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Oliver Coates
Shelley’s On Zenn-La

The two-step Arthur Russell returns with his first solo full-length since 2016’s fantastic Upstepping. What Oliver Coates is really good at is not letting his prodigious abilities get in the way of creating music of great body and motion. Again focussing on cello and production, Coates has melody,...view item »

Tashi Wada With Yoshi Wada & Friends
FRKWYS Vol. 14 – Nue

Yoshi Wada opened up experimental music to entire new ways of approaching structure and timbre; a player of bagpipes, band leader and sound designer, his work has been commanding and uncompromising. His son, Tashi Wada, is a composer in his own right, and the two have here collaborated on a record of explor...view item »

Mike Cooper & Steve Gunn
Frkwys Vol. 11 : Cantos De Lisboa

RVNG's FRKWYS series is back to team someone youngish I like with someone oldish I like again. This time the youngish Steve Gunn rubs shoulders with the oldish (but still young at heart) Mike Cooper. These recordings come from a meeting the pair had in Lisbon, taking cues from the local Fado music and twisting it into an airy blues-ambient mou...view item »

Lucrecia Dalt

RVNG Intl. (Visible Cloaks, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith) release the sixth LP from Colombian experimentalist Lucrecia Dalt. Drawing on her experience in geotechnical engineering as well as South American monster myths and geological phenomena, Dalt has created an album of curious, inq...view item »

Kate NV
Для For

The latest release from RVNGIntl. is the second LP from Moscow sonic experimentalist Kate NV. Much like new label mates Visible Cloaks, ...view item »

Mark Renner
Few Traces

Not a lot of people have heard Mark Renner’s material from between the years 1982 and 1990, but now RVNG Intl invite you to join those limited numbers. Few Traces sur...view item »

Pauline Anna Strom
Trans-Millenia Music

The last few years have seen the rediscovery of a lot of music that had been unjustly neglected due to association with the New Age tag. The work of Pauline Anna Strom is a prime example: though driven by highly subjective cosmic concepts, her ambient but melodic music transcends crystals’n’yoga clic...view item »

Visible Cloaks

Fabulous abstract ambient pop music for digital robots here on Visible Cloaks’ new record. Lex was composed through various process of software randomisation, creative uses of MIDI, and texts fed and re-fed through so many language translation processes that a new un-language has been formed. Eerie but soothing au...view item »

Sugai Ken

With needlepoint precision and a crystal clear veneer, Sugai Ken brings his dynamic yet delicate tapestries of artificial and organic sound to Rvng Intl. His previous outings on EM Records and Lullabies For Insomniacs have helped shine a light on the illustrious sound design feats the Kanagawa, Japan-based artist is capable of. ...view item »

Greg Fox
The Gradual Progression

Most will know Greg Fox as the drummer from bands such as Liturgy, Zs, Ex Eye, and Guardian Alien. Needless to say his drumming extends well beyond proficient, and on his second solo album takes this to an Nth degree, working with several musicians and using sen...view item »

Helado Negro
Private Energy (Expanded)

In receiving its first vinyl pressing, an Expanded version of Private Energy has come some way since its original release on small cassette. Whilst everything about the electronic landscape has evolved and developed, this revitalised brainchild of Helado Negro still has a firmly lodged place on th...view item »

Bing & Ruth
Tomorrow Was The Golden Age

This one's important for fans of plaintive instrumental rock action and neo-classical hibernation: pianist David Moore leads the band Bing & Ruth into making minimalist pieces that meditate for a seemingly endless time. 'Tomorrow Was the Golden Age' is focused around his resounding piano performance, much in the fashion of Steve Reich or Dus...view item »

Visible Cloaks

Visible Cloaks present a suite of digital shimmer-music, pulling globally-sourced sounds apart into tiny strands and then weaving them together into new ambient forms, using chance operations and MIDI magic along the way. The duo’s second full-length album Reassemblage is released by the RVNG Intl. label....view item »

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Suzanne Ciani
FRKWYS Vol. 13: Sunergy

Synth maestro of the present meets synth maestro of the past AND present in the next chapter of the intergenerational FRKWYS series from RVNG Intl. Since they've both twiddled, bleeped and blooped for the good of all things vibrant, textural and chill, this promises to be a wondrous and rich collaboration....view item »

Sun Araw, M. Geddes Gengras & The Congos
FRKWYS Vol. 9 : Meet The Congos

Yeaaaaah boiii!! I'm a fan of this FRKWYS series that RVNG have been doing (for the uninitiated, this is a series of records which pairs up modern day artists with the pi...view item »

Tumbles from The Vault

Syrinx were an experimental Canadian ensemble who worked in tape manipulation, synthesis and DIY electronics into melodic pseudo-chamber music, successfully coming up with a strange hybrid sound that still sounds unusual. Tumbles From The Vault presents everything they ever recorded, including some never-before-released...view item »

Anna Homler and Steve Moshier
Breadwoman & Other Tales

A project as unusual as its name, Breadwoman & Other Tales is a collaboration between Anna Homler and Steve Moshier, each veterans of the performative avant-garde. Homler inhabits the voice of Breadwoman with wordless chants, supported by Moshier’s tw...view item »

Julianna Barwick & Ikue Mori
Frkwys Vol. 6

Three flaky computers down and I finally get to review this bewitching Ikue Mori / Julianna Barwick collaboration. Recorded improvised-style for a month long residency at White Columns Gallery in New York, this takes the form of swo...view item »


This compilation gathers up all the finest moments from the history (so far) of the Beats In Space label. That’s 20 releases, each of which is represented by at least 1 track: that includes Jaakko Elno Kalevl, Secret Circuit, Palmbolen II and many more skilled producers. Gorgeous times for...view item »

Mikael Seifu

Zelalem by Mikael Seifu is Ethiopian traditional music expressed through electronic sounds. On this vinyl 12” from RVNG Intl. Seifu fuses instruments from Ethiopia’s diverse jazz and folk music, such as the Masenko and the Krar, with synthesizer drones and modern sequencing. A stunni...view item »

Bing & Ruth
City Lake

The full length debut from avant-ambienters Bing & Ruth is treated to an expanded reissue. City Lake takes in the exquisite piano work of David Moore, nestling the reverb-drenched tones amidst clarinet, cello and vocals for a luxuriously engulfing piece of work. Out on CD and 2LP vinyl from RVNG Intl....view item »

Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl
We Are Not The First

Wow, if anybody ever wanted to see what could be achieved if Hieroglyphic Being expanded his consciousness into a collective hive-mind, here is the answer. His so-called J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Bul assembles a cast of remarkable musicians including Marshall Allen, Shelly Hirsch and ...view item »

Artificial Dance

Savant has titled this record Artificial Dance, which is an interesting choice given that the music it contains is a lot less ‘artificial’ than plenty I’ve heard. Although loops and samples are clearly in play here, the instrumental tracks at the core of these pieces sound very much human, especially w...view item »


Blondes kick in with a new, triple-track EP: Persuasion, on RVNG International. Electronic club adventures, improvised out of gear they know inside-out. That live, fresh feel really energises the techno they come up with, and takes it into some surprising territory. A very dynamic set of tracks, pressed to 12” vin...view item »

Borden, Ferraro, Godin, Halo & Lopatin
Frkwys Vol. 7

These suckers took a while to arrive at our HQ. I had feared they had vanished into the ether during transit but I can sleep easy now that I finally have a copy on my turntable. You've probably already read a heap of stuff about this record and how it features today's most gifted synth dreamers along with David Borden who put together Mother Mal...view item »

Stellar OM Source

‘Nite-Glo’ is the latest release from Stellar OM Source, the musical brainchild of French born electro producer and visual artist Christelle Gauldi. Gauldi’s unique voice comes from the bridge between her formal training in electroacoustic composition and her coming up through the DIY electro synth scene of the 2000’s. He...view item »

Ariel Kalma
An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979)

Ariel Kalma's warm new age tones conveyed more depth and precision than your average artist working towards ambient bliss. His work combined multiple disciplines that jarred and modulated otherwise still life soundscapes -- jazz and poetry were often present, as well as his constant, sustained electronic work. 'An Evolutionary Music' shows his p...view item »

Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma
FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow

‘We Know Each Other Somehow’ is a collection of original compositions by Robert Aiki Aubery Lowe (aka Lichens) and French born, multi genre composer Ariel Kalma. Recorded in a remote area on the outskirts of the Eastern Australian coast, the album consists of two electronic synthesised compositions of ambient spiritual exploration....view item »

Palmbomen II
Palmbomen II

Holland is famous for many things, but not for its palm trees. Palmbomen is hard at work at changing that, palmboom being Dutch for palm tree. His second album of electronica and sound collage is due for release in March, and, if we can believe the suggestion that is Leo Danzinger’s introduction above, it should be one hel...view item »

Craig Leon
Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 1: Nommos / Visiting

RIYL: Steve Reich, Brian Eno, Cluster, 4th World Music, Extraterrestrial Musicology. The first - and only - Craig Leon-approved reissue of his two solo albums Nommos and Visiting.  Craig Leon’s seminal synthesizer albums Nommos and Visiting are finally re-editioned in definitive form as the Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Mus...view item »

Pink Skull
Psychic Welfare

With a name like Pink Skull I half-expected these guys to be dealing in White Hills-style windblown psychedelic rock. Miles off, as usual. In fact Pink Skull are peddling a progressive and synthetic style of mostly-instrumental pop, which blends '80s pop influences with the tones and paci...view item »

K. Leimer
A Period of Review (1975-1983)

This is totally excellent. It spoke to me last night when I popped into work to pick up some other records, whispering at me from across the vast lonely space of the office. I tentatively borrowed it to listen to then realised I would just have to say some kind words after it effortlessly lulled me into a sweet slumber. This compilation is sourc...view item »

The Body
I Shall Die Here

When a band called The Body releases an album called I Shall Die Here, we can’t help but to think of an old man being told by his body that his time is up. Of course, this imagery isn’t wholly undeserved, as The Body have been stretching up the extremities of doom, death and black metal for over a decade....view item »

Improvisations EP

With rapidly palpitating kicks over polyrhythmic clunks and tones, Gardland’s new 12” EP is not one for easy listening. Taken off a live performance on Australian radio, Improvisation is a collection of challenging loops, beats and, occasionally, melodies. Ozzies at their most experimental, perhaps....view item »

Syndrome Syndrome

Gardland is the Sydney-based duo of Alex Murray and Mark Smith, who this week drop their debut album on RVNG. It’s going down really well in the office today, and it’s not hard to see why. The duo craft a restless but laconic blend of techno and house, adorning an insistent pu...view item »

Holly Herndon

Some months ago, a friend of mine insisted I check out Holly Herndon because she's right up my street, what with my fondness for the likes of Julia Holter and Ela Orleans. Well, I never got round to it, until today when I spied her new 12" poking out from my review mountain. T...view item »

Stellar OM Source
Joy One Mile

Christelle Gualdi a.k.a Stellar Om Source returns with a new record on RVNG and I’m sure she wouldn’t mind me describing ‘Joy One Mile’ as a complete departure from previous outings that have appeared on the Ag...view item »


High quality consistent deep techno albums seem to be few and far between these days. The heydey of the 90’s a distant memory or flashback. Thank goodness for Voices Of The Lake recently keeping the flame burning and now these guys show up and quite unexpectedly drop a total belter. If you wanna make the world go away for an hour, ...view item »

Maxmillion Dunbar
House of Woo

This chap runs the Future Times label and has popped up on L.I.E.S and Ramp Recordings. What we have here is a pretty tidy album of slinky and funky house with lots of tropical / new age synths and occasional synthetic woodwind which sounds terrible on paper ...view item »

Holly Herndon

Much has been written about Holly Herndon since this album was released in 2012 - all the plaudits are justified. This is an album that straddles the avant-garde and techno, taking the modernist impulsives of mid 20th century electro-acoustic composition and updating them to create one of the most genuinely fu...view item »


Christ on a horse I don't know whats going on here. This is a double CD by these Brooklyn hipsters, one CD is original tunes from a 12” trilogy, the other is remixes. But I can't tell which is which as the packaging is infuriating. I think I've found CD1 now. It's not what I expected...view item »

Julia Holter

Now I was shouting about Laurel Halo a bit a while ago. Last night I heard that same lush, spangled space-pixie vibe that adorned the King Felix EP seep through my kitchen door again as I was reckoning up this here bejewelled pop opus whilst dressing my salmon. This Julia Holter is the woman&n...view item »

Blues Control & Laraaji
Frkwys Vol. 8

RVNG's FRKWYS series continues to go from strength to strength with this mega-relaxing offering of minimal psych chunterings from Blues Control & Laraaji. The series pairs up modern day musicians with their aesthetic forebears to create collaborative albums. The recent one that paired...view item »

Secret Circuit
Nebula Sphynx/ Parascopic Rope

I recall reviewing and liking the first 12” on RVNG offshoot Beats In Space (BIS) last year but for the life of me I can't remember the artists name! The shame. Anyway, this is the label's second outing and features Secret Circuit (a.k.a Eddie Ruscha) rocking two cosmic jams. A-side...view item »


RVNG hit us up with a new signing in the guise of San Francisco three piece Bronze. These kids talk the press release talk, bantering on about not much at all in an inconsequential manner. Luckily they make pretty decent music so they are forgiven for their poetic hipster banter. 'Copper'...view item »

Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror return with new album 'Interiors', the follow-up to 2009′s 'The Society For The Advancement Of Inflammatory Consciousness'. This LP is split into two parts, reflecting the duo's intentions to mix things up a bit. The A-side is made up of songs accompanied by programmed b...view item »

Harald Grosskopf

Berlin, Germany, summer of 1979, Harald Grosskopf, then 30 years old, was at a personal and creative crossroads. His girlfriend just left him, and Ashra (Manuel Göttsching's "solo" project) was on temporary hiatus. Harald always considered himself a rhythmic accomplice to his numerous collaborators' lead, until prompted by some fellow music...view item »