Archive for the Techno Category
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 […]
Mark Ernestus dubs Equiknoxx to the moon and back for DDS with an irresistibly percolated take on “Congo Get Slap” backed with a jaw-dropping, Basic Channel-style version of “Flagged Up.” Like Shackleton’s dub of “The Stomper” by Cutty Ranks for DDS, the results here triangulate deep-rooted connections between Jamaica, Lancashire, […]
Double LP version. Includes 7″. Canadian beatdown master Eddie C is back with his fourth full-length on endless flight, Green Space. This new album is his unique mixture of laidback hip-hop and lo-fi house sound which is inspired by late ’80s to early ’90s music, and much darker than usual. […]
Lapsus Records presents the third release in its Perennial series, dedicated to reissuing contemporary electronica classics from established artists. The third release is from Christopher Scott Leary, who over the last two decades has produced a plethora of material under his pseudonym, Ochre. 2019 marks 15 years since the original […]
Ambien Baby’s Sophie Sweetland (D. Tiffany) and Dan Rincon (Nap) take it easy on their debut miniLP Sweetland & Rincon tend to a woozy drift between dusty country/shoegaze themes (‘Amor Propio’), breaks (‘Light & High’), Bomb The Bass-style drum trippy dance music (‘Mari Posa’) and washed out mid ‘90s trip hop […]
2LP Red Vinyl. Touched Music and Furthur Electronix two forward thinking labels have merged together to put out exclusive compilations. Putting some of the best music in the electronic genre in one place.
Strategy returns to Chris Farrells Idle Hands label for the first time since his Seeds Of Paradise LP, and his first record of the year following releases for Nite Owls Diner and Zam Zams sister label Khaliphonic in 2018. Here he turns in a bassy house number by the name […]
Tresor Records welcomes Rod Modell to its catalog with the release of his new album Captagon. Rod Modell needs no introduction, his various projects render him a master of techno. In repetition and barely noticeable change, Modell re-sculptures perceptions. His sound-design echoes cinematic ethereality, where ferric artifacts slam against percussion, […]
When Peggy Gou released her debut EP Art of War in 2016, she made a list of career goals. One of them was to become the first South Korean DJ to play Berlin’s techno institution Berghain, an objective she achieved only a few months later. Another item on that list […]
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.