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Lotic
Heterocetera

22-year-old Berlin-based Texan producer J'Kerian Morgan aka Lotic follows up 2014's acclaimed 'Damsel In Distress' free mixtape with an impressive debut for Tri Angle showing off his trademark spectral melody and shuddering low-end to compelling and often moving effect. Experimental yet accessible, 'Heterocetera' ...view item »

Ssleeping Desiress
Ssleeping Desiress

Here’s the self-titled debut LP of Ssleeping Desiress, aka San Francisco coldwave artist and snake Gabriel Ramos. The album follows a 7” released in 2012, so this has been some time coming. Solid pastiche production rounds off the sinister tunes, with rumbling bass, sharp guitars, tinny drum machines and the gaudy, o...view item »

Pauline Oliveros
Electronic Works 1965+1966

Early electronic expansions from American Pauline Oliveros. Electronic Works 1965+1966 are a series of analogue gems from Pauline's recorded out put. She built a lot of her own equipment and constructed numerous pieces through improvisation. Also, she experimented with a multitude of analogue effects an...view item »

Shy Layers
Midnight Marker

J. D. Walsh follows up his well-received 2016 LP as Shy Layers. Midnight Marker is another perky fusion of Balearic tropes, Yacht rock, electro-soul and cerebral pop al...view item »

Bjork
Arisen My Senses (Jlin, Lanark Artefax, Kelly Lee Owens Remixes)

Promising release from up-and-coming Icelandic artist Björk. One of the standouts of Utopia, ‘Arisen My Senses’ - a co-production with Arca...view item »

Actress x London Contemporary Orchestra
LAGEOS

Following the single release of ‘Audio Track 5’ last September, Ninja Tune now offer up an entire LP of Darren “Actress” Cunningham’s collaboration with London Contemporary Orchestra, which first performed at the Barbican in 2016 (helpfully, ‘Audio Track 5’ is track 8 he...view item »

Various
Satan In Love ‐ Rare Finnish Synth‐Pop and Disco 1978‐1992

The colourful catalogue of Finland’s Svart Records spans material old and new, but seems to specialise in scarce gems from the forested country’s underground music history. In this case, we have a tour de force of several decades’ worth of Suomi synthpop and disco. ‘Satan in Love’ by Emilia is a not...view item »

Lamartine
Reportage

A truly lost work here from an Italian library music composer known as Lamartine. Reportage has never previously been released (not only a little bit), which is a great shame when you hear how compellingly inquisitive it sounds. 1970’s synth experimentalism, somewhere between the regions of GRM and komische. On Fi...view item »

Craven Faults
Netherfield Works

Right, this is really something special. A cloaked Yorkshire based producer unfurling two long form pieces of pulsating vintage synth to soundtrack journeys across the post industrial landscapes of West Yorkshire. 'Netherfield Works' perfectly encapsulates the barren but beautiful landscape yet will appeal to fans of the Deep Distance label, ...view item »

Klaus Schulze
La Vie Electronique Volume 1.1

Klaus Schulze - he of Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel and … Klaus Schulze fame - has set to work putting his affairs in order in the past decade. La Vie Electronique Volume 1.1 is in fact the second volume in the LVE series, a run that brings together Schulze’s rari...view item »

Monopoly Child Star Searchers
The Garnet Toucan

Toucan eh? According to the press release the toucan is a mediator between human and nature. Next time I want to discuss something with a tree I’ll know who to ask.Anyway this is the project from Spencer Clark who is one half of Skaters alongside the rather more well known ...view item »

Zomby
Mercury’s Rainbow

Modern Love finally issue Zomby's Mercury Beats, his attempt at re-imagining Wiley's Eskibeat series of releases. Made a while ago while his body clock was all out of whack, the pieces are methodical and rhythmic takes on grime that if released at the time may have shifted the course of grime. We think that is what the ...view item »

Ruxpin
Avalon [Remastered]

Fifteen-year anniversary reissue for Avalon by Icelander Ruxpin. This one’s a much-loved entry in the early 2000s IDM/bedroomtronica scene, with flangey hats, cute lead melodies and lush synth beds. The album now gets the vinyl remaster treatment - with orange/gold and violet options! - including an ill-advised ar...view item »

Frak
UH006

Weird Swedish squelchy sounding techno from synthesiser trio Frak, aka Jan Svensson, Johan Sturesson and Björn Isgren. On stage, they wear strange gold masks (apparently their music is so weird they have to wear disguises or they get chased and beaten up). This offering comes on groovy double vinyl with a fetching hand-printed sleeve. ...view item »

Evan Caminiti
Meridian

You might well know Evan Caminiti from his work in droning guitar duo Barn Owl: this latest solo LP presents a more electronic side to his sound, working with synth systems. Deep caverns of tone and click, moving slowly forwards towards who-knows-what end. Meridian is released on CD and LP by Thrill Joc...view item »

Eomac
Bedouin Trax

Producer Eomac worked with extensive samples of Arabic-origin music sent to them by the group Bedouin. We’ve seen a few such projects over the years, but Eomac’s attitude to the source material presents this from being a tokenistic set of pieces. Bedouin Trax engages more de...view item »

Fedaden
Verdad

Geeting a wee bit of an energy injection from this here Fedaden 'Verdad' 12" on Nacopajaz which begins with some sweet harpsichord type sounds then gets all emotionally dirty spitting out gnarly, growling emotive basslines and melodies that are reminiscent of Plaid. I dig the solid beats on the Kelpe remix and the way the use of the original soun...view item »

Felix Kubin
Takt der Arbeit

People just love the old industrial workers nowadays. If you ain’t wearing his jacket, you’re listening to his hammer hitting steel, his phone ringing off the hook and his saw chugging through something or other. That’s what you get from Felix Kubin’s Takt der Arbeit...view item »

Ekoplekz
Rock La Bibliotek EP

Whatever Ekoplekz (Nick Edwards) is on, I want some of. Or do I? Could I handle it? Is it some new genetically altered acid laced downer? Or could it just be some earl gray and a weekend reminiscing about Bristol's musical legacy? This 12" vinyl is out on West Norwood Cassette Library. If Richard D. James and Delia Derbyshire me...view item »

Four Tet
New Energy

Yes, Hebden's here. Releasing very soon indeed is his newest Four Tet record and hopefully it'll be slightly more inventive than the laissez-faire samplefest that was Morning / Evening. It's got a nice cover and he's extremely good at making the electronic music he makes, need we say more, no we needn't. ...view item »

Kraftwerk
Radio-Activity

Initially seen as a step backwards from its predecessor 'Autobahn', Radio-Activity plays out like a cryptic, yet well orchestrated educational film about the history of radioactivity, yet the title track is the only time the topic of radioactivity is put forward. The rest of the tracks focuses on the activity of radios (hence the album title bei...view item »

Special Request
Belief System

Special Request is Paul Woolford’s project for exploring his love of raved-up pirate radio, and new album Belief System is something of an epic relea...view item »

AJA
AJA

Sweet Lord, this tape has proper caved my head in. It’s as though AJA’s mind had literally exploded onto tape, resulting in a blistering and glorious cacophony of relentlessly powerful, unhinged, and cathartic racket. ‘Rattles’ opens the tape with menacing drum machine eruptions and vocals that appear to be utteri...view item »

EeOo (Eomac)
Workout EP

EoOo is an alias of Ian McDonnell, last spotted as Eomac with an EP on The Trilogy Tapes. He also comprises half of Dublin techno duo Lakker who’ve done great things on Blueprint...view item »

Silicon Scally
Projections

Do the people at Sheffield Central Processing Unit ever sleep? The label with arguably the most relentless work-rate in the clubsphere drop yet another EP of good-time throwbacks, in this case from the stable of Carl Finlow’s Silicon Scally alias. Finlow’s decades of experience - he ...view item »

96 Back
Provisional Electronics

Given that they seem to release at least one new record every single week, it’s quite surprising to find out that Sheffield’s Central Processing Unit have never previously dropped anything by a Steel City artist. That honour goes to Evan Majumdar-...view item »

D.Z. Lectric & Anthon Shield
Lickin'

Minimal Wave unearth more vintage monochrome synth action in the form of this limited vinyl LP by Gallic duo DZ Lectric + Anthon Shield. All the tracks - which are of course intense, serious and cold, oh so cold - are sourced from a 1985 cassette entitled ‘Confessions D’Un Masque’ and have been fully remas...view item »

Drexciya
Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller IV

Drexciya had an underground cult following with techno connoisseurs across the globe, despite never performing live, DJ’ing, remaining anonymous and unphotographed, and rarely giving interviews. They let the records speak for themselves. The concept was always aquatic and they created this fantasy realm occup...view item »

Visible Cloaks
Visible Cloaks

Musique Plastique’s souped-up reissue of Visible Cloaks’s self-titled 2014 cassette is out for another release run. The duo’s synthesis of synthetic FM tones, manipulated voices and mallet percussion recalls the releases of the short-lived but influential label Hippos In Tanks ...view item »

Denis Mpunga & Paul K
Criola

Music From Memory present an EP made up of a collection of tracks made by Denis Mpunga and Paul K that were initially spread out over several very rare compilations released in the 1980s. All put together with a few unreleased tracks from the master reels these tracks push together traditional African music with...view item »

Denis Mpunga & Paul K
Remixed

Mixing beats with Belian electronics, some of Denis Mpunga and Paul K’s work has been taken up by a load of producers and they’ve put together this remix compilation EP. With an added bonus unreleased track from the duo. Includes remixes from Prins Emanuel, Androo, ...view item »

Belmer (Fatima Yamaha)
Wildebeets EP

The deep-house-with-funky-lead-lines schtick has served Fatima Yamaha very well up to this point, but the Dutch producer clearly felt that it was time for a change. So he’s taken on a new moniker - Belmer - and dropped this new five-track EP. Wildebeets is more rough-and-ready than the FY stuff, a...view item »

Christian Loffler
Young Alaska

New one from the German producer reviewed in war-like conditions in the middle of the office with chuntering going on round my ears. The first track that rises above the cacophony is ‘Mt Grace’, the second track on the record where Loffler marries some neat electronics to a stretched out vocal sample which reminds me of something ...view item »

Aisha Devi
DNA Feelings

Danse Noire co-founder Aisha Devi drops the follow-up to Of Matter And Spirit via Houndstooth. In DNA Feelings, Devi has created a visceral LP which bends rave styles to her will. The manner in which the sounds of the club are re-purposed as platforms for Devi’s powerful ...view item »

Felicia Atkinson
Hand In Hand

Felicia Atkinson’s compositions are bewitchingly modern, combining academically leaning electronics (Hand In Hand was partly recorded at Stockholm’s EMS centre) with manipulated spoken-word that recalls the Youtube world of ASMR. Every aspect of Hand In Hand feels precisely placed, making for a powe...view item »

Forest Swords
DJ-Kicks

Matthew “Forest Swords” Barnes gets The Invitation from the !K7 crowd, a sure measure of success. The selections for his mix prove eclectic and certainly more interested in portraying a range of great music than a seamless, segued mix experience. You’ve got Kara-Lis Coverdale, David Too...view item »

Paul White
Rejuvenate

Previously known as the beatsmith who was, among other things, the architect of Danny Brown’s avant-rap masterpiece Atrocity Exhibition, Paul White...view item »

Kali Malone
Cast Of Mind

Drones for synthesiser and woodwind. The lazy thing to do would be to compare Cast of Mind to Ellen Arkbro's excellent For Brass and Organ. But I am lazy, so I will. Where Arkbro focussed on the analogue Kali Malone, juxtaposes it with the digital, allowing f...view item »

Instant Music
Instant Music

Kraftwerk inspired poppy post-punk from 80s Munich. Instant Music managed to do what so many Kraftwerk imitators failed to do, and made six fun (!) robotic tracks, including one where washing machine instructions are read out over samples of the machine in questions. Remaster released on ...view item »

Various
Outer Himalayan Presents

This collaborative release between Dark Entries and Sacred Bones sees them chronicling the output of British post-punk imprint Outer Himmalayan Records. Active in the late 70s and early 80s, the label’s 7” releases of bands The Magits, Soft Drinks an...view item »

Flame 1 (Burial & The Bug)
Fog / Shrine

A new collaboration landing, between night bus mystery man Burial and bass-weight Skeng supremo The Bug! For many fans of the UK bass music scene, this will be the collaboration of their dreams, and these two tracks under their Flame 1 handle do not disappoint in the slightest. These dense, smoky, dubbed out and deeply atmospheric...view item »

Christian Loffler
A Forest

Christian Loffler's brand of deliberately stunted IDM gasps for air, comprised of tinkering beats, momentary bursts of vocals that evoke John Talabot on fin and swirling synth that is in one blow propulsive and recessive. A Forest is gorgeous for how private a...view item »

Kraftwerk
Computer World

This is a great album that every electronics fan needs to have (along with every other Kraftwerk album). What amazes me most is that they use such simple lyrics yet totally convey their message. Considering the year this album was released it is also amazing that they could see so well into the future of how computers will be so important to us....view item »

OOoOO & Islamic Grrrls
Faminine Mystique

oOoOO, look who it is! Witch-house’s least Google-friendly artist is back after a few years away, and the return of Christopher Dexter Greenspan comes in the form of a collaborative LP with glumwaver Islamic Grrrls. Faminine Mystique - pronounced ‘famine in mystique’ i...view item »

DJ Earl
Open Your Eyes

DJ Earl is one of the premium Chicago footwork producers, and Open Your Eyes gives him a full 8 tracks to show off his powers. With scene guests including Moondoctor, Taso, ...view item »

Din A Testbild
Programm 2

Rare vintage German new wave, making synthesisers do avant-garde things since 1978. As well as the electronics, Programm 2 also features plenty of hefty industrial rhythms and noisy guitars: Din A Testbild did feature a member of Einstürzende Neubauten after all. Produced by Klaus Schulze...view item »

Design A Wave
Trick State Gesture

Design A Wave take us all into the future with their three-piece release, ‘Trick State Gesture’. The record has a hard-hitting melancholic and head-spinning vibe surrounding it, with gentle hints of something meandering that push through old-school electronica. Described as being &ls...view item »

Destroyer
Forces From Above (DJ johnedwardscollins@gmail.com remix)

One of the stand-out tracks from Destroyer’s recent Poison Season gets remixed by somebody going by the name DJ johnedwardcollins@gmail.com, who presents a maybe slightly unexpected techno reworking of the firmly song-based original material. The Forces From Above remix is pressed to whit...view item »

Dfalt
Dfalt

Available on vinyl or CD from Plug Research. For his first full length LA based Dfalt looks back to the beat pioneers of the 90s, bringing the swing and drive of a multitude of toys into the mix. Think of beatsmiths like Clams Casino and vocal bending like DJ Screw or Balam Acab...view item »

The Hug
Patio

This limited-edition, self-released record from The Hug is a 12-track extravaganza, sweeping effortlessly from beautiful melodia to hypnotic instrumentation. Synths, drum machines, loop pedals, field recordings and tape machines make up the building blocks of this beautiful album. Utterly worth the listen. ...view item »

David Ross
Stochastic Moods

David Ross picks up where Iannis Xenakis left off in the exciting world of stochastically-generated music, using chaos mathematics to chart unpredictable sounds. Stochastic Moods creates probing digital sound-spaces out of oscillators and filters, with thoroughly abstract results. LP from Cusp Editions....view item »

Venetian Snares x Daniel Lanois
Venetian Snares x Daniel Lanois

Well I would never have put them two together but it is definitely the former U2 and Bob Dylan producer collabing with breakcore nutcase Aaron Funk of Venetian Snares. Both are, though, Canadian and those lads stick together. Funk did the drums whilst Lanois added pedal steel and weaved the unli...view item »

Klaus Schulze
La Vie Electronique Volume 1.2

A further archival dose of synthesizer sound from Klaus Schulze, the hyper-productive German maestro. La Vie Electronique Volume 1.2 is a double LP set of rare (and even unreleased) material from Schulze’s early 70’s period, showcasing that beautiful organic Moog-work style. 2LP on One Way S...view item »

Syclops
Pink Eye

Once you get past the title, Pink Eye - the third LP from Maurice Fulton’s Syclops project - is a nice wedge of leftfield club fare. Alongside a band including Mim Suleiman, Fulton has produced eleven tunes that range from relatively straightforward bongo-techno workouts (‘S...view item »

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Abstractions

Conceived as a soundtrack to a film of visuals by the late Harry Everett Smith, Abstractions finds Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith zooming out a little bit. The single-track work sees Smith working with an array of modulars along with her well-worn Prophet 5 synthesiser to create this plaintive, oceanic ambi...view item »

L/F/D/M
Crocodiles in the Ceiling EP

Using his L/F/D/M alias, producer Richard Smith (who also works with Dom Butler of Factory Floor as Bronze Teeth and ...view item »

Birch Cooper
I Was A Teacher

We’ve got a very limited 12” here on Digitalis from Birch Cooper, who as far as I can tell is also in chanty spiritual psych-droners The Slaves, which would presumably make him from...view item »

Eomac
Reconnect

After a quiet 2017, Eomac returns with an LP that will either give you energy or send you insane. Drawing on Autechre, hardcore jungle, IDM, doom-techno and a bunch of other stuff your dad doesn’t think is ‘real music’, the eleven tracks of Reconnect are super-uncompromising and very a...view item »

µ-Ziq
Challenge Me Foolish

Here is a 'lost' album of Mike Paradinas's ahead-of-its-time project tapping into the same highly melodic, orchestrated electronic pieces that made his 'Royal Astronomy' album so remarkable. Seen as a sort of companion to that album, 'Challenge Me Foolish' is similarly uplifting creating a mood of gentle optimism with music that is both baroque ...view item »

Yellow Magic Orchestra
YMO USA & Yellow Magic Orchestra

The legendary Yellow Magic Orchestra’s classic debut album is available on vinyl again! A major synth-pop progenitor here: influential enough to be up there with Kraftwerk. Includes the well known single ‘Firecracker’. A significant (and very fun!) record, reissued on clear vinyl in an edition ...view item »

The Bug
Box ft. D Double E / Iceman ft. Riko Dan

The Bug gets busy with two of Grime’s most heavyweight microphone lords on this explosive 12” for Ninja Tune. Now I’m most definitely not an MC - but if I were; the two I would fear most in battle would most likely be D Double E an...view item »

Brainwaltzera
Remix EP

12" of remixes of tracks taken from Brainwaltzera's entire discography. Their name should give you a clue as to the sort of stuff this is, if the presence of Luke Vibert, didn't give it away. Intelligent Dance Music, Brain Dance, you get it. Also features Eva Geistt, Philipp Otterback...view item »

The Boats
Abstraction

The Boats’ Abstraction is pressed to translucent red vinyl, and interestingly packaged alongside some art cards in a transparent sleeve. The music however is far from see-through: instead, Abstraction is a thickly opaque wall of distortion and hammering beats. Limited to 300 copies on Other Ideas....view item »

Blackdown
Those Moments

Longtime champion of London-centric soundsystem music from dubstep to garage and grime, Blackdown makes a break from previous album bouts with regular cohort Dusk to present a more personal statement that deals in what the artist describes as a “weightless” LP. Trim, Dusk...view item »

Black Merlin
Proto World EP

Continuing the string of leftfield dance 12”s issued on Berceuse Heroique, Black Merlin’s beat-pointed soundscapes guide listeners into distant, yet commanding realms, switching worlds between tracks, yet always on the side of atmospheric unease. Four tracks of hypnotic material to transport and transfix....view item »

Bernard Fevre
Cosmos 2043

A classic cut of outsider French disco from the ‘70s cult hero Bernard Fevre. Cosmos 2043 brings to mind the ‘90s techno of the Rephlex lot. Funny that, since they were the ones to rediscover the work of this Parisian pioneer. Get to the source of their plunder here. Out on vinyl LP from Sound Obsession....view item »

Beattie Cobell
Treatment Works

Shuffling, dozey and psychedelic sound experimentation from London based live electronic duo Beattie Cobell. Rolling Analogue and digital worlds together, and born from free improvisations they juxtapose the cold and surgical tonal precision with gritty blurbs and rhythms. FFO Black Dice, Faust,...view item »

Pye Corner Audio
The Spiral

Another missive from the Head Technician of Pye Corner Audio, who's still beavering away with the sort of synth patterns that sound like they should soundtrack an 80s action movie. Bloopy sci-fi synth that is remarkable sought after despite it not being the right decade anymore. Out on Death Waltz Originals and s...view item »

Last Japan
LUNA

Last Japan’s long and fruitful relationship with Coyote Records (Chemist, Mella Dee) continues with this seven-track drop. LUNA is the producer’s lengthiest offering since 2014’s Ride With Us, and like that mixtape the cuts here alternate betw...view item »

rRoxymore / Bruce / Chekov
Patina Echoes Sampler

A nice mixed bag from Batu’s excellent Timedance imprint. Gearing up for the release of the label’s first compilation, Patina Echoes...view item »

Via Maris
Shelleys

New release from Via Maris released on cool DJ Beneath's record label, his first since releasing on cool label Livity Sound, and built for the likes of cool ex-club Plastic People. Shelleys is three tracks of bass heavy techno that still manage...view item »

Egyptian Lover
Egypt, Egypt

Egyptian Lover is an underrated 1980’s electro producer, whose work is being authoritatively compiled by Stones Throw next year. To set the scene for that, the label is releasing signature tune Egypt, Egypt (backed with ‘Girls’) on nothing less than white triangular (‘pyramid’) vinyl. What ...view item »

Mark Fell
n-Dimensional Analysis

Mute's Liberation Technologies imprint is shaping up to be quite a label with releases from King Felix (Laurel Halo), ...view item »

TCF
415C47197F78E811FEEB7862288306EC4137FD4EC3DED8B

Not only did it break our website layout, TCF's new 12" vinyl will also break your mind while you try to break the code. Don't miss this opportunity to purchase your very own Norwegian puzzle of art. The record is not, as they say, a record. It is the key to the puzzle that is its ridiculous title. ...view item »

Rose Kallal
Perseus

Tasty modular synth textures from Brooklyn-based Rose Kallal, her first release in several years but once again on We Can Elude Control. Being rather quietly intense dark ambient, it’s all thick and uneasy atmospheres filled with rumbling low-end hums, ominous distant noises and rumbling percussion. The modular side of thi...view item »

Ascion
Joy Dexon Club

This new release from Repitch Recordings co-bossman Ascion is described as a “mini LP”, as opposed to an EP. I can see why, as Joy Dexon Club’s six tracks have more of a narrative through-line than you’d expect from just a 12”. This is fast-blasting stuff, densely constructed acidic techno ...view item »

Various
Scopex 1998-2000

An essential box set that combines the legacies of Tresor and Scopex together, reissuing material from Simulant and Pollon. The basis of the release is drum machines and synth arpeggios, but the diversity of even this refined fragment of wider electronic music is clear, especial...view item »

Jan Jelinek & Computer Soup
Improvisations and Edits, Tokyo 26.09.2001

On the 26th September 2001 four men, Jan Jelinek and Computer Soup, sat on the floor of a Tokyo living room and improvised for three hours. They used a trumpet, and various toys and electronics. The group then edited separately, resulting in this, a weird and unique exploration of creativity....view item »

Jan Jelinek
Zwischen

The very last thing anybody wants in an interview is to be lost for words, caught off-guard, or to stumble over an expression. That’s why for this album, naughty Jan Jelinek isolated only such moments between words from interviews with twelve public figures, ranging from John Cage to Lady Gaga ...view item »

Aera
EP

Aera is Ralf Schmidt, a house music producer who really enjoys genres of music that are not house. Hence he integrates elements from the palettes of techno, electro and trance into his productions, resulting in vivid tracks that come at you from all angles. Thankfully, Schmidt has the skills to ...view item »

Lena Platonos
Gallop

Amazing Greek synth-pop, retrieved from the mid-1980s by Dark Entries. Lena Platonos was highly influential in Greek electronic circles, and we can see why: her instrumentals are inventively constructed, and her gorgeously detached Greek-language vocals float serenely above. Gallop is a great record....view item »

AEVA
Dramatic Sunset

Debut release right here from AEVA, a project from animator Dan Jacobs who is involved with the likes of Glad Hand and Makeness, on a brand new London-based label, so much newness, wow. I had the pleasure of catching his live show at Leeds’ CHUNK earlier in the year and I was promptly whisked away into a world of slippery beats and fragmen...view item »

Sign Libra
Closer To The Equator

Ahh, Libras. Passionate. Gentle. Loving. Into ballet. At least, this particular Libra is. Sign Libra is an alias of Latvian composer Agata Melnikova, and Closer To The Equator is a concept-heavy EP of music initially composed for a ballet at the Latvian National Opera. It draws on the sound world of BBC...view item »

Liaisons Dangereuses
Liaisons Dangereuses

Soulsherriff Records reissue this famed slice of 1981 synth-punk action, the self-titled debut of Liaisons Dangereuses. Liaisons Dangereuses broadcast their sound from Germany (though lyrics dip into French and Spanish) and were picked up especially clearly in certain parts of the USA, like Detroit and Chicago.....view item »

Vito Ricci
I Was Crossing a Bridge

Vito Ricci, another under-appreciated cool-dude of the mid-80’s New York underground scene. Only a few releases ever put out by the guy in the first place, and you’d better believe they are hard to find. Thankfully, Music From Memory are bringing out this double LP compilation! I Was Crossing a Bridge shows ...view item »

Starship Commander Wooooo Wooooo
Mastership

Inexplicably, back in the 1980s, a steel mill worker from Missouri called Omer Coleman Junior begun driving around town in a souped-up space age car and introducing himself to people as Starship Commander Wooooo Wooooo (proving, if proof was ever needed that two 'o's is never enough). In his spare time, he made electronic funk music over which h...view item »

The Abstract Eye
Cool Warm Divine EP

Electro-soul and techno with a melodic swing in its step and a twinkle in the eye, from The Abstract Eye. Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker -- also known as Gifted and Blessed -- has crafted a cool 5-track EP using his array of vintage instruments. He's somehow managed to mix ancient spirituality into his lumino...view item »

D.K.
Distant Images

Antinote’s resident house music romancer D.K. is back with a new five track EP that furthers his smooth and sexy drift into 80s tinged splendour, where the island breeze is gentle and the sun sets slow. This is fantasy music for true dreamers, with synth voices that ring out clear and true to tug at the heartstrings and pi...view item »

Various / Lena Willikens
Selectors 005

Salon des Amateurs resident Lena Willikens becomes the latest artist to contribute to Dekmantel’s Selectors series. As opposed to previous releases, Selectors 005 puts the emphasis on new material. The music is as diverse as Willikens’s DJ sets - among other things we get weightless...view item »

Al Chem
Weird Fiction

First full-length album from Al Chem, whose take on dub music is filtered through many layers of hazy electronics to become something else. Weird Fiction feels woozy and pressurised, like the mix could seep apart at any moment, a vibe that makes for enticing listening. Deep atmosphere stuff, released by Art Yard....view item »

Group A
Group A

This 3-track debut EP is a powerful statement of intent from from Berlin-via-Tokyo experimental synth duo group A. Proclaiming their sound a "non-stop wave of avant-garde noise", the pair have created an industrial-soaked, highly political record which rails against capitalism through a wall of almost indecipherable vocals ...view item »

L​.​O​.​A
In Your Cities, What About Feelings?

Fascinating project for which Dave Saved and NPLGNN, as L.O.A, have cut together and edited recordings of parties held in Naples between 2001 - 2003. As much as it's a piece of sound art, this is a work of archival, a museum on a cassette. Hidden amid the chopping and the screwing...view item »

Boards of Canada
Twoism

Warp kindly re release Boards Of Canada's Twoism which is most good of 'em as there were only 100 copies of the original pressing and it was going for hundreds of quids on Ebay. Recorded in 1995 this was their 1st proper release and was recorded before the Hi Scores EP. Y...view item »

Boards of Canada
Music Has The Right To Children

Boards of Canada’s legendary debut LP tapped charmingly into its generation’s nostalgia for dodgy TV reception, public service announcements and unforgettable classroom mnemonics. It did so within a contemporary framework of analogue synthesisers and hip-hop rhythms, with a great ear for groove and melody. Today, the...view item »

Boards of Canada
The Campfire Headphase

The long awaited Boards of Canada album is here and as we work in a record shop we have already had hours and hours of discussion about its triumphs and pitfalls. So I'm virtually all talked out about it already. The initial impression was of something blander and more mainstream than their previous relea...view item »

Andrew Weatherall
Qualia

Andrew Weatherall is back already for another album, which means the less danceable Andy is out to play. Well, that's how the press release made it sound anyway; the previews tell a different story. Hoga Nord provide hosting duties this time, bringing his latest soothing, major-key opus to wax, complete with its references to such opposing poles...view item »

Fossil Aerosol Mining Project
August 53rd

Enigmatic American Midwest sound archaeologists Fossil Aerosol Mining Project return to The Helen Scarsdale Agency with more stirring collages of processed sonic detritus from the late 20th Century. Opening with a brief snapshot of a desolate post-industrial landscape which abruptly halts and what appears to be old news reel dialogue, po...view item »

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