Archive for the Techno Category
The hyper-chromatic music of Matt Cutler marks him out as a true impressionist, as Lone, he drizzles brightly coloured melody through his tracks with all the reflexive skill of a master painter daubing inks and pigment across paper. On Cutlers fifth Lone album, Reality Testing, released on R&S, he sends […]
Buttechno explores minimal techno via a psychedelic filter of his own design. Gently modulating, dubwise, fun-spirited and most of all, funky bangers from deep inside MCK.
Four-track EP from veteran Hamburg producer Christoph De Babalon. CDB has tirelessly explored the intersections of breakcore, illbient, and drum and bass. “Shakes and Shivers” fixates itself on deceptively playful grooves with eerie, night bus-to-nowhere atmospherics whilst opening cut “Harakiri” manages to distort familiar jungle tropes into something even die […]
Zauberberg — Wolfgang Voigt’s most fundamental (and foreboding) release under his alias GAS and perhaps of all in his untold discography — finally stands alone once again and is released in the way its original splendor. Originally released in 1997 on the iconic Frankfurt imprint Mille Plateaux, and then reissued […]
Lowtec, the man behind Workshop and Out To Lunch, famously takes his time to make electronic productions that are, in turn, out of time. Over the course of his career he’s released tracks that could have been made yesterday, years ago, or a decade into the future. With Avenue 66 […]
When the flowers bloom at the awakening of the season. With translucence shining like liquid stars decked out in glorious hues of pink, purple and blue. When the trees grow and the birds fly out. When they gently beat their wings, gliding upon the blue canvas of the sky. You […]
It would be fair to call Anthony Linell prolific. As one of the best, well-regarded solo acts since 2011 and founder of Northern Electronics, he’s already released a trio of acclaimed albums, as well as a couple of tidy EPs all the while dishing out deep, subtle and highly textured […]
Hailing from the ancient Russian city of Tambov, on the banks of the Tsna River, the youngest member of the Trip family Vladimir Dubyshkin emerges for a potent debut solo EP. cheerful pessimist is an engaging package of highly anticipated deep, swirling techno tracks that many will recognise from label […]
Includes poster. Silent Servant returns with Shadows of Death and Desire. Now-legendary producer, DJ, and art director Juan Mendez arguably reset techno at least twice. Once with his surreal and Europe-by-way-of-LA ’80s apocalypse culture aesthetics for Sandwell District, and again as Silent Servant capturing the youth-driven mutation of crossover electronics and dark parties churning in the American underground, […]
2018 reissue, originally released 1998. Juan Atkins’s Infinitiproject combines raw tactility and puristic elegance on Skynet, where slinking grooves mask chaotic frequencies and roughly-hewn structure. Alongside fellow Detroit legend Terrence Dixon, who appears on several tracks, Atkins exposes the life and emotion in machines, outputting a biomorphic atmosphere of industrial soul. The ongoing importance […]
LTD 2018 Repress!! Following the releases ‘Logo Queen’ and ‘Sensibilia’ from Cabaret Recordings, So Inagawa spent nearly a year to complete his first Album ‘Integrittithm’. 6 tracks of So’s very own grooves with elegance for all the House & Techno Lovers.
(3lp Embossed Gatefold Cover With Printed Inner Sleeves) Ravaged And Warped Breakbeats Haunted By Wailing Euphoric Noise, Vivid And Graphic Reflections Of Fractured Post-industrial Hardcore, Moments Of Poetry Flashing Within A Thick Impending Fog. This Is Our Soundtrack. A Unique And Visionary Achievement, A Wholly Origina Future Of Beauty And […]
Diving into FM Synthesis, Dean Grenier brings his sophomore release to Omnidisc. Delivering a 3 track EP intended for mental gymnastics at 3 different periods of the night. Enjoy responsibly
PSSU are Richard Fearless and Daniel Avery. Long-time friends, they first formed their relationship whilst working out of Andrew Weatherall’s legendary Rotter’s Golf Club where Fearless made Trans-Love Energies (2011) and Avery did a lot of Drone Logic (BEC 5161626/5161627, 2013). “307309” is pure electro soul and with “Fabricated From Steel”, PSSU deliver a techno monster. Both tracks were forged at […]
We also have TOPP 005 and TOPP 006 in stock Very special and highly limited project from the Fundamental Records camp, produced by different artists that will remain anonymous if they choose to. Words about the project: ”The main aim of this project is, on the one hand, to provide […]