Premiere: Lack – Multiplier

Cong Burn might have introduced the world to the now critically-acclaimed Lanark Artefax, but three years on, it's an ongoing series of 4-track compilations which really seems to be cementing the Manchester lab...

Premiere: Kris Baha – In Your Arms

“Expect the noise of metal pieces being struck” read the answer Kris Baha gave about playing live in a recent interview. If you’re familiar with the innovative approaches to live performance championed by the l...

Premiere: Marcello Napoletano – Tregua

At his most off-kilter, a Marcello Napoletano production sounds like it's being reflected through a funhouse mirror. A sense of disorientation elicited by lopsided rhythms and dissonant synth work infiltrates m...

Premiere: Blair Greenberg – Gleaming

Given the massaging, horizontal leanings of the Sanpo Disco mix series, a compilation curated by its founder Rowan Mason was always likely to sit somewhere between the soothing and melancholy. From the unpertur...

Premiere: Carl Finlow – Marauders

Carl Finlow’s quiet resurgence can’t be pinned down to a drastic change in style or specific release – if anything, there's a newfound appreciation for what the British producer has been doing consistently for ...

Premiere: Djedjotronic – Cruising

After nearly a decade releasing virtually all of his music on the Berlin-based label, the latest record from Djedjotronic has lead the Boysnoize Records stalwart to pastures new. A glacial four-tracker, Cruisin...

Premiere: P Relief – Club Fever

Compared to label mate Suzanne Kraft, P & D Records co-founder P Relief has somewhat flown under the radar. Beyond a killer contribution to the Fett Burger-curated Trushmix series and some self-released mat...

Premiere: Local Group – Rampage

Getting a first taste of the intimate festival last year, in true Field Maneuvers fashion I found myself sitting around a fire in the very early hours, chatting to a guy who happened to be playing in the Laser ...