Premiere: Iñigo Vontier – Aluxes

The brainchild of Rex Club mainstay and Kill The DJ artist Chloé Thevenin, the blurb on all Lumière Noire communications hints at an overarching modus operandi. Split between club night and record label, a keen...

Premiere: Babylon Barsebäck – Apala (Squad)

Babylon Barsebäck's take on lo-fi house and techno sounds remarkably fresh at a time when the well-worn formula feels tired and hackneyed. With track titles like 'I Don't Sell Drugs Please It's Just A Fucking F...

Jon & Hugh – Another View

"Keeping it deep since twenty fifteen," Sydney label Outer Time Inner Space is one of the latest to emerge from a fertile Antipodean scene that's been consistently filling column inches on our site. Label owner...

Premiere: Indoor Plants – Dandelions

Steeped in history, the Russian city of Smolensk has an endearingly traditional feel to it. That's why the emergence of producers like Gamayun and Indoor Plants AKA Vyacheslav Shutov might seem like a real curv...

Premiere: SFV Acid – 125bpm Atnight2

You will find an untold number of artists who cite their hometown as a major influence, but we can't think of anyone quite like Zane Reynolds, AKA SFV Acid. In case you were wondering, the SFV stands for San Fe...

Premiere: Takecha – Sax

Takecha has spent much of his career lurking on the fringes of the Japanese scene. Over two decades, in fact, with sporadic releases under an assortment of aliases predominantly rolled out via his own GWM or "G...

Premiere: Sias – As We Are

Secretsundaze offshoot SZE was conceived as an outlet for a more experimental brand of electronic music compared to the purer distillations of house and techno its parent label was known for. A pair of releases...