Archive for the Electronic Category
X is the tenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1978, and on X Schulze attempted to execute a concept album of six “musical biographies” evoking contemporary or historical intellectuals with an influence on Schulze: Friedrich Nietzsche, Georg Trakl, Frank Herbert, Friedemann Bach, Ludwig II. von Bayern, […]
The self-titled 2011 debut album from Groundislava back on translucent red vinyl. For Jasper Patterson AKA Groundislava, creativity combined with the video game, sci-fi sounds and general aesthetics of the 1980’s have been instilled since day one. A young 20 year-old hailing from Venice, California, Jasper’s father both animated and […]
From the beginning, Dreijer’s solo music has carried a supernatural charge: Her pitch-shifted voice and chiming parallel fifths are enough to make the hairs on your arm stand on end, as though you had been visited by a ghost. The idea of Fever Ray as a kind of transcendental mood […]
Ahrpe Records Co-founder Amandra Navigates A Unique Space Between Droning Ambience And Polyrhythmic Funk On Dame De Bahia. His First Release To Emerge On Italian Imprint Obscura. This Is The French. Warsaw-based Producers Second Album And Followsa String Of Acclaimed Eps On Ahrpe. Semantica. Tikita And Silent Season.
Originally released on Virgin Records in 1982. was the fifth album of the German-American Friendship aka DAF. produced by Conny Plank in his legendary studio near Cologne. Robert Görl played all instruments.
Fluxion & Deepchord present: Transformations. will appear on Fluxion s Vibrant Music label. Accumulate is the first ep in a series of releases from the projects duo. Electronic techno music that shift shapes and maneuvers in uncharted sonic territories. by two known figures in the electronic music scene.
Ltd Repress! S.A.M.’s Debut album on his own Delaphine consisting of 3×12” heavy weight vinyl in the finest gatefold artwork designed by Max Binski. Mutantexture and S.A.M. himself. Scandinavian sound resonating with love.
Few producers in Detroit (or anywhere else in the world) can rival the pure levels of soul that genius Kenny Dixon, Jr. has committed to vinyl. This might make Silence in the Secret Garden somewhat of a surprise or letdown for fans of his earlier works. Most obsessive fans of the KDJ gospel will already have […]
“Tokimonsta is not content with standard 4/4 time signatures and versechorus-verse-style track construction — her instrumental compositions are a mind-melting mix of intricately layered samples, exotic percussion, and live instrumentation. Her songs take a strange approach to mellow —both cosmic and off-kilter. The seven tracks on Creature Dreams are all […]
Klaus Schulze is a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician that needs very little introduction. In the late sixties & early seventies he was a member of several iconic bands such as ‘Tangerine Dream’, ‘The Cosmic Jokers’ & ‘Ash Ra Tempel’ before launching a solo career consisting of more […]
Groove Dis Exclusive. The 3rd of three albums representing a snapshot of the Icelandic producer’s archive, as selected by TRIP label head NINA KRAVIZ. This 12-track album consists of more cinematic electronics and restrained instrumentation, with the occasional foray into more upbeat techno tracks. (TRIP)
Mule Musiq announce their new label, Studio Mule. Midnight In Tokyo Vol. 1 is a compilation of Japanese disco, boogie, and soul music. The compilation starts off with the Afro disco classic “Mi Mi Africa” by harmonica player Nobuo Yagi. “Silver Spot” is a jazzy fusion disco track taken from […]
Radio Martiko present a reissue of Hany Mehanna’s The Miracles Of The Seven Dances, originally released in 1973. A belly dance holy-grail from the organ king of Cairo, combining traditional rhythms with spaced-out modern sounds. Hany Mehanna, beloved musician and composer of the greatest artists from the Arab world, such […]
The artist sometimes known as Huerco S. ushers a phase shift of sound to the shoegazing harmonic gauze of Make Me Know You Sweet, his immersive debut proper as Pendant. In this horizontal mode, Brian Leeds relays abstract stories from a headspace beyond the dance, placing his interests in the […]
Munster Records present a reissue of this 1999 collaboration between Etant Donnés (Eric and Marc Hurtado) and Michael Gira (Swans), featuring Mark Cunningham (Mars) and Saba Komossa (Delkom). The album is based upon the text “Offenbarung und Untergang” (“Revelation and Demise”), written by the Austrian expressionist poet Georg Trakl in […]
Following up to three albums on Kompakt since 2011, the latest being Signs Under Test in 2015 , Los Angeles based house and techno producer John Tejada returns to the Cologne-based imprint with his thirteenth full-length, Dead Start Program — an eleven-track journey spanning a prismatic array of styles and […]
Greek producer Fluxion returns to Danish imprint Echocord with his Upsides & Sideways EP, comprising three original productions. The Athens-based artist opens with “En Route”, employing sharp percussive foundations, white noise atmospheres, and haunting chord progressions which evolve throughout the track before “The Place” offers dubbed-out synthesizer motifs and glitching […]
The first ever vinyl reissue of Christoph De Babalon’s If You’re Into It, I’m Out of It, originally released in 1997. Christoph De Babalon was a key member of Germany’s mutant splinter cells who fused UK rave music with more experimental, Teutonic techno, ambient, and hardedge politics to brutal effect […]
Cache Cache present a reissue of Madfilth, originally released in 1980. From the pumping heart of the Magnetic System comes the “dirtiest” Da-Da-dancefloor anti-jams with this lost 1979 blueprint of Italian conceptual cosmic disco played by the cream of the Goblin studio band. Carving its own grubby niche as an […]