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Eric Copeland
Flushing Meats

Eric Copeland of Black Dice fame returns with another choppy experimental glitch-psych 7”, this time for  the Calico Corp. ‘Flu...view item »
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Christina Vantzou
Nº1 Remixes / Nº1 Film

This limited edition CD+DVD set includes a 47-minute film by Christina Vantzou exclusive to the DVD. The films are set to the entire audio of her wonderful 'No. 1' album which was released on Kranky back in October 2011. Also included is a CD of remixes of tracks from that album, featuring a stellar line-up of artists including; Koen Holtka...view item »


DJ Spooky presents Phantom Dancehall
Phantom Dancehall

This innovative 9-track EP from DJ Spooky – out on limited-edition coloured vinyl via VP Records – features vocal performances from Walshy Fire, Sanjay and Lady Saw, underpinned by innovative electronica and adventurous reggae. Expect layered instrumentals, and contemporary riffs on classic dancehall grooves. ...view item »


Coldcut x On-U Sound
Outside The Echo Chamber

Check this out: a remarkable collaboration between the legendary Coldcut and the legendary producer Adrian Sherwood (aka On-U Sound)! And that’s not all: Outside The Echo Chamber also contains guest spots from the heavyweight likes of Roots Manuva and Lee ...view item »


Carol
Breakdown / So Low

Weyrd Son reissue some long lost 80s no-wave synth experimentation on vinyl 7”. Breakdown and Low by Carol were first released in 1982 and are both blissfully slow and atmospheric cold wave classics. The synthesizers are cheap, the drum machines are always distorted and th...view item »


Muslimgauze
Drugsherpa

The Muslimgauze reissue series shows no sign of abating, with the late Bryn Jones's massive back catalogue being pored over in more detail than ever before it seems. One of the coolest reissues to spring from this series to date is this expanded version of 'Drugsherpa'. What was originally released as a single-track 27-minute mini album now sees...view item »


Various
E123 EP

Sähkö Recordings sub-label Puu (Jimi Tenor, Soft Focus, try not to laugh at the name) presents a various-artists selection. E123 is made up of four pieces of gently-bobbing downtempo electro. Ni Ko and Jarno Valli impress the ...view item »


Best Available Technology
Excavated Tapes 1992-1999, Vol. 3

Dig into the past works of Best Available Technology (aka Kevin Palmer from Portland) with this third set of rescued archive materials. Excavated Tapes 1992 - 1999, Vol. 3 contains six extracts, all of them unpretentiously titled according to whatever note to himself Kevin had written o...view item »


Primitive Art
Crab Suite

Arcola Records is having a good 2018. The label has already scored hits with drops from Nkisi, Jamal Moss, Basic Rhythm...view item »


Arp
Zebra

Alexis Georgopoulos presents his fourth album as Arp, a name I can only assume must refer to a beloved synthesiser. The feel of Zebra is very much of that 80’s period where old and new influences from around the world were being mixed and melded into shiny new fourth world shapes. It’s also ...view item »


Floex & Tom Hodge
A Portrait of John Doe feat. Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

Yeah man, it’s one of them DJ / classical music collaborations. Techno man Floex has teamed up with composer and instrumentalist Tom Hodge, with the backing of Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra to create A Portrait of John Doe, a melange of beats, strings, synths, woodwinds, and muc...view item »


Johnny Jewel
Themes For Television

He’s prolific, that Johnny Jewel. Despite running Italians Do It Better and being in Chromatics, he still manages to find time to turn out an impressive amount of solo material. No sooner has the dust settled on Jewel’s January LP Digital Rain than we get Themes For Tele...view item »


Prefuse 73
Sacrifices

Last spotted writing an album called 'Lady Parts' as Fudge, it feels like time Scott Heron got back to doing what he's best at. After many years of output he still has great production chops and though we have absolutely zero information about this album we're sure it will be as much anticipated as all his previous work. &n...view item »


Sote
Persian Electronic Music Volume 2 / Sacred Horror In Design

A new one from the most intense and hardcore mixer of all time, Sacred Horror In Design sees Sote follow-up the unbelievable and unprecedented Hardcore Sounds from Tehran. This record comes as a commission for Sote, who is joined by Arash Bolouri and Behrouz Pashaei, th...view item »


Ōgon Batto
Hedoro

Its Ogon Batto! The name of the game from this Belgian is a highly synthetic synthesis of Japanese-style sounds, put together with synthesisers and often suggesting a surrealistic video game. Hedoro ...view item »


Lena Platonos
Lepidoptera

Reissue of the ‘mother of Greek electronica’ by Dark Entries here. Originally released in 1986, the pianist-turned-composer Lena Platonos conceived Lepidoptera as a record of avant-pop. Full of stylistic left-turns - dinky nature documentary soundtrack one minute, Devo-meets...view item »


Bill Laswell / Nicholas James Bullen
Bass Terror

You know that when Bill Laswell (of Painkiller and a thousand heavy production jobs) and Nicholas James Bullen (of Scorn and bloody Napalm Death) threaten Bass Terror, they are going to deliver on that threat. These two pieces are dense with low-end thr...view item »


Richard Wahnfried
Time Actor

Time Actor is credited to Richard Wahnfried, who you’ve probably never heard of, right? So why bother listening to Time Actor...view item »


Daedelus
Of Snowdonia & Something Bells

While Daedelus might now have built a whole scene in his image, back in the early 2000s he was still working towards that whole mad-genius post-bap thing. 2003’s Of Snowdonia LP, and the shorter Something Bells that was released the following year, both represent significant steps in his artistic progress...view item »


The Future Sound Of London
Environment Five

Always good to see a nice pair of pylons on a record sleeve. This record consists of thirteen new recordings by the leftfield dance experimentalists. They have already released four in the environments series consisting of archive recordings but this is the first one to contain new stuff. They say they are exploring the space/time/dimension that...view item »


David Tagg
PILL SERIES USB

This release from David Tagg is released on a USB stick packaged within a pill box that promises ‘Sleeping Pills’. But PILL SERIES USB carries the conceit beyond that: the musical contents are in fact intended to soothe the listener to sleep, over the course of 8 hours of ambience. Only 21 copies of this unu...view item »


Steven Rutter
BrainFog

Coloured vinyl klaxon! Double-disc alarm! Kickass artwork alert! If you're not already sold, a quick listen to the latest release from Steven Rutter—head honcho at FireScope Records—will do it. With 12 tracks of melancholic grooves, stomping techno and nods to classic hip-hop, 'BrainFog' travels from introspective do...view item »


Michal Turtle feat. HOVE
Middle of the Road Less Travelled

80s electro tinkerer Michal Turtle has seen a renewed interest in his music in recent years, with Music From Memory reissuing a number of records from his back catalogue. Now Light Of Other Days sees him team up with guitarist Hove for this EP of gentle deep house and Balearic b...view item »


Various
Movements

Touch are a label blessed with a wonderful roster of regular / irregular contributors, so any kind of compilation from them is well worthy of attention. Movements contains brand new and exclusive tracks from thirty-three artists, with weighty names like Jim O’Rourke, Mika Vainio, Chris Wat...view item »


Immersion
Analogue Creatures Living on An Island

Immersion is a project by Colin Newman of Wire and Malka Spigel of Githead. It was shelved just before 2000 and has now been brought back on Newman’s Swim imprint. Analogue Creatures Living on An Island is glorious synthetic dream pop that lacks s...view item »


EXTNDDNTWRK
Untld

Exit, end, do no twerk. Extension double D, not work. Is this album called Untld for Untold or for Untitled? Andrew Fearn’s moniker raises more questions than feet with this scary and paranoid 10”. There’s only a few going around, so don’t miss out. Extended Network. Maybe that’s i...view item »


Floex
Gone



Antoni Maiovvi
Interior / Exterior

Italo-synth throwback merchant Antoni Maiovvi’s ‘Interior’ and ‘Exterior’ are exemplary renderings of … well, throwback Italo-synth. As grandiose as the cover art, each track swells and ebbs with gorgeous arpeggios, skittering synth stabs and snappy melodies. Out on the ever-reliable ...view item »


Arovane
Aarlenpeers EP

After a break of 9 years, Arovane returned to the world of recordstores in 2013 with Ve Palor. Now he is confirming his return with Aarlepeers, which, as far as we know, will be a continuation of the soultouching IDM we’ve grown accustomed to -- but perhaps with a little more bite, a bit sharper corners....view item »


Golden Teacher
G.D.D.B.

Since they formed in the early 2010s, Glaswegian group Golden Teacher have ascended to the top of the UK’s dance-punk pile. It’s not happened by accident - the band's mixture of NYC punk-funk ala ESG/Liquid Liquid, acid influences and DIY spirit is an irresistible combo. G.D.D.B....view item »


The Fires of Ork
The Fires of Ork

The Fires Of Ork is a collaboration between great ambient talent Biosphere and synth-explorer (and Klaus Schulze collaborator) Pete Namlook. Their two albums were released in 1993 and 2000, but you can get all of that material in one convenient package here on this two disc CD r...view item »


XIII
Eocity

Sound artist XIII returns to Gang of Ducks (Shit & Shine, My Panda Shall Fly) for this eerie EP. Eocity was made predominantly with a Yamaha ex5r, a piece of hardware which intended to mimic the vibrations and timbral quirks of the acoustic instruments it was aping....view item »


The Pattern Forms
Peel Away The Ivy

Collaborative project between Edward Gibson and Edward Macfarlane of Friendly Fires, and Jon Brooks of Hintermass. The Pattern Forms is 80s soundtrack inspired, from heart warming ballads, to city nighttime drives, to youthful exuberance, loved ...view item »


The Focus Group
Stop-Motion Happening

Ghost Box founder Julian House returns with more psychedelic sound collages, though in a way more in line with the Avalanches than Schaeffer. This unpredictable journey is playful and psychedelic, referencing saturday morning kids TV, Italian horror movies and Eastern European animation. ...view item »


TLC Fam
Isbethelo seGqom

For anyone that’s been living under a rock for the past two years - Gqom Oh! Is a label dedicated to to the Gqom music of Durban, South Africa. You could lose days of your life tracking down this stuff online and downloading it. At this point - the label's fifth release, I ha...view item »


Brendon Anderegg
June

After being one half of electronic music project Mountains with Koen Holtkamp, composer Brendon Anderegg began his solo career in the late ‘90s. His return to recording begins with June, a calming work reminiscent of Bernard Parmegiani, Tangerin...view item »


Nonturn
Territory

Territory is the soundtrack to the streets of Tokyo. Nozom Yoneda, as Nonturn made field recording in the city and collated them to produce an idealised vision of his city. Yoneda has had a go at just about every style of music and has drawn on the diversity of his experience to a produce a work that i...view item »


Mark Fell
Intra

Having heard this and enjoyed the serene state of mind it left me in, I thought I’d wait for the absolute right moment and headspace to write about it. So I sit down in front of the computer with a cup of Yorkshire Tea and then BOOM. I thought it was a freakin’ earthquake, but no, the bastard neighbour has only gone and hired some ma...view item »


Marsesura / Uwalmassa / Wahono
Animisme

Animisme is a collaborative release between Berlin’s DISK and Indonesian collective DIVISI62. Three members of the Jakarta-based crew contribute here - Uwalmassa takes two tracks, Marsesura and Wahono each get one - and demonstrate a shared style ...view item »


Rasmus Hedlund
Intet Efter Allt

Finnish label Ljudverket make it into double-figures courtesy of another drop by Rasmus Hedlund. The four tunes of Intet Efter Allt (Nothing After All) are icy affairs that bring together big-room techno, acid-techno, dub-techno and a few other strands of that there techno. Sombre synths and mi...view item »


Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook
The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol. 1

The legendary Klaus Schulze and his similarly synth-toting pal Pete Namlook loved their Pink Floyd, like any good psychedelic travellers would, and they carried this inspiration over to their Dark Side Of The Moog series. These ain’t covers though: the material here on Volume ...view item »


Bambounou
Parametr Perkusja

Parisian party guy Bambounou’s first new release in about three years is also his debut on Don’t DJ’s DISK. In keeping with other DISK fare, Parametr Perkusja is a record of minimal left-field techno characterised by unusual and innovative rhythm tracks. Case in point:...view item »


Bogdan Dražić
Dangnabbit

He means dagnabbit, but that’s fine. Bogdan Drazic may only have a couple of releases on Giallo Disco to his name thus far, but his sound comes fully-formed on his debut release for Will Bankhead’s The Trilogy Tapes. Dangnabbit continues in the vein of recen...view item »


Andrea Benini
Drumphilia Vol. 1

Drumphilia Vol. 1, the first in a proposed series, is true to the promise of its title, in that this material is all about rhythmic and percussive sound sources. Although the definition of ‘drum’ has been stretched by Andrea Benini...view item »


Morphology
Traveller

Morphology are a duo from Finland, but they are looking to outer space. Right from its title and airlock cover art, Traveller sets a strong tone of vintage space-electro, with lush pads, propulsive acidy basslines and the crucial high-energy drum patterns. Deep stuff over ten tracks and two vinyl LPs. On FireScope Recor...view item »


Kore
Hidden Pathways

Here's a lovely tape of woozy acid techno business on the ever reliable Wil-Ru imprint. There's an interesting mixture of liquid synth wobbles and dinky little melodies, laid up against crisp and often fast-paced beats. On one hand it's reasonably propulsive and danceable, but on the other it's sleepy and gentle and as relaxing as a warm bath....view item »


Various
Fractures

Fractures is a collection of new material from artists like The Rowan Amber Mill and The British Space Group, who have immersed themselves in the hauntological-pastoral vibes of 1973. Published as 2 different hand-made editions, a Ni...view item »


Elian
Harrowgate

Some shadowy sounds from Elian. Harrowgate is the new five tracker from American producer Michael Duane Ferrell. Hes delving into the sonic pallet, blending white-noisey fuzz with tripped out synths and ominous atmospherics. Going deep into the ocean or far out into space, he's looking for something ...view item »


TimeDog
Objects of Mind

The debut album by Glaswegian ambient musician Pete Burton. Ethereal electronic music ranging from ambient, drone to experimental percussion structures with a hint towards the kosmische Zeitgeist. All guitars, synths and percussion instruments played by Pete Burton, with a strong focus on live improvisation. Pete is stronlgy ...view item »


The Third Eye Foundation
Semtex

The Third Eye Foundation’s legendary slice of shoegaze-inspired drum ‘n' bass is finally reissued by Ici d'Ailleurs. Semtex’s brutal, dense and anti-establishment music blends harsh breakbeat rhythms and melancholy samples to create something that still sounds unique 20 years later. It feels a ...view item »


wosX
Brasil World Cup 2034

Dystopian vaporwave for pitch-shifted Orwellian ears, this new tape on Dream Catalogue sees wosX imagine a future in which Brazil once again hosts the world cup, albeit in a "war-torn South America". It's a record of saunteringly monotonous synth that speaks to the hardvapour aesthetic, implying harshness through pop music slowed into subliminal...view item »


Winged Ma’at
The 42 Negative Confessions of Wingéd Ma’at

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The Orb
No Sounds Are Out of Bounds

After two techno albums for Kompakt, The Orb’s main man Alex Patterson wanted to create something more expansive and less predictable. He was keen to work with more people and use more vocals too. The result is No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds, The electronic duo’s guest-heavy 15th album. It features gues...view item »


Death In Vegas
Honey

Death In Vegas continue their collaborations with Sasha Grey with the sleek dark electro pop of Honey, which is sure to delight fans of the group. ...view item »


Red Fetish
A Derangement Of Synapses

Red Fetish come from humble Stoke in the UK but the sound produced sounds more like it was knocked up on a space shuttle, somewhere around the moon. A Derangement of Synapses sees the two band members tinkering away on some classic Korg and Yamaha instruments to make some lo-fi Human League type...view item »


Various / I.B.M
Reflection Series #3

Jamal Moss, the human being behind the Hieroglyphic Being, applies his special techno technique to three tunes by Public Image Limited, Kissing The Pink and Bigod 20. Perhaps not what you might expect Jamal to be delving into, but of course he t...view item »


DJ Richard
Dies Iræ Xerox

House bloodsucker DJ Richard returns with another record of sublimity in Dies Irae Xerox. As if Grind wasn't already unsettling enough, it looks like this one's going to continue to be bright sparks of light from dank dour corners, another record of groovy hope from a producer who can't...view item »


Various
The Originators

If you want the lowdown on the Gqom sound, the Gqom Oh! label is the best source for you, having basically introduced us to the South African genre with their compilation in 2016. Here they bring 5 tracks from some of the forms most prominent producers, including DJ Lag, Sbucardo, and Griffit Vigo...view item »


SND
EP2 / newtables (Special Extended Edition)

Rewind some 15 years and I can clearly recall the original of ‘newtables’ landing in the record shop I was working in at the time. It distinctly stood out among the barrage of loopy Jeff Mills worshipping techno fodder that was happening at that time. Baby Ford / ...view item »
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Various
Love Means Taking Action Remixes

The latest album from Posh Isolation prime dude Loke Rhabek’s Croatian Amor project gets handed over to a bunch of pals including Félicia Atkinson and Age Coin for remixing. The ambient-synth-melancholy tone of the original album lends itself to all sorts of interes...view item »


Thought Broadcast
Social Acid

Thought Broadcast are an industrial, post-punk band which create dissonant, churning sounds and Social Acid is perhaps the  most raw album yet. Comprising of crunching machinery type noises, Social Acid is dark and experimental and unlike anything else you’ll hear this year. Limited to 100 cas...view item »


Various
Bedroom Club III

The No Pain In Pop label have something of a showcase with this release, the third in their compilation series. Bedroom Club III contains six tracks from bright new electronic artists, including Throwing Shade, Sim Hutchins and Jire. All produce inventive tracks, slipping in ...view item »


Japan Blues
Sells His Record Collection

As an NTS Radio presenter, Japan Blues is well placed to be an authority on the Asian music he has been collecting for years. While he has compiled mixtapes in the past, Sells His Record Collection is a new creative work built from a voluminous library of music samples, field recordings and other elements. An LP full of...view item »


Various
The Minimal Wave Tapes Volume One

The Minimal Wave Tapes.. A double LP on Stones Throw which we've been keenly anticipating. The CD we give less of a shit about because we're snobby, but it does exist. As you might've guessed this is a compilation covering the generally minimal, frequently quite chilly DIY synth scene of the 1980s in both Europe and North America, territory well co...view item »


D'Marc Cantu / Black Meteoric Star
Split Concept

Traxx’s Nation label is always a sure thing when it comes to odd variations on the blueprint of rugged hardware house music, and the pairing of D’Marc Cantu and Black Meteoric Star on this split release is a prime example. Cantu is actually in a relatively restrained mode here, burro...view item »


Tessela / Lanark Artefax
Blue 01

It is the repress of the first Whities Blue, my dudes. Whities has already garnered a reputation as one of the best new labels in the British clubsphere off the back of drops by Avalon Emerson, Minor Science, Kowton and more. Lanark Artefax (Whities 011...view item »


Richard Riggs
Karoshi

On this cassette Richard Riggs has constructed a series of bleak dystopian drones which, according to the press release at least, evoke "the ruins, tendrils, vines and flora of a possible future in which the triumph of vegetation is total", and considering that the tracks have names like 'Half Rusted, Half Collapsed', 'The Waterless Flood' and '...view item »


Young Marble Giants
Colossal Youth

Young Marble Giants made just one album but it was a solid gold classic. Colossal Youth pretty much invented the fact that you could play songs slow and quietly with minimal instrumentation. It's a brilliant patchwork on clicking drum machines, ticking guitars and comical organs. Topped off of course by Alison Statton's...view item »


Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland
Black Is Beautiful

Looks like it's my responsibility to come up with some insights into the current output from Dean Blunt And Inga Copeland a.k.a Hype Williams. Kinda curious as to why they're not using their proper name anymore. It'd be sad if...view item »


The Black Dog
Black Daisy Wheel

Beloved electro-grumps The Black Dog are back with a pair of distinct albums on the theme of dismal, hysterical post-truth media society. Black Daisy Wheel tackles its dystopian theme in a subdued, ambient style, with uneasy textures and characteristically gloomy synths drifting about. Occasional beats find their way in...view item »


You + Your D. Metal Friend
Sonnier

Cico Beck and Markus Acher of the Notwist have teamed up as You + Your D. Metal Friend to create something of consistent, delicate beauty, in “Sonnier”. Tickled analogue synth, gently tinkling percussion under soft mallets and warm, undulating bass all combine over the course of the six ‘Sonnie...view item »
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Mika Vainio
Lydspor One & Two (Blue TB7 Series)

Taken from the recordings the late Mika Vainio made on his visit to the Moog Sound-lab in 2015, it's Lydspor One & Two. Lydspor is Danish for soundtrack, and here -- available for the first time, on two sides of vinyl and CD edition -- are the tracks documenting Vainio's tinkerings with the prototype Moog Modular Sy...view item »


LCC
Bastet

LCC (or Las CasiCasiotone) return to Editions Mego with their second full length album. Bastet continues in the experimental ambient vein of D Evolution utilising field recordings and an array of electronic manipulation, this time with focus on human rituals and movement. For fans of Th...view item »


Vincent
Fast Forward

Information on this one has been kept close to the chest. The mysterious Vincent released this EP on cassette in 1987, and Music From Memory have managed to dig it out for a vinyl repress. Who is it? Well if you like your electro 80s and your Yamaha RX grooves pushed out to the max, this one’s for you. Morning Love...view item »


Vanligt Folk
Palle Bondo

Baffling and haunting material from hardly-classifiable electro-creeps Vanligt Folk. Palle Bondo was written as a critique of the social stigmas of disability. In particula...view item »


Underspreche
Invito Alla Danza Part 2

Underspreche (who, despite the German name, are Italian) are releasing a full-length album on Optimo Trax, though it is cunningly disguised as a set of EPs by being released separately. Invito Alla Danza (this is part 2) is a vivid set of electronic movement material, four tracks full of original thinking and hard-bounc...view item »


Torn Hawk
Wormquest

Coming at ya from waaaaay over on the other side, Torn Hawk makes their debut outing on the Unknown To The Unknown label with Wormquest. Over the four tracks on this wax there will be some funky mechanical stuff, techno reinforced with guitars and a hefty dose of floor-filling ins...view item »


Air Max '97
Nacre

Debut album from DJ and producer Air Max '97. I should say that he'd been using that name for years before every student in the UK started wearing them again. Nacre's tracks are beautifully sound designed and constructed, bringing a genuine heartfelt emotion that is all too uncommon in the electronic m...view item »


Seahawks
Eternal Beams

New Age relax-o-trons and prolific musicians Seahawks follow up their critically lauded Escape Hatch LP with Eternal Beams. Two sides of exploratory music that make you feel nestled, comfortable and at peace before revitalising you, via pulsating sounds, dolphin noises and good vibes. LP and CD on Ocean Moon,...view item »


Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook
The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol. 2

The legendary Klaus Schulze and his similarly synth-toting pal Pete Namlook loved their Pink Floyd, like any good psychedelic travellers would, and they carried this inspiration over to their Dark Side Of The Moog series, of which this is Volume Two. Subtitled A Saucerful o...view item »


X-Altera
X-Altera

Tadd Mullinix is a man seemingly incapable of settling on a name. Despite releasing under a range of aliases (Dabrye, Charles Manier) and being involved with plenty of groups down the years, the nominative glutton has gone and gobbled up yet another new moniker. X-Altera, it wou...view item »


Hieroglyphic Being
The Replicant Dream Sequence (Blue PA14 Series)

Following up his loving tribute to all things innovative in the jazz world from classic Blue Note records onwards on 'The Red Notes', Jamal Moss releases The Replicant Dream Sequence (Blue PA14 Series) under his foremost Hieroglyphic Being alias.  Moss visited the late Bob Moog's Sound...view item »


Egyptian Lover
1983–1988

Stones Throw let us into the funky, sleazy and futuristic world of electronic pioneer Egyptian Lover, with this four LP box-set. 1983 - 1988 covers the Lover’s most prolific and exciting period and contains more electro beats, vocodered vocals and analogue synthesizers than you c...view item »


R. Karim
Object of Unknown Provenance

R. Karim’s name is as mysterious as his music. It does not tell us anything, especially not about this pretty little tape. It’s filled with his own recordings done on the side, for an unreleased film. Object of Unknown Provenance is like a plane built for flight, but now functioning as a submarine: enigmatic...view item »


Ambienti Coassiali
Vol. 1 - Room 1-6

In the late 1980s, armed with nothing but a Yamaha DX7 and a Revox A77 tape machine, the Italian ambient/concrète duo Capricorni Pneumatici produced this remarkable work of chillaxed FM synthesis under the name Ambienti Coassiali. This vinyl & DVD reissue makes this lush material available for the fir...view item »


Spectres
WTF

I mean what in God's name is going on here? There's just 250 of these and you get a 12" on 'windscreen' vinyl, with an air freshener, bag of sand etc etc.  The record takes a look back at their previous 'Condition' LP with one track lifted from the opus and a scattering of remixes from the likes of Metrist and Yeah You and Giant Swan folks....view item »


Toresch
Essen Fur Alle

Toresch are an international trio sculpting neo-industrial electronic jams out of stern drum machines, cold vocals and plenty of who-knows-what noises. With experience DJ-ing in Düsseldorf and in a band with Klaus Dinger spread among the group, it’s no surprise that debut release Essen Fur Alle...view item »
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Tongue
How Nice It Is

Don't Delay, bringers of the excellent AEVA 12" from earlier this year, are back for a second round of wax disc pressing. This time, it's courtesy of Tongue, a combo of 2 trombones, vocals and electronics, bringing the elephant sound, delicate drones and choral-electronic duets to your ears. Anything could happen....view item »


Teisco
Tuscan Castle And Country Seat

Italian library music is full of strange treasures, but here’s one that particularly stands out. Tuscan Castle and Country Seat, put together in 1978 for a TV documentary by the young composer Teisco, is full of psychedelic electronics and krauty guitars and rhythms, assembled in ways that seem far too attention-g...view item »


Lowfish
Hypersensitivity EP

After a few years of lying low (pun very much intended), Lowfish returns to the fray with six fine-tuned electro jams. The tracks on Hypersensitivity aren’t out to reinvent the wheel, just offer good old fashioned club fodder to get loose to of an evening. Perky synths and crisp 808s abound, and the likes of &lsqu...view item »


Brokenchord
Endless Transmission

Brokenchord is Ernestas Kaušylas, a Lithuanian composer who here collaborates with drummer Augustas Baronas trained in jazz disciplines; it's a record that hinges on the straightforwardly songful electronics of Bonobo and Radiohead&nb...view item »


Steve Moore
Zen Spiders / Lwaxana

Synthesizer virtuoso Steve Moore pops up all over the place: Static Caravan, L.I.E.S, Cuneiform, Death Waltz, Kompakt...view item »


Steffi
Waking States

This two-track release from Steffi contains songs that can be played at full blast in a club at 4am, or when you're just wanting to escape for a little while into some atmospheric electronic music. Waking States is a fine balance of party and downtime, and is a limited edition release on Ostgut Ton. ...view item »


Plant43
From Deep Streams

Having worked in a variety of electronic territories over the years, with plenty of electro bangers to his name, Plant43 is now giving ambient electronic music a punt. The kind of melodies and harmonies heard in past releases now get lots of space to shine, woven through luscious calming synth lines. From Deep Streams i...view item »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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