Archive for the Electronic Category
The latest work from Ulwhednar (Abdulla Rashim & Varg) scans the club for afflicted movers with variations of overcast fervour. It’s cavernous anguish seen with dilated pupils, marking a mood that’s as hostile to hedonism as it is holding you to its tactics.
Last year saw Ukranian producer Mikhaylo ‘Vakula’ Vityk drift away from the house and techno mysticism he was renowned for to focus on a pair of esoteric and conceptually heavy albums inspired by Scottish writer David Lindsay and Jim Morrison. This Modulations EP for Moscow’s Arma label sees Vakula fully […]
Pentagram Home Video return with their sophomore record for Death Waltz Originals. Continuing the (satanic) path carved out on their debut LP ‘Who’s Out There’ Broody analog electronics weave in between a thumping kick drum and snares that can snap a back at 50 paces. What Pentagram does with the […]
At last, a chance to hear the debut album of motorik jags from Stereolab’s Tim Gane and Joe Dilworth, together with Holger Zapf as the Cavern of Anti-Matter power trio – originally issued on Berlin’s Grautag Records, now reissued on Duophonic. Revolves a heady rush of references to Bowie’s Chant […]
Fifteen years since its original release, The Other People Place’s Lifestyles Of The Laptop Café is finally made available again on vinyl. A long-standing favourite among the many legions of Warp fans and rightly considered to be one of the very best electronic albums of all time.
4LP box set comprising four red vinyl 10″s housed in 3mm spined sleeves with artworked inners. Stephen Bruner, bka as Thundercat returns with his follow up to 2015’s “The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam”. The latest album titled “Drunk” is released via Brainfeeder and features production from Flying Lotus. […]
Limited 2017 release of Justice’s Access All Arenas, originally released in 2013. Ten years ago, “We Are Your Friends” pushed Justice to the front of the scene, a young French duo signed by Pedro Winter on the label he had just created: Ed Banger Records. The record that followed in […]
Double LP version. In the midst of a busy year, full of wildly-varied accomplishments, David Lieske (aka Carsten Jost) presents Perishable Tactics, his first full-length album since 2001’s You Don’t Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows. Since his last full-length, he’s kept busy curating countless releases […]
Modern Love’s most significant artists come from Manchester, where the label was established in 2002. The city has incubated an outsized pool of talent, galvanized by a musical history that spans northern soul, post-punk, baggy, acid house and IDM. That’s the landscape Alex Lewis—AKA Turinn—is operating in. 18 1/2 Minute […]