Archive for the Techno Category
S.O.N.S is back with the last instalment of the “T.O.K.Y.O” series. This time it is a double 12″ called Shin-Okubo One Night Stand. This record is made to be played using a turntable at home, at your friend’s birthday party or at your uncle’s wedding. Club use is possible too […]
Artwork (real name Arthur Smith) launches his own label ‘Unfinished Records’ with the release of ‘Let Go Of This Acid’. Described by Smith as his “not so secret weapon”, ‘Let Go Of This Acid’ has been a staple in discerning DJ sets, radio sessions and live streams for near on […]
One of the best Album in 2018 – Skee Masks endless search and fascination for fresh music. weed and burgers channeled into his own vision of sound. Enjoy the ride through his second album. a detailed experimental universe of a young dedicated hustler. 2LP Vinyl + DL Code
Transllusion alias. is the 3rd outing of the project and. surrounded with an even brighter aureole than the previous recordings. confirms the status of its producers mastermind.
Conforce Is Back On His Home Label With Four More Of His Richly Detailed And Hugely Atmospheric Techno Tracks. Its His First Release On Delsin Since Latest Album Autonomous Back In 2017 And Finds Him In Typical Underwater Techno Territory. Celestion Kicks Things Off With Smeared Pads And Rubbery. Dubby […]
For its 303rd release, Tresor present a commissioned work by Donato Dozzy, Filo Loves The Acid. Rome-based production maestro and DJ extraordinaire Donato Dozzy is unanimously considered as an illustrious leading light in all techno artforms. Along his long career and extensive discography, Dozzy has proven to use his instruments […]
180 gram vinyl. Arthur Cayzer was a relative late-comer to dance music. He grew up in various hardcore and punk bands before moving to London and being swept away by dubstep. After just six months messing around making his own stuff on Logic, Pitchfork coverage piqued the interest of the […]
Ren Schofield has returned with a new installment in his notorious LP series for Spectrum Spools. LP has all the earmarks of the classic Container sound with its uber-mangled, saturated tape garble and headlong tempo macabre. However, this new set of tracks feature an attention to composition unlike much of […]
Repressed. “The self-titled LP will be the London-based duo’s seventh release on Will Bankhead’s label, following five EPs and a cassette-only mixtape of live recordings. Rezzett, which spans eight tracks, further explores the fuzzy techno and experimentalism of the pair’s previous records.”
Rephlex producer EOD drops a mind-bending fifteen track debut album on Bjarki’s bbbbbb this June. Born in Trondheim, Norway, Stian Gjevik is a rarity amongst electronic music producers. Possibly the most interesting musician representing the braindance and IDM sounds of today, EOD’s productions have landed on labels like We´Me` Records, […]
Last part of Clone’s necessary, long-awaited, and somewhat-controversial reprogramming of Drexciya’s back catalogue. This time around they unleash the expected bevy of unreleased tracks – nearly half of the playlist – but the results are strong and do honor to the Detroit legends’ legacy. RIP James Stinson.
Clone Classic Cuts continues their re-issues series for one of the most influential techno acts ever: Drexciya. The second selection of tracks includes favorites such as Bang-Bang.Positron Island.Anti Vapour Waves and Journey Home complimented with some lesser or unknown tracks. Raw. uncompromising music made with soul and creativity have always […]
With considerable time under the bridge for Hanson to reflect upon his self-titled debut and 20 years of genre-defining productions as Convextion and E.R.P., it feels like he’s really taken stock of his sound and perfectly identified where to take it with 2845; plotting out a luxurious sci-fi cinematic soundfield […]
Karmil’s fourth album, Will, is released on the Norwegian Smalltown Supersound label – the home of Lindstrøm among others. Even more than before Matt has managed to combine his love of the graceful forward motion of minimal techno beats with the deeply granular textures and meditative chambers of reverb and […]
It’s been two years since Evan Baggs and Katsuya Sano opened up their Ek Box. Fittingly, their latest show-and-tell arrives on CABARET, a label that has supported the duo’s activities since they first emerged. There’s much to admire, not least the unfussy old school techno bounce of “Mitsuboshi”, where darting, […]
British producer Ross From Friends aka Felix Clary Weatherall is the newest signing to Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder family. The 24 year old has a fistful of releases under his belt, the distillation of myriad influences from hip-hop cut ’n’ paste culture, 80s Eurobeat, Hi-NRG and Italo into lithe, irresistible, raw […]
“Vynehall has released two extended EP’s so far, his 2014 breakthrough Music For The Uninvited (3024) – a record inspired by the funk, soul and hip-hop tapes his mum used to play on car journeys which finished the year on a plethora of ‘Best of the Year’ lists including Pitchfork, […]
Since the early aughts, Alan Abrahams, aka Portable, has been producing records for labels like Perlon, Live At Robert Johnson, K7, and Süd Electronic. With a new band project RANGEr, the South Africa born Alan Abrahams is an artist in-between genres. A Life Without Notifications is now here, marking his […]
Double LP version. Surgeon’s new full-length, Luminosity Device, takes Bardo Thödol — the Tibetan Book of the Dead — as a starting point for a rhythmic journey into those interstitial spaces where body, mind, and soul no longer seem like distinct categories. It has the potential to turn anything from […]
An adventure through time and space from Gravity Graffiti label boss Riccardo Schiro aka Maladetti/Richeart. This is his second appearance on the label thus far. Slo-mo shamanic techno and tribal trance awaits listeners on the Dunas EP. This will no doubt appeal to fans of early Plastikman circa “Afrika”, natural/electronic […]
VAKULA debuts a new alter ego for this 4-tracker composed of 3 meditative ambient electronic pieces and the deep dub techno of “AFTERNOON” that opens the B-side.
The prolific Japanese producer returns to LET’S PLAY HOUSE with a sharp and cutting collection of four house tracks that are equal parts eccentrically off-kilter and warmly welcoming, esoterically out there and remarkably familiar. 1st of 2 parts forming the “OTOTSU” album.