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The Blue Room Sessions

Coupler, otherwise known as Ryan Norris (Lambchop / Hands off Cuba) releases this live ambient double-sider. The A-side is crumbling sometimes aggressive techno, whilst the B-side features an orchestra of nine musicians, mixing the modern electronic sound with a more organic feel. Vinyl LP released on Blue Room Records. ...view item »

dj. flugvel og geimskip
Nott a hafsbotni

dj. flugvél og geimskip translates to Airplane and Spaceship, and is an intense solo project that takes in broad swirls of sound. Proper, danceable songs are made up of shimmering electronics, clattering drum machines and high-pitched vocals, with lots of audio detritus swimming pleasingly around the sound-field. Nott...view item »

Rolf Trostel
Der Prophet

On his third album now, the Berlin School's Rolf Trostel branched out into electronic pop territory, linking trademark wavetabling with minimoog, analogue strings and slinky rhythms. Roland bass synth and 808 drums drive these more polished productions with spatially layered, airy sounds. Incidentally, it was about this tim...view item »

Rolf Trostel

Rolf Trostel keenly followed late '70s Tangerine Dream and released his first album Inselmusik way back in 1981... 35 years ago. Blimey. Naturally, he liked tinkering with synths and here he tested his new toy, the PPG Wave Computer 360. Expansive with feel-good harmonies and flutter...view item »

The Word As Power

Not, you may suspect, the kind of music one wants to hear on a hot summers day like this. Unless your reaction to the sun is to wrap a towel around your head and lie in a darkened room until it all goes away. Despite having released records since 1990 and collaborated with the likes of Clock DVA, Chris &...view item »

Basic House

I’ve been meaning to check out Basic House anyway because he’s playing round these parts in a couple of weeks with Gnod and Bass Clef, so it’s just as well I’ve wound up with it on my review stack this week. Turns out he’s actually the alter-ego of ...view item »

Mil Pluton

My word what is this? My ears are being both spoiled and destroyed by this bonkers Elg record which is officially the craziest thing I’ve heard all week! Elg is Laurent Gerard and he’s also in the trio ...view item »

Oneohtrix Point Never/ Tomutonttu
Likaiset Pilvet / Wayland Lincoln Border

Tour 7" time! For the tour which most of us will be sampling down the road this Friday eve! Exciting times for which this 7" serves as a delightful appetiser. Tomutonttu released a couple of dementedly fantastic CDs on Fonal not long back that got Brian frothing at the pants and 'Likaiset Pilvet' keeps up the quality, mangling electronic sounds ...view item »

Orgasmo Sonore
Themes International

Orgasmo Sonore are trying to sneak this one in under the radar, impersonating an obscure reissue from the 70’s. But in fact, Themes International is all brand new material, performed in the style of old library music and giallo soundtracks. Orgasmo really know how to wear these styles! Packed in a...view item »

(SEASON_0) Hazard Garden

The sounds of LILLITH双生 are about as digitally-corrupted as the artist and album name appears to be. (SEASON_0) Hazard Garden is a neon-coloured splash of stuttering samples and glitches over a muted silvery synth-drone landscape. Sounds for anxious computers. Released by Dream Catalogue in an edition of 200 cassett...view item »

Pete Shelley
Cinema Music & Wallpaper Sounds

Buzzcocks frontman Pete Shelley's electronic dabblings, as unearthed by Jon Savage. Dating back to 1976, which is basically before electronic / synthesiser music even really existed, these recordings are pretty fascinating. Experimental pre-punk from before Shelley's punk pop years. Get it on vinyl. ...view item »

Ruf Dug
Treatment 32

Dream Catalogue have teamed up with VIRTUALIFE to bring you -- FINALLY! -- Ruf Dug’s first full album for the imprint, and their latest spa treatment in cassette tape form, ‘Treatment 32’. Rejoice, and soak up the audio bubbles. It’s an experience that promises ‘Full psychic rejuvenation’. Hmm, I predict a pro...view item »


Beat-driven and noisy from the outset, Alina’s music -- which describes itself as both ‘dreampunk’ and ‘Ukraine Vapour’ -- is undeniably exciting. It is also the soundtrack to mass murders, apparently; although the killing is not always random. Opening track ‘Contract Killing’ has all the atmosphere of a...view item »

Macula Dog
Why Do You Look Like Your Dog?

Premium weirdo sonics from New York’s Macula Dog. Every inch of their songs seems to contain some unexpected digital curio, and, when taken as a whole, Why Do You Look Like Your Dog? comes across like a demented synth-pop band playing in a busy amusement arcade, with crazy-mirror filters occasionally distorting th...view item »

Shackleton with Ernesto Tomasini
Devotional Songs

Shackleton has never really put a foot wrong during his production career, but these collaborations with vocalist Ernesto Tomasini are especially impressive. Devotional Songs wanders through some very strange territories, with gamelan, organ, bells and shuddering bass all used alongside Tomasini...view item »

We're Worried About You

COCAINEJESUS sounds like a thrashy punk project, but is in fact a young electronic producer. Although maybe there is some punk in the way he energetically throws together big shining blocks of squarewave synth and cloud rap rhythms: We’re Worried About You is so bold an...view item »

Peder Mannerfelt
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 extracts from the set of analogue-synth explorer Peder Mannerfelt, issuing a discourse o...view item »

Best Available Technology
Twisted Ladder

Any day of the week give me some melancholic repeato techno and I'll be happy for awhile. The lead track here is a delicious slab of just that that has gorgeous melancholy synth and two step beats cut into an awkward repeating sample. marvellous. This has in fact four tracks and is a hand stamped edition of 200 so be quick if you want one. ...view item »

EPs 1991 - 2002

I forget these Mancunian rhythm benders started off with a thumping hardcore tune under their belt - 'Cavity Job', here presented in digital for the first time! - In much the way some of Aphex's early career was built on shredding people's synapses with bursts of industrial strength techno, this is a sweaty banger but more inclined toward a pre-...view item »

Solar Bears
Separate From The Arc - The Andrew Weatherall Remixes

Material from Solar Bears recent album Advancement gets a good going-over from Andrew Weatherall, the hardy perennial producer for spacey-electronica in the indie world. Of course, Solar Bears were electronic to begin with, so Weatherall adds percussion and dark texture...view item »


Dark, brooding atmospheres reminiscent of your time as a night-shift factory worker, always throbbing onward: expect those sounds from Lakker’s debut full length. Tundra will give you the chills with its threatening basses and obtuse beats that’ll fill your room, ears and head as soon as the needle touches t...view item »


He's most definitely got a bit of a magic touch about him this feller. From the finger clicks, gunshot explosions and haunting synths of the opener 'Witch Hunt', you know you're in unique territory. The delectable 'Natalia's Song' is a post-Burial slice of chimerical wonder that sets the stall so high that much of...view item »

Rapa Nui Clan

Kaumwald are too rhythmic to be a full-on electroacoustic / noise group, but too gorgeously messy to be straight techno producers. This isn’t some cheap ‘noise techno’ either, but a thick morass of textures: harsh bass blasts, fiddly clicks, heavily-processed vocals and plenty else besides. Something you can re...view item »

Flesh EP

Endgame has fingers in a number of London underground club culture pies, so he’s perfectly placed to drop unusual killer tracks like these. The Flesh EP mixes grime and drill styles with a bit of South American influence, resulting in heavyweight rollers with a wonderfu...view item »

Building Instrument
Kem Som Kan A Leve

Building Instrument are a group that are satisfyingly hard to pin down: they throw together combinations of (say) zither, kazoo, percussion and electronics, and it’ll coalesce into some mystical song-atmosphere. Nicely done. Some of material on second album Kem Som Kan A Leve was written with Kurt Schwitte...view item »

Sad City
Shapes In Formation

Debut LP from Sad City, a semi-ambient project that mixes field recordings with wavering synth lines with stumbling rhythms. Shapes In Formation has the feel a sort of underwater film noir vibe, except in technicolour: believe it or not, that description makes sense when you listen. Vinyl release, packed with a download...view item »

Marihiko Hara & Polar M

Ever wonder what a collaboration between Harold Budd and Mark Knopfler would sound like? Just listen to the opening track of this magical new album by Marihiko Hara & Polar M and hear a pretty good approximation, smooth gliding guitar ar...view item »


Kl(aüs) are an Australian band (2 guys, friends since school) deeply in love with the style of synth-prog music that started spiraling out of Germany in the 1970’s: Tangerine Dream are a very important influence. Using laptops as well as psychical gear, the...view item »

Space Dimension Controller
Orange Melamine

This is the 2008 debut album of Space Dimension Controller, put together when the Belfast producer was only 18! Many of the sounds on Orange Melamine sound older than that, by virtue of a curtain of tape hiss draped over many of the vintage synth sound-sources. Reissued on 1 CD or 2 LPs by Ninja Tune....view item »

Dosh & Ghostband
Def Kith II: The Price Is Ill

Dosh & Ghostband (look at the pair of them there on the cover) reportedly put together the 4 tracks on Def Kith II: The Price Is Ill in a trifling 4 days: listen carefully and you’ll here the heat of spontaneous creation. It feels like various elements are being car...view item »


Straight out of Holland comes Jameszoo, an eclectic DJ and producer who has turned to incorporating live instrumentation into his work on new album Fool. In doing so he contributes to the post-Kamasi Brainfeeder mission of re-engineering funk jazz music, working with veterans like Steve Kuhn...view item »

Philippe Chany
Rive Gauche

Philippe Chany was one of the hitmakers behind Love International, but later ran off for a solo project. Rive Gauche was apparently informed by experimental film soundtracks, and Chany is pr...view item »

Evolution ⁵ Technology

These rad electro jams from 1987 only ever made it to the promotional stage before their original label went defunct, leaving only 50 copies out in the wild. That’s a shame, as Series-A did great work with Evolution⁵ Technology, a forward-looking ...view item »

Space Art
Nous Savons Tout

1977 was pretty early to be making synth-pop, but that’s when French duo Space Art got going. This reissue is of their third single, first released in 1978. Nous Savons Tout feels like it looks to the future, with epic synth-work that recalls French electro...view item »

Cute Heels
Third Skin EP

Barcelona’s Cute Heels offers up a synthesis of classic dance genres, with aspects of EBM, Detroit techno and Chicago house all present on the Third Skin EP. Old-school floor-filling stuff. On top of the original cuts, we also get a pair of remixes: one from The Hacker and one from Steffi...view item »

Electri_city 2

If you ever feel you’ve had enough of your Kraftwerk albums (as if..), for the the time being anyway, Gronland have put together this excellent compilation showcasing the Dusseldorf electronic scene from the 70s and 80s. Featuring tracks from neu!, wolfgang flür, daf,...view item »

Mark Pritchard
Under The Sun

Under the Sun is the hugely anticipated solo album from Mark Pritchard, his first in 5 years. Features guest performers Beans from Anti-Pop Consortium, Thom Yorke, Linda Perhacs, and Bibio. Opening with ‘?’ which wa...view item »

Kornél Kovács
The Bells

After plenty of DJ and 12” action both alone and as a key component of the Studio Barnhus trio, Kornél Kovács finally blesses the world with a debut full-length in the form of Bells. That’s an extra large portion of bouncy and delicious house, with a fresh spin to some of the p...view item »

Bay Area Retrograde (BART) Vol. 2

The BART is the rail transport system which connects San Francisco's Bay Area, and so it should come as no surprise that this is a compilation of music from that area around the late '70s and early '80s. With contributions from the likes of Factrix, Chrome and Tuxedomoon as well as lesser known artists from the scene, this compilation records th...view item »

Ψ (Psi)

That little fork sign is a Greek numeral that means 'Psi', a perfect representation of the deconstructed club music that is presented on this the duo's second LP for warp. Throughout they use influences from industrial music, UK dance, footwork and techno to present a multi-layered psychedelic form of dance music. Artwork is by 555-5555 ... sure...view item »

Waiting Alpine

Senking is based in Cologne and has released on Raster-Noton, so cool, clipped digital productions come naturally to him. The 2 new tracks presented on Waiting Alpine have a big underwater vibe: each element has a deep reverberation, as if echoing around the ocean floor. 7” on -OUS in a striking holographic sleeve...view item »

Secret Palace

Inkke has been bubbling up through the fertile Glaswegian club scene fostered by institutions like Numbers and LuckyMe for a few years now: this EP release puts his sound within the reach of non-Scots. Secret Palace is a shiny, dramatic set of productions, set to knock new vi...view item »

Eric Copeland
Black Bubblegum

Black Dice dude Eric Copeland continues to create music that somehow sounds completely messed-up and rather poppy: Black Bubblegum indeed. This new album is particularly dub-focused, skanking up and down and round and round, festooned with all sorts of weird slices of sound. CD or pink-coloured vinyl on...view item »

Oddments Of The Gamble

It’s impossible to get Nils Frahm to sit still. If he’s not recording a solo album on the world’s biggest piano, he’s together with childhood friends Frederic Gmeiner and Sepp Singwald making lush and spacious ambient rock as nonkeen. Having recorded so many good songs they couldn’t...view item »

Aphex Twin

The king of the bleeps descends from his Scottish castle to sell us a new piece of plastic music made by old synths, haggard robots, and your ringtone. Judging by the ludicrous, 50s-product-ad press release supplied by the good folks at Warp, you will be buying an actual synthesiser, but instead he'll probably encode the circuit diagrams into th...view item »

The Avalanches

Not many bands allow sixteen years to pass between their debut album and the follow-up, but Aussie electro-trip hop outfit The Avalanches aren't like many bands. Highly acclaimed first LP 'Since I Left You' attracted a lot of attention, and fans of the band (now sixteen whole years older) will no doubt be frothing at the mouth at the prospect of...view item »


This ‘errorprone’ limited edition cassette self released by the artist is the debut album from Manchester's Sanjuro77 -- but this guy is no newcomer to experimental electronic music. He’s been at it for 25 years and this album really shows he’s certainly no n...view item »

Thom Sonny Green
High Anxiety

Thom Sonny Green pays the bills by being the drummer in alt-J, but he also has a solo sideline in instrumental electronica. Solo debut High Anxiety is a generously-proportioned set of 21 tracks: some coalesce into hazy beat tracks, others space out into ambience. The man has multiple talents. CD / doubl...view item »

Kern Vol.3 mixed by Objekt

Kern is the in-house mix series of Tresor, the famed Berlin techno haven. Objekt provides Volume 3, a slick-mixed collection of his favourite DJ tools: think Shanti Celeste, Mon...view item »

Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra
Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra

Kate Simko has produced strong work in both the electronic and the composed-classical worlds: this full-length collaboration with the London Electronic Orchestra combines both. The risk with this kind of thing is that one element can feel tacked on to the other, but n...view item »

Sparked: Modular Remix Project

Wrangler’s 2014 album LA Spark was generously handed around to a potent list of electronic producers, with the request that make something new, using “just one analog modular system of your choice”. Those who answered the call include Ch...view item »

DJ Katapila
Trotro + Bonus Tracks

Awesome Tapes From Africa presents 4 cuts from Ghanaian producer DJ Katapila, who is clearly a force to be reckoned with. These tracks are clean and minimal but also packed with rhythms, leading to frantic dance movements. A well-placed drop of a Katapila tune could really boil things over in the club. 2 of the ...view item »

I Am The Cosmos
Letting It Go

Groove-stepping electronics from the fair city of Dublin. I Am The Cosmos are an electro-pop duo for whom every track feels like its own 12” remix: they are proper songs, with vocals and everything, but they expand into space in the same way as a premium dancefloor cut. 2 new tracks on Letting It Go, plus a ...view item »

James Ferraro

Former the Skaters chap and actual skater James Ferraro has forged an idiosyncratic path over the last few years producing a dazzling array of musical styles and in fact winning the coveted the Wire Album of the Year in 2011. 'Rerex' is a wildly ambitious three hour extravaganza using cheap casios, loops and found sounds to lull...view item »

Todd Terje & The Olsens
The Big Cover-Up

The Big Cover-Up is a warm-hearted cover selection from Norwegian live disco crew The Olsens, plus producer Todd Terje. Boney M, Vangelis and Martin Denny (via Yellow Magic Orchestra) all show up, and the second slab of vinyl contains r...view item »

I Know No Weekend

Berlin based Yair Elazar Glotman is constantly blurring the lines between sound art and contemporary music. With his KETEV project his create lush, almost glittery spacious sounds with multiple whirring tape loops, with slow percussive pounds that create voids in beautiful tapestries.  A definite must for f...view item »


The second album from Raime lands with a bang: 8 tracks of precision-tooled bass-shudder and industrial wobble. Tooth feels like it has a huge amount of power kept tightly under control, the spindly guitar lines and post-dancehall dynamics acting as a straightjacket, keeping the tension high. A strong return, out on Bla...view item »


ORKA, who feature a former member of Dälek, use a mixture of homemade instruments and synth-electronics to make their sound, sampling and arranging everything to form a curiously organic kind of techno / not-techno. Va∂ is their latest record: they’ve taken a more direct, rough-and-ready...view item »

Matthew Herbert
A Nude (The Perfect Body)

This is a Matthew Herbert album, so naturally all the sounds are taken from one particular source. This week, the source is a naked body! As the track titles indicate, this particular body does all kinds of things over the course of the day / album, including ‘moving’ and ‘shitting’. A Nude (The Perfe...view item »

Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler
Le Revelateur

Harp hero Mary Lattimore and regular collaborator Jeff Zeigler produced this music to accompany a 1968 silent film, Le Révélateur. Zeigler’s guitars and synt...view item »

Kneebody + Daedelus

Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder imprint is constantly upping the ante when it comes to fusing deep electronic production and the freedom of jazz playing. Here Jazz quintet Kneebody pair up with equally face-paced and ever changing producer Daedelus. Aptly titled Kneedleus their two worl...view item »

The New Cycle

The New Cycle is meant to be ‘electronic music without the electronics’: the elements at its foundations are orchestral instruments (from both the Western and the Karelian traditions) and field recordings. The results, clicked into a techno-derived grid, are pretty damn lush and melodic: Suokas has pulled of...view item »

DJ R Tango
Road to Freedom

Road To Freedom is the first time ever that the work of DJ R Tango has been properly released: exciting times. The Hungarian producer conjures some potent landscapes out of what sounds like a shed-full of battered electronics: over the course of the album, brutal distorted beats fall back to allow synth-ambience to shin...view item »

Helm & Decimus
We Will Meet At Other Human Parties

Helm (of Luke Younger and Alter Records) & Decimus (Put Murano, NNCK, Kellipah) sees the two come together for a collaborative album, interestingly called; We Will Meet At Other Human Parties. The cover artwork for this one is unnerving enough but the looping, grinding and gurgling sounds wi...view item »

Karachi Files
Karachi Files

Brothers Hans and Andi Teichmann (Gebrüder Teichmann) assembled a group of electronic musicians from their native Germany as well as The Maldives and Pakistan. They met in Karachi, Pakistan and converted a house into a temporary studio and begun work. The result is a culturally eclectic and very raw sounding collection of recordings. Double...view item »

Divine Herba

Imagine if somebody took the entire architectural digital concept-art esthetic and turned it into music: that’s what Herbarium sounds like. Electronic soundscapes inhabited by people who might just be digital drawings. Peaceful and carefully measured pads and with hints of industrial drums make Divine Herba a...view item »

Eilbacher Moskos Moore

Fun-time madness from the trio of Duncan Moore, Max Eilbacher and Alexander Moskos. Between them they’ve been heard in projects including AIDS Wolf, Horse Lords and Drainolith, but SEF III comes through like a noisy basement take ...view item »

Olafur Arnalds
Late Night Tales

Sensitive neo-classical pianist and composer Olafur Arnalds welcomes the listener into his musical taste with this latest edition of the Late Night Tales series. His mix combines plenty of different styles, and includes exclusive tracks from Arnór Dan, Arnalds himself, and actor ...view item »

Russell E. L. Butler
The First Step

This arrived in stock a coupla weeks ago and managed to evade the review pile because of time restraints but I thought I’d show this EP some well deserved love.‘The First Step’ is the second release from this Oakland producer (aka Black Jeans) under his real name, hot on the heels of last years ‘God Is Change’...view item »

Random Gods
Genezon.avi EP

First ever solo release from Portugal’s Random Gods right here, casting his strange sounds onto vinyl with the assistance of a Vaghe Stelle remix. The Genezon.avi EP takes samples from anywhere it can find them, me...view item »

Three Voices

Long-active Lebanese electronic producer Munma hasn’t often worked with vocalists, but that firmly changes on Three Voices, which finds his pulsing productions garnished with spoken-word, in the form of poets reading specially-written works. The resulting tracks tunnel deep into some personal spaces, guided by sub...view item »

Lost Stories

2Tall is one of the earliest aliases of Jim Cole aka Om Unit and on Lost Stories he resurrects his early beat experiments. Predictably Coles ‘early experiments’ are staggeringly high-quality hip-hop-inspired beats, indebted to the West Coast expermentalism of ...view item »


Lone again, naturally. Matt Cutler's been doing this music thing for quite a while now -- 'Levitate', his sixth album under this moniker, gets an upgrade in tempo, revelling in ecstatic breakbeats and a love of jungle. It's a switch up from the arguably chiller music he's been making of late....view item »

Sarathy Korwar
Day to Day

Sarathy Korwar draws on the folk musics of his Indian routes, as well as the kind of jazzy electronics associated with Ninja Tune, who release his debut album in collaboration with The Steve Reid Foundation. The genre-blend is a great success, a deep and exciting engagement that avoids the common pitfalls of suc...view item »


Anohni of Antony And The Johnsons presents her solo project. Production assistance from big-guns Hudson Mohawke and Oneohtrix Point Never make this a kaleidoscopic electronic experience, her ever-soaring vocals above a busy dance-swirl. Ecstatic and experimen...view item »

Kon​:​3p>UTION to: e​[​VOL​]​ution

Kon:3p>UTION to: e[VOL]ution is an experimental album by producer and solo artist AGF. It’s his 9th solo album and his 30th studio album as a producer. It’s a strange, disjointed mix of electronic sounds and samples. It can be quite sinister with a lot of static and gurgling. An uneasy listen.&nbs...view item »


San Francisco based David West has many faces, from his work as guitarist and vocalist for Rank / Xerox and Rat Columns as well as another electronic project Lace Curtain. Liberation is his latest, somewhat theatrical synth pop, and wouldn’t sound amiss wi...view item »

The Digging Remedy

Brand new material from Warp electronica veterans Plaid. As ever, they have a patient, subtle approach to sound, much more focused on weaving fine textures then on big obvious ‘moments’. That said, there is some lively beat activity here and no mistake. The Digging Rem...view item »

Luv Cry

Apparently no relation to the Four Tet shuffle-anthem, Samuel’s Luv Cry is a 4 track set of futuristic R&B. Samuel’s vocals are full of feels, and they are suppo...view item »

Richard Scott
Several Circles

I still maintain that ‘Acousmatic’ is a nonsense word. Charismatic acoustics? No, can’t be. Automatic acoustics? Are all acoustics automatic? Are none?? Richard Scott promises that this is not a ‘dry, academic exercise’, but I remember that word. The backbone of a frustrating second year lecture. Besides, who said a...view item »

Oliver Coates
Towards The Blessed Islands

Prah Recordings is a new label set up by Stephen Bass of Moshi Moshi. Renowned cellist Coates straddles the worlds of classical and contemporary music. He has collaborations under his belt from the likes of Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, DOOM and Massive Attack - and likewise he has performed conce...view item »

Necro Deathmort
The Capsule

Hold up, Necro Deathmort? Yeah, that’s three different words for death… Though they may not sound how you imagine, on this record at least. Following in a darker vein to band mates Teeth of the Sea, but mixing rock (or in these guys’ case extreme metal) with electronic experiments brings a hug...view item »

Pentagram Home Video
Who's Out There?

Pentagram Home Video walk, or creep along, a similar path to Pye Corner Audio but have a darker edge - swathes of analogue synths that provide a dystopian soundtrack to an ‘80s film that doesn’t exist with ocassional touches that recall early Depeche Mode. Who’s Out There?...view item »

Not Above That

Instrumental grime connoisseurs Local Action records release some ridiculously catchy and joyful pop-house from DAWN and a predictably excellent ambient remix from Deadboy. On Not Above That DAWN (aka Dawn Richards of Danity Kane fame) switches ...view item »

Black Sun Productions
Toilet Chant

Black Sun Productions are Pierce and Massimo, who worked with Coil for their live stage performances back in the day. Strange, doomy ambience is the name of the game on this album, w...view item »

A Dissembly

Konstruktivists have been releasing pretty much every year (with the odd gap here and there) since 1982. With a recent album out, Dark Entries look back at its beginnings; mixing with Throbbing Gristle and all of the Industrial records gang. This is a must for anyone into the initial industrial releases - gritty...view item »

Black Sun Productions
Dies Juvenalis

Massimo & Pierce made up Black Sun Productions. Most known for their live work with Coil, as well as working with Lydia Lunch and H.R. Giger. Heavily effected vocals, beautiful xylophone and dramatic percussion create something strangely bea...view item »

Darkstar & Gwilym Gold
Rope / Folk

Darkstar have fully succeeded in that interesting transformation they’ve been pulling off for a while now, going from dubstep producers to electronic pop performers. Rope / Folk pairs them with composer Gwilym Gold, tasked with accompanying Holly Blakey’s contemporary dance ...view item »

Loose Meat
Loose Meat

Loose Meat are a duo made up from Kristian Craig Robinson aka Capitol K and Arp Cleveland from the Archie Bronson Outfit. The pair have managed to do what they set out to do: create something new. The music is a complicated yet in-your-face and heady mix of Disco, Swingbeat, Downtempo and electr...view item »

Synthi A
Ignition of the Sun

All the sounds on this record were created using the EMS Synthi AKS, which was one of the first synthesizers available (1971) and made legendary by Pink Floyd, Brian Eno, and The Polyphonic Workshop. Ignition of the Sun is a psychedelic analogue electronics trip back to the 70s. Perfect...view item »


IXTAB, the collaboration of musicians who separately go under the names of Blood Room and Ovis Aurum, is kind of techno-based dance music. But, as the presentation on cassette rather than vinyl might tell you, this is rough-a...view item »

60°43' Nord

60° 43’ Nord is a banging techno record, primed and ready for club deployment. But, more unusually, it is also a document of the underwater soundscape found underneath a fishing boat in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Yes, it can be both things! ...view item »

Caro C
Everything Gives To Something Else

Caro C, previously Caro Snatch creates an expressive and intuitive blend of electronics, vocals, piano and strings with definite nods to Joanna Newsom, Ludovico Einaudi and Delia Derbyshire. Playing with seemingly simple and effective themes her sound palette br...view item »

Max Graef & Glenn Astro
The Yard Work Simulator

First of all, shout-out to the Simpsons reference. The Yard-Work Simulator is the wild collaborative work of Glenn Astro and Max Graef. Being put together in Berlin, it is sort of a given that this record would turn out danceable, but Astro and Graef’s approach is...view item »

David August
J.B.Y / Ouvert

The first solo record in 2 years from David August arrives on Counter, the Ninja Tune-affiliated label. He’s been busy playing with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin you see… But he hasn’t forgotten his house music routes, as J.B.Y / Ouvert capably proves with its shimmer and b...view item »


Gloomy and dubby techno explorations from Jens Massel on Raster Norton. The tracks run so slow you'd imagine you have chosen the RPM yet this is the pace he works. Exploring the human psych through depth of sound, the pieces are enlivened by snatches of Michael Cramm's vocals which humanise the dislocated bloopery. ...view item »

Early Bloom

Early Bloom is the second record by MYMK. What it maintains from debut album Jeopardy is a close attention to textural detail: these tracks are full of micro-tweaked electric quiver and droning tones. But these new tracks move a little furth...view item »

This Is For Sore Is Just There

As track titles such as ‘Petrol Arses’, ‘That Prick I Hate’ and ‘Shit Patches’, Metrist’s music neither takes itself too seriously, nor cares if you like it. This Is For Sore Is Just There is rough and nasty, with distort...view item »

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