manner though with an album of lush and focused electronica. There's guests too including DNTEL's Jimmy Tamborello and harpist Mary Lattimore...view item »

GAS
Narkopop

Well what do we have here then? Following on from that enormous box set of his greatest work of 20 years vintage, Wolfgang Voigt re-ignites his Gas project with a new album which, though it continues the thick foggy sonics of earlier work introduces dense and sometimes atonal sonics to the magical mist with that...view item »

Benni
I & II

Benni is the latest guise of Ben McCullough of Wizzard Sleeve/Heavy Lids/Natural Child. This solo outing is focused firmly on imagines sci-fi soundtracks and with 80’s electro pulse. With cited influences being Vangelis, John Carpe...view item »

Klanken
Vier / Vijf

Belgian duo return to DEEWEE for their second 12”, whilst people battle on to confirm whether this is actually an anonymous project from Soulwax, Vier / Vijf will get your electro taste buds going. Mechanical and straight up, yet laced with an incredibly cheeky metallic groove. Industrialised and funky....view item »

Penguin Cafe & Cornelius
Umbrella EP

Originally put on a short release in 2015, after completing the new Penguin Cafe album, Erased Tapes have repackaged this EP made with Japanese musician/producer Cornelius for record store day. Featuring two collaborative tracks and each party remixing one of the other’s tracks. Hypnotic blends of world mu...view item »

High Boys
Dead Zones

High Boys are Skull Defekts members Jean-Louis Huhta (aka Dungeon Acid) and Joachim Nordwall. They recently had a 12” on Hoga Nord and are back with an EP on Nordwall&...view item »

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