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Grebenstein & Seefried
Raging Tender

Downwards offers us up another hard-hitting club 12”: nothing surprising there, but wait, Raging Tender is made up of songs! Grebenstein & Seefried is a producer & vocalist team-up, with dark lyrics delivered with dead eyes over the top of driving minimal Berlin technoid structures. Real club songs for the serious.

British Murder Boys
Fire In The Still Air

Yes folks, the Boys are back in town. Apart, Regis and Surgeon are two of the scene’s most pummelling and relentless purveyors of industrial techno, but together… Well, its heavy. Fire In The Still Air, the first British Murder Boys release in some years, is just as angry and vivid as you would wish it to be. Released on CD by Downwards.

My Disco

Melbourne-based trio My Disco re-located to Berlin last winter to record their latest album Environment, in a studio formerly used by the iconoclastic Einstürzende Neubauten. Eschewing the repetition that formed much of their older work, this new effort embraces doomy synths and Swans-esque structures. 
  • Vinyl LP (DNLP024LP)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

Samuel Kerridge & Taylor Burch
The Other

Samuel Kerridge and Taylor Burch’s The Other is one of those records that sounds like it’s permanently on the edge of collapse. Kerridge’s productions feature synths that zip around the mix and drums that appear to be frantically pedalling, cartoon-style, to avoid falling off the edge of a cliff. Set against all this techno-anarchy, Burch’s all-too-calm pieces of spoken word take on a chilling character. Think Alice Glass dialling in some vox on a Vatican Shadow LP and you’ve got The Other.
  • Vinyl Double LP (DNSKER03)
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Slow White Fall
Total EP

Oliver Ho aka Broken English Club aka Zov Zov aka Slow White Fall is, and I mean this in the best possible way, a very noisy boy. Here, on Total EP, he uses guitars, drums and synths, to create a proper industrial droning racket that is as likely to make you think of Tony Conrad as it is Godflesh. On Downwards.