Archive for the Electronic Category
After a seven-year hiatus since the release of their debut LP on ESP Institute, Kyle Martin and Jonny Nash’s Land Of Light return with The World Lies Breathing, their sophomore album for Melody As Truth. Written and composed over the course of two years, The World Lies Breathing reflects the […]
Music From Memory’s latest release sees the reissue of the lost art record Marea/Tide: Sound And Image Research Volume One by Italian Wave duo Alessandro Pizzin and Piergiuseppe Ciranna aka Ruins. Ciranna and Pizzin first conceived the Sound And Image Research series back in the early ’80s, when they were […]
As Planetary Assault Systems, Luke Slater is an innovator of psychedelic mindfuck techno. Across a lengthy catalog that stretches back into the ’90s, the music’s bleepy, polyrhythmic loops are as recognizable as they are genre-defining. Plantae is Slater’s first release as PAS on Ostgut Ton since Arc Angel (OSTGUT 037CD/023LP, […]
Double LP version. Double-LP version comes on purple (A-B) and silver (C-D) vinyl; First time on vinyl. Trip Reset: A Story of a Lost Album Re-Awakened by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Psychic TV featuring The Angels Of Light. “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun” was written originally […]
Spittle Records present a reissue of Comix’s self-titled album, originally released in 1981. One of the most treasured French minimal wave records is back on vinyl. Comix, a duo of guitarist/composer André Demay and DJ/singer Natan Hercberg, are a one album project. Their first single “Touche Pas Mon Sexe”, recorded […]
Released in 1980 while Yellow Magic Orchestra was enjoying its first wave of mega-success, B-2 Unit was Ryuichi Sakmoto’s second full length solo effort. Contrasting with the pop-oriented works Sakamoto was doing with YMO at the time, B-2 Unit was produced with a focus on sounds and tones rather than […]
This year marks the 5th anniversary of Susumu Yokota’s departure from this world and yet he is very much still here. His music always had a timeless quality and this new release is a perfect example. It was conceived following the discovery of a DAT tape by Mark Beazley containing […]
Former member of the Kingdom Afrocks band and one of the most talented artists of today’s Japanese music scene, drummer and multi-instrumentalist Naoito creates with “dotA” an explosive and unique mix of spiritual jazz, afro flavors and soul. Sung in Japanese and English and bringing the very best musicians of […]
A solo album from JORJA CHALMERS, the saxphonist/keyboardist of Bryan Ferry’s band. A dreamy twelve-track affair self-recorded and produced by Chalmers with mixing by JOHNNY JEWELL and DEAN HURLEY. A perfect addition to the Italians Do It Better family.
Dark Day is the brainchild of Robin Crutchfield, a New York City based musician, performance artist, and writer. Robin’s musical path began in 1977 when he formed the no wave group DNA with Arto Lindsay and Ikue Mori. In 1979 Crutchfield left DNA to pursue his more synthesizer-based solo project. […]
Expanded reissue of New Zealand guitar pioneer Roy Montgomery’s rare and revered full-length debut, Scenes From The South Island, originally released in 1995 by West Coast experimental / space rock label Drunken Fish. Recorded on both coasts on a pair of Tascam 4-tracks, the album is alternately wistful, windswept, skeletal, shredded, and strange. Solo […]
Game-changing multi-instrumentalist Kamaal Williams is the latest big name to record a mix for DJ-Kicks’ prestigious series. Due for release on November 8th, it features four of his own exclusive tracks, and illuminates some of the influences that spurred him to become such a prominent, vital artist. “The main aim […]
Berlin based cellist and composer Anne Müller announces the release of her long awaited debut solo album Heliopause on November 22, with the hypnotic new piece Nummer 2. Heliopause follows several Erased Tapes releases featuring Anne, including her celebrated collaboration with Nils Frahm titled 7fingers, appearances on Ólafur Arnalds & […]
0PN takes his place in Warp’s Indian summer archival shower with his KCRW Session for the legendary West Coast US radio station The four tracks render Oneohtrix Point Never at his proggiest, cycling thru tweaked takes on the heart-burning epic ‘Love In The Time Of Lexapro’, plus the Pierre Bastien […]
4LP & DVD. This new fully expanded version of the classic album from 1999 brings together the original album with previously unreleased ‘Secret Psychedelic Mixes’ and a selection of remixes from the period, curated by Tom and Ed over 4 180gram vinyl LPs. There’s also a DVD containing the hugely […]
When science fiction turns science fact the effect can be truly momentous. The state demands that no-one wants an unlicensed machine-hum from an outbuilding; no-one wants clever prose mapping the future, no-one wants “music” that is attention-seeking, soul-defining, beneficial, Biblical, baroque and beautiful. No-one told Jane Weaver that. Jane Weaver’s […]
The much anticipated debut album by Giant Swan, the brainchild of Robin Stewart & Harry Wright; an acerbic marriage of energized, aggressive dance music, quaking bass and hypnotic electronic noise. Across a table of machines and pedals, incorporating abused guitar and liberal vocal manipulation, Giant Swan create a cross-breed of […]
“I have always been searching for a way to articulate the intangible area between the recognizable and the unfathomable, a feeling perhaps informed by some long-abandoned experiments with psychedelics. This has been a continued pursuit starting with my tape experiments in the 1970’s until the present, with technological evolution driving […]
Following his critically acclaimed collections Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties and Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties, Carl Stone quickly follows-up Baroo with a double-LP album of recent works, including the final section of Fujiken, his epic journey through southeast Asian field recordings and street cassette culture. […]
A repress of the 2017 compilation dedicated to the output of the electronic artist from Belgium. Jan van den Broeke combines synthwave, minimal wave, ambient and more.
Dustin O’Halloran and Adam Wiltzie make a bold return as A Winged Victory For The Sullen on their new album The Undivided Five. On The Undivided Five they rekindle their unique partnership for only their second piece of original music outside of film, TV and stage commissions, creating an album […]
Blending techno innovation, punk snarl and metal aggression, “Paradise” is an impactful set of beats, crunching guitars & dual vocal of founder Sascha K. & Lucia Cifarelli. This release finds a focused, furious and fed-up KMFDM at its finest.
First, the intel: since the emergence of 100% GALCHER, his first mixtape in 2013, Cleveland-raised, New York-based producer and DJ Galcher Lustwerk has operated in his own lane of low-key hip-house music. Deep, smooth, psychedelic, equally cut for the club, after-hours, night drives, and headphones.The sound was set from the […]