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    Excellent jazzy Deep House from Dego (= 4 Hero) and Kaidi (= Bugz in the Attic) on Theo Parrishs...
  • "A Casual Assembly: Music for Synthesizer, Trumpet and Bass" Right on the heels of their Ahead Of Two Thoughts LP released earlier this year, A Casual Assembly is the latest offering from Melbourne's EXEK The EP coalesces around a stirring theme for synthesizer, trumpet and bass, bringing together reference points to Laurie...
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    Modern Uganda is a unique project-it's the exquisite debut album of a band, which no longer exists! delay_okwas a band from Gdańsk, Poland, which was formed in 2017 and played together till 2020 in the belief that making music must be fun It was a trio consisting ofPiotr Chęcki (tenor and baritone saxophone, flute, casio),...
  • Anna Logue, Discogs: "E-Man was the first project of Norwegian musician Geir Jenssen (electronics, well-known from being in Bel Canto and especially Biosphere) with guest vocalists Ragnar "Spiss" Larsen and Frank Jensen, and Per Martinsen on additional electronics They only released one cassette on Likvider in 1984 (LIKV 4025)...
  • With The Torso Tapes, Baal & Mortimer release their second album, following Deixis Bureau B A mini-LP: eight new tracks, including two short instrumental interludes Baal & Mortimer is Alexandra Grübler She grew up in Düsseldorf and lives in Berlin Baal & Mortimer is a play of eccentric folk -- from a closed future, a...
  • Geir Jenssen aka Biosphere yields the results of a field recording project on a Dutch farm, commissioned by Incubate festival Imperceptibly melded with Biosphere’s signature synthetic palette, the field recordings are effectively reanimated as dreamlike sequences, variously incorporating the sounds of a distant helicopter...
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    Saturations is a composition by Danish multidisciplinary artist Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard, and features a clarinet choir consisting of 19(!) clarinet players Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard (b 1979) considers his work to be a basic research in realities working within the domains of imaginary & physical sound as well as other non-sonic...
  • Long-time Astral Industries associate Wolfgang Voigt returns to the London label with his next album, Rückverzaberung Exhibition The Exhibition reimagines the concept with renewed purpose, opening the gates to deliver an arresting 60-minute journey into the underworld Dense soundscapes mutate with alchemic fluidity, unravelling...
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    To Sonic Boom’s Pete Kember, re-imagining the past can lead to ways forward on life’s natural, interconnected path In April of 2020, he released his first album in over 20 years called All Things Being Equal, a lush and psychedelic record full of interwoven synthesizers and droning vocal melodies, concerned with the state of...
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    Following his debut album, ‘Nothing Is Still’, Leon Vynhall returns with a sprawling album of trip hop, ambient, tech-house and breakbeats kinked with his jazzy turns of phrase ‘Rare, Forever’ spells out his style with intricate sound design and overripe emotions between the Aim-like trip hop of ‘Ecce! Ego!’, the...
  • Alan Vega’s name is synonymous with unfettered, tireless creativity Beginning in the late 1950s, when he was a fine art student at Brooklyn College, through his years playing in Suicide, and all the way up until his death in 2016, Vega was constantly creating That process naturally led to a wealth of material that didn’t see...
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    Returning with another debut album for 2021, Music From Memory are delighted to introduce a new band, The Zenmenn, with their first ever release ‘Enter The Zenmenn’ Whilst little about the band is made known, their work is described by writer Winton Rousseauas an “experiment in harmonic convergence emerging from a deep...
  • Over the past several years, the recorded output of Carl Stone has been turned on its head In previous decades, Stone perennially toured new work but kept a harboring gulf of time between the live performances and their recorded release This not only reflected the careful consideration of the pieces and technical innovations that...
  • For a year, in 2015, Matthew Sage (aka M Sage) cataloged near-daily recordings made with a very narrow creative constraint; electric guitar and a few pedals, all recorded and mixed directly to cassette 4-track Eschewing the often complex studio gadgetry and computer editing that he relies on for his primary project, Free Dust...
  • Sushitech regular Delano Smith returns to the label with something rather special: a triple-vinyl collection of previously unheard tracks from his bulging archives While there are a couple of alternative takes on previously released cuts ("Overseas (Version)" and "The Rock (Version)", the original versions of which sneaked out on...
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    Ludvig Cimbrelius is an artist of many expressions Whilst all are deeply rooted in a spiritual and ethereal sound, his most majestic output has arguably come to life through the Illuvia alias After capping off a debut, self-titled album in 2017 with an atmospheric Drum and Bass track, it quickly sparked a two-year conversation...
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    "Celebrating his 25th year as a producer and DJ, London's Silverlining announces his first ever double-vinyl artist project, 'Simulacra', a collection of emotive yet powerful body music fresh from his South London studio Known for his diverse and bassline-driven grooves, this work sees him straddle between the stripped-back house...
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    One Million Eyes was born out of a need to start again As the duo previously known as Tempelhof (where they worked alongside musicians such as Gigi Masin) Luciano Ermondi and Paolo Mazzacani experienced a pivotal and personal moment in their lives which inspired a reset in their approach and the need for a new musical outlet It...
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    PLZ Make It Ruins founder Vegyn is an artist that pushes diverse sonics in both his solo work and collaborations Like A Good Old Friend sees him follow up 2019’s debut album Only Diamonds Cut Diamonds with a six track EP that effortlessly traverses electronic, dance, alternative and rap influences whilst retaining a playful,...
  • ‘Hudson’s Heeters Vol 1’ was the debut release by Hudson Mohawke "This release caught the eye of Warp and led to his eventual signing to the label This marks the first time ‘Hudson’s Heeters Vol 1’ has ever been released on...
  • The follow-up to his Nonesuch debut, Satin Doll, released earlier this year, DRM features Gendel’s solo musical experiments with vintage instruments such as a forty-year-old Electro Harmonix DRM32 drum machine, antique synthesizers, and a sixty-year-old nylon-string guitar—accompanied by his voice While Satin Doll was a...
  • Paul Woolford’s Special Request takes the reins of DJ-Kicks’ latest for a cosmic soulboy trip harmonising myriad stripes of astral jazz, disco, deep house, electro and classic ‘90s jungle Over the course of 25 tracks in 75 minutes, Woolford illustrates the influences and styles of his Special Request project at its most...
  • Mouse on Mars, the Berlin-based duo of Jan St Werner and Andi Toma, approach electronic music with an inexhaustible curiosity and unparalleled ingenuity Operating in their unique orbit within dance music’s nebulous echosystem, the duo’s hyper-detailed productions are inventive, groundbreaking but always possessing a signature...
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    Minimal Wave proudly presents a newly remastered deluxe double album of archival material by pioneering 80s minimal electronic duo Oppenheimer Analysis Oppenheimer Analysis formed in London, England in 1982 by Andy Oppenheimer and Martin Lloyd Their first meeting though was at the 1979 World Science Fiction Convention in Brighton...
  • Plugpoint Music was the minimal synth project of Reiner Ossmann, who recorded the 12 songs on this album in his home studio in Germany in 1987 and released them as an edition of 200 copies This gem of a record was never properly distributed and so essentially disappeared until it began circulating amongst underground collectors...
  • Japan’s Calax Records debut with reissue of a rare batch of breezy and brilliant cuts by Industrial and new beat originals, Siegmar Fricke, and Dirk Desaever aka A Thunder Orchestra, White House White, Danton’s Voice +++ Both artists were heavily active in the late ‘80s tape and industrial electronic scenes, with Dirk...
  • Being Below is a mini-album of short songs created with digital and analogue instruments, recorded in 2020 Written with a structure that reflects shifting states, overlooking the past and future as a split pathway with the present endlessly fluctuating between The pangs of rumination An exercise in loop-less writing Mastered by...
  • Tobias Karlehag is a multi-instrumentalist and sound artist from Gothenburg, Sweden With his solo project he creates spacious ambient and drone music through algorithmic compositions and improvisation In his debut album 'Process' he shapes a still and meditative state with modular synths, electric guitar and various electronics...
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    Carl Weingarten and Multiphase Records return to Emotional Rescue with a collection of the music of Delay Tactics and their live, reel-to-reel and collaborative experimentation, that spawned two remarkable albums After meeting guitarist Reed Nesbit from the St Louis new wave scene , Weingarten joined forces for a series of...
  • Past Inside The Present is pleased to announce Repetition Hymns, a double album from the enigmatic Black Swan Comprised of 19 vignettes, the relatively short tracks impart a strong forward momentum despite the 80-minute runtime Repetition Hymns is thus particularly well-suited to the temporal distortion of quarantine, in which...
  • Drummers Lee Buford of The Body and Zac Jones from Braveyoung conjure dubbed out illbient spells from spacy, overdriven breaks on their debut full-length Proper grotty goodness like We TM, DJ Spooky or I-Sound Buford and Jones have been collaborating for years, but "World Vision Perfect Harmony" is their debut as a duo,...
  • Oz Echoes peels away another layer of Australia’s ‘80s DIY hive mind The Oz Waves successor exposes a deeper circuit of micro-run cassettes, community radio archives and irrationally abandoned studio sessions, as Steele Bonus sequences a 10-track compendium of drone pop, psyche-electronics and agitated tape cut-ups From the...
  • From his ‘FAT’ Studio near the central Swedish town of Örebro, Sjunne Ferger crafted a small but radical legacy of genre bending music With an open minded ‘anything goes’ attitude born from his jazz roots, compiled here are songs charting a transition from fusion beginnings via his debut 7″ with group ‘Exit’ through...
  • Returning with another debut release, Second Circle’s eighth record to date comes this time from young Viennese musician Giuseppe Leonardi Performed on an array of synthesizers and experimenting with spoken word and vocals from various local singers; Giuseppe’s ‘TBC’ EP take us on a dance through the catacombs and out...
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    Berlin studio nut CV Vision washes ashore, surfing on sine waves with his second offering of 2021 and the fifth Patience release, Elemente Following on from his recently released debut LP Tropical (South Of North), CV Vision takes his library chops, psych rock studies and analogue artillery and spreads them over two quarter hour...
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    Vlad Ivkovic’s Offen Music go New Beat/EBM with typically discerning taste - no nougat beat! - delivering deadly cuts from TPPM and AtB’s An Anomaly project - big RIYL Dirk Desaever/White House White/ A Thunder Orchestra Tapping deep into the throbbing vein of the late ‘80s Belgian dance music phenomenon, adjacent to...
  •  “In 1980, Roland Young, a classically trained jazz clarinettist, was living in an apartment in Manhattan’s Kips Bay and making music in the studio he’d built in his bedroom, “so I could eat, take a shower, take a nap, wake up and go right into the studio, you know” He adds: “Then go out and party all night” Young...
  • Pulse of Defiance is the latest and most fascinating step in Hayashi's still-blooming career—a half-decade of fantastically quixotic output that's established him as one of electronic music's most fascinating aural conjurers After a string of releases on esteemed labels like Lovers Rock, Going Good, and JINN, Hayashi made his...
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    Laurel Halo, Donato Dozzy, and Teheran sound artist Tegh offer their Glassforms Versions alongside a new edit by Max Cooper The works of Philip Glass are reflected and refracted in a myriad of ways by some of the most renowned electronic artists alive, making for a blissful, multi-dimensional listening experience With Glassforms...
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    Carla dal Forno presents her debut solo album You Know What It's Like, following time in cult Melbourne group Mole House and an earlier association with Blackest Ever Black as a member of F ingers and Tarcar Her voice is an extraordinary instrument: both disarmingly conversational and glacially detached It has something of the...
  • When a synth master like Steve Moore joins forces with the legendary KPM, magic must materialize And so it does with Analog Sensitivity: cinematic, enigmatic synth scapes to both haunt and heal New York-based multi-instrumentalist/producer/film composer Steve Moore is probably best known for his synthesizer and bass guitar work as...
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    Blue color vinyl Musique Pour La Danse release Collected Ambient Grooves 1993-2001, an anthology of music created by Osamu Sato, the Kyoto-born, Tokyo-based digital artist, photographer, and composer whose career began in the early '80s In 1983, he released a cassette accompanied by silkscreen prints on Kaoru Sato's (EP-4, Vanity...
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    The unforgettable soundtrack of a lost erotic new beat VHS from 1989 The year is 1989 and it's the peak of the new beat craze that swept Europe and the world with Belgium at its epicenter Not limited to records and clubs, the new beat lifestyle was marketed to death with all sorts of fashion items, a plethora of accessories and...
  • Initially conceived as a short-run cassette for Altered States Tapes, YL Hooi's nameless collection of textural apparitions oscillate between icy DIY minimalism, FX-drenched atmospherics, and nang chamber dub A ghost-like transmission, Hooi's voice serves to anchor an array of sonic abstractions and impressionistic melodic motifs...
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    UXY Dosing©(UD)is a maximalist genre of electronic music that refers to sound productionsthat make for a radical succession to the minimalist genre, regardless of style and aesthetic practicethough mainly associated with the field of sound artsMore precisely, it designates that which embraces heterogeneity and allows for complex...
  • Wound Without A Tear is a compilation of “Australian” Ambient and Experimental Music; an area so often overlooked and misunderstood because it does not easily fall into historical context However, the fifteen years (1993-2008) the collection cites–a period of early 90s post-rave ethereality defined by pleasure-centred spaces...
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    Prophet Noir is a 6 track 12" of dystopian industrial dancehall experimentalism created by Twin Cities Sound System Feel Free Hi Fi featuring the vocal powers of eclectic Brooklyn MC Eddie Hill and vagabond lyricist Manic Times "Feel Free Hi Fi began in 2016 when Derek Maxwell and Shawn Reed met in Minneapolis  Reed’s vast...
  • Lvcchesi comes off like the mutant spawn of Actress and D’Arcangelo on a strong 4-track EP of asymmetric, greyscale electro with Glasgow comrades Full Dose Also known as An Gleann Dubh on a series of 12”s for DJ Superherb’s Full Dose, Lvca Lvcchesi switches to his surname for this crafty set backed with a perfectly druggy...
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