Archive for the Electronic Category
First reissue of this classic French electronic album for the RSD France. Goodbye, Koudlam’s first epic album, goes beyond the observation; it becomes mass, celebration. Amongst ruins, however, a question remains: Are you ready for a last dance before the prophecy accomplished?
Osaka, Japan-based electronic music producer/musician “ind_fris” will release his first LP record “Sink In” from his own Scaffolder recordings. This LP includes 7 soft & watery sounds recorded with analog synthesizers, drum machines, guitars, and vintage Rhodes piano. Under the influences of ambient, newage, jazz-fusion, and deep house sounds, “ind_fris” […]
Oberst & Buchner of Vienna based Best Kept Secret Heimlich Musik Collective with their first album.Each track of Oberst & Buchners debut album Sfumato is rich with anticipation and residue, it feels like being taken on a very controlled journey through space and time by another life form. The two […]
Phantom Island’s founders Kejeblos, Lexx and Foster all delivered the goods over the last two years of the young Swiss label’s existence. Now the fourth incorporator Ron Shiller, who’s also responsible for renowned Zurich imprint Drumpoet Community, teams up with his longstanding friend Foster for this delicate endeavour. Releasing music […]
Kyoto’s ‘Venetian Blinds’ fines the tightest line between flash funk and in-the-pocket cool, with Belinda De Bruyn glyding icy over blinding FM synth stabs and puckered bass hustle to jog a precious part of collective memory – it nails a vibe so well you think you know it, even if […]
The 68th edition of the DJ-Kicks mix series is another landmark one, with experimental producer Laurel Halo taking the reins. The American’s adventurous 28 track trip features seven exclusives, including two of her own plus those from Rrose, Machinewoman, FIT Siegel, Nick León and Ikonika.
Dedicated to the life and work of Robert Lax (1915-2000), the American poet who lived on Patmos, Greece, as a self-exiled hermit since the sixties. Jack Kerouac called Lax “one of the great original voices of our times, a Pilgrim in search of beautiful innocence”. The Chi Factory would like […]
After almost two years in the works, ROHS! is glad to announce the release of “Poems” 2×12″ by Ludvig Cimbrelius aka Purl. He began to use this alias at the age of 15, as a tribute to the sounds of nature that helped him rediscover inner peace. The intention behind […]
Electronic artist and founder of bbbbbb Bjarki announces new album ‘Happy Earthday’ with a slew of tour dates in the new year, including shows in London, Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Sydney and Barcelona. “Maybe you can feel the melancholy of my life, the nature overall. Volcanos and the lava flowing down […]
Under the tree In The Cave At The Water, there’s where youll find Eleventeen Eston savouring the shade since his 2014 debut LP Delta Horizon turned the spotlight his way. Taking shelter in the subterranean, the Perth musician has found a sound saturated with entheogenic splendour, growing something gorgeous from […]
We’re proud to announce Intrusion (cv313/echospace) reworks of Phase90’s, “Infinitati” an album Boomkat hailed as, “a place to dip your toes in Deepchord/Echospace’s oceans of sound, this is it.” A night time walk on the wrong side of the street, creepy and ominous in nature as a result of the […]
This album is the result of some musings on what drives us in life and how we come to terms with our place in the world. I wrote it around the time I was finishing my philosophy degree. I had also come to a point where I wanted to make […]
22 years since a last appearance, Placid Angles partners with Londons Magicwire to share with you a second full length, First Blue Sky. Placid Angles (John Beltran) & Magicwire would like to dedicate this album to you, the earth & everything. First Blue Sky is due mid March. For now […]
2019 will mark 25 years since the formation of Download, the avant-garde, post-industrial project featuring Skinny Puppy’s Cevin Key, and Vancouver fixture musician Phil Western. Unknown Room is the project’s 11th studio album, recorded in Los Angeles over a several-year period, culminating in a recent two-month session in the Fall […]
Samuel van Dijk releases his third album as VC-118A on Delsin Records. It dives deep into the sonic narrative of VC-118A –who is also known as Mohlao– and mixes up his unique sounds with evocative musical imagery. An album that goes from sparse, mysterious grooves to shiny underwater electro to […]
Pavel Milyakov aka Buttechno is mostly known for his brilliant take on dance music, but we’re also big fans of his avant-garde ambient material. This LP combines the amorphous electronic soundscapes of Artemiev with the strangeness of Chiastic-Slide Autechre and the beautiful expansiveness of Pete Kember’s best work. It could […]
Aleksi Perala with the last installment of the Sunshine series! Beautiful and bright modern electronix based on the Colundi musical tuning system. (quote Dj Rephlex; ”the frequencies were chosen via experimentation and philosophy, each relating to a specific human bio-resonance, or psychology, traditional mysticism or belief, physics, astronomy, maths, chemistry.”) […]
Delsin’s first reissue album of 2019 is the album ‘Repeats’, an important techno and IDM record from collaborative outfit Repeat, which originally landed on A13 in 1995. Nineties collective Repeat started out as Mark Broom, Andy Turner and Ed Handley, with Dave Hill joining in later on. Ed and Andy, […]
The relentless stride of Northern Electronics can be put down to the attitudes of its owners, Anthony Linell and Jonas Runnberg. Their collaborative project, Ulwhednar, has been shapeshifting at the centre of the label since its inception, and has captured their hard line electronics in its many guises. Following on […]
Touched Music and Furthur Electronix two forward thinking labels have merged together to put out exclusive compilations. Putting some of the best music in the electronic genre in one place. This is part 2.