Premiere: Sneaker – I Looked For You

Emotional Rescue and Malka Tuti recently linked up for a head-turning collaboration, pulling together a selection of tracks from Nottingham-based outfit, C Cat Trance. Entitled Screaming Ghosts, it would prove ...

Premiere: Strahinja Arbutina – Double Negative

Strahinja Arbutina's music definitely ranks among some of the most challenging we have featured to date. Debuts for esteemed labels like Bliq and Bank Records NYC set the precedent, while Low Income $quad – the...

Premiere: Randstad – Ultra

"An untitled tale of feminism, broken hearts and futurism," the latest release on Common Thread Records picks up right where Identified Patient left off with The Female Medical College Of Pennsylvania in 2016. ...

Premiere: John Heckle – Changes

No two John Heckle records sound the same, but they're all unmistakably his. Some ooze with offbeat eccentricity and others thrash wildly with raw, unbridled energy, appearing on labels like Lunar Disko, Tabern...

Video Premiere: Chillera – Ostrova Bezi

Crossing the boundaries of library, cosmic, musique concrète, Krautrock, jazz and ambient, Muscut is one of the foremost torchbearers of the consistently intriguing ex-USSR psychedelic scene. Based around a clo...

Premiere: Andy Rantzen – Green Man

One-time psychologist Andy Rantzen has found a new lease of life thanks to the archeological efforts of Michael Kucyk and his Noise In My Head offshoot, Efficient Space. The Sydney-based musician made his name ...

Premiere: Kord – Laser Rex

Best known as one third of experimental trio Frak and co-founder of the equally avant-garde Börft Records, Johan Sturesson has well over fifty records to his name. Released under various guises, it's more than ...

Premiere: Paradise Box – Ya Mo Be There

As unconventional cover versions go, you wouldn't expect to find a rendition of some smooth '80s R&B on a label named after a science fiction film, especially one by David Cronenberg. But on Crimes of the F...

Premiere: Cignol – Final Approach

It might sound cliché, in fact it is, massively, but music really does have the power to bring people together. With an impending release set to joins dots between Dublin and Belfast, Computer Controlled Record...