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Bulkhead
Aft Pleasure

A thirteen track release from Bulkhead called Aft Pleasure. This is their debut record and it's got a whole load of techno influenced tracks on it. A nice little touch from the band is that they've put together a bonus CD 'DETROIT ~ LIVE AT THE SHELTER' with both the vinyl copy and the CD. Released on 2MR. ...view item »

Francis Bebey
African Electronic Music 1975-1982

Ooh, who could resist a CD titled 'African Electronic Music 1975-1982'? That ticks loads of my boxes all at once, and you know this is going to be a unique-sounding, adventurous and melodic trip before you even crack open the shrinkwrap. Opener 'New Track', ironically 30 years old this ye...view item »

Transformation / Beau Wanzer
Kozmik / Orbit

This split 12” on Nation offshoot Kode plays two of techno’s more idiosyncratic voices off against each other. Transformation’s offering is a...view item »

Gigi Masin / Vakula / Roman Flügel
Dekmantel 10 Years 01

The only sensible way to celebrate a decade of putting out records is to… put out records! That’s what Dekmantel are doing: in fact, they are doing a series of ten EPs this year! This is the first edition, featuring exclusive and propulsive cuts from Gigi Masin, R...view item »

Kirkis
Vide

Kirkis is Melbourne native Matthew Kirkis. He may be known to you through his work with Floating Points, with whom he has played live and also played guitar and synth on the Reflections - Mojave Desert album. His debut album, Vide was released in Australia last year and, although ...view item »

Jason Kolar
Modified PerspectiveS

Perhaps the perspectives in Jason Kolar’s Modified Perspectives are the underlying instruments (vibraphone, guitar, piano etc.) that are modified through the heavy us...view item »

Kuniyuki Takahashi
Early Tape Works (1986-1993) Vol. 2

The excellent Music From Memory (Gaussian Curve, Richenel) drop the second part of their Kuniyiki Takahashi retrospective. These seven tracks were originally only available as highly limited runs, but Takahashi had great ambitions for his music. From his home studio in Sapporo h...view item »

Soundhog
Astrablast / Newtown Parkway

Despite Soundhog spending over a decade away before the release of this single, it finds the bastard popster in typically cheeky form. ‘Astrablast’ is Glitterbeat as imagined by a member of the Central Processing Unit family, while ‘Newtown Parkway’ could have soundtracked something off p...view item »

Hirola
Hirola

Lush and lively electronic pop music from Hirola, released on Phantom Limb on tape. It's as energising as it is dramatic and emotionally open. This makes sense given the previous acts of members LTO and edapollo. This self titled album is a wonderful combination of soaring highs and detailed production....view item »

Thee J Johanz
Declassified EP

Tasty treats, hitherto unheard, from the DAT archives of Thee J Johanz. The Declassified EP features three tracks of material from around the time of Confidential, which means the quality is well high. We've got one alternate version (of ‘Savannah’) and two powerful cuts so dancefloor-functional tha...view item »

Biosphere
The Hilvarenbeek Recordings

The Hilvarenbeek Recordings are sourced from an organic (or ‘Bio’ - nice) farm in Holland, and were recorded and assembled for a project at Incubate. The field recordings of nature and bucolic human activity have been subtly pressed into the service of some classic-sounding Biosphere tracks, mixing ambient w...view item »

Cucina Povera
Hilja

Back at it with the sound art, constantly pushing the boundaries of music creation. Cucina Povera (originally from Finland, hence talks/sings in Finnish occasionally), is a Glasgow-based sound artist and Hilja is her latest release. If you're familiar with ASMR, you'll get that tingly hit straight to the back of your neck as soon as she opens he...view item »

The Smoke Clears
Listen

There is a time when you need to chill out. With a name like The Smoke Clears, you had to expect it to happen at some point - Listen is a record filled with ambient soundscapes, with just enough techno to keep you listening, reminiscent of the infamous Selected Ambient Works by He-Who-Shall-Always-Be-Named-In-Relation-T...view item »

Max Cooper
Balance 030

36 tracks, 120 minutes - quite a mix from multimedia artist Max Cooper. Bit of an understatement to call it a ‘mix’ though, since Max has tinkered in all sorts of ways with the material to suit his tastes as a producer (such as enlisting a binaural cloud effect plugin by chum Rob Clouth). Expect to hear Atoms...view item »

Letherette
EP5

Letherette seem like good lads. Their music is always very pleasant, operating in that sweet spot between house, r ‘n’ b and J Dilla-style hip-hop. EP5 leans more on the latter two, serving up six slices of nicey-nicey that will get Gilles Peterson all hot and bothered. Ther...view item »

LA-4A
Slackline

Berlin-based Kevin McHugh, aka Ambivalent, joins forces with CPU under his latest alter ego, LA-4A. His newest, 'Slackline', is a four-track EP comprising uncompromising, unrelenting techno, seasoned with interwoven break beats, refined sampling and a veritable onslaught of dance-floor-ready bangers....view item »

Brian Chase
Drums & Drones II

Brian Chase is the drummer for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, but you may be surprised to learn that he has a serious sideline performing and composing in more avant-garde territory. Drums & Drones II is remarkable, with each piece focusing on one single drum but extracting an ocean of immersive sound. Just I...view item »

Various
Waves of the Future

Lovely stuff here from Alessando Adriani’s Mannequin Records here. Mannequin celebrates hitting 100 releases with this eight-track double-LP, featuring one from Adriani - a dope coldwave/acid techno collab with An-i - and the rest from producers who haven’t put out solo releases for ...view item »

Silk Road Assassins
Reflection Spaces

The iconic Planet Mu label continue a killer run with Reflection Spaces from Silk Road Assassins. This is the debut EP from this hotly tipped crew who blend futuristic sound design, grime instrumentals and dystopian synth soundscapes. Think Kuedo and Logos battl...view item »

Proc Fiskal
Insula

Edinburgh prodigy Proc Fiskal follows up his 2017 The Highland Mob EP with a meaty full-length for Hyperdub. The sixteen tracks of Insula are built from the same blocks as THM, with Fiskal fusing together grime, jungle and a little bit of breakbeat. Fiskal’s music has much in com...view item »

Jessy Lanza
Oh No

The second full-length album from Jessy Lanza lands hard, skipping around the listener, buzzing with nervous energy. This is the finest of modern electro-pop, Lanza’s breathy vocals firing up the tracks she has co-produced with Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys. Oh No...view item »

Seahawks
Paradise Freaks

Ethereal and floaty, deep and colorful, Seahawks have always been drifting around the outer perimeters of dreams and waking life. Their newest album Paradise Freaks is another kite that floats on the winds of spacing vocals, with infinite pads rising like thermal streams while you float above the amalgam of sound....view item »

Scuba Death
The Worm At The Core

The name Scuba Death sounds like it belongs to some psych-rock group, but actually the name refers to a nearly-fatal experience that Brazilian composer Ricardo Donoso had while scuba diving. The brush with doom pushed him to express himself creatively: The Worm At The Core, an album centred around thund...view item »

Bicep
Glue

Taking its cues from UK Garage and embracing the visceral power of rave, Northern Irish electronic duo Bicep have had critics falling over themselves to praise their self-titled debut. Glue is the second single to be lifted from it and it has been likened to FSOL and Orbital in their pomp. 180g ...view item »

CCFX
The Remixes

After their The Cure-to-a-baggy-beat debut EP dropped back in 2017, CCFX (a CC Dust/Trans FX collaboration) return to the scene of the crime to serve up four versions of tunes from their eponymous debut. The Remixes, it must be said, is an occasion where the re-rubs are...view item »

The Grid
One Way Traffic (Blue TB7 Series)

Dave Ball has done an awful lot more than just be in Soft Cell and have a moustache. Turns out he also guested with Psychic TV but his main other thing has been the Grid which reunited in 2015 and also includes Richard Norris who also starred in Beyond the Wizards Sleeve. This ...view item »

Acolytes
Rupture

(8) Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sir So that every mouth can be fed Pooooooor me Acolytes (8) That’s about the only thing that the work of Desmond Dekker shares with the racket made by this London group. On new LP Rupture, Acolytes combine computer m...view item »

Beach House
Beach House

Beach House: "S/T" (Bella Union) Debut album from this duo who hail from Baltimore, USA. This immediately makes me thing of long hot summers, sitting on a porch, an allotment or some flowery garden elsewhere far from maddening crowd. My ideal beach house would probably be either be in Bahia, Brasil or St Anns, Jamaica, i'd while away ...view item »

Mutant Beat Dance
Mutant Beat Dance

This self-titled record from Mutant Beat Dance is more of a debut opus than a debut LP. Featuring 25 tracks spread out over six (!) records/two CDs, and with the box-set including a booklet, Mutant Beat Dance is a lavish piece. With so much time to play with the music here is unsurprisingly varied. Founding members ...view item »

Neil Cosgrove
Bum Montage

No messing about from Neil Cosgrove here: this tape dives deep into a pool of vintage acid, resurfacing 13 tracks later with a smile on its face. Bum Montage is a squelchy, peak-hour set of acid action, produced like a boss. A mere 40 copies of this album, presented on cassette, are available, so be speedy! On Condition...view item »

Russell Haswell
As Sure As Night Follows Day (Autechre, Powell, Stingray Remixes)

Autechre remixes don’t come round that often but here’s one for pal Russell Haswell that has the duo remoulding ‘Heavy Handed Sunset’ into their ‘Conformity Version’. The only thing it really conforms to being, is their idiosyncratic vision o...view item »

Francis Harris
Minutes of Sleep

Francis Harris initially released Minutes Of Sleep in 2014, and it has been out of print for most of the intervening time, so let’s all celebrate this new reissue from the good people over at Scissor and Thread. Harris’ explorative and emotional house sound is beautifully laid out over two v...view item »

Rival Consoles
Sonne

Rival Consoles is otherwise known by his non-robot name, Ryan Lee West, a dude with a lot of electronic equipment who makes some truly subversive IDM. His new EP, entitled 'Sonne', contains six original tracks based around analogue synths which act to create his rhythms. West is obsessed with the synthesis of music and colour which mak...view item »

$$$TAG$$$
Crowd Surfing

The latest cassette is in from Opal Tapes, and it’s a set of throbbing pulse-sound from $$$TAG$$$. Crowd Surfing flares and tumbles through all sorts of exciting textures, always propelled by dance-worthy beats. As ever, Opal Tapes present the work to the w...view item »

Autechre
Tri Repetae

Tri Repetae is the third album by legendary British electronic duo Autechre.  The album is considered one of the best and most influential electronic albums of the '90s and first showcases the way in which the duo combined totally different elements of dance music such as jungle and industrial and blended them into...view item »

Brainwaltzera
Aescoba EP

Brainwaltzera is an anonymous (oooh) producer of vintage IDM that has all the emotional depth and wistful production touches as a Boards Of Canada or an Aphex Twin. Aescoba is an EP of six tracks, each with a typically IDM-ish title, e.g. ‘6 aucun Christ W’. Can’t any ...view item »

ToiToiToi
Im Hag

Berlin’s ToiToiToi thinks of German culture and internationalism while he makes the music on Im Hag, his debut album for the Ghost Box label. The pieces here are a beautiful mixture of the rural / bucolic / acoustic and the urban / synth / electronic, ending up with a European angle on a very Ghost Boxy sound. Pre...view item »

Raw Ambassador
Shadows Of Evil

Antonio Barbetta’s Raw Ambassador moniker holds no punches or pretences, with releases on Reach Another System, Sama, and UN.T.O. he follows his namesake with raw and hard industrialised techno that is specifically made for underground clubs with strobes and cages, with an air of 80s doom. 12” on Man...view item »

Various
Modeselektion Vol. 04

A good four years after Modeselektion Volume 3, the latest instalment of the much-loved Monkeytown Records series rolls into view. This time it’s dropping in collaboration with Ninja Tune and features a line-up full of big-hitters. Alongside the obligatory Modeselektor entry we ge...view item »

Raymond Scott / Various
The Portofino Variations

Raymond Scott’s piece Portofino, a tuneful slice of early electronic experimentation, was first composed in 1962. This release features a few of Scott’s original versions, along with a brace of twenty artists old and new, each making their own interpretations of the lovely piece in endlessly...view item »

154
Strike

154 aka Ross 154 is an alias of Dutch producer Jochem Peteri perhaps best known for his productions as Newworldaquarium. He’s managed to take time out to reissue his 2004 album Strike in response to great demand. Strike is a great work of dubby/ ambient techno that still resonates thirteen years down...view item »

D.I.E / Various
The Men You'll Never See

Clone West Coast Series presents this 2018 remastered edition of a classic from their vaults. Originally released back in 2018, it includes Detroit In Effect's glistening, night drive electro bomb 'The Men You'll Never See (First Mix)' alongside a booming mix from ADULT. Plus, on the flipside lurks an off-kilter, dark and twisted synth-pop/...view item »

In Aeternam Vale
Funkytown

Funkytown: will you not take me there? A renowned synth user called In Aeternam Vale is considering it. Pulled out of his archival hat, this 12" delivers three irresponsible techno hits that both rave and rage, spanning an eleven year history of IAV dancefloor shenanigans. So... are you taking me to Funky...view item »

D.I.E.
The Men You'll Never See Pt.2

Clone West Coast Series presents a remastered edition of this sought after EP from 2003. It includes six tracks of pure electro magic from D.I.E. aka Detroit In Effect, the duo of Odell Perry and Tameko J. Williams, who also slipped few records out as Cybonix and M.A.P. This EP is a fine example of how they blur the lines between oldsk...view item »

Chevron
Memory Disks Volume One

Blackpool’s Jonathan Valentine aka Chevron is back with a populous nine-track EP of cheeky wonk for Shipwrec. Bubbling acid, mosquito electro leads, wonderful gurgling bass, drill & bass rhythms, acapella samples, all present and accounted for. Special mentions go to the bass in ‘Diamond’ and the overall so...view item »

Buttechno
ZCAPRI

Buttechno is such a cool name, although I did originally read the press release as 'a faint rumble is heard from behind the horizon Buttechno cheeks'. It's a fart joke if you haven't already gathered, *one person slowly claps*. ZCAPRI is released on a four-track 12" vinyl, on Zodiac 44. This is the seventh...view item »

Rashad Becker
Traditional Music of Notional Species Vol II

Almost three and a half years after Rashad Becker unleashed his debut album ‘Traditional Music of Notional Species Vol. I’ on PAN, now, finally the second volume hits the shelves. While that particular record was tantamount to being fondled by the tentacles of some giant s...view item »

Radioactive Man
Luxury Sky Garden Remixes

London based producer Radioactive Man released his fifth full length on the Asking For Trouble label, a matter of months later and we have this EP with four very distinct remixes from Dexorcist, Ben Pest, Pain Struck Stanley Dumb, and BiggaBush. From speedy and ...view item »

Mount Kimbie
Love What Survives - Remixes Part 2

After giving Nina Kraviz the keys to the car, Mount Kimbie are releasing another 12" of remixes of tracks from their latest album Love What Survives. These lads have friends in high spaces, the aforementioned Kraviz is joined by Marcel Dettman, ...view item »

D'Arcangelo
D'Arcangelo

Reissue of D’Arcangelo’s debut EP from 1996, originally released on the now defunct Aphex Twin run label Rephlex. There’s a lot of Aphex Twin’s Caustic Window era to be found here. The first three tracks present distorted techno-come-IDM through industria...view item »

Cru Servers
Blubber Totem

Experimental and deftly leftfield meanderings bubble forth from a hazy analog pond, the Glaswegian production duo Cru Servers morph from the abstract and shapeless to ambient leftfield hip hop beats from beneath the earth’s crust and muffled house beats with eccentric synthesis and sample skewing. Joy in free experimentati...view item »

Alma Construct
Circulator

Taking a break from usual home on R&S Records for a release with Power Vacuum, Alma Construct suck up the vibes from some classic ‘90s electro such as B12, A.R.T., Rephlex and the Detroit scene from the period to influence a new EP. Circulator is thinking person’...view item »

Lord Tusk
Communique EP

Lord Tusk is an eclectic purveyor of murky, smoky productions not unlike those of his associates - Dean Blunt, John T. Gast et al. Communique EP is quite a relaxed haze of snail-paced electro, with evocative references to boogie and funk, lumbering among chopped & screwed drum textu...view item »

Pulse Emitter
Aeons

More synth enthusiasts hit the Norman shelves this week courtesy of the ever dependable Aguirre. This time it's Pulse Emitter a.k.a. Daryl Groetsch of Portland, Oregon up to bat. I've not heard this guy's stuff before but he comes highly recommended by that David Keenan bloke from Volvic T...view item »

Pun Collins
Lunar Influence

Pun Collins traverses the murky outlands of post-genre dance music and future soul on Lunar Influence, a shifting, patient electronic opus. This cinematic, twilit journey is thick with atmosphere, deftly swapping rhythms with minimal effort and suspending lush instrumentation in a weightless tension....view item »

Nuno Cananvarro
Plux Quba

Plux Quba was first issued in 1988, to little attention. But over the years (following a reissue courtesy of Jim O’Rourke in 1998), people have recognised the value of Portugal’s Nuno Cananvarro and this, his masterpiece of sampletastic abstracted electronics. Reissued in a replica of the or...view item »

Chris Carter
The Spaces Between

Grey vinyl re-press of the Optimo re-issue of this classic piece of electronic music history originally released on Throbbing Gristle's own imprint. The sad bit is that it only contains six out of the thirteen tracks. The good bit is that this is essential early electronica that was decades ahead of it's time so you'll want to o...view item »

The System
The System EP

Dedicated re-issue specialists Music from Memory take us back to France in 1983 for this lost electro-synth-pop gem from The System. 3 tracks from the LP Logic and one track that is completely unreleased. These songs are for some lazy afternoons, subdued beats and orchestral pads back layered vocals washed in reverb. A ...view item »

Alek Lee
Colors

I'm still trying to get my head round this album art. It's not that I don't know what it is, it's just...why? Colours is Alek Lee's second record on Antinote, and as you'd expect, it is a brilliant sounding record that Alek creates by messing around with electronic and deep house sounds. Available on vinyl 12". ...view item »

Tourist Kid
Crude Tracer

Aussie upstart Tourist Kid is here with his first release for Melody As Truth, a stuttering digital romp that takes in serene, glassy ambience, delicate piano and fetishistic instrumentation. It's a beautiful record; spacious, nuanced and heart-wrenching, complete with broken vocals and plaintive, delicate pulses. ...view item »

Minimal Violence
MVX / U41A

After releasing via labels like Lobster Theremin and 1080p, Vancouver’s DIY techno duo Minimal Violence turn up on Ninja Tune's club-orientated sub-label Technicolour. The group’s name sets the scene nicely for these two brooding rave tunes which mix...view item »

Peter Power & Friends
Awake Into Life

Not perma grinning 70s DJ Peter Powell but Peter Power who unlike Peter Powell is a cosmic voyager who has resided in Ireland Germany and now Brazil. His mixes are eclectic, ritualistic with a dream-like spirituality that reflects his restless activity as a producer. This one is limited to 300 hand numbered copies.    ...view item »

Phantom Horse
Als Ob

German experimental electronic duo Phantom Horse have readjusted their sound for their new album Als Ob. Fans shouldn’t worry too much though, their unconventional minimalist approach à la Moondog and the Cabaret Voltare-influenced electronica still form much of their sound adding a...view item »

Dollboy Meets Sone Institute
The Sum and the Difference

Dollboy has previously released stuff on Static Caravan etc. Sone Institute had a well received CD out Front and Follow that garnered praise by The Times no less. Here the two artists collaborate with each other, sending tapes back and forward to each other. Actually probably not tapes, sound waves more likely. The result is a patchwork of sound...view item »

Mark Van Hoen
Invisible Threads

After an enlightening and enriching tour with a number of Touch luminaries, Mark Van Hoen channeled his inspiration into the pieces that would become Invisible Threads, whi...view item »

Other Lives / Atoms For Peace
Tamer Animals / Other Side

I’m so out of touch...I didn’t know Thom Yorke had a band with Flea, or who Other Lives are or that Mr Yorke was sporting a p...view item »

Olafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm
Stare

This is a dream pairing for you neo classical types. The Laurel & Hardy of all things neo classical come together for a very special limited release just for record store day. You should read the (very long...) press release for this. It's a fascinating story of veggie pizza, falafel a...view item »

A Certain Ratio
Up In Downsville

A Certain Ratio AKA ACR AKA "Joy Division with better clothes" were a Manchester post-punk band who mixed elements of funk, disco and dub into their sound. Up In Downsville was their seventh album and was originally released on Rob’s Records (a label owned by Joy Division ...view item »

Marcello Napoletano presents Ra Toth And The Brigantes Orchestra
Introspettivo EP

Three killer electro tracks on this 12” EP from Marcello Napoletano presents Ra Toth and The Brigantes Orchestra. Introspettivo is the title track and it puts some fun into what can often be a cold and clinical sounding genre in electro. There are some ‘80s vibes going throughout which remind me of s...view item »

Various
Absence

Absence is a compilation of music that you would do very well to hear: experimental music from Iran. Artists on this stellar roster happen to include relatively big names like Sote and Siavash Amini, but also artists scarcely heard outside of Iran, all boldly exploring their sounds. CDr on Flaming Pines...view item »

Garland
Preludes #1

The mysterious Garland lets the music do the talking on this debut release, out via Lullabies For Insomniacs. This curious, vaguely industrial noise suite recalls the dive into concrete that Rabit made on his 2017 LP Les Fleurs Du Mal. Occasionally the fog lifts and we get things l...view item »

Recondite
Daemmerlicht

Bavaria's Lorenz Brunner releases his fifth LP as Recondite, his first in 3 years, named Daemmerlicht. The record contains suitably twilit material, as Brunner eschews his trademark blend of acid and techno for a largely more downbeat affair -- incorporating elements of ambient, hip hop and even classical music. Spaciou...view item »

MYMK
Jeopardy

Debut full-length from MYMK, a Brazilian electronic producer. His music is neither tooled for the dancefloor or totally abstract: what it is, rather, is a texturally complex series of melodic pieces. Jeopardy oscillates between cold minimal ambience and bright twinklings, making for a rather compelling set. LP on Low Ki...view item »

Various
Close To The Noise Floor - Formative UK Electronica 1975-1984

Close To The Noise Floor - Formative UK Electronica 1975 - 1985 takes ‘electronica’ as a nice and broad term: this compilation ranges from Throbbing Gristle to Spoon Fazer to Blancmange, with the intention of showing off the whole range of the period, from the familiar to th...view item »

Carlos Giffoni
Vain

How have we all managed to do without new business from Carlos Giffoni for six whole years? Lord only knows, but the No Fun bossman is certainly back in action now, presenting new full-length LP Vain...view item »

Meyers
Struggle Artist

Justin C. Meyers, or just Meyers, here documents his lived experience of late capitalism through the medium of electronic sound, combining beautiful textures with an air of melancholy and tricksy sequencing moves. ...view item »

LOR
Mystery To The Viewer EP

Warm drop this four-track EP from Northern Ireland’s Lunar Orbit Rendezvous aka LOR. Like fellow Belfast native Space Dimension Controller, LOR’s brand of techno has a nice cosmic tinge to it. However, on Mystery To The Viewer, the aesthetic is more calculat...view item »

John Foxx
Metamatic (Deluxe)

John Foxx left Ultravox to be replaced as singer by Midge Ure. Metamatic, originally released in 1980, was his first solo effort. Whilst sticking with electronic music, Foxx eschwed the soft synth convention of Ultravox to create a harder-edged, l...view item »

Moby
Play

Moby’s Play is renowned for being the first album ever to totally sell-out, in that every last one of its 18 tracks was licensed for commercial use in ads and films. Given that level of exposure you may know all the tunes here anyway, but in case you want to treat them to a proper listening experience, here is a 2...view item »

Modeselektor / Peder Mannerfelt / Lory D / Solid Blake
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP3

Selekt life with this four-track curation via Modeselektor which features four different body-shaking dancemakers at work; the group themselves, to start things off, plus noise thriller Peder Mannerfelt, Larry D and Solid Blake. How about that for a...view item »

Lone / FJAAK / Radio Slave / Claude Speeed
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP2

Modeselektion Vol 4 EP 2 contains tracks by Nottingham’s Matt Cutler under his Lone alias, German dance trio, FJAAK, Germany-based techno and house producer Matt Edwards, AKA Radio Slave (also produces as part of the duo Rekids with James Masters) and Scottish genre-blende...view item »

Rødhåd / Vatican Shadow / Kasper Marott / Fadi Mohem
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP4

Berlin-based dub, techno and house practitioner, Rødhåd, the dark and powerful Vatican Shadow, AKA American, Dominick Fernow, Danish dance guy, Kasper Marrot and German technohead Fadi Mohem each contribute a track to the latest in the taste-making Mode...view item »

Brainwaltzera / Actress / Skee Mask / rRoxymore
Modeselektion Vol. 04 EP1

Monkeytown and Ninja Tune are releasing Volume 4 of their revered Modeselektion series as four separate 12” EPs. EP 1 throws together the mysterious Brainwaltzera, Actress AKA Darren J Cunningham, German DJ Skee Mask and French futuristic funkster, rRoxymore. 12” EP ...view item »

Prefuse 73
Forsyth Gardens

Electronic pioneer Prefuse 73 is back in a big, bold and brash way with Forsyth Gardens. Presumably not an ode to Bruce and his topiary, this multi-faceted album sounds ultra-modern in its kaleidoscopic scope. Young fans of Flying Lotus would be wise to take note of one of the masters. Out on vinyl LP from Temporary Res...view item »

Suzanne Ciani
Help, Help, The Globolinks!

Oooh! Never-before-released music from Suzanne Ciani, written in 1980 for Gian Carlo Menotti’s children’s opera Help, Help, The Globolinks!. Ciani works her synthesiser into bold shapes that manage to push exciting musical boundaries while still keeping things suitable for t...view item »

Peder Mannerfelt
The Screws That Hold The World Together

Lazy Tapes is a young imprint - the only previous drop from the label had been two collaborative tapes between label boss Cera Khin and first Ossia, then Christoph De Babalon - but they may have put themselves on the map with this one. The clown prince of modern techno P...view item »

The Future Sound Of London
My Kingdom Re-imagined

The Future Sound Of London, or FSOL to their friends have taken a Michelin-starred chef’s approach to reworking their 1996 track, My Kingdom by offering it up in eight different ways on My Kingdom Re-imagined, moulding it from ambient rock to electronica along the way. The original version of the track fea...view item »

Drew McDowall x Hiro Kone
The Ghost of Georges Bataille

Collaboration from two New York transplants, Hiro Kone (who used to be in Sacred Bones band Effi Briest), and Drew McDowall (once an official member of Coil). Together they use suspenseful electroacoustic experimentation to engage with Georges Bataille's notion that "respect is a detour tha...view item »

Posatronix
Danz EP

Some nice 90s electro-funk here courtesy of Posatronix. Originally released in 1997, Danz is now a window into a time when Detroit techno was just beginning to go down the rabbit hole. The likes of ‘Night Vision’ have that slightly manic quality you get from running acid trax at a tempo higher than 130 bpm. ...view item »

Lorad Group
Sul Tempo

The music of Lorad Group, captured here and only here on there single album Sul Tempo, is like loungey minimal jazz music transferred through a MIDIsphere into a shiny new digital format. At times it made me think of tunes from the Mario 64 soundtrack, but Sul Tempo does have an identity all of its own...view item »

Morah
Ursa Major

Evil cuts for the most ominous of dancefloors, Morah come running back to the brokntoys imprint for their own EP -- they previously contributed to the label's collaborative effort The Glowing, but here they get a chance to present their very own swampy, unkempt grooves. Party all demoralised. ...view item »

Lusine
The Waiting Room

The opening track here from Seattle-based producer Lusine stuns. It starts with a tight Neu influenced drum beat with jittery synths, pumping bass and fizzy keyboards. It bounds along in that perfect place where studio electronics meet a more ‘live’ type sound. It...view item »

Aylu
Serum

Argentinian producer Ailín Grad makes something of a departure from her more frenetic tapes for Orange Milk, Memory No. 36 Recordings and outlines, with a delightful snack size CD EP on Sun Araw’s always reliable Sun Ark label. ‘Serum’ comes in five little micro doses and exudes an exquisite, serene energy. Ailín&...view item »

Jon Hopkins
Opalescent

House producer and Coldplay helper Jon Hopkins has done a lot since Opalescent, but his debut record now gets a reissue after fifteen years in the game. It was released to Just Label who largely dealt in beautified ambient music, and Hopkins sentimental sound was well suited to their whims -- that sa...view item »

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