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Rival Consoles
Howl

Rival Consoles is Ryan Lee West - a London based electronic producer signed to Erased Tapes who has his roots in rock music and is primarily a guitarist. His mission on his new album, Howl was to find the perfect balance between club music and something more personal to listen to at home. The album’s title track is made up from West’s experiments of wiring synths up to guitar pedals, the resulting noises were howl-like. These experiments also inspired a darker tone to the album. His less-is-more approach to composition fits in with the Erased Tapes ethos.
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Rival Consoles
Odyssey / Sonne

Available on CD on Erased Tapes. With a build up to a new album on the horizon, Erased Tapes have put together Rival Console’s two previous EPs in a new, lush package. Slick synthesis and sound collage mould around crisp beats in the ilk of Clark and Nosaj Thing.  Comes in Die-cut sleeve, two colour variations.
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Biosphere
Shenzhou

Shenzou is Biosphere’s 2002 record, upon which most of the tracks were built out of scratchy old vinyl samples of Debussy recordings, which lends the album a Gas-like classical flavour beneath all that nice shimmering looping ambience. This reissue of Shenzou also contains the album The Samphire Tower in full, as a bonus! Double CD and triple LP editions.

Wilted Woman
Home Listener

Wilted Woman comes creeping out of an accomplished romp in the cassette-label underground to present this formidable foray into the vinyl format for the ever-excellent Alien Jams label. The sound and vessel are a natural fit, with WW’s errant analogue bleep abstractions pinging out into a wonderfully gritty yet cosmic kind of techno.

Joni Void
Selfless

Joni Void has already been through several artistic stages, despite his young age. After a whirl of self-released material, Selfless is the project’s first label-released album, and it is made entirely out of micro-samples, carefully sourced and then re-processed musique concrete style into the catchy, sometimes groovy pieces you hear here. Out on Constellation.
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Erskine Lynas
Lease of Youth

This is the debut record from Erskine Lynas and is called Lease of Youth. This ten-track record has similarities to many bands from the 70/80/90's but with a more contemporary twist - very mellow synth-pop if you will. Available on vinyl LP and released on Local Action (who are apparently VERY proud to announce this one). 

S U R V I V E
RR7387

S U R V I V E recently handed over four of the tracks from their 2016 album RR7349 to a selection of superb producers for remixing, and RR7387 provides the results. With Justin K Broadrick, Not Waving, Lena Willikens and Sam Haar of Blondes all contributing, you just know you are in for some heavyweight treats here on this slab of wax. On Relapse.
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Public Service Broadcasting
The Race For Space

Second album of history footage-plundering workouts from Public Service Broadcasting. They are like the anti-hauntology. On The Race For Space the theme is the space race, though the players retain their Wrigglesworth and Willgoose monikers. Has this thing got legs? Find out on vinyl, limited indies-only vinyl, or compact disc.

The Orb
Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld

Sheesh! The Orb's legendary debut LP gets a 4LP re-issue to mark its 25th anniversary. An odyssey of ambient and dance the record has many stand outs such as 'Little Fluffy Clouds' making it one of the few places where psych and dance properly collide. Comes in the original artwork. I'm not sure if there are bonus tracks as it doesn't say.   

Jun Fukamachi
Nicole (86 Spring and Summer Collection - Instrumental Images)

Super-rare (eg never actually officially released for sale before) library music from Japan, 1986. Jun Fukamachi was commissioned by the Nicole fashion brand to introduce their 86 Spring and Summer Collection, and he did so with these slick funky tracks, which have a profoundly 80’s sheen to them. Reissued by the Kraft label.

Biosphere
Patashnik

Think back to 1994, when the house-inflected ambience of Biosphere really started to percolate up into territory where people took notice. Patashnik feels like a warm trip through deep space / inner space, one that still feels worth taking today. Reissued on double vinyl and double CD: the CD edition also includes a bonus 12 track ‘sequel’! On Biophon Records.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Martial Canterel
Lost at Sea

Sean MacBride is also half of synthpop duo Xeno & Oaklander, but this long-running solo project has a more melancholy, introspective vibe. Rigid sequencing in the style of early Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark and Depeche Mode is lent a bit of Detroit drive and submerged in dense analogue synth washes. There’s an epic, cold war Europe feel (not bad for a Brooklyn lad), with MacBride’s Andy McCluskey-esque vocals portraying a lonely figure, stoic amid the winds of change.

Cristian Vogel
Classics Remastered 1993-1998

A very fine retrospective of important Chilean / UK producer Cristian Vogel’s forward-looking 90’s techno tracks. Classics Remastered 1993-1998 has wide-eyed high-energy club vibes for days, and each track is newly remastered for extra kick. Out on Sub Rosa in differently-tracklisted 2CD and 2LP versions.

James Holden & The Animal Spirits
The Animal Spirits

Electronics expert James Holden has expanded his Animal Spirits for a bold set of synth led folk opuses that fuse bits of psychedelia, kraut-rock, world jazz to create a genre blending opus that is also accessible. Sax, cornet, recorder and percussion have been introduced to the sonic maelstrom with Holden acting as band leader on an album that is sure to be highly anticipated. 

Claude Speeed
Other Infinities

One of Planet Mu’s two Christmas cassettes is Claude Speeed’s Other Infinities, a companion piece to the Infinity Ultra LP that we all enjoyed earlier in 2017. This is essentially an alternative take on what that album might have become, being extra dark, noisy and spacey. Fifteen exclusive Speeed cuts. Limited edition cassette.
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Mark-Henning Sargent
No Origin

Mark Henning bails out of the world of club music with this joyous exploration of one of his favourite genres: that rich world of vintage sci-fi and horror movie soundtracks that everybody loves these days. No Origin is a fourteen track trip through the spacey sounds that Mark hears in his head: sounds good in there. Double LP on soundtrack label Dead Bison.
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Digital Release
Positive Approach

Digital Release get a physical release - and that’s just where the confusion begins. This collaboration between ambidextrous media production centre Georgia (Brian Close and Justin Tripp) and RVNG Intl. boss Matt Werth is a rather off-the-wall adventure. The trio seem to be aiming for trippy, unbridled experimentation, with samples and loops from unrelated styles and contexts intermeshing all over the shop. Bewildering, exciting stuff via Drawing Room Records.
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Mark Van Hoen
Electronic Music (1982 - 1987)

Deluxe collection of Mark Van Hoen tunes, Electronic Music: 1982-1987 does what it says on the tin and gives you Van Hoen’s work from that period, an expansive range of early instrumental pieces influenced by his growing up in the Midlands. Double LP on snazzy blue vinyl, featuring original 35mm pictures of his recording equipment and processes so you can see how the magic happened.
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George Harrison
Electronic Sound

Some may believe that George Harrison was a somewhat underrated Beatle, but he really was one of the more sophisticated members. His ashes were cremated in a traditional Hindu service in India, which went hand in hand with his beliefs as a human - love and peace, I guess. Upon its release back in 1969 the otherworldly Moog soundscapes of 'Electronic Sound' went down like a bucket of cold sick with your average Beatles fan, and marked the end of their short-lived avant off-shoot label Zapple. But Harrison's work here is visionary and like Morton Subotnick's 'Silver Apples of the Moon' released the year before, should be considered pioneering electronic music.

DeepChord
Auratones

Deepchord really allows himself to expand his sounds here on this double-length LP, surely a perfect format for a producer with such a woozy, immersive ambient approach to dub techno. Auratones’ twelve tracks create a positive space for the listener to dance and / or dream in. Released as a 2LP on the Soma label.

Future Beat Alliance
Collected Works 1996-2017

Matthew Puffett lays out the history of his work under the name Future Beat Alliance for us here, with a triple LP set that spans twenty-one years of activity. The Alliance sound has always had an interesting take on techno, with lots of Detroit vibes combining with a love for hip-hop and a preference for hot, soulful productions over that more detached techno vibe. Triple LP compilation on Matthew’s own FBA Recordings.

CID RIM
Material

CID RIM is the new project from Clemens Bacher, an important figure in the Austrian world of electronic music. Debut LP, Material, sees him mixing way out modern jazz and electronic sounds to create a cerebral work that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Bacher has previously remixed acts such as The 1975, Chvrches and Sky Ferreira to great critical acclaim, making his own er… Material, greatly anticipated.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Nukubus
Para

Nukubus is Jan Katsma from friends of Bunker, Syncom Data. Para is his first solo outing for three years and sees him ramping up the dub on six synth workouts. Powerful yet restrained, in places, the pieces are reminiscent of the tunes Katsma/SD did for Dettmann and Stingray mixtapes. 12” on Laura Lies.
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Pinklunch
Pinklunch

Trevor Jackson has a new label on which to expose tracks from his archives to the light for the first time. Release number one on ‘Pre_’ is some of his Pinklunch material, featuring members of C.A.R. and Nitzer Ebb as well as Trevor’s own meaty production. These tracks were made in 2003, but have never been properly released until now! CD release.
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Prins Thomas
5

Prins Thomas must be on top of the world: he’s got both a new album (this here 5) and a new label (Prins Thomas Musik) appearing at once. 5 plucks tracks from various recording sessions, mapping out a few of Prins’ premium approaches to production, including gorgeous tracks too slow for the dancefloor.

Bracken
High Passes

Excitement alert. Brand new album from Chris Adams (Hood/Downpour/On Fell etc) under his Bracken moniker. Now you will all remember that his previous album 'Exist/Resist' won our coveted Album of the Year award in 2014, previous to that he released his debut 'We Know About the Need' on Anticon and go even further back in time you'll remember his group Hood with albums such as 'Cold House' (2001). This new opus is an incredibly diverse and ambitious work spread over 2LPs showcasing his distinctive brand of hip-hop influenced electronic production skills and heartfelt song craft. 

Minais B
As The River At Its Source

As The River At Its Source is the debut solo album from Minais B, the nom-de-plume of musician Villads Kint who is one-third of minimalist pop band Khalil. Emphasising kinetic fluidity in their music and the importance of communication at its thematic core, it’s a fascinating piece of long-form work. 
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Incredible Rock City
Invasion Of The Rock-O-Mites

Obscuro vintage wonder here from The Incredible Rock City Band, a touring group in the 80’s who apparently only played at US army bases. I gotta say though, they sound a lot less straight-laced than that might lead you to expect: this is funky electro synth-rock of a high order. Their rare record Invasion Of The Rock-O-Mites is reissued by Peoples Potential Unlimited.
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Tarotplane
358 Oblique

Adopting the title of one of Beefheart’s most monolithic tracks as an artist name is an audacious dog-whistle move. In fact, PJ Dorsey’s music has more of a Kosmische / Popol Vuh vibe (the Baltimore musician’s previous album was on Aguirre after all). Two really nicely thought out pieces full of shifting drones and subtle melody, with great sound design.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Adriano Zanni
Disappearing

A grand return to the Boring Machines label sees Adriano Zanni dive into oppressive soundscapes, densely composed, but lightly ornamented with field recordings, whispered words and micro processes. It's a deeply entrancing album, made ever more so when the processing over spills into outright abstraction.

Martina Lussi
Selected Ambient

These works by Martina Lussi are named for various gemstones, lending a slight touch of the mystical to the sound compositions we hear. Selected Ambient isn’t ambient in a basic generic way (there is quite a lot going on in some of these pieces), but it does have a thoughtful power to it. LP release on Hallow Ground.

B12
Electro-Soma II

Alongside the reissue of B12’s Electro-Soma they have compiled a load more material taken from the time they were working on the album and created Electro-Soma II, a compilation of archival gold for everyone (who is a fan of the Artificial Intelligence series). Early 90s electronica/IDM originators.  Double LP with download on Warp records
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Adrian Younge
The Electronique Void (Black Noise Instrumentals)

Stepping away for a minute from his recent killer collaborations with Ghostface Killah, producer (and entertainment law professor!) Adrian Younge considers this album to be an ‘academic’ one: a demonstration of the emotional capabilities of synthesisers. The Electronique Void certainly has the playful vibe of some early synth pioneers, though with an extra helping of groove in the mix. Out on Linear Labs.
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Zomby
Ultra

It's Zomby. His music is very good -- there hasn't been a full LP since the vignette masterpiece With Love but here's Ultra, a record that promises knockout collaborations with artists including HKE, Rezzett and dubstep whisperer Burial. Crystal-clear productions, no doubt.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Kemper Norton
Toll

A new one from electronic folklorists Kemper Norton! On 'Toll', they follow up their rural, campfire-lit back catalogue with an album steeped in Cornish history and myth. As always, the band's dark ambient collage is informed by thorough context -- theirs is a hauntology that feels real, rooted in story. Expect a record that sounds the way beaches look at night.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

J.G. Biberkopf
Fountain Of Meaning

Jacques Gaspard Biberkopf has come to light as a co-conspirator on Kuedo’s Knives label, but now he’s been snapped up by Aisha Devi to contribute a five track EP to Danse Noire. It’s an intriguing trip through operatic emoting, outernational exploration, ambience and texture, and Devi herself appears on “The Illusion Of Solidity”.
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Cluster
1971-1981

Something of a motherload has landed for fans of classic komische music: Cluster 1971-1981 provides the whole of Cluster’s output during that period, which adds up to 9 albums. Included are the 2 LPs they made with Brian Eno, as well as some never-previously-released live recordings! 9CD or 9LP box-sets available, each with a comprehensive booklet. Lord. On Bureau B.

Visible Cloaks
Lex

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 audio oddities grounded in the hyperreal digital now.

Goner
Yogascum

Goner’s new album Yogascum brings new collaborators and new textures into the sound of his music. UnterLala’s noise cello and Coil associate Mark Godwin are very welcome additions, weaving harsher elements in with the electronica. Yogascum was first issued earlier this year as a cassette on Hospital Productions: now it appears on vinyl from Hallow Ground.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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.

Loscil
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. Some of these pieces were composed with spare studio time, while many of them began life as live works. 'Sea Island' proves Morgan to be a master of synthesising electronic drones with an acoustic discipline -- Kranky, innit?

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 they have gained from those experiences has been poured into this LP.

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-reaching, thickly-textured drone. 500 vinyl copies only!

Brainwaltzera
Poly-ana

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 beats into shifting ambient synths is almost seamless for Brainwaltzera and makes for an album that is different with every listen. Double vinyl LP or CD on FILM.
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Eleh / Christina Kubisch
Split

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 infrastructure. By situating her beautiful, compelling composition as representative of the anxiety of constant, interconnected society, she creates thoughtful, even troubling tensions. Eleh’s side is a gentler affair, with gradual modular filters and even piano. Patch jam bores take note: this is how you actually do modular synth.

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 Warp.
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Neversleep
BBOY EDITS 01

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 202 era. 12” released on C.E.E.
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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 satisfy the most synthetic of souls.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Virginia
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 flairs create a wild texture over the staggeringly prescient and wonderfully menacing club cuts.

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 Entries. Bar the occasional punky blast, it’s mainly made up of sleazy, sinister synth cuts for the night walkers to stomp to.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Tranceonic
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 via this fantastic compilation, comfortably nestled amongst kindred spirits on Dark Entries.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 Ikuisuus.

Baths
Romaplasm

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 than Will’s sidechain-core, L.A.-beat early material.

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.
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Various
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!, La Düsseldorf, Harmonia, and Agitation Free. However this volume delves even further than before into the outer reaches of Krautrock and Kosmische related activity with tracks from A.r. & Machines, Michael Bundt,  Achim Reichel, Pyrolator and many more. Triple LP or double CD. Klasse!

ADULT.
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, Michael Gira and a Nitzer Ebb member among those involved. Now even more names get added to the project on this remix EP, where the likes of Liars and Silent Servant have created fresh remixes of the material. On Mute.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 appears on Watermelon Sun, to channel those sweet sounds to the present day. Limber and funky and experimental goodness. On Brownswood Recordings.

Clark
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 back to the most muscular of his Turning Dragon period. Aggressively playful techno-IDM.

Quaeschning & Schnauss
Synthwaves

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, masterfully imbued with emotion. Floaty LP -- or CD -- on Azure Vista.

VONO
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 rather provocative too. One for your 'Best Reissues of 2017 Part 2' list!

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, accompanied by an exclusive Orb track. Nice little 12” on Shitkatapult.
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Various
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 throughout the label’s history. Lots of goodies in this tracklisting. CD with one of four different artworks randomly assigned.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Workdub
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 cuts taken from from the group’s various albums. Dubbed-out spaced electronics that share the best characteristics of their era while not succumbing to cliche. On Left Ear Records.
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Mark Van Hoen
Nightvision

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 recent releases on Editions Mego and The Tapeworm. This is a set of semi-ambient, synth-driven exploratory pieces, released in a limited edition on the Saint Marie label.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM
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  • Mum

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 subtle modulations as they flourish. On Bureau B.
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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 will haunt and invigorate. He even designed and built the modular synths he plays on it. Polyphony abounds! LP / CD on Ribbon music. 

Bicep
Bicep

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.  

Zombie Zombie
Livity

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 this track, some krautrock synth-pulse on that. Livity is released by Versatile.

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 tracks from Villain’s album Infinite Avenue. 12” from Smalltown Supersound.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 made him one of the most wanted horror soundtrack composers out there.
  • Genre(s):
  • Soundtracks
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Various
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, the track has not only been finished, it has been handed out to stacks of interesting artists (from Howlround and Farmer Glitch to Kemper Norton and Clive Henry) for stylistically varied remixing! Only sixty copies around..
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 array of Moog synthesisers. This 5CD box-set is a hell of a trip through the spaceways, and getting this much material allows a stronger insight into the pair’s creative process. On MIG Music.

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, sensitivity and drama here. And one can only imagine Dixon and Stein had an absolute blast making it. As Dustin might say, you will not resist these pearls! Jewel case CD or lavish double LP in both black and clear/splatter editions.  
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM
  • Soundtracks

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 ‘Evensong’. 12” on Erased Tapes.

Alessandro Cortini & Masami Akita
Untitled

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 exploited, with vivid results that will interest synth fans and noise fans in equal measure. Double LP on Important Records, presented in a metallic shimmer-print sleeve.

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’s Grayson Gilmour. Interesting experimental instrumentals, also featuring a remix by Paul Jebanasam.
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Personable
Oyster

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 Opal.
  • Vinyl LP (BOP007LP)
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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 previous 2013 album. Off-kilter indie-dance.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Various
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 well as from earlier platforms less familiar in the West, like the MSX. Obviously ideal for video game enthusiasts, though anyone even vaguely interested in the history of electronic music will no doubt be enthralled by the diversity of melody and tone forced out of such limited chips. Available on CD and digital for now; make sure to keep an eye out for the vinyl release, scheduled for early 2018.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM
  • Soundtracks

Kaukolampi
I

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. 

bvdub
Heartless

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). Heartless is the twenty-ninth record in this project, if you can believe it, and is purposed to sound a little huger in its layers.

Necro Deathmort
Overland

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, The Haxan Cloak, Atari Teenage Riot and Dalek, they are genre melders, with free reign across heavy synthetic beats, dark noise, crushing doom and drone.

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 wobbles and creases between all the microscopic details.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 The Fuck We Want Records’.

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 and spaced out electronics.

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 guitar drone or a clipped sax ramble.

Bibio
Phantom Brickworks

What has Bibio in store for us this time? Lo-fi pastoral electronics, hi-fi Clarkalike bangers, dollops of disco or some of his peculiar, warm-spirited hybrids of the lot? In fact, Stephen Wilkinson’s new offering unexpectedly consists of semi-improvised, rather long pieces (up to 17 minutes). As the title Phantom Brickworks sort of suggests, these unhurried fellows reflect on the shifting meanings and associations of places as time passes. Another feather for Steve’s bow!
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 public release in mind. Really interesting stuff, released at last by Ozit Dandelion.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 more. And so it continues, in lush Denovali style.

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 things up to a allow a more airy party vibe to push through. Aimed directly at the dance floor. 12" on Gqom Oh! Comes with bonus download code.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Bonebrokk
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 of a Jay Glass Dubs re-versioning of ‘Choose Ur Illusion’. What a treat! Sleek and powerful dancefloor destroyers.

Various
Errata

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 Disasterpeace among others. Limited to 150 tape + zine copies.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Gajek
17

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

The Neon Judgement
Cockerill-Sombre

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 an insert with photos and new liner notes by the band’s own Dirk Da Davo. On Dark Entries.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

The Asphodells
Remixed


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