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Floating Points
Late Night Tales

Late Night Tales is a popular series of albums where one artist will curate an album’s worth of material suitable for late night listening. This time it’s the turn of neuroscientist Sam Shepard AKA electronic whizz Floating Points. He mixes tracks by Sarah Davachi, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Residents and more. It also includes his own version of a Kenny Wheeler track and a spoken word piece by wor Lauren Laverne off the radio, like.  LP and CD on Late Night Tales.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Matthew Herbert Big Band
The State Between Us

Matthew Herbert Big Band mix jazz and electronica on a really big scale. The State Between Us was inspired by the Brexit vote and the fall out that followed. It’s an ambitious project involving more than 1000 musicians from the EU showing that we are stronger in collaboration. Anticipate a rival remain big band imminently. On Accidental.

Pentagram Home Video
Who's Here? I'm Here, You're Here

Pentagram Home Video has released an album chock-full of sleazy acid-inspired bangers. Each track has been unleashed in 'orrible sticky-floored basement clubs up and down the land. Listen for the downtempo thump of 'Who's Here? I'm Here, You're Here' and the dark acid meanderings of 'Precinct Nite'. For fans of Throbbing Gristle and Paranoid London. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Eleh
Home Age 2

More delicious pure-sound from the mysterious maestro Eleh. Synthesisers are used to channel colossally deep drones from the far atmosphere, through on Home Age 2 these sounds are joined by piano, bass and organ as well (but will you know when you hear them?). Very immersive and gorgeous work as ever from Eleh, on Important Records.

Abul Mogard
And We Are Passing Through Silently

Abul Mogard does great stuff with his synthesiser(s), and And We Are Passing Through Silently presents a particular corner of his practice: his elaborate reworkings (to call them ‘remixes’ doesn’t feel quite right) of other people’s tracks. Aisha Devi and Becoming Animal are two of those who get the Mogard treatment, and the results are lush. Out on Houndstooth.

Andrew Hung
Realisationship Instrumentals

I’m guessing that the cover this album is what Aladdin Sane-era David Bowie would look like if he was really tired and just couldn't be bothered. Anyway, this is the instrumental version of Andrew Hung’s Relationship album called….wait for it….Relationship Instrumentals. As Fuck Buttons are the kind of thing that go down well in these parts, I’m sure this will too. On Lex.
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  • Lex

Krikor
Saudi

After an extremely limited cassette run on Low Jack’s Editions Gravats back in 2017, Krikor’s Saudi now gets a vinyl pressing courtesy of Long Island Electrical Systems (Svengalisghost, Simoncino). The sides of Saudi were originally made for a French TV documentary that focussed on the questionable dealings of the Saudi royal family, and Krikor makes sure to instil his music with plenty of murk and shade. Grainy ambiences evolve into eerie minimal synth numbers, Balearic beats bang a little too loud for comfort, and Krikor generally makes you sit up and pay attention.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Eric Copeland
Trogg Modal Vol. 2

It’s yr ex-Black Dice boy Eric Copeland, presenting further wonky weird-dance jams for our collective pleasure. Trogg Modal Vol. 2 is the slightly less frantic of the two Trogg volumes, but it's still a joy for Copeland fans: lots of colourful sounds and rhythms squirming around each other with much joy. On DFA.
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  • DFA
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Lamin Fofana
Brancusi Sculpting Beyonce

How do approach the dire state of contemporary global affairs in art without doing so in a way that’s literal and reductive? It’s a quandary Lamin Fofana grapples with on 'Brancusi Sculpting Beyonce', using a form shattering kind of electronic experimentation to do so. The results are never less than fascinating, and suggests Lamin Fofana is an artist never satisfied with easy answers.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

David Kitt
Like Lightning

David Kitt made a sharp left-turn back in 2017. His LP Yous put aside the deep house style of his New Jackson project for a record of tender, Arthur Russell-esque folk-pop of the sort that he was last found doing way back in the 2000s. Now Yous highlight ‘Like Lightning’ is getting a standalone release as part of a similarly-titled EP/mini-LP. It’s a charming record that, in its quiet storminess, has a little of late-’90s PJ Harvey to it.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Neel
One Instrument Sessions

One Instrument have just launched their One Instrument Sessions, a space for musicians to place to experiment with just one (1) instrument. The first release is from Neel, who here uses an E340 Cloud Generator and a Roland SH-01A for the two tracks to create deeply contemplative ambient music that betrays a deep familiarity with his tools.
  • Vinyl 12" (ONEINST002EP)
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Zero Years Kid
Ongerijmde Rijmen

Very downtempo and psychedelic R&B from Zero Years Kid. Their debut album, Ongerijmde Rijmen has the Belgian and Irish duo having fun with their voices, as they do all manner of weird chopping, screwing and channel swapping. The lyrics express the pair becoming disillusioned with the world, a topic they tackle with levity and charm. 

Olafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm
Loon

Another installment of the intimate improvisational collaboration series between Erased Tapes figureheads Olafur Arnalds and Nils Frahm. The material on Loon came about from a couple of days spent with some new synthesisers and a few effects units. The results are delicate, beautiful and explorative. 12” on Erased Tapes.
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Elecktroids
Elektroworld

Would it surprise you to learn that Elektroworld by Elecktroids is electro? I hope not. The long sought after 1995 album has now been reissued on Clone Classic Cuts after decades in the Discogs wastes. Supposedly the work of Drexciya's Gerald Donald and James Stinson, this is an album of Kraftwerk inspired electro that is always assuredly Detroit.

The Lasso
The Sound Of Lasso

Hello Lasso my old friend, we’ve come to jam with you again. Andy Catlin’s fourth LP under this name is entitled The Sound Of Lasso, and it seems fitting that Catlin has chosen to identify this collection as the closest he’s gotten to a core ‘Lasso’ aesthetic. This is a record of aquatic, woozy and often very beautiful beat experiments that take in ambient music, MPC funk, hip-hop and bedroom pop. Think Arthur Russell, Huerco S. and Karriem Riggins all getting together and having a lovely old time.

Apparat
LP5

As a break from his very successful work with Moderat, German synthesizer-tamer Apparat is finally treating the world to some more of his solo work. We haven’t heard the whole aptly-named LP5 yet, but first single DAWAN feels like somebody’s gently scratching your earlobe, and sounds like a crossover between Mount Kimbie's Break Well and Caribou's Can't Do Without You, in the best way.

IVVVO
doG

The nomadic IVVVO returns to Rabit’s Halcyon Veil (700 Bliss, Chino Amobi) for the release of his third LP. Anyone familiar with the Bastet member’s previous solo work will find plenty to sink their teeth into on doG. Once again this is a set of tracks that sees IVVVO brutalising and bastardising various club, industrial and metal sonics. It kind of ends up sounding like Nine Inch Nails if they had Yves Tumor rather than Trent Reznor at the helm.
  • Vinyl Double LP (HALC021)
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

June Chikuma
Les Archives

‘Les Archives’ by June Chikuma is pure barmy joy. It’s a sound of stop-start mischief, layer upon layer of repetitious melody that can shift at any minute into some new configuration. Its experimentation that needs no academic essay accompaniment, just an ear open for the unconventional. This is an extraordinary record that has this almost grand sense of composition, while using a twisted video game set of tones.   
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Laurel Halo
DJ-Kicks

"Laurel Halo's done a DJ Kicks" was the excited talk in the office the other day to which I considered doing that Alan Partridge shrug thing. Anyway it sounds like it could be an adventurous mix with seven exclusives, including two of her own tracks plus further exclusives from the likes of Rrose, Machinewoman, FIT Siegel, Nick León and Ikonika.
  • Label(s):
  • !K7

Lakker
Época

Lakker are back(er) on R&S with their third LP for the famed dance music label. Época finds the Irish duo doubling down on the murky, unsettling club style that they showed off on their last release, 2017 mixtape Die Vergangenheit, Die Gegenwart, Die Zukunft. The juxtaposition of distorted atmospherics with pummelling kick drums on Época cuts like ‘A Whisper In Your Ear’ recalls Ziur and Rabit.

Shlohmo
The End

New full-length album from LA beat scene producer Shlohmo, his first since 2015. It is titled The End, a fairly grand title, but that’s because it's kind of about the apocalypse. But don’t worry too much, it's about the apocalypse in a chill way. Plenty of gorgeous hazy soundscapes as well as intense moments and sleek chunky beatwork. Out on Friends of Friends.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Xeno & Oaklander
Hypnos

Xeno & Oaklander’s fine electronic partnership continues apace with new album Hypnos. So what’s new here? Well, for one thing, the monophonic synth era is over for Xeno & Oaklander, with polyphony galore flowing out all over Hypnos. Also some great French-language vocals. Out on Dais Records.

Oblong
The Sea At Night

Incubated and constructed over a long period of time, The Sea At Night is now ready to be discovered. The three members of Oblong have gotten together here and there to bring their favourite sounds into dialogue with one another. Electroacoustic play, library music feels, vintage krautrock pulsings, lots to be enjoyed here. On MemeTune.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

ELLLL
CONFECTIONARY

Glacial Industries ain’t no ambient label, no matter what their name my suggest. Nope, what we have here from Irish artist ELLLL is beat-tastic to its core: three tracks to get things moving in a hard but intriguing style. Two of the tracks are relatively straight down the line, while the third might get a bit weirder. Confectionary is a delectable set, on 12” vinyl.
  • Vinyl 12" (G1ND004)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Roméo Poirier & Lars Haga Raavand
Kystwerk

The press release makes sure to mention that Roméo Poirier is a lifeguard as well as a musician and photographer. It might go some way to explaining why his debut, SURFACES EP, was the soundtrack to four swimming pools and why Kystwerk features underwater recordings as well as field recordings from Norway's coastline. Made with Lars Haga Raavand, Kystwerk is a gentle and emotional play on natural sounds and the glory, threat and joy of the natural world.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Leon Vynehall
Rojus (Designed To Dance)

Leon Vynehall unveils a rich and varied collection of house cuts. On Rojus (Designed to Dance) the producer’s lush, spacious deep house is in full effect. Vynehall uses jazzy samples and soulful vocals to create a unique, organic dance music, and this double EP contains two 12” of the good stuff.

Paul DeMarinis
Songs Without Throats

Oren Ambarchi’s run of wonder continues with the latest release on his Black Truffle label. Songs Without Throats is a collection of the most vital pieces by Paul DeMarinis, an electroacoustic composer with a particular interest in voice and voice synthesis. Songs Without Throats, featuring rare and unreleased pieces selected by the artist, is a strange and unusual set. Double LP.

Throw Down Bones
Two

When you get a Fuzz Club release in you usually expect it contain a dose of long-haired psych-rock freakiness. So it’s quite a surprise when, instead of that, you find yourself dealing with the screeching industrialism of Throw Down Bones. Two is the sort of thing you more readily associate with a label like Posh Isolation, so kudos to the Fuzz Club gang for taking a punt on this one. It’s good, too. Fuck Buttons fans should pay attention.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

JH1.FS3
Trials and Tribulations

To what does the name JH1.FS3 refer? Was it an asteroid? A postcode? An attempt to decipher a doctor’s note? I can at least tell you who’s in it: Frederikke Hoffmeier a.k.a. Puce Mary and Jesse Sanes a.k.a. Liebstod. They’ve worked together in Fejhed and Free the Land, but here’s their debut album with this project. Dark, intense and emotionally raw stuff.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Kreidler
Mosaik 2014


  • Vinyl LP (ITA086RMLP)
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

The Sight Below
Glider 10

In 2008, The Sight Below's Rafael Anton Irisarri had the extremely good idea of creating a dub techno album using shoegaze guitars. The result is Glider, an album of such ethereal and intense atmosphere that you could easily find yourself dissolving. Reissued for its 10th anniversary by the very apt Ghostly.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Daniel Thorne
Lines Of Sight

Australian composer and saxophonist Daniel Thorne of Immix Ensemble strikes out on his own with Lines Of Sight. He mixes avant garde composition with classical, jazz, noise and even a bit of folk. He limited himself to just a handful of instruments and recorded them using only four tracks. The result is powerful and immersive. LP and CD on Erased Tapes.

Hunter Complex
Open Sea

New synth business from Hunter Complex, using a vibrant mixture of analogue and digital synthesisers and drum machines to achieve excitement. Open Sea isn’t one of those abstract modular jamming records: it is full of melodic interests and rhythmic fun, although it does also have a great textural richness. Ten tracks on Death Waltz Originals.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Eric Copeland
Flushing Meats


  • Vinyl 7" (CCRP003)
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Gary War
Zontag

Zontag is the totally fun 7-inch single from nutjob Gary War. His output could be impressively termed ‘the most obtuse music produced by a member of Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti. Here he jets in-and-out of cosmic zones in pursuit of his twisted and dense pop muse. Perhaps best enjoyed over these short distances, this one is out on Care in the Community.

Pas Musique
The Phoenix

Pas Musique return with The Phoenix. It contains even tracks that highlight the band’s electronic experimental nature. The album came about over a period of two years whilst on tour around Europe and was recorded in Brooklyn. They’ve even squeezed in a sample from Finnish producer Kenneth Kovasin. On Alrealon Musique.
  • Vinyl LP (ALRN082)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Matmos
Plastic Anniversary

Experimental electronic duo Matmos have decided to highlight the plight of convenience with their new album, Plastic Anniversary. The album was made by using plastic objects to make sounds. One sound was achieved by smashing up LPs by '70s soft rock band Bread. Interesting sounds with an important message.
  • Vinyl LP (THRILL482LPX)
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  • Indies-only
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  • Vinyl LP (THRILL482LP)
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Victrola
Born From The Water (Demos 1983-85)

As Dark Entries fans are sure to already know, dark synth-poppers Victrola only ever released one EP, in 1983. But it turns out they recorded stacks of demos, with more than a hundred cassettes sifted through to assemble the suite of 1983-1985 demos heard here. Twelve tracks, none of them heard in these versions before.
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  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Stratis
New Face

First ever vinyl reissue of Stratis' second album New Face. The Cologne duo channel the sort of rigid industrial early electronic music you'd associate with Chris & Cosey and Vangelis. Accompanying the electronics is the bands wonderfully detached and dead-pan vocal delivery that completely sells New Face's atmosphere.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

D.I.E. featuring The Men You'll Never See
The Unseen

Total vintage Detroit action here from 1997, reissued in order to save you from those wild rare record dealer prices. The Unseen, put together by D.I.E. with The Men You’ll Never See, is Detroit electro at its best, just the good stuff loud and direct with no room for nonsense. Reissued by Clone West Coast Series.
  • Vinyl 12" (CWCSXMAP002)
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Dale Cornish / Sim Hutchins
Decouple ][ Series

Tasty split between ya boy Dale Cornish and Sim Hutchins, as part of OOH-Sounds’ Decoupole ][ Series. Sim’s ‘Druk Pak’ is a cold-temperature quasi-ambient stretch, while Dale’s ‘California’ cut is a typically adventurous trip through repetition and fully-constructed club sounds, plus a twisted piece of vocal. 12” on OOH-Sounds.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Boards of Canada
Hi Scores

We’re always here for Boards Of Canada, and Hi Scores is a release that really shows off why that is. As only the duo’s second release, this 1996 number dates from when people where only just waking up to the BOC sound, and yet it contains such infinite wonders as ‘Turquoise Hexagon Sun’ and the deeply melancholy ‘Everything You Do Is A Balloon’. 2014 reissue edition.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

96 Back
Excitable, Girl

96 Back is the recording moniker of Evan Majumdar-Swift. He has built a reputation for his relentless over the last year or so. His debut album, Excitable, Girl, mixes dance floor bangers with lush ambient tunes, all strengthened by his steely Sheffield electro roots. Double LP on Central Processing Unit.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

John Baker & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Vendetta Tapes

The Vendetta Tapes is a collection of rare cues, tunes and sonic oddities lovingly crafted by John Baker & The Radiophonic Workshop for a 1960’s mafia caper TV show. Much of this has never been released before, and plenty of truly fascinating sounds are sprinkled all over. The CD has ten more tracks than the vinyl. On Buried Treasure.

Bambounou
Whities 021

After a 2018 in which they forced their way to the front of the pack, the first Whities release of the new year suggests that Nic Tasker’s label is intent on staying there. Parisian producer Bambounou serves up a trio of techno-adjacent delights for Whities 021. The skittering grooves on ‘Tour’ and ‘Temple’ evoke the best of Hessle Audio. Welcome to 2019.

The Gentleman Losers
Permanently Midnight

Sentimental Helsinkilaiset The Gentleman Losers (Samu and Ville Kuukka, aka Lessons) return after seven years of attention directed elsewhere. True to the meticulously-produced analogue texture and post-rock lounge style of previous releases, Permanently Midnight sounds like a snug, wintry log cabin recalled from a dingy Route 66 motel. Artfully presented by Grainy Records.

Various
Escape From Synth City

Numero Group are about to embark on a series of records that focus on retro-futurist cuts from the 1980s. Albums like Escape From Synth City intend to showcase the (now charmingly naive) visions of the future that were cropping up all over the cultural landscape in that decade. This LP focuses on the synth-funk sounds of Tom Cameron, Chasman and other forward-thinkers.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Shiken Hanzo
The Centipede

Shiken Hanzo deals in an oppressive kind of dub electronics. This is dub as sci-fi dystopia, creeping dread, ticking and anxious rhythms that reveals a sense of restless paranoia. But this four-track 12” is a thrilling world to the explore, and certainly up your street if your into the more doom-laden end of the hardcore continuum.
  • Label(s):
  • A14

Hypnobirds
77: A Brief Landing on the Earth's Surface

Hypobirds has recorded a collection of menacing and eerie electronic compositions released by Origin Peoples. This is an expansive record that takes in dark analogue bass, shimmering synths, and great washes of spacious reverb. For fans of Jean Michael-Jarre, Survive, and Tangerine Dream. Not actually their 77th album. 

Various
Weaponise Your Sound

Optimo are putting up a fight this year. On the back of the first drop on their Against Fascism Trax sub-label we get Weaponise Your Sound, a compilation for International Women’s Day conceived, curated and designed by Diet Clinic head-honcho Kristina McCormick. The tracks here are all future-facing tracks that take in lo-fi techno, hybridised club music, leftfield singer-songwriter fare and much more. Moor Mother, Penelope Trappes and Sue Zuki feature, and all of the proceeds of Weaponise Your Sound will be donated to London housing charity Focus E15. Good work all round.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Pauline Oliveros
Reverberations I

Pauline Oliveros is perhaps best known for her peerless minimalist/drone explorations on accordion, her 1982 record ‘Accordion and Voice’ very much a landmark in the genre. Equally intriguing, however, are her experiments with electronic equipment. The double LP ‘Reverberations 1’ is the beginning of a series that looks to put the entirety of 2012's mammoth, 12 CD, archival release of this electronic work to wax.   

Various (Umwelt, Talker, Rory St. John, Swarm Intelligence)
Directors Cut 01

Dystopian techno naughtiness from Berlin’s Voitax imprint here. The contributions from Umwelt, Talker and Rory St. John on the Directors Cut 01 EP are geared towards cyberpunk rave thrills, their synths barrelling on like hungry hounds while distorted drum machines clatter away in the back. The exception is Swarm Intelligence’s ‘Cumulus’, a track with more of a junglist/IDM flavour but no less menace.

SKRS
Paradise Magic Traxx

Berceuse Heroique sub-label Ancient Monarchy drop an EP of post-club sampledelia by SKRS. There’s plenty going on stylistically across Paradise Magic Traxx - juke, Dilla-style hip-hop, lo-fi house, dub and dancehall are just a few of the influences that consistently rear their heads. In aesthetic more than sound it references the faded rave memories of Zomby and Actress. File next to Hype Williams.

Gabe Knox
ABC

Gabe Knox has been doing his own thing with a series of digital EP releases, producing exactly the kind of electronic music he likes best: jaunty, pulsing, melodic, playful, droning. Those EPs, A, B and C have now had their finest tracks extracted and remastered for this ‘proper’ vinyl collection, naturally titled ABC. On Polytechnic Youth.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

L±R
The Rambler EP

L-R is a meeting of minds between Radioactive Man, Monoak and London Modular Alliance’s Simon Lynch. That’s some real pedigree to bring to the table, and new EP The Rambler sees the trio delivering on their promise. Cuts like ‘Rings’ are some classic acid-electro wiggliness that wouldn’t sound out of place being released through Central Processing Unit. However, this one’s actually out on Asking For Trouble.
  • Artist(s):
  • L-R
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Perko
NV Auto

The latest Numbers drop surfaces courtesy of newcomer Perko. On NV Auto the Scottish-born, Denmark-based Perko manages to do the impossible and breathe new life into the flagging sound of revivalist rave. The halcyon glow of a tune like ‘Rounded’ is toughened up with influences from UK garage, dub techno and the soundsystem innovations of Peverelist, Young Echo et al. We expect there's more to come from this fella.
  • Vinyl 12" (NMBRS-61)
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

KineStatics
Labyrinth

KineStatics is what happens when Steven Rutter and Karla Hajman get together for some music-making. The Labyrinth EP is brimming over with dubby goodness and friendly techno, with Karla’s expressive vocals putting everything in a good place. Three tracks on the A-side, plus a dub version and a beats version on the B. From FireScope.

Nikolajev
LEL

Estonian producer and DJ Nikolajev comes at the dancefloor with an nostalgic approach on the four-track 12”  ‘Lel’, while also recognising the joys of invention. The sound is very much his own, retro as it might be it’s done with an immense sense of character and flair, never falling for the trap of straight up reproduction.
  • Vinyl 12" (INC-006)
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  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Jack Pattern / FRAK
Jack Frak Split

Here’s a split 10” that will blow away any cobwebs. Jack Pattern and FRAK have offered up a side each of techno with Jack Frak Split. It will smack you round the chops like Captain Caveman’s Club, or Thor’s Hammer, depending on your frame of reference. Whatever, it's in your face stuff. Limited edition of 300 on Cosmic Pint Glass.
  • Vinyl 10" (CPG010)
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  • Limited edition

Various (Mark Du Mosch, FRAK, Julian G, Lie of the Land)
Beyond the Pub Vol 1

Beyond the Pub Vol 1 is a techno/house compilation comprising of tracks by various European producers. Centred around the idea of leaving the pub on the way to the rave, the compilation takes in acid house, ambient, and techno. For fans of A Guy Called Gerald, Boards of Canada, and Proem. On the delightfully named Cosmic Pint Glass.

Galerie Stratique
Horizzzons

Galerie Stratique is the brainchild of Quebec based electronic music composer Charles-Émile Beullac and Horizzons is his 2003 masterpiece that we've kindly pressed onto vinyl for you. This, we feel, is one of the most underrated gems of early 2000s electronica  - a dream like series which compress the ideas of long form ambient into shorter, 'pop length' tracks. Its hazy, woozy sound is comparable to Boards of Canada, Plaid and Arovane.      
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Sebastian Plano
Verve

Sebastian Plano’s is so very close to being called Sebastian Piano. If Sebastian Piano was actually this guy’s name then it would have been both a more amusing and more fitting moniker for the Argentine. Verve is an LP of plink-plonk keyboard niceness in the vein of all those other men with earnest gazes - Einaudi, Arnalds and so on.

Good Fuck
Good Fuck

There's already been a band called Fuck now we have Good Fuck which I suppose narrows down the description a bit. This is no normal Fuck. It's a good one. Well you know who it is is don't you? It's bloody Tim Kinsella (Joan of Arc, Cap’n Jazz) with Jenny Pulse (Spa Moans).  Together they make oddball dark electronica and one of their songs is called Jenny Dreams of Pies.  
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Blood Music
GPS Poetics

Fancy sounds from Simon Pomery’s project Blood Music, where poetry and poetics are key. GPS Poetics is a set of text-sound compositions, with electronic and non-electronic accompaniment to Pomery’s vocal delivery. A lot going on here. Released by The Wormhole, the disc-based sub-label of The Tapeworm.

Visage Pâle
Holistic Love

Visage Pâle is the recording moniker of Lars Martin-Isler. Holistic Love is his debut LP. Isler is part-Swiss, part-Swedish and is based in Lausanne in a French speaking region of Switzerland. The songs are sung in English and French. They are made using a whole host of analogue electronic machines, creating emotionally charged, fragile and ethereal soundscapes.
  • Vinyl 10" (CiS025)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Angel-Ho
Death Becomes Her

The vital Angel-Ho lands on Hyperdub for her sophomore LP. Across Death Becomes Her we find the NON Worldwide founder turning out a selection of futuristic club jams that powerfully represent her experiences as a trans woman. Synthesizing sounds from South Africa, Atlanta, London and everywhere in between, Angel-Ho's latest offering will have the competition playing catch-up once again. The guestlist includes Gaika, Nguzunguzu’s Asmara Maroof and Queezy.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Filmico
In The Senses

Filmico’s In The Senses sees producer/composer Fernando Pulichino attempting to recreate the movie score sounds of artists like Angelo Badalamenti, John Carpenter and Johnny Jewel. With his penchant for drum machine beats, evocative synthesiser chord progressions, lashings of reverb and general noir-ish atmospherics, he doth indeed succeed.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Akatombo
Trace Elements

Originally released in 2003, this is the atmospheric debut of Akatombo - one Paul Kirk, a Scot based in Japan. His sonic landscapes tell of the bustle, infrastructure and human warmth of Hiroshima, often haunted by wafts of pulsing beats, sub bass and angsty guitars. More than a decade on, it still sounds like very little else.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Akatombo
Sometime, Never

Sometime, Never is the fourth album by Paul Thomsen Kirk, aka Akatombo. The Scotsman, now living in Hiroshima, Japan makes ethereal electronic music with pulsating beats. Sometime, Never follows on from his two albums, False Positives and Editions Mego recorded with ex-Wire bassist, Graham Lewis which were critically well received. Sometime, Never is available on CD.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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 much more besides. Out on Mercury KX.

Espectrostatic
Silhouette

Alex Cuervo is, by night, Espectrostatic! Under this name he mines the rich world of sounds and tropes that vintage horror movie soundtracks have given us over the years. Silhouette is original music that carries that spooky flavour you love so much, and it's released in a fancy vinyl edition by Burning Witches Records.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

1991
No More Dreams 03 (incl. Rezzett Remix)

New EP from 1991, AKA Swedish electronic musician Axel Backman AKA MCMXCI. Backman creates fuzzy, lo-fi yet intense soundscapes, melding mystery and the familiar with layered synths and electronic glitches. The 5-track EP is released through No More Dreams and features a remix by Rezzett. The press release says very little other than insisting that you buy this, so I'd say you should heed their advice.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Regno Maggiore
Astroveliero

Regno Maggiore kicks off his recorded career with Astroveliero, a six track EP that layers up lots of very enjoyable sounds. Field recordings, unidentifiable samples, percussion and instruments: all are brought together and placed in fine balance with one another for compelling and original tracks. 12” EP.
  • Vinyl 12" (GODCUTS003)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

51717 (Shadowlust)
Paranoia Star

51717 (Shadowlust) goes full-length for this new release on L.I.E.S.. Paranoia Star features not only tracks but actual songs, and is full of experimental electronics of various stripes as well as those lush L.I.E.S.-style synths and rhythms. It's a hell of a statement actually, drawing on years of life lived and sounds heard. Good stuff, and it comes with a poster!

Bonobo
fabric Presents: Bonobo

Phenomenally successful electronics guy Bonobo has compiled a mix for you. What a nice man. He's put a few of his own tracks on there including an unreleased one but then he's put some fellow travellers on there such as Joey Beltran, DJ Seinfeld, Throwing Snow and loads and loads of people I haven't heard of. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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. 

Tim Stebbing
The Atmosphere Factory (1985​-​1991)

The Atmosphere Factory (1985-1991) is a compilation of tracks by Leeds-based bedroom-synth practitioner Tim Stebbing. He was little known at the time but this collection should change that as his compositions foreshadow Boards of Canada whilst comparisons have been drawn to Manuel Gottsching and the soundtracks of John Carpenter. LP, limited to 300 copies on Ceres Motion.

Charles Ditto
In Human Terms

In Human Tems is the 1988 debut album of Charles Ditto, a fellow with a fine collection of midi-synths and the melodic and experimental instincts to put them to great use. The sounds (lots of Rolands) are distinctly of their time, but that doesn’t stand in the way of one's enjoyment of the odd-pop structures that Ditto puts them into. Reissued by Telephone Explosion.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Modeselektor
Who Else

German absurdist electronic production team Modeselektor have a new album, Who Else. It’s brimming with solutions to boredom and, as usual, is defiantly unobvious. Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary have kept things fresh by tailoring each sound for each track. Grime artist, Flohio, Otto von Schirach and Estonian rapper, Tommy Cash guest. 

Various
Berlin Atonal Vol.3

Berlin Atonal is a festival and on Vol.3 we have some live performances put onto 3 12” vinyl. First we have Cabaret Voltaire who performed for the first time in over 20 years at the festival. With them come Miles Whittaker, Fis and Abdulla Rashim. A nice piece whether you were at the festival or not. A limited edition of 500 copies.  
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Cavern Of Anti-Matter
Hormone Lemonade

Tim Gane's Cavern Of Anti-Matter return with their third studio album continuing their journey into the bowels of kraut rock by way of modular synths and homemade drum machines. Hormone Lemonade still has the loose improvised feel that will be familiar to those in awe of their previous offerings. 

Noyzelab
Earth / Water / Fire / Metal / Wood Cell Meditations

Released on Brian Grainger's (Milieu, Coppice Halifax) Psøma Psi Phi imprint, this is a discounted "bundle" deal set of all five instalments in the epic five-part series of synthesizer drone works. These pieces are designed for meditation by Noyzelab AKA David Burraston (NYZ, Dave Noyze, Bryen Telko) who has previously released on The Death of Rave, Cataclyst, meds, The Tapeworm, Feral Tapes, Computer Club, Fractal Meat Cuts, Entr'acte, Ge-stell, Conditional, FLUF, Gamma Mine etc. 

Helena Hauff
Have You Been There, Have You Seen It

Amazingly finding time to produce new music in between appearing at every single festival and club this summer, Hamburg’s finest Helena Hauff hops from Werk Discs to Ninja Tune proper with a new single. As you might well expect, industrial, electro and acid influences splatter across this muscular batch of top-shelf dark room bangers, but with plenty of light and mischief thrown into the mix to keep things fresh. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Drama
Loneliness

Drama were making electronic music before it was cool. In the late '70s and into the '80s, bands in Eric Simpson and Don Stagg's local Ontario, Canada, were playing in guitar rock bands. Loneliness is the band's debut LP from 1978 and it's a brooding piece of electronica which shifts between New-Wave and Krautrock.

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 to Yoko Ono. These pauses, exhalations and nervous laughs also control various synthesiser functions, resulting overall in a strangely satisfying series of experimental-accidental poetry.
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Jung An Tagen
Agent Im Objekt

It’s a question as old as music itself: what happens when conventional club music signifiers are subjected to querying skews, syncopations, minimalisms and new sound designs? Vienna’s Jung An Tagen is member of the week over at the Deconstructin’ Da Club Club. If you’re keen to have your rave cake and stroke your beard too, don’t miss these totally radical dance wonks.

Noyzelab
Wood Cell Meditations

Noyzelab is the sound outlet of David Burraston, a man who knows his stuff when it comes to advanced sonic arts (he’s got a PhD y’know). Wood Cell Meditations is part of a series of works that use fancy resources to create massive pulsating drone masses, designed specifically for mind-warping meditations. Three CDs-worth of them are presented here for you. Heavy.

Noyzelab
Metal Cell Meditations

How often do we really take the time to ponder the universe and its infinite meaninglessness? Dave Burraston, also known as Noyzelab/Dave Noyze, invites us to sit down and do just that. The Metal Cell Meditations comes on 3 CD-R with different cuts of the same crushing saw-tooth synthesizer drone, so you can use it for both your 3-minute morning meditation and your ayahuasca ceremony.

Noyzelab
Fire Cell Meditations

Newest release by David Burraston under his Noyzelab moniker. The label advertises this as background music for your yoga classes, although we feel it might induce some downward-dogged panic attacks with its deep and dissociative saw-tooth drones. This CD-R set contains Fire Cell Meditations of different lengths, so it suits all your different meditation purposes.

Noyzelab
Water Cell Meditations

Less threatening and more immersive than the Fire Cell Meditations, David Burraston’s Water Cell Meditations is meant to help you with your transcendental meditations, or serve as background music for your yoga class. With different lengths of drone on 3 CD-Rs, Noyzelab's latest effort is a weird psychedelic and dissociative trip, with binaural beeps that sound like they're continuously accelerating. Not a must-have for everybody, but definitely for somebody.

Noyzelab
Earth Cell Meditations

Released on Brian Grainger's (Milieu, Coppice Halifax) Psøma Psi Phi imprint, 'Earth Cell Meditations' is the first in an epic five-part series of synthesizer drone works designed for meditation by Noyzelab AKA David Burraston (NYZ, Dave Noyze, Bryen Telko) who has previously released on The Death of Rave, Cataclyst, meds, The Tapeworm, Feral Tapes, Computer Club, Fractal Meat Cuts, Entr'acte, Ge-stell, Conditional, FLUF, Gamma Mine etc. 

Baldruin
Biotische Verwitterung

As dystopian as records come, Biotische Verwitterung is right up there - an angst-ridden German stab that's bleached in narcotic punk. This record seems lost in a lo-fi nightmare, swirling in black whole and destined for nothing but pain. Some call it "Hauntology"; Baldruin call it "Bavarian Gothic".
  • Vinyl LP (AR #26 / BH-115 / CRUS-23)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

Christoph de Babalon
Hectic Shakes

Christoph de Babalon joins the excellent Alter label for an EP of dark and doomy experiments in breakbeats and drum and bass. Babalon's long been canonised for the brilliant If You're Into It, I'm Out of It and here proves that his mix of unsettling ambience and lethal drum patterns is just as potent as ever.

XVARR
Honeymoon With Solitude

Honeymoon With Solitude by XVARR is the second release on Twin Womb, the label set up by XVARR and Egypte Erotique. It follows 2018’s Aeons Revolve 12”. It’s mainly synthy soundscapes that could soundtrack a late ‘70s or early ‘80s dystopian film. Some nice retro sounds. Cassette, limited to 100 hand numbered copies.

Myriam Bleau
Lumens & Profits

Myriam Bleau brings the approaches of an experimental artist to bear on the materials of bass music electronics, spinning these elements together into hypnotising structures on Lumens & Profits. Lots of delicious moments where different crystalline synth lines or rhythmic stutter-planes fall in and out of overlap. Stimulating stuff on Where To Now?
  • Genre(s):
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

James Holden
A Cambodian Spring OST

James Holden has created a synth based soundtrack for the documentary A Cambodian Spring. The film follows a group of activists fighting corrupt developers and officials as they try and protect their right to their land. Holden's soundtrack captures the intensity of their fight with tracks that veer between drone, trance and the odd arpeggio. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Soundtracks
  • Electronic / Electro / IDM / EBM

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