Archive for the Techno Category
Hailing from Montreal, Canada is M.S.L. For their BAKK debut the duo present three rugged floor oriented tracks. A fast paced belter for the A side and two nuanced electro tracks for the flip. Comes in hand printed artwork provided by the BAKK Quebecian Consulate.
Reissue of rare UK ambient techno from ’93-‘94 Cold Blow has joined forces with Berlin’s AVA. Records in unearthing some of the finest ambient techno from the Artificial Intelligence era in a beautiful double LP package. The compilation covers essential cuts from the back catalog of J. M. Adkins’ releases […]
Brendon Moeller is an artist that needs no introduction. The South African-born living in the US, like few of his generation constantly challenges himself with new concepts and ideas, has incorporated techno, dub, jazz, ambient, sound design into his works throughout the years. He’s never chased the limelight, but instead […]
Outer rim junkyard elektro. Recorded in Berlin 2018 by Shy (uon, caveman lsd), Naemi (exael) and Brian (huerco s, pendant) Ooze your mind Brought to you by D. Tiffany & uon xpq? is a subsidiary of Plush Managements Inc. & Experiences LTD.
The 3rd EP (of 4) looking at the music of Exquisite Corpse’s output from 1992 to 1994. As with the rest of the series the music included covers the palette of Robbert Heynen’s output and is presented here, remastered and redesigned for club play. Working as ever with friend and […]
Following on from an exquisite album last year and a more recent dub techno workout on Mörk, 1800HaightStreet return to the Lobster black label for a mind-bending four tracker. ‘Alone’ tempts us into a dark and bleak industrial cavern with hallow pads and dusty snares, followed by thick, sludgy pads […]
The subversive electronics duo is back at it again for the sixth release on Planet Euphorique. Ambien Baby brings you another slab of total sonic disorientation, the good kind the one that invites you to dance, but also questions the stifling boundaries of genre within electronic music. Dreaming up a […]
Derek Carr’s reputation as a treasured force in UK deep techno is well established now, at least compared to before his mammoth reissue campaign with For Those That Knoe began. Label and artist deliver once again, this time with a mammoth quadruple pack vinyl that gathers together some of the […]
Icelandic producer Isar Logi Arnarsson aka Cold originally released ‘Strobe Light Network’ on Thule Records in 1995. Traversing iridescent, hallucinatory electronics and submerged, slow dub techno rhythms, the 15 minute beauty was picked up by Sven Väth as the closing track of Love Parade 1996, and now 23 years later […]
2019 REPRESS!!! Hailing From Montreal, Canada Is M.s.l. For Their Bakk Debut The Duo Present Three Rugged Floor Oriented Tracks. A Fast Paced Belter For The A Side And Two Nuanced Electro Tracks For The Flip. Comes In Hand Printed Artwork Provided By The Bakk Quebecian Consulate.
Alphonse continues his ‘chuck it all in the blender’ approach to music making with the ‘Brainstorming EP’ on Klasse Wrecks. Imagine a world where the best parts of early 90s dance music meld together woozily, taking leads from Detroit melancholia, Chicago stomp and Breakbeat swagger. Nothing is as it appears […]
Have you ever wondered what it sounds like to pack late night influences and dancefloor memories from Northern Hemisphere touring into your luggage, take it home to a sunburnt island and let it sweat out a bit more in the studio? Us neither. To be honest, I don’t think anyone […]
The mighty DJ Spider lands on Green Village after delivering a 12″ to the Jersey City label a couple of years back. Spider’s deadly combination of the weird and tough is whisked into a canny blend on this record – the synths have a warm, melodious quality that complements his […]
In between the re-releases of the two legendary Drexciya albums released on Tresor in 99 and 01, the Berlin techno institute is proud to re-present Transllusions *Mind Over Positive and Negative Dimensional Matter*, the 12 inch single which originally accompanied the album *The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate*.
Double LP version. From beyond our universe, the Alientronic invasion arrives on Planet Earth. One of the great ambassadors of Berlin techno, Ellen Allien presents her brand new album Alientronic. This is a body of work rooted in the city where it was recorded, Ellen’s home and the place where […]
Double LP version. Special Request returns from hibernation with Vortex, an album he made in his underpants. Of the new material, he says, “I had a right fucking doss making this. Fuck all that conceptual guff m888” The music here is strictly bowel-evacuating bangers; those of a nervous disposition should […]
2019 repress. After the re-release of Drexciya’s Neptune’s Lair and Transllusion’s The Opening of the Cerebral Gate, Harnessed the Storm is the third album in Tresor Records’ great Drexciya reissue program. Originally released in 2002, Harnessed the Storm was conceived as the opening chapter of the legendary Seven Storms — […]
Sam Kerridge teams up with DVA Damas’ Taylor Burch in The Other, a narrative-structured collaboration set to an absorbing contrast of seething electronics and technoid impulses riddled by droll vocals in billowing negative space. Opening his sound up to mutual spirits, and allowing more space and time for his sounds […]
LP version, includes printed inner and sticker. Originally released in 2003 on CD only, Re.sort was conceived by Sora aka Takeshi Kurosawa. Soothing cut-ups and analog collages for dreamers in the summer breeze, Re.sort is a miracle of Japanese electronica. Widely unknown but very necessary, fragments and textures playfully flirt […]
2019 is Mule Musiq’s 15 years anniversary. Their seventh release of 2019 is Roman Flügel’s debut single on the label. The title track on side A is an electric soul house tune and the B side is hypnotic jazzy deep house. It’s reminiscent of Kuniyuki.
On his DFA debut, German experimental techno producer Edward largely departs from the 4/4 grid he frequents and blurs the focus towards a more slippery, improvisational vibe. Fans of his Desert Sky alias, as well as his work reshaping classic tracks by Harmonia & Eno and Rolf Trostel of Tangerine […]