Premiere: La Fe – Axctal

La Fe reunite for a sophomore outing, and just like their Isla debut, dembow polyrhythms and dub FX conspire to summon apparitions across the 4-track duration. It seems fitting, then, that it was recorded from...

Premiere: Perse – Sin

Bamboo Shows seems to have undergone a rapid evolution. Fresh from releasing Jonquera's debut LP, we're seeing the kind of form that could propel the mix series-cum-upstart label to a go-to resource for trippy...

Premiere: Scribble – River

Following excavations from Portugal, Japan and beyond, Australia's Strangelove Music turns its attention closer to home. Selected Works 1983​-​86 gathers music from obscure synth-pop outfit Scribble, and just ...

Premiere: Second. – The Beach

Big Science's Singles Series continues with a producer probably better known for mixing film scores than soundtracking a dancefloor. Victor Praud might be one half of Parisian techno outfit Society Of Silence,...

Premiere: Vica Pacheco – Quebradita

Promesses assemble hybrid strains of varying shades for their first compilation. They've really outdone themselves too. Oscillating between ethereal electronics and mutant dancefloor fare, label alumni like Ap...

Premiere: Dugong – Loire

The latest from Berlin label Pace Yourself picks up where Dream_E's widescreen ambient left off. Originally commissioned to soundtrack Marie-Laurence de Chauvingy de Blot's exhibition of the same name, Horizon...

Premiere: Projective Vision – Apocalypse

Inspired by Scottish institutions Rubadub and Club 69, Projective Vision's Apocalypse EP is something of a time capsule to clubland circa '94. Giving us trippy, wormhole techno, the A-side was straight peak-ti...