Archive for the Electronic Category
‘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 […]
Double LP version with tracks by Steffi, Tracing Xircles, Basic Soul Unit, As One, Martyn, Afik Naim, Late Night Approach, and Answer Code Request. Limited to 500 copies.
Bureau B presents a reissue of Richard Pinhas’s Chronolyse, originally released in 1978. Pinhas is one of the most important French electronic space-rock musicians. Following five albums with Heldon, his band, he released solo records from 1977 on. His transition to solo material gave the guitarist and synthesist an opportunity to work on […]
Bureau B presents a reissue of Richard Pinhas’s East West, originally issued in 1980. The fourth solo album by French spacerock mastermind Pinhas, East West was his first and only album to be released by a major label (CBS). Some say it is his most commercial but Pinhas doesn’t see it that way. “Signing […]
3AM Spares is a new collection of Australian EDM compiled Andras and Instant Peterson that encompasses the darker sounds and later nights of the 1990s and beyond. Following on from forerunner compilation Midnite Spares, this release draws from local 12″ releases, CD-Rs and the archives of community radio station 3RRR FM to make a diverse and […]
Various Artists “Discophilia Belgica: Next-door-disco & Local Spacemusic from Belgium 1975-1987” (SDBAN)
Parts 1 & 2 in stock. Patrick, Raymond, Marianne, Roland, Kevin and Bert. These are among the most common and ordinary names in Belgium. Yet, these are also the names of some of the artists that appear of Discophilia Beligica, a 30-track compilation from groove-heavy record label SDBAN. Compiled by crate […]
Obi strip; Includes two-page insert. Wewantsounds present a reissue of Akiko Yano’s Tadaima., originally released in 1981. The first release Wewantsounds’ ambitious program to release Akiko Yano’s albums outside of Japan Tadaima. (“I’m home” in Japanese) is Yano’s fifth studio album and a synth-pop masterpiece, co-produced by her then husband Ryuichi Sakamoto and featuring all the […]
Beyond the decay of ruins hums the subtle sound of Vapor, a suite of dystopian instrumentals by Italians Do It Better visionary Johnny Jewel. His trademark analog synthesizers have never sounded more crystalline, their landscape never more evocatively barren. Chiming bells slowly twirl like the rusted music box of a […]
The Amsterdam-based duo Wanderwelle return to Silent Season with their second album. Gathering of the Ancient Spirits is inspired by the last years of the life of Paul Gauguin, which he spent on the islands of French Polynesia. The album tells the alternative history of his search for a land […]
Perceptions. That is what Garrett deals in. Not the kind that hit you from off a screen, the ones that emerge from the macro. He steps outside of himself during the recording process, so it’s only right for the listener to do the same. This is for wide open spaces, […]
Words that capture this resultant outcome. A spectral haze of subconscious, living rhythms. A meeting of mind-tribes. Close; Kudo; Ruscha; Tripp. Hear, the discovery of Tkil. Such collaboration can bring powerful interests, mixing diversity with vivid psychedelic motions. Soundscapes of improvised beats, jamming intersections float and pierce the sonic sphere. […]
The original electronic music trailblazers -The Prodigy- are back with some of their fiercest ever tunes. ‘No Tourists’, has been written, produced and mixed over the last year by Liam Howlett in his studio in London’s Kings Cross. Though this is – Liam notes – “very much a band album”. […]
It’s not often we mention Jimi Hendrix and Trap music in the same sentence. Or Brixton and George Benson. In this case Mansur Brown embodies all of these. An integral part of the groundbreaking Yussef Kamaal album, he now releases his debut album on Black Focus Records. As Thundercat claims […]