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Visible Cloaks

Fabulous abstract ambient pop music for digital robots here on Visible Cloaks’ new record. Lex was composed through various process of software randomisation, creative uses of MIDI, and texts fed and re-fed through so many language translation processes that a new un-language has been formed. Eerie but soothing au...view item »


Goner’s new album Yogascum brings new collaborators and new textures into the sound of his music. UnterLala’s noise cello and Co...view item »

Floating Points

Sam Shepherd, or as we know and love him, Floating Points made a bit of a statement with his 2015 debut album, Eleana. He followed that up with Reflections - Mojave Desert, a soundtrack to a short film. With his latest release, Ratio, he is returning to his earlier days when he made dancefloor-rea...view item »

Mark Van Hoen
The Last Flowers From The Darkness

This expanded reissue of The Last Flowers From The Darkness by Mr Mark Van Hoen, released by Medical Records, is a 1997 album originally released on Touch. While the album is featured in full, it also includes 20 minutes of added material and is presented on limited edition high quality double 160-gram classic vinyl....view item »

Sea Island

A vital cog and immortal player in Vancouver's alternative music scene -- having played drums  for Dan Bejar's Destroyer while also making an endless slew of ambient works -- Scott Morgan is better known as Loscil. 'Sea Island' is a new record of sorts, collecting loose but original material Morgan has made over the last two years...view item »

Youth Code
Commitment To Complications

Commitment to Complications is the new album by Youth Code. The industrial hardcore band, who take inspiration from EBM formed in Los Angeles in 2012. Since their eponymous debut in 2013, the band have toured extensively with the likes of Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly. All that t...view item »

Not Waving
Good Luck

London based Italian Alessio Natalizia returns to Diagonal with his ninth full length as Not Waving. Keeping in line with his abstracted and experimental take on club culture and EBM, ...view item »

Max Loderbauer + Jacek Sienkiewicz
Live At Berlin Atonal 2015

The Berlin Atonal festival (housed in an former power-plant, the perfect location for heavy, industrially-tinged sounds) have started to release selected performances from last year’s event. Here we have the techno producer Jacek Sienkiewicz and synth-man Max Loderbauer operating together to make deep-reac...view item »


Poly-ana is the debut LP from the critically acclaimed producer, Brainwaltzera. Gaining fans from the likes of Aphex Twin, Brainwaltzera’s Aescoba EP was an exploration of the possibilities of IDM, Ambient and Drone and this LP is no different. Shifting from heavy, clunky ...view item »

Eleh / Christina Kubisch

Thrilling vinyl split between Christina Kubisch, master harnesser of the electromagnetic field, and the person or persons known only as Eleh, champion of modern minimalist synth. Kubisch interprets the cultural legacy of Nikola Tesla for her side, composing with myriad electromagnetic signals sourced from modern...view item »

The Normal
Warm Leatherette/ T.V.O.D.

Oneohtrix Point Never
Commissions II

Commissions II presents two new works from Daniel Lopatin’s Oneohtrix Point Never: new that is unless you were fortunate enough to witness either of the events for which these pieces were commissioned (no, that title is not a coincidence). A panoply of electronic wonder, Lopatin flexing all sorts of approaches. On...view item »


After having releases on Ghostly International, Ninja Tune and R&S, Neversleep Acts as a second, more strict vessel for Moiré material, continuing from where his EP of the same name left off. Bringing his unreleased club focused material to the forefront with edits that seem to come from his BBOY ...view item »

Peppermint Lounge
Perfect High

Dark Entries turn their attention to short lived German outfit Peppermint Lounge, who originally released Perfect High in 1983. It’s an engrossing slice of synth wave seduction with a killer vocal turn that comes on like Siouxsie Sioux gone to the disco and enough warbling, throbbing melodies to s...view item »

Blue Pyramid

It’s high time the Psychic TV catalogue got a reappraisal, and Dark Entries are just the label to do the job. Working in tandem with Emotional Rescue, they’ve dug out this blistering set of early house wares from Dave Ball of Soft Cell his wife Virginia, whose violin...view item »

Keine Ahnung
Keine Ahnung

Keine Ahnung are another group from that fertile early 80s period in Germany that gave rise to so many cult gems hidden in the folds of industrial and minimal wave history. While much of their material remains unreleased, this debut album made a minor splash on its initial release and now enjoys a righteous reissue via Dark Entr...view item »

New Crime

It’s staggering to think Yello legends Boris Blank and Carlos Peron recorded this incredible collection of unsettling synth jams in the mid 70s. Originally planned for release by The Residents, what never came to fruition at the time finally sees the light of the day now v...view item »

F. Ampism
The Unstruck Sound Centre

Brighton good egg F. Ampism presents a fizzy suite of nine wee electronic gurps, displaying his rich abilities in the field of sound-tweak. The Unstruck Sound Centre is crammed full of lovely textures for your brain to luxuriate in, though the developments are swift enough to keep you on your toes. Vinyl release from Ik...view item »

Somewhere, Someday

Melorman returns with Somewhere, Someday, a friendly suite of bedroom electronica that shimmers and sparkles with warm, sometimes nostalgic synth pads. The vinyl release of Somewhere, Someday also comes with a download code for the bonus EP Away, so that’s another five tracks you are getting for ...view item »


It’s been a few years, but Baths (aka Will Weisenfeld) appears to have found the time among all the anime and computer games for another Anticon album. Led by affable, confessional songwriting, Romaplasm swings to the steps of camp, bubbly poptronica. It comes off as more lyrical, a touch lighter and more spacious...view item »

Deadly Avenger
Everyday Is Kill

With a history linked to leftfield and breakbeat producers, Deadly Avenger's synth styling had perhaps been slightly overlooked. With this return album after 8 years of silence, he's back and is sounding as cosmic as ever. A crisp retro future lies at the record's heart, with precision drama and contemplation....view item »

Deutsche Elektronische Musik 3: Experimental German Rock And Electronic Music 1971-81

The third in Soul Jazz Records’ series of compilations exploring multifarious delights in the fertile world of 70s and early 80s German experimental rock, pop and electronic music. Several familiar names here - Popul Vuh, Cluster, Roedelius, Neu!, ...view item »

Detroit House Guests - The Remixes

ADULT.’s project Detroit House Guests, released earlier this year, featured an array of collaborators who were invited to live and record together, with Lichens...view item »

Hello Skinny
Watermelon Sun

Hello Skinny target their actions straight for the heart of New York’s dub-disco jazz 1970’s avant-garde world, seemingly using Arthur Russell collaborator Peter Zummo, who a...view item »

Honey Badger / Pig

Clark knocks out a heavy pair of homages - one to the honey badger, a fierce little mustelid famous for behaving as if it’s all out of bubblegum and one to the less exotic, more industrially-farmed pig. Though still of the gentler production style Clark has developed in the last few years, this material hearkens a decade b...view item »

Quaeschning & Schnauss

Thorsten Quaeschning and Ulrich Schnauss were both disciples of the sadly departed Edgar Froese, and their album Synthwaves kneels at the altar of the greats, notably Tangerine Dream. Precise synth modulations and mutations aplenty then, made on pristine analog equipment. Kosmiche sounds to drift off to...view item »

Dinner Fur 2

Anyone with the slightest interest in 1980s synthwave ought to be acquainted with Vono, a pair of German brothers active in the late seventies and early eighties. Their weapons of choice: dark, danceable beats, simple bass sequences, metallic synth textures and yelped lyrics. Immaculately stylish for their time, and perhaps rath...view item »

The Orb + Fenin / Bus
The Orb + Fenin / Bus

God bless The Orb, always one of the finer production squads within the ambient house / dub-electronica works. They’ve recently celebrated the twentieth birthday of Berlin’s Shitkatapult label with mix-CD, and here they excerpt some mixed material from Fenin and Bus, accompa...view item »

The Orb Chronicles (20 Years Of Shitkatapult)

God bless The Orb, always one of the finer production squads within the ambient house / dub-electronica works. Main Orb-men Alex Paterson and Thomas Fehlmann are celebrating the twentieth birthday of the Shitkatapult label with a big super-mix of classic tracks from thr...view item »

Subterranean (1989-1995)

Workdub were a group from St. Louis who mostly kept to themselves, crafting slightly unusual electronics in their basement. Subterranean (1989 - 1995) collects highlight tracks from the specified period, with cu...view item »

Mark Van Hoen

You may remember Mark van Hoen from such experimental electronics projects as Seefeel and The Locust, or from. On Nightvision though, he returns to solo work to follow up on rec...view item »

Early Birds

It’s a shame there’s two grimacing fuck-tards from Leeds City Council digging a hole in the road just outside my window, it would have been nice to sit here in peace and ponder the merits and pitfalls of this unexpected comp from our fave Icelandic pop pixies. Instead it sound...view item »

Lloyd Cole
1D Electronics 2012-2014

1D Electronics 2012 - 2014 is the first solo release of Lloyd Cole’s electronic dabblings. We’ve heard plenty from him in pop mode, and some of his electronics alongside Hans-Joachim Roedelius, but this is the first record of this kind. Each piece is studiously sequenced, moving through subt...view item »

Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters
Tomorrow Is Another Day

Second collaborative album from former Engineers cohorts Ulrich Schnauss and Mark Peters, to be honest I wasn’t that keen on the duo’s first effort ‘Underrated Silence’ and this is coming from someone who absolutely lov...view item »

John Maus
Screen Memories

John Maus returns! Six years have passed since ‘We Must Become The Pitiless Censors’ -- during which time Maus has toured, released a rarities collection and finished his doctorate in Political Philosophy. He sounds as towering and stately as ever on Screen Memories; the record is another personal one which ...view item »


This is Bicep's debut album, following up a bunch of 12" records, selling thousands of vinyl, generating millions of streams and being played by just about everyone. One of their 12' releases: "Just" earned this electrifying duo the title of Track of the Year and has been dropped by the likes of Jamie XX.  ...view item »

Zombie Zombie

Zombie Zombie return from some time doing film scores and er, music for a circus show, with a fully-fledged studio album in the form of Livity. It's a deep experimental trip as usual for these guys, featuring remarkable combinations: some vintage French prog here, some free-jazz sax blast there, some hip-hop swagger on ...view item »


Alex Cuervo is, by night, Espectrostatic! Under this name he mines the rich world of sounds and tropes that vintage horror movie soundtracks have given us over the years. Silhouette is original music that carries that spooky flavour you love so much, and it's released in a fancy vinyl edition by Burning...view item »

Carmen Villain
Borders (Klara Lewis Remix) / Red Desert (Biosphere Remix)

This little 12” contains a veritable cornucopia of talent. As well as Carmen Villain herself, we also have Jenny Hval, making a feature on Borders, and the remixing /  reconstructing talents of Klara Lewis and Biosphere, each offering refreshing new takes on ...view item »

Steve Moore
Mayhem (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Mayhem (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack) is by Steve Moore from Pennsylvanian synthwave duo Zombi. Mayhem is Steve Moore’s 5th soundtrack. His ability to lure the listener to the edge of their seat, increasing the fear within, as he builds the tension with his analogue synth sounds has ...view item »
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More Than Machine Remixes

More Than Machine is an old 90’s track by Runningonair that was never actually finished or released, featuring drum loops and computer-voice text. Rather than leaving it to gather dust for eternity though,...view item »

Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook
The Dark Side Of The Moog – Vol. 9-11

The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol. 9 - 11 continues the quite frankly epic archival effort to tunnel through the mass recordings that were made when the legendary Klaus Schulze started working with Pete Namlook in the 90’s using an...view item »

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things 2 (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)

The SURVIVE members return with their soundtrack to the second series of the Netflix sci-fi show. Recalling the classic synth scores of Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter is part of their remit, but this isn’t just lazy nostalgic simulation - there’s oodles of inventiveness, sensitiv...view item »


Oh what a pleasant way to end the day with a brand spanking new Cluster album. It's ultra-soothing silky electronics are twinkling away in the headphones. The fact that these guys are making music like this after 40 years really is amazing. What strikes me about it is that it feels very current yet not really like anyone else I can think of. There ...view item »

Ben Lukas Boysen
Golden Times 1

Ben Lukas Boysen hands over his tracks Golden Times 1 and ‘Nocturne 4’ (taken from the album Spells) to both Max Cooper and Tim Hecker(!) for some vivid and idiosyncratic reworkings. The EP is rounded out with a new Boysen original in the form of &l...view item »

Alessandro Cortini & Masami Akita

Masami Akita (King Merzbow himself) and Alessandro Cortini (of Nine Inch Nails) both own an EMS Synthi, and this Untitled release finds them each using the EMS exclusively to produce four sides of seething noisy electronics. The vintage analogue equipment is totally exp...view item »

K.O.T. (Anthony Shakir)
Da Jit / Wett

K.O.T. (King Of Thoughts) was Anthony "Shake" Shakir, an undeniable godfather of techno and the motor city sound working with Carl Craig and Derrick May as a producer for the Metroplex label in Detroit. Black Bottom Records reissue these incredibly rare tracks f...view item »

Grayson Gilmour
Red Bull Music Academy Library Series, Vol. 1

The latest cult area of music that Red Bull Music Academy are extending their well-funded reach into is library music, that hidden and quasi-anonymous other world of sounds. They’ve started to commission new ‘library music’ from known artists, and the first one of the series is by New Zealand&rsq...view item »

Frank Coe / Forrest J. Ackerman
Music For Robots

Originally released in 1961, Music For Robots was a project from Forrest Ackerman - who founded Science Fiction Fandom, was an agent for writers such as L. Ron Hubbard, and even coined the term “Sci-Fi”, and and Frank Coe, a sound effects editor/wizard. One side features an ...view item »


Tracks released by Ged Gengras under his Personable moniker tend to fizz with fresh energy: probably a consequence of his ‘live-in-the-studio’ production approach. House-garage-techno jams with a bounce and a punch, from a real synth talent. 4 tracks on Oyster, which is released by Black Opa...view item »

Mount Kimbie
Love What Survives

As the third album from British electronic duo Mount Kimbie, September 8th released Love What Survives promises to be their most expansive and ambitious yet. Featuring cameos from the Mercury-winning James Blake, just the tracklist highlights the steep progression of this band since their pre...view item »

Diggin In The Carts : A Collection Of Pioneering Japanese Video Game Music

A huge collection of 8-bit and 16-bit bleeps and bloops collated by Diggin In The Carts co-director Nick Dwyer, and Hyperdub’s Kode 9. Comprised of thirty four tracks taken from legendary titles released on classic Japanese video game systems - from Nintendo’s Famicom to Sega’s Mega Drive, as w...view item »


On this meeting of worlds, techno is spiked with various other sources - krautrock, drone, cinematic synthscapes and electronica - to tell a sombre and unnerving story. Kaukolampi here explore a diverse range of moods and sonic environments, whipping the listener into a subdued, but significant hypnosis. ...view item »

Entropien I

Angel - the duo of Ilpo Väisänen (Pan Sonic) and Dirk Dresselhaus (Schneider TM) have become die Angel on this, their eighth album, and first for Shapednoise’s Cosmo Rhythmatic imprint. Previous albums vi...view item »


Beloved in the concrete court of Norman is bvdub, the heartbreaking ambient techno artist responsible for a slew of the loveliest releases. Real name Brock Van Wey, his work is both harnessing and expansive, bringing the listener close while scoping out big natural landscapes (check that one on the front cover). ...view item »

Ruby My Dear

This is an absolute techno record that sounds as if it could be off a game on the PlayStation in the 90's - fast and rhythmic from Ruby My Dear entitled Basic. This record isn't at all basic, because there are some points that are incredibly manic, but maybe that's the whole point of the name? Available on a 12" white v...view item »

Necro Deathmort

After releases on Distraction, Extreme Ultimate, and Rocket, London based two piece Necro Deathmort bring their 8th full length to extreme label Profound Lore. Sharing similar traits to acts such as Ulver...view item »

Nicola Ratti
The Collection

Bellows band member Nicola Ratti caught our attention with the excellent Pressure Loss release on Where To Now? and now shores up on the ever-essential Room40 with a new suite of refined, rhythmic minimalism. The pitter patter of Ratti’s percussion is austere, but there’s a sense of fun rubbed into the ...view item »

Hey Drum / The Truth

Daphni (AKA Caribou, Dan Snaith) returns to his own Jiaolong label with two tracks of club ready banging house. Taken from his recent fabriclive mix, Hey Drum is a minimal percussion groove centred around simply vocal line, building up to chord stabs, before dropping straight back down....view item »

Bruno Spoerri
Voice Of Taurus

A nine-track record from the ever expanding mind of Bruno Spoerri. Another release that shows just how good improvised synth music can be and a great reminder that sci-fi soundtrack synths and futuristic-funk actually can be a cracking combination. Voice Of Taurus is available on vinyl LP from ‘We Release Whatever...view item »

Bruno Spoerri & Reto Weber
The Sound Of The UFOs

Collaboration between Swiss electronic and jazz musician Bruno Spoerri and percussionist Reto Weber made available for the first time since its release in 1978. Taking the biggest selection of synths you can imagine they take you on an intergalactic journey through improvisations that touch on krautrock, techno ...view item »

Rafael Toral
Moon Field

Highly skilled and storied Portugese sound artist Rafael Toral makes a welcome appearance on Lawrence English’s Room40 label. The sound field Toral employs on this latest album is stark and clinical, but the tones vibrating within are etched deep with studious character, whether it’s a measured guita...view item »

Suso Saiz

Having not released anything since 2008, Music From Memory released a compilation of Spanish ambient electronica producer and composer Suso Saiz. Known for his work with Orquesta de las Nubes and Música Esporádica as well as recording with Steve Reich, he has retur...view item »

Gust De Meyer

This curious slice of minimal wave comes from a hidden corner of Belgian electronic music, where Gust De Meyer made just one limited cassette that has since become the stuff of legend. It’s a deceptively simple album of glorious synth melodies and stripped down drum pulses that packs all the wonder and naivety of the early...view item »

Dub Oven
Skin 'N' Bones

Music From Memory have announced the final 12" in their schedule for 2017: it's a reissue of Dub Oven's self-released, one-off, 1983 EP 'Skin N Bones’. Gary Miles and Blaise Smith met at San Francisco’s notorious 181 Club in 1982. This was music for the dance-floor, influenced by the riotous local patro...view item »

Celestial Music 1978 - 2011

Now that they've exhausted the Arthur Russell back catalogue by re-issuing, re-packaging til there's no more life left in it you may want to switch your attention to this guy. Discovered back in the '70's by Brian Eno, Laraaji was playing autoharp on the streets of New York...view item »

Martin Hannett
Homage to Delia Derbyshire

Martin Hannett is the producer who did all your favourite Manchester post-punk records, but check this out: he also created his own work. Homage to Delia Derbyshire is unreleased material from 1982, made with various synths and electronics. This music feels very intimate and personal, partly because it was not made with...view item »

Moon Zero
Relationships Between Inner & Outer Space

Moon Zero’s new album, the grandly-titled Relationships Between Inner & Outer Space, begins with a track named for Iceland’s ‘Keflavik’ airport that shimmers and swells into a dense mass of all sorts of melodic and textural sounds, sourced from instruments, tape loops, field recordings and mo...view item »

Past is Prologue

I haven't heard much lovliness on Merck for a while but I banged on the new TYCHO CD and thoroughly enjoyed it. It's not doing anything new but what it does is thoroughly enjoyable. 70's style analogue synth style melodica electronica with loads of nods towards Boards of Canada and Casino Vs Japan. Like I ...view item »

Imaginary Songs From Tristan Da Cunha

Helge 'Deathprod' Sten is a patient man, sometimes creating entire soundworlds from tiny pieces of recording, slowed down and manipulated until every detail is palpable. For me his most essential piece, and the most accessible to newcomers, would be his 'Morals and Dogma' opus, which feat...view item »

Emo Kid
Gqomtera EP

Durban, South Africa based producer Emo Kid explores Sgubhu and Gqom on his new EP Gqomtera. While Gqom is defined by its intense rhythmic percussion, Sgubhu lightens thing...view item »

Hollow Systems

Bonebrokk is honoured to be the first artist to ever be released as a vinyl edition on the Trial & Error label. Hollow Systems is a pounding techno trip in four tracks, bolstered by a fifth track in the form...view item »


Kit Records and Timglaset Magazine have joined forces to provide you with this combined zine and tape compilation! The theme is Errata, so various artists have contributed pieces that feature (or are about) failures, errors and glitches. The tape includes tracks from Mary Lattimore, Jake Meginsky and ...view item »


Gajek is no stranger to electronic sound explorations, citing influence from Germany's elite players from the last four or five decades. These strands have been pulled together to create an enthralling work of dizzying beats, sublime textures and borderline ritualistic grace that isn't afraid to get dark either....view item »

The Neon Judgement

The Neon Judgement are another brick in Belgium’s sizzling early-80’s EBM / synth-wave scene. Their Cockerill-Sombre EP, released in 1983, contains their biggest hit ‘The Fashion Party’, which is deliciously cold and sleazily aggressive. Remastered audio pressed to 12” vinyl, packaged with ...view item »

The Asphodells

Franck Gérard

Franck Gerard delivers six tracks to the Groovedge Records imprint, who have done us all the favour of pressing them to 12” vinyl. Gerard’s style, as displayed on Ambios...view item »

Your Love Will Set You Free (c2's Set U Free RMX)

Caribou’s definitive 2014 summer jam gets reworked by Carl Craig in C2 mode. The melancholic arpeggio that structures the original is amplified, intensifying that vague, joyful tone Dan Snaith works hard to create. Craig’s vast synth chords and tight house groove provide just enough momentum to re-en...view item »

JK Flesh

Justin Broadrick is back with a new album from his JK Flesh project, nine tracks of churning, grinding industrial business with fuzzed out vocals and dirty rumbling grooves. The wild vocals and constant layers of scuzz ensure there's an unhinged physica...view item »

Subtemple / Beachfires

Everyone's favourite cracklemonger Burial is back to deliver two new beat opuses on 10" wax for extra crackle. Featuring tracks such as 'Bus Dodger', 'Piss Lift', 'NHS Rizla' and 'Payspliff' (but none of those), it will be sure to console you into the wee hours with nothing but closed curtains and a glowing laptop screen for company. S...view item »



After basically only just releasing his debut album Sagittarius Andy Brown AKA AB2088 returns to Sheffield Central Processing Unit with some follow up trea...view item »

Pop Ambient 2018

The release of Kompakt’s annual Pop Ambient compilation is always one of the loveliest musical events of the year: always a warm, luscious swirl of pulsating beats and shimmering synths from some of the best producers in the game. Pop Ambient 2018 features exclusive cuts from Max Wurden & Tore Pfeiffer...view item »

Odonis Odonis
No Pop

Stark stuff here on Odonis Odonis’ fourth album release. The set-up for the No Pop recording sessions was sparse, with just a basic array of synths and drum machines ...view item »

It’s Alright Between Us As It Is

Lindstrøm is back baby, with his first solo album for a whole half-decade! We can of course count on Lindstrøm to deliver the goods, and his highly professional...view item »


Even by the standards of Chicago’s footwork scene, Traxman is a prolific musicmaker. What’s even more impressive is that pretty much everything he does is good. His umpteenth LP, out via Teklife...view item »

Gel Set
Body Copy

Gel Set is the solo project of Laura Callier (Simulation). After releases on Modern Tapes and Moniker Records, her second full length album comes on 2MR. ...view item »

Dyslexia Tracks

Autumn is upon us. Furthermore, Autumns is upon us. That’s Christian Donaghey of Derry, Northern Ireland, dropping the lengthy vinyl “EP” Dyslexia Tracks...view item »

Hvide Sejl, Varg & F. Valentin

The original edition of Brazil was released as four cassettes. Therefore this 2LP reissue, gathering together all four parts, is very necessary. Brazil is the work of three Scandinavian electronic wizards - Hvide Sejl (Loke Rahbek), Varg and F. Valentin...view item »

DJ Tre
The Underdogg EP

Kode 9’s Hyperdub continues to shine its light on Chicago’s innovative footwork scene. A member of the city’s Teklife crew, DJ Tre’s four tracks unveil his largely as yet unheard production talent while displaying how varied the form h...view item »

Isnaj Dui

Isnaj Dui, aka experimental musician Katie English, presents her new full-length Poiesis. True to form, she continues to blend sparse motifs created from all sorts of electronic and acoustic sources. Her trademark Orientalist flute is present, if less so than previously. Slow and artful, English covers a spectrum from p...view item »


More bombastic, kaleidoscopic work from Parisian synthesist Rone on his new album Mirapolis. Featuring a slew of collaborations with chums such as Saul Williams, members of The National, Battles and Blonde Redhead. Summing up the technopolis-romance ton...view item »

Moritz von Oswald Trio
Horizontal Structures

I though I'd grab this bugger as I've not quite got to grips with the output from this three-pronged all-star experimental collective. I bought the Mala/DMZ remix the other week 'cause it's Mala innit? But the source material is a different kettle of eels entirely. This is apparently a more "expressive" outing than previous endeavors and another...view item »

Harmonious Thelonious
Apakapa EP

Stefan Schwinder has been on a roll of late, recently dropping 12”s for Kontra Musik and Disk, the label he runs with fellow Salon Des Amateurs rhythm wizard Don’t DJ. This link up with Trilogy Tapes finds Harmonious Thelonious on exceptional form, bringing the outernational heat in ...view item »

Novo Line

Nat Fowler aka Novo Line returns with his third release for Not Waving’s Ecstatic label with an album that encourages playing at both 33rpm and 45rpm and experimenting with the pitch slider. I get the real sense that this guy has a lot of affect...view item »

Olafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm
Collaborative Works

Olafur Arnalds and Nils Frahm are each highly regarded as indie-classical melodic experimentalists, and with good cause. They’ve also been working together for years, and this Collaborative Works set gathers up all their past EPs, along with Trance Frendz, a new set of studio improvisatio...view item »

Erik Enocksson
Farval Falkenberg

Posh Isolation present a remastered vinyl edition, in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of Erik Enocksson’s ‘Farval Falkenberg’. If you never copped this first time around when it came out on Kning Disk, then now&rsqu...view item »

The 780's Chronicle

Modula, or Filippo Colonna Romano, is Italy's answer to Dam Funk, making a rare Firecracker 10" featuring a Yamaha synth at the fore (and after which this is titled). Expect twisted cosmic 'tropical' grooves and tunes that sound like they might have been Prince B-sides. If that's not a selling point then I don't know what i...view item »

Yn y Ty

DJJ’s ‘Just A Lil’ had a stint as one of those ubiquitous club anthems when it dropped in 2015 as well as spawning the micro-genre of ‘outsider Ibiza’. Two years on and DJJ’s back on Crazylegs for another EP of Daft-Punk-in-a-washing-machine m...view item »


After a couple of small releases on Dusted Wax Kingdom and Keller, Paul Schröder’s Aparde project unveils it’s debut full length on Ki Records. Atmospheric techno meets Mo...view item »

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