Archive for the Electronic Category
Originally published as a cassette on Gast’s 5 Gate Temple in 2016. An important offering in the British producer’s output. Revitalizing Anglo-Saxon folklore through bassy dub magic. Haunter Records is now remedying the physical unavailability of the album by giving it renewed life as a limited double-LP.
Returning with his first album in 13 years, Errorsmith‘s Superlative Fatigue long-awaited release on PAN arrives as his perhaps most optimistic record yet. Placing a strong emphasis on spectral exploration, the tracks tell an inherent story and span a musical arc with his recognizable synthesized tones, computerized vocal effects, and timbral changes in […]
2017 repress. Mono No Aware is the first compilation to be released on PAN, collating unreleased ambient tracks from both new and existing PAN artists. Featuring Jeff Witscher, Helm, TCF, Yves Tumor, M.E.S.H., Pan Daijing, HVAD, Kareem Lotfy, ADR, Mya Gomez, Sky H1, James K, Oli XL, Bill Kouligas, Flora Yin-Wong, Malibu, and AYYA, the compilation moves through more traditional notions of what is called “ambient”, to incorporating wider […]
Compiled with unparalleled access to his private studio vault, Finders Keepers present the first-ever collection of Gökçen Kaynatan’s pioneering early electronic works. Featuring a selection of his experimental pop and rock recordings dating from as early as the 1968.
The Brainwaltzera Remix EP features Luke Vibert, Eva Geist, Philipp Otterbach, Guavid, and Ignazz. Andrea Noce, aka Eva Geist, takes on “Kurzweil Dame”, lifted from the Poly-Ana album , and gently shifts the work from 4/4 to a decidedly eccentric half-time dub pulse. Newcomer Ignazz flips “Marzipan Leftovers”, transforming the original from blissed out IDM into a classic electro cut. Luke […]
Colón Man is the debut album proper by visionary Jamaican dancehall artists Gavin Blair (Gavsborg) and Jordan Chung(Time Cow) plus their extended crew, aka Equiknoxx — once again for Demdike Stare’s label. Where their widely acclaimed Bird Sound Power (DDS 020CD/LP) primer compilation, issued on DDS in 2016, brought the rest of the world up to speed with […]
This compilation presents 12 of the most memorable and sought-after songs of the era recorded by female artists. The music is a reflection of the unbridled optimism, technological achievement, excess and exuberance of Bubble-era Japan. More than catchy melodies and funky baselines, these are reflections of a time when Japan […]
“Force” is probably the most accessible of all A Certain Ratio’s Factory releases. “Force” precedes both Madchester and acid house by at least a couple of years and yet you can hear the embryonic forms of both in this record.
One of the biggest rarities from the cosmische kraut underground scene has to be Hardy Kukuk’s lost 1981 top Berlin School electronic masterpiece Atemnot. Kukuk’s synth explorations take the adventures of masters of the genre like Tangerine Dream or Klaus Schulze one step further into the early eighties. Kukuk is […]
Trespassing is a 2LP compilation focusing on Dutch electronic artist Michel Banabila’s incursions into otherworldly and imagined realms. LP1 is a compilation of works spanning over 20 years that acts as a bridge between his earliest work and his contemporary practice. LP2 is a reissue of his early masterpiece Marilli, […]
Dark Entries is honored to finally present the first ever official vinyl reissue of Space Museum by SOLID SPACE. Solid Space was the British duo of DAN GOLDSTEIN (keyboards, vocals) and MATTHEW “MAF” VOSBURGH (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals) formed in 1980.
Daphni presents a new album! The club-dance project of Dan Snaith (also the maestro behind Caribou) recently released a Fabriclive mix that was made up of fragments of unreleased new Daphni tracks… Well now some of those tracks have been extended, completed and released, in the form of Joli Mai. […]
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge are back with Yes Lawd! Remixes, a new reworking of their debut as NxWorries. It only made sense for Knxwledge, being the prolific remixer that he is, to remix his own album, adding a new interpretation to the tracks featuring Anderson .Paak’s vocals.
The Graveyard and The Ballroom” is the first album by A Certain Ratio. Originally released in 1980 this album has been a collectors’ item ever since it’s initial release on cassette-only by Factory Records ( see New Order,Durutti Column, Happy Mondays, Joy Division)
Invisible City returns with the hotly anticipated reissue of Amajovi Jovi by Durban’s kwaito giant, Sandy B. Originally self-released on cassette and a white label 12” in post Apartheid South Africa in 1994. Amajovi Jovi is a type of dance. Massive rave basslines, pounding drums, flutes, sirens, beer bottle sounds […]
Thanks to a pair of impressive albums and a string of fine singles on The Lauren Becall, Lobster Theremin and Mork, each new release from dusty deep house explorer Grant is keenly anticipated. Happily, we can confirm that this third full-length excursion contains some of the mysterious West Coast producer’s […]
Five years after the illustrious Paranormal Soul LP, techno derelict Danny Wolfers aka Legowelt returns on Clone with “Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time”. A vivid collection of twelve genre-defying tracks: from late-night hermit house to Memphis rap influenced slowjam electro, from Amiga 1200 technorave to cosmic spaceweed trance, […]
Cindy Li is one of the busiest promoters in Toronto. Among other parties, she puts on Work In Progress, an event series and radio show that highlights dance music made by female-identifying artists. Spending years spinning opening slots has allowed her to develop a DJ style that favours dreamy melodies, […]
Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes is the second solo album by Thom Yorke of the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released on 26 September 2014. It was produced by Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, with artwork by Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood. Now a vinyl reissue out on XL Recordings 2017.