Archive for the Techno Category
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 […]
“Berceuse Heroique is very proud to announce that one of our biggest heroes is going to be our next release for this year. Pinch, one of the seminal members of the Bristol scene, is kickstarting a trilogy of 12″s that we call ‘an ode to sound system culture’, trying to […]
Repress !!! Reissue of Ex-Terrestrials debut EP lands comfortably on Temple. Resting somewhere between the inner and outer, Paraworld is the space for thoughtful and reflective explorations. Recommended for lovers of that Chillbient TM sound.
The Periodico Guys Come With Hot Repress Action, Including Remixes And Stuff! Recommended! Intoxicating and scorching electro-space rock by Mystic Jungle and Rico Milord. Limited reissue edition on 12″ with an additional special extended version.
2019 Repress !! An unbound, rolling matrix of white noise & wrought iron percussion, replete with disembodied choirs that pan uncomfortably in and out of the sonic hinterland.
The first album on Numbers from Complete Walkthru aka US producer Max McFerren, titled Scrolls, is out on 20th September 2019. Scolls plays around with themes of privacy, disillusionment and personal development over eleven tracks, representing a transitional time in McFerren’s life. Through Scrolls’ early stages he moved from New […]
Delsin founder Marsel Van Der Wielen revives his Peel Seamus alias for a debut album proper. The leading Dutch techno label began in 1996 with a cassette-only Peel Seamus release, Publik Draft, which Van Der Wielen primarily distributed through early online channels of communication. There was a small flurry of […]
Following two sampler EPs in April and June this year, Vince Watson finally releases this double LP as last part of his ‘DnA’ album. A project focusing purely on Detroit Techno and House and what might be his biggest and best album to date. Released on his own Everysoul Audio […]
Following up his pair of cryptically luminous EPs for Northern Electronics in the past years, Evigt Morker presents his debut album, Krona. With a shuffling atmosphere that’s hard to pin down, the album chronically fixates on the degradation and construction of rhythmic drills with finely rendered parts and patterns. Spiralling […]
Tribe of Colin’s Age Of Aquarius is something really special. Juddering bangers and hypnotic body-rockers, dazed spells and rootical wig-outs spun from early Detroit, West African field recordings, dub and beatbox hip hop; rough as fuck and clatteringly percussive, but shot through with a gritty numinousness. Soundboy techno; Stokey worries. […]
Double LP version. Offworld started off with the question: “what if Jam & Lewis signed to Metroplex?” Offworld is the third of four albums from Special Request in 2019. Paul Woolford, aka Special Request, has a BBC Radio 1 Residency show.
Platform 23 follow those ace “Alternative Funk” releases with a 4 EP collection of the music of Dutch producer Robbert Heijnen (Psychick Warriors Of Gaia / SUMUS) and his Exquisite Corpse project. First appearing as a one off contribution to a Katharos Foundation compilation cassette and using only tape loops […]
Mechanical Fantasy Box is Cowley’s homoerotic journal, or as he called it, “graphic accounts of one man’s sex life.” The journal begins in 1974 and ends in 1980 on his 30th birthday. It chronicles his slow rise to fame from lighting technician at The City Disco to crafting a ground-breaking […]
“I felt totally unrestrained making this album” says Lindstrøm about his 6th solo album On A Clear Day I Can See You Forever (a title inspired by the 1970’s musical On A Clear Day You Can See Forever starring Barbra Streisand). “I’ve listened to Robert Wyatt’s solo albums and his […]
Double LP version. 180 gram transparent red vinyl. Afrodeutsche (Henrietta Smith-Rolla) is a British born Ghanaian/Russian/German artist, composer, producer, and DJ based in Manchester. Afrodeutsche’s DJ style is a synthesis of Drexciya and Underground Resistance — inspired selections, intercut with a variety of forward-thinking UK techno such as Bola and […]
Octal Industries returns from hiatus as a solo artist after several succesful releases teaming up with fellow Thule artist OHM. This release is dedicated to his signature sound which is the perfect mix between Detroit dubtechno and stone cold Icelandic chords recollecting the vibe of his early collaboration with Deepchord […]
Originally designed as a friend-to-friend, unofficial comp to be played on your car system by the parking lot of some local minimarket with the woofers set to eleven, mullet in the wind and cans of energy drinks pouring, J-ZBEL’s longed-for debut LP ‘Dog’s Fart Is So Bad The Cat Throws […]
Steffi and Virginia return with Work A Change, an eight-track double-EP on Ostgut Ton inviting you into new dimensions of the sonic world they have crafted together over a number of years. Since their iconic 2011 collaboration “Yours” — which became an instant classic — the duo has experimented with […]
Von Spar celebrates the 10th anniversary of their groundbreaking 2009 album, Foreigner, with a reissue edition of the long-time out-of-print LP. Von Spar consist of Sebastian Blume, Jan Philipp Janzen, Philip Tielsch, and Christopher Marquez. On Foreigner, Von Spar has once again put themselves to the task of juxtaposing seemingly […]
Vatican Shadow’s impossible to find early tapes finally arrive on vinyl, kicking off a completist series of new Dubplate & Mastering remasters with a first volume featuring: Byzantine Private CIA (2010), Mural of Saddam (2011), and Yemeni Commandos (2011). Arriving under a shroud of anonymity in 2010 with the four […]
Double LP version. 180 gram vinyl; Gatefold sleeve, printed with a metallic pantone; Printed inner-sleeves; Includes 29-track download card (with bonus tracks) — includes the complete full-length triple-CD album. London Records present a 21 Year Anniversary Reissue of Goldie’s Saturnz Return, originally released in 1997. Goldie collaborated with London Records […]
In seeking to explore music’s place in time and space, Emotional Response has cast a wide fusion. Interpretations on krautrock (Black Deer/Montezumas Rache), techno (Not Waving/Roy Of The Ravers), kosmische (Brain Machine), polyrhythms (Durian Brothers/Don’t DJ), psychedelic (Fuxa/Tomaga), balearic (Secret Circuit/The Naturals), drone (Abul Mogard/Matthewdavid) and ambient (pretty much the […]