Archive for the Electronic Category
Scorpio Rising is the third album by British electronica band Death in Vegas, which features guest vocalists Liam Gallagher, Hope Sandoval, Nicola Kuperus, and Paul Weller. Death in Vegas’ Richard Fearless and Tim Holmes created one of their finest records by combining synths with guitar rock and psychedelia. A taste of “My bloody Valentine” […]
5 Years after the New Age cult-classic album Music For Massage hit the shelves, it’s sequel was silently released. Never intended for consumer sale, Music For Massage II was only known to a select few masseuses and tape collectors. The very definition of esoteric. Musically, it’s both an homage to […]
By 1981, after four years of DIY electronics, it was time for a change. For Philip Sanderson that change came in the form of film. At first, requests came from friends for soundtrack work, and by the end of the decade he was making short experimental 16mm films himself. On One of […]
Revolting Cocks are an American-Belgian alternative industrial rock band that began as a side project for Richard 23 of Front 242, Luc van Acker and Al Jourgensen of Ministry and was active between the years 1985 to 1993, then on and off between 2004 to present in various incarnations. RevCo […]
Originally released in 1979, Iceland is Richard Pinhas’ third solo album and his first following the breakup of Heldon. While moving away from the maximalism of his old band, paring down Heldon’s hybrid of otherworldly sci-fi imagery and pummeling psych-prog riffs, the journey through Iceland is decidedly more inward. Consisting of […]
Records & Tapes is proud to present the latest LP from Vancouver’s Neu Balance entitled, In my life, I’ve loved them all. This full length album marks the creative return of the Neu Balance moniker after a three year hiatus. In my life, I’ve loved them all debuts Sam Beatch […]
OUFOUFOF represents the beginning of a new turn for SHXCXCHCXSH, one born out of a fresh conceptual approach to rhythm. Having concentrated in recent years on music for more experimental scenes, SHXCXCHCXSH wanted to create music for the club, but not with the usual 4/4 approach. “…the main focus being […]
Fabian Kempe’s productions under the name of Korridor have consistently presented a foreboding and striking assembly. Previous appearances on Northern Electronics have taken in stuttering percussive works as well as tense minimalist designs. His debut album ‘End of Cycle’ applies a breadth of expression to a wide palette of mesmerizing […]
Aleksi Perala returns to Clone/Dub recordings with a lush mini album. 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, […]
12 brand new Egyptian Lover tracks that will take you right back to 1984. Back to the future!! This album was recorded the way they recorded back in 1984 with analog equipment and a real 808 drum machine in a professional studio. 1984 is an Historic long awaited album made […]
‘Based in Flint, Michigan, USA the four young sons of an electrician welded together their debut album. This album, titled Elektroworld, is a personal tribute to the well known pioneers of the electro-disco-beat; Kraftwerk.” Clone Classic Cuts reissue of the illustrious Elecktroids’ one and only album from 1995. Deluxe edition. […]
Repress of the now classic compilation of Classics 1998 – 2003, presented with the original artwork. Twelve tracks for those who like it the easy way and don’t want to collect all the 12’s.
erlin-based collective African Acid Is The Future inaugurates its new label partnership with The Vinyl Factory by releasing the first in a three-part 2×12″ series Ambiance. The first instalment, Ambiance I, captures two extraordinary live performances in Berlin, backed by remixes from AAITF members Dauwd and Wolfonacid on the second […]
(RE-ISSUE of the much longed for 2013 LP with alternate artwork). Samo DJ and Max Stenerudh have billed the record as a conceptual soundtrack set in Kowloon’s Walled City, an ex military fort in Hong Kong that became notorious for its dense population, Triad connections and lack of governmental control. […]
People Plus are CZ Wang and Joli B., signaling from a studio and or Hut in some remote location. Their debut EP consists of three trips into time in just as many styles. Side A belongs to Olympus Mons, a song as big as the mountain its named from. Snake […]
Super deep African / New Age / Minimalistic / Ambient crossover from Cabo Verde – Not the typical record, a beautiful listening experience Check! Originally conceived as a book of 6 poems that developed into a record released independently in 1986, Universo Da Ilha sits at the cross-section of many […]
Nine tracks of cataclysmic muck, gutter ambience and high-time drama by the one they call de Babalon. Exquisite angst: full-throttle, neckbreakin’ experiments from his haunting past. Disorderly clang rushing at a million miles per hour. Subliminal, narcotic… the shadow world of Hamburg’s hidden reverse. Beats bitcrushed, neurosis self-inflicted: that sinking […]
Finders Keepers presents Denis Wise’s Wize Music, one of the most unique and unlikely exponents of the highly collectible genres of ambient electronics, experimental tape-music and PINA (Private Issue New Age). This English-born Jamaican-raised sound designer, artist and existentialist furrowed his own unblinkered path through lesser-charted electronic fields for many moons before […]
First ever official reissue of this killer space disco album from 1979 by Ganymed from Austria, remastered from the original master tapes. Contains insert with rare photos. Originally released on Bacillus Records.
Reissue of the legendary kraut-disco masterpiece by Austrian band Ganymed, remastered from the original master tapes. Contains insert with rare photos. Originally released in 1978 on Bacillus records.
Somewhere between a computer game soundtrack, pulpy sci-fi score, and an armchair accelerant, ‘Time Tourist’ holds a special place in the pantheon of mid-late ‘90s electronica/IDM. Some of it sounds pretty dated now, but the innocent sincerity of of B12’s retro-futurist aesthetics still glow from highlights such as ‘Infinite Lites […]