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John Wizards
John Wizards

I don’t know anything about John Wizards. In fact I don’t think I’d heard his name before today, isn’t that terrible? I’m getting slack in my old age. Anyway, he’s got an album out on Planet Mu so I’d better start figuring out who he is. I just put the CD on and it started...view item »

FaltyDL
You Stand Uncertain

I like this NY champs stuff. Coming from a junglist background hasn't decimated his love for more soulful grooves. His output is pretty consistent, quality-wise and you're always gonna be on safe ground when a record opens with a guest vocal spot from the gorgeous Anneka. Her silky dream-like voice glides along, virtually dripping off the...view item »

Dauwd
Theory of Colours

Renown to create a techno and house meld that's equally as enjoyable in both home and club environments, Dauwd returns with seven-track release: Theory of Colours. As a producer with Iraqi roots and who was born in the US, raised in Wales and based in London, his sprawling influence...view item »

Marconi Union
Ghost Stations Remixes

The guys from Marconi Union have commissioned a range of remixes from people as diverse as (ambient faves) Biosphere's Geir Jenssen, the violins and electronics of Digitonal, tinkling beauty Antonymes and... New Romantic man Steve Jansen from the band Japan...view item »

Caribou
The Milk Of Human Kindness

If that Manitoba feller thinks he can avoid a slagging by changing his name to Caribou (how dare he take the name of one of the best songs Pixies wrote) then he's wrong. Most of you absolutely love this guy with his penchant for overbaked psychedelic organics but he twists my knob off everytime resulting in...view item »

Gonjasufi
Mandela Effect

Mandela Effect is a varied collection of material from the never-straightforward producer / performer Gonjasufi. As well as original material, Mandla Effect contains numerous cover versions and remixes, plus guest appearances from Shabazz Palaces, Moor Mother and Daddy...view item »

Severed Heads
Please Clifford, Don't Live In The Past

Please Clifford, Don’t Live In The Past is a retrospective collection of Severed Heads, a bunch of Australian post-punk, synth-pop, tape-experimental heads whose work is getting some reissue attention from the Dark Entries label. Lots of exciting odds and ends here, with live, demo and unreleased tracks along with...view item »

Andre Stordeur
Analog And Digital Electronic Music #2 1980-2000

Previously unreleased sound-works from Belgian synth composer Andre Stordeur. Arguably Stordeur, who was using exclusively Serge synthesisers for the period covered by this compilation, hasn’t received his fair dues as a sonic innovator, but Analog And Digital Electronic Music #2 1980 - 2000 aims ...view item »

Kyo
I Musik

Kyo is a danish duo made up with Hannes Norrvide (Lust For Youth) and Frederik Valentin. Returning to Posh Isolation with their third full length installment. Modern classical brewed up in a world of electronics the pair create near abstract pieces which blend and blur the lines...view item »

Majeure
Apex

Majeure is the solo project by the drummer from Prog-rock/Electronic duo Zombi, Anthony Paterra. Devolving further into heavy synthesis, arpeggiators and insane drumming. This is definitely what you’re after if you want to scratch John Carpenter, Sea Of Teeth...view item »

Suuns
Hold/Still Remixes

Suuns hand over their Hold / Still album to a brace of producers for this album-length collection of remixes. We’ve got ambient stretches from Beatrice Dillon and Lee Gamble, a psychy version from Dark Sky, a techno explosion from VIRL, and dance ...view item »

Actress
AZD

It’s been three years since Actress released his last full length Ghettoville, and after what seemed to be a farewell press release drawing a line under the Actress project I’m sure we’re not the only ones who will be glad to receive this news. Seemingly playing round the ideas of lang...view item »

Leftfield
Leftism 22

Leftfield’s definitive statement, their debut album Leftism, is now twenty-two years old (sorry to break it to you guys), so a reissue is very much in order. Leftism 22 has been entirely remastered for this release, to make sure that those big beats hit as hard as they possibly can. This reissue ...view item »

UMFANG
Symbolic Use Of Light

A full album of music from UMFANG, the producer behind the Discwoman label and the Technofeminism residency. Symbolic Use Of Light’s nine tracks are sleek, precise, and adventurous, mapping out a form of techno that is comfortable inverting the usual forms. Symbolic Use Of Light is released on Technicolou...view item »

Deadboy
Earth Body

As a nine-track expedition, Local Action label present Earth Body - a full-length that contributes to the modern evolutions of UK post-dubstep. Deadboy's latest release is influenced by spheres of R&B, house and dance - which fuse exciting new elements to the producer's trademar...view item »

The Chemical Brothers
We Are The Night

The Godfathers of British electronica, The Chemical Brothers, have repackaged their sixth and stonewall classic full-length release - We Are The Night. Boasting its original sleeve artwork, this re-release is a must for any fan of one of the most inspiring, unique and pioneering groups their genre...view item »

Various
Orbital Planes & Passenger Trains Vol. 1

Kindly ambient label Serein assembles their various drone grazers, scrapers and sleepers into one fabulous compilation. Not only does 'Orbital Planes & Passenger Planes' have a rhyming title, it serves as a meditative travel piece, music for active out-of-window observations and pillow-leaning existentialism. Includes cuts from drone songwri...view item »

Delia Gonzalez
Horse Follows Darkness

A follow up to her previous record ‘In Remembrance’, Horse Follows Darkness is the second dark and mind-bending release from Delia Gonzalez. Although this record has a lot to live up to, the use of deep string drones and simple melodies that follow a straightforward narrative allow for Gonzalez to express he...view item »

Doubler
Alter-VU

A four-track release from Doubler on the appropriately-named Confuse House label. Alter VU does have the fundamentals of house music, but the edges are fuzzy and stranger things are going on, so that this can’t necessarily be called dancing music. Tasty qua...view item »

The Bug vs Earth
Concrete Desert

This is a total dream-come-true collaboration for fans of pulverizingly heavy music: Dylan ‘Extra Low Frequency Version’ Carson’s Earth project and Kevin ‘Skeng’ Martin’s The Bug, producing together. After two...view item »

Pretty Sneaky
1

Lively, fine-tweaked club tunage from Pretty Sneaky. 1, utilitarianly titled to reflect the fact that this 12” ushers in a new Pretty Sneaky label, has pads and sound effects ducking and weaving around half-speed bass and double-speed drums. This is sweet and groovy stuff that moves lightly on its...view item »

The Bug
Exit

Dub texture dude Kevin Martin returned this year with 'Angels & Devils', comprised of an all-star cast of musicians who helped shape his vision in weird and wonderful ways -- he's been keeping up with the landscape of music since he left and enlisted artists as diverse as Grouper's Liz Harris and Hype Williams' Inga Copeland. This supplement...view item »

Michael Mayer
DJ-Kicks

Michael Mayer is one of the megaminds behind the crucial Kompakt label, providing gorgeous minimal techno sounds for years now. Now he’s compiled a DJ-Kicks compilation, and it is unsurprisingly supreme. He’s got Throbbing Gristle, Jon Hopkins, Dreems and ma...view item »

Body Boys
H

Sounds recorded sometime in the past of the Body Boys’ recording career. H is the project’s first release on Civilised Life, and comes fully-loaded with five cuts of explorative electronics that toy around with a little bit of ambience (e.g. the title track and ‘Imprint’) as well as jumpy club st...view item »

Thundercat
The Golden Age Of Apocalypse

Bit of excitement surrounding this release as it's been produced by the big man on campus, Flying Lotus. Lotus managed to coerce touring artist/outstanding bass player Stephen Bruner to release some of his own solo material and has done a sweet job on the production too. Bruner seems ...view item »

The Durian Brothers / Ensemble Skalectrik
Split Series #22

For the 22nd instalment of its now-legendary ongoing split series with their distinctive drilled sleeves, FatCat have enlisted the services of turntable abusers The Durian Brothers and Ensemble Skalectrik (aka ...view item »

Ibibio Sound Machine / Machinedrum / Throwing Shade
Amai Ndiwulule / Lewasi / Dream Scene

The bulging archives of the International Library of African Music have recently been opened to a number of contemporary producers. On this 12”, Machinedrum, Throwing Shade and Ibibio Sound Machine all make a track using Hugh Tracy’s recordings (made over a 50 year p...view item »

Nils Frahm & Anne Muller
7fingers

Hoorah  - its a sunny day and instead of working my fingers to the bone packing your delicious records I've been allowed to do the reviews. Treats are in store too for you if you purchase this new Nils Frahm and Anne Muller CD. Muller produces beautiful music using cello and other stringed instruments whilst Frahm chips in with delightful c...view item »

Beranek
Sound Of Danger

Dark Entries uncover another cold synth gem. Remastered from the 1981 recordings, Beranek, having received a great amount of exposure due to being banned in on Norwegian radio, recorded this album which wasn’t well received but is a cold(wave) masterpiece, with iced metal synths and a glam David Bowie-esqu...view item »

Vanishing
Vanishing

One for those of you who feel hate in dark ambient and everything that goes with it and maybe everything in the world: this record is made terrifying by Gareth Smith, known in his musical ghost form as Vanishing, plus a roster of guests of vampiric psychedelia from Paddy Shine (your boy of Gnod) and the excellent...view item »

Ludowic
Elka Village

The Dutch producer Ludowic’s analogue electronics collection has produced this set of dark and epic electro jams for the world to feast on. Elka Village also features Kevin Stunnenberg, Tom Broshuis and Wende on one track each, but mostly it’s the synths and...view item »

Cotton Wolf
Life In Analogue

Cotton Wolf have seen a deluge of critical acclaim come their way following the release of previous EPs - Moxa, Cloud City and Catapelt. In a bid to consolidate such burgeoning potential, Life In Analogue has all the hallmarks of a terrific debut full length - exhi...view item »

El Niño & The Southern Oscillations
El Niño & The Southern Oscillations EP

El Niño & The Southern Oscillations, which sounds like a band but is actually Sam Posner, recorded this ‘meditation on the ocean’ next to the actual ocean, in a coastal cabin in Maine. Beautiful electronica is the name of the game. This eponymous 10” EP is released in a limited editi...view item »

R/S (Rehberg / Schmickler)
USA

This record has totally amazing artwork. I actually picked it out of the box on the strength of its cover, with no idea what to expect from the music contained on it. Very much a thing of beauty. As for the music, R/S is a collaboration between Editions Mego founder Peter Rehberg and Marcus Schmickler, playing improvised power electronics pi...view item »

Ensemble Economique
In Silhouette

Ensemble Economique, the work of Brian Pyle (formerly of Starving Weirdos), have a new album, the twelfth in the Economique canon. In Silhouette is a shadowy set of grayscale electronics driven by pulse-rhythms, everything coming together to mark out the territory of so...view item »

Paco Sala
The Silent Season

Full-length album number five from Paco Sala. The Silent Season was born out of improvised sessions with synthesisers, vocals, samples etc. Hazy pop is still the name of the game, but Paco Sala have deliberately allowed whatever ‘errors’ came through in their playing and production to stand,...view item »

Daniel Brandt
Eternal Something

As co-founder to Germany's electroacoustic ensemble Brandt Brauer Frick, it wouldn't be surprising that pioneering whizz Daniel Brant's latest offering is highly intricate. His jittering debut solo release, Eternal Something, is both the antithesis to and introverted take on clubland dance mu...view item »

Geotic
Abysma

Many of Geotic’s past releases have tended towards tender ambient drone, but Abysma is a dance music record. That said, Geotic (aka Will Wiesenfeld of Baths) makes clear that this is dance music as intimate, at-home experience with a gentle lift to it. With ...view item »

Croatian Amor
The World

The 2013 debut album of Croatian Amor, one of the main musical projects of Posh Isolation main-man Loke Rahbek. The World finds Loke playing around with moody drama, using synths, unidentified noises (vocals?) and, perhaps more surprisingly, melodic guitars to carry the listener through...view item »

JUPITER-C
001

Debut full length, as well as their first release on Invada records. And this ain’t a bad start for the London duo, featuring remixes from Clint Mansell and East India Youth (This track will be his last under the moniker). The pair create glorious, near-dystopian soundtrack pieces. Layers of synths, ghostl...view item »

RBCHMBRS
Estrella EP

Estrella is the debut EP from RBCHMBRS, whose music is thankfully catchier than their chosen artist name. Drum & Bass gets recalibrated and chopped up into refreshing new forms, proving that there’s joyous life in the old breaks yet! You are advised to listen to these three tracks at any turntable speed you da...view item »

YPY
2020

YPY is the production project of Osaka artist Koshiro Hino, working with what I’m going to call electronic music, although that term doesn’t explain much of what is going on here. 2020 is full of drum machine rhythms and synth fragments, but the rhythms don’t necessarily move like you&...view item »

Go Dam
Alternate Dimensions EP

Seoul producer Go Dam has three new tracks to share with you on this EP release on Braindance Records. Alternate Dimensions is dominated by the kind of vivid electro and hard-pushing Detroitisms that’ll really get people moving and grinning. This 12” EP is released by Braindance Records....view item »

Gondwana
Miccaotli

‘Miccaotli’ is the second release from Andrea Taeggi under his Gondwana alias. The first of which ‘Aum’ appeared on Opal Tapes in 2015. You may recall his recent album for Type, or be familiar wi...view item »

Conrad Schnitzler / Pole
Con-Struct

German electronic legend (and member of both Tangerine Dream and Kluster) Conrad Schnitzler died a few years ago, but his voluminous synth archives are still being mined by a series of invited artists. On this Con-struct release, club music engineer Pole duets with ...view item »

Katharina Grosse & Stefan Schneider
Tiergarten

Tiergarten is an album made by artist Katharina Grosse and To Rococo Rot member Stefan Schneider about the large forested park in the centre of Berlin. Both musicians use analogue synthesisers, weaving around one another to create soundscapes you feel you could almost walk around in. ...view item »

Teengirl Fantasy
8AM

Teengirl Fantasy’s new album is titled 8AM, and you’d better believe it isn’t about the kind of 8AMs where you’ve got up bright and early in order to get to work on time. No, this is post-rave all-nighter 8AM music, playing with the spaced bliss of that mode with chilled out grooves and bright me...view item »

Mined
Love's Lows

London based producer Kofi Holmes Attivor’s Mined project is stripping R’n’B down to it’s bare soul, groove and raw emotional centre, take early How To Dress Well and Dean Blunt’s hazy and distorted pastiche approach and mix it with a little ...view item »

MMOTHS
Deu

Irish producer MMOTHS is in no hurry with his tracks: the title track on Deu takes its sweet time emerging from ambient haze into a lazy shuffle, backed with vocals so distant and whispy that this could almost be shoegaze. All of this is definitely a good thing of course: we like a producer whose big on atmosphere. 10&r...view item »

Special Request
FABRICLIVE 91: Special Request

With that recent snafu over their potential permanent closure apparently resolved, Fabric can get back to promoting and releasing quality music, such as this new mix CD from Special Request, a veteran of the club’s line-ups. FABRICLIVE 91 features thirty tightly-mixed tracks, including several brand new Sp...view item »

Marc Hurtado & Alan Vega
Sniper

Sniper is a 2010 collaboration between Etant Donnes man Marc Hurtado and the legendary Alan Vega, crooner-in-chief of Suicide. And Lydia Lunch even adds vocals on one of the track. The results are not far off an updated Suicide, with ...view item »

Simo Cell / Don't DJ / K-LONE
On Line (Volume 1)

On Line (Volume One) is the first in a series of collaborative albums in which notable producers create new work with the others in mind. These are not pair-ups (these are three solo tracks), but the tracks were devised in tandem, ensuring complementary sounds. With Simo Cell, K-LONE...view item »

High Boys
World Numbination EP

You might know Joachim Nordwall and Jean-Louis Huhta from their work in the intense experimental group Skull Defekts, but their first project as a duo, High Boys, moves in very different territory. World Numbination is a four track power-pack of acidic electro-acoustic ...view item »

Spatial
A Music of Sound Systems

Debut full-length from Spatial. A Music of Sound Systems is a blur of dub and techno and club music, all abstracted via approaches derived from the Russian suprematism art movement and musique concréte to create a suite of ambient / industrial deconstructed electronics. Double LP on the Infrasonics label....view item »

Mr. Mitch
Devout

Mr. Mitch’s new album is a careful and conscious exploration of fatherhood and relationships; so much so that his son Milo features at one point. Devout also features guest spots from Duval Timothy, Palmistry, P Money and more, all contributing to...view item »

John Matthias & Jay Auborn
Race To Zero

John Matthias and Jay Auborn have paired up to create an album that explores where we’re at in terms of space, sound, technology and place. The creative process included improvisations on acoustic instruments in character-rich locations, which were then transformed through intensive digital processing into...view item »

Martin Rev
Demolition 9

Ninth solo album from the Suicide legend that is Martin Rev! Demolition 9 is a very varied suite made up of thirty-four short tracks, an approach that allows Rev to explore stacks of different sounds and moods. It's like a shattered tour through the wild mind of Rev, ve...view item »

Slugabed
Inherit The Earth

After taking a break from production to concentrate on his label Activia Benz Slugabed is back with a full length on Anticon. Ever inhabiting the fringes of future pop and R’n’B with a heavy bass twist, Inherit The Earth dips into minimalist arrangements as well as maximal funk. Featuring collaborative track...view item »

Dark Sky
Othona

London duo Dark Sky return to Modeselektor’s Monkeytown imprint for their second full length album Othona. After releases on 50Weapons, Tectonic and Black Acre these two share similar traits to their label boss, incorporating as many aspects of electronica as possible, dropping dancefloor heavywei...view item »

De-Bons-en-Pierre
Crepes EP

Dark Entries takes a break from its regular program of eighties coldwave / EBM reissues to release some brand new music from De-Bons-en-Pierre, aka Beau Wanzer and Maoupa Mazzocchetti. The Crepes EP was recorded in a single day in Brussels: six electro-industrial jams, all single takes....view item »

Bogus Order
Zen Brakes Vol. 2

If there’s a time to say “an eagerly anticipated follow up” this might be that time. 27 years after the first release on Ninja Tunes the second Zen Brakes by Bogus Order (Jonathan More and Matt Black, also known as Coldcut) is here through Ahead Of Our...view item »

Christophe Charles + Kozo Inada
i[]

Christophe Charles, a French sound artist with installations and releases across a number of notable institutions (e.g. Mille Plateaux) joins forces with Kozo Inada, a Japanese sound artist who has collaborated with Merzbow. Collaborative album i[] is a set of four tightly minimal piece...view item »

Tomutonttu
Kevätjuhla

Tomutonttu (aka Finnish artist Jan Anderzén) presents a vinyl distillation of the sound aspect of his Kevätjuhla installation work. The tone is garishly colourful and bizarrely fragmented all at the same time, with poppy fragments swimming around in a sea of bright electronics, all directed ...view item »

ADULT.
Detroit House Guests

ADULT. (they always spell it like that) are a husband and wife neo-comedy duo from Detroit who make kind of a lets say unconventional take on dance music with each calling out over some cheesy keys. This, their first for Mute is a collaborative effort with guests including Michael Gira (Swans), Robert Aiki ...view item »

Mass Prod
Earquake

Italo-American producer Mass Prod has been cutting his teeth for a while across numerous labels, including ReSolute, Kontra-Musik, Cuttin’ Headz and Objazz. After releasing a mini album on cassette in 2013 he’s now back for a follow up full length. As experimental as it is funky he’ll jump from trashy house bea...view item »

Fallbeil
The Healer

Fallbeil are a Hamburg crew who rock a really sharp combination of electro and acid: the squelches are severe and the percussion is fat. The Healer features two new Fallbeil cuts as well as a remix by Innyster that really cranks up the industrial flavours. Hard-hitting 12” on Mann...view item »

James Murray
Killing Ghosts

James Murray makes music that sometimes sounds like the ghosts of techno: tracks that might once have moved bodies on a dancefloor have been diffused and reduced so thoroughly that they now inhabit a wholly different space. Killing Ghosts is a suite of those ambient remnants....view item »

High Plains
Cinderland

Collaborative project between classically trained cellist Mark Bridges and Scott Morgan (probably better known as his solo moniker Loscil or as the drummer and saxophonist for Destroyer). Since working together on an endless generative music app in 2015 a future project was loom...view item »

Death Qualia
Intention Versus

Death Qualia is Jonathan Baruc’s twisted-up rave project, in which he delves into themes of dark madness and inner lives. Intention Versus is an intense listen and no mistake, so make sure you don’t take it lightly. Intention Versus is a 12” EP released on the Portals Editions...view item »

Various
Sammlung: Elektronische Kassettenmusik, Dusseldorf 1982-1989

Sammlung: Elektronische Kassettenmusik, Dusseldorf 1982-1989 is an astonishing compilation of ultra-rare early electronic experiments, industrial clangers and heavy drone created in Cold War Dusseldorf. Cheap synthesizers, disaffected young people and crushing modernist architecture helped create an incredible range of powerful and abra...view item »

IVVVO
Light Moving

A muddy, expansive chunk of dancefloor techno from Portuguese IVVVO. Following a slew of releases on Opal Tapes he brings Light Moving to Fourth Wave, tying a rich palette of crackly sounds and dark ambient washes to a propulsive beat for a rushing club-facing sound. Out on vinyl LP from Fourth Wave....view item »

Thundercat
Drunk

If you move in certain areas of music (the LA Brainfeeder / cosmic jazz axis and surrounds), you will appreciate Thundercat as a god-like figure. The man plays electric bass like nobody’s business, but he is also a mighty songwriter, and Drunk is his own record. It features an amazing cast of collaborators (...view item »

Shobaleader One
Elektrac

Virtuoso Tom Jenkinson heads up his Shobaleader One full band project, which includes players Strobe Nazard, Arg Nution and Company Laser. For their second full length Elektrac they have taken on a load of Squarepusher’s tracks an...view item »

Monolog & Subheim
Conviction

Subheim and Monolog get involved with each other for this collaboration on Denovali. Conviction blends together sweet electronic ambiences and firm drum machines, creating an interesting hybrid that is at times intentionally wrong-footing. It’s both soft and hard, tender and fierce: a genuine coll...view item »

Dag Rosenqvist & Matthew Collings
Hello Darkness

The occasionally-recurring team-up of Matthew Collings and Dag Rosenqvist present the results of five years of work, chopping and processing audio from studio sessions until finally satisfied with the results. Hello Darkness is deep and dark and heavy, but also not lacking in a sense of humour: just loo...view item »

Public Memory
Veil Of Counsel

Public Memory make a shuffling kind of music out of slithering bass tones, slow-swaggering drum machines and Thom Yorkie vocals, all put through a dubbed-up and tripped-out production style. Veil Of Memory is a three track EP that sonically stands in between last year’s debut album and their forth...view item »

Nick Sutton
Angels Dreams Inches

Three excerpts from Nick Sutton’s various film soundtracks, produced in partnership with filmmaker Ian Pons Jewell. The films are called ‘Angels’, ‘¼”’ and ‘Dreamt In Flesh’, hence the tile Angels Dream Inches. And what’s more, two bold remixe...view item »

Kreidler
European Song

We might see a lot of this in the coming year: albums riven with shock and rage at the election of Donald Trump. Kreidler apparently had a rather playful record all recorded and ready to go, but the darkness of European Song quickly took over after the election. ...view item »

Botany
Dimming Awe, The Light is Raw

A new album of rich sampledelica from Botany, spinning all manner of musical and non-musical sources into a thick jazzy collage. Guests on Dimming Awe, The Light Is Raw include Milo and Matthewdavid...view item »

Todd Terje
Jungelknugen (Four Tet / Prins Thomas Remixes)

It's remix time for heavily bearded twiddly dance floor practitioner Todd Terje and he's got a couple of heavyweights on board to try to make sense of his fun time bleepery and bloopery. Most notably Four Tet is here presumably to do his usual customary good work and also let's say hello to Prins Thomas the curl...view item »

The Golden Filter
STILL // ALONE

Isolated synth-pop with lashings of coldwave and goth-pop. STILL // ALONE is rigidly divided into two halves over two vinyl LPs, separating the more club-orientated output from the home-listening stuff. The Golden Filter (a tight-knit duo) are proud to use predominantly vintage analogue equipment in their music making, ...view item »

Daniel Bennett
Roil

Roil is the latest four-piece release from Daniel Bennett. Described as ‘four pieces of brutally-minded electronic synthesis’ that give way to a blurred new path between materiality and abstraction. A mix of feedback noise created by using analogue equipment and experimental field-art...view item »

John Foxx
The Virgin Years (1980 - 1985)

This 5CD box set covers the 4 albums John Foxx released between 1980 - 1985 - Metamatic, The Garden, The Golden Section & In Mysterious Ways - plus B-sides and out-takes from the sessions which have been added as bonus tracks after each original album, and on a fifth CD, Fusion/Fission. The Virgin Years includes a new analogue master...view item »

Various
Covert II

Covert II is an unusual compilation in that you don’t get to know which artists are appearing on it. That’s right, the five producers behind these acidic electro jams remain anonymous, meaning that you’ll just have to judge each track on its own merits, won’t you? 12” EP, released as a benefit for Macmillan...view item »

Shed
The Final Experiment

Shed has been producing stern but smart techno music for many years, though it’s been half a decade since his previous full-length.The Final Experiment masterfully toes the line between four-to-the-floor club workout music and spacier atmospheres. CD and double LP release on Modeselektor’s M...view item »

Cologne Tape
Welt

Cologne Tape is a collective centred around the awesome rhythm-talents of John Stanier (Battles), Alex Willner (The Field), Mario Katz and numerous others. Welt was recorded, naturally enough, in Cologne, with synths and drums and piano...view item »

Eaves
Verloren

Eaves proudly bears his personal history as an architecture academic and internet theorist on these productions, making his debut album Verloren an intriguing listen. Electronics, strings, beats and bits of digital scree all add up to a thick fug of future-sound. Vinyl release on the PTP label (formerly Purple Tape Pedi...view item »

Byul.org
Selected Tracks For Nacht Damonen

This compilations acts as a sort of peak under the sheets of the underground Korean music scene. A collection of works from a collective from Seoul called Byul.org. Compiled by the collective’s director TaeSang Cho and Markus Acher of The Notwist the music itself ranges fr...view item »

Deathprod
Treetop Drive

The early works of Norwegian experimentalist Deathprod (aka Supersilent member Helge Sten) here receive some attention from Smalltown Supersound’s reissues division. Treetop Drive is an early 90’s work composed using Sten’s ‘Audio Virus’ ar...view item »

FAY
Deal

FAY combines a Holly Herndonesque approach to chopping and screwing her own voice with a drone-dub aesthetic and an avant approach to electronic music. She makes haunted mini-choirs out of her voice, re-sampled and pitch-shifted, and implants these into tracks of brok...view item »

Steve Hauschildt
Sequitur

This is the second solo album for Kranky from Emeralds' Steve Hauschildt following on from the excellent 'Tragedy & Geometry'. From opener 'Interconnected' it's clear we're in for another bliss out into the sublime with lush, warm and highl...view item »

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