Premiere: DJ Overdose – Ens Realissimum

Joining dots between towns with a shared tradition of menacing electro, RotterHague Records return with part three of the split EP series, When Cities Collide. Naturally, it all began with the label's namesakes...

Premiere: Art Crime – Seoul

Alongside the searing electro, punishing techno and mutant acid consistent with post-Soviet experimentation, Private Persons also deal in records wrought with emotion. Joining the sun-bleached lo-fi of Gazatech...

Premiere: Shelter – BIGMOVE (Smurf Dub Version)

He's put records out on labels like International Feel, Les Edits Du Golem and Camisole Records, but Shelter always has a home in Plaisir Partagé. Not counting efforts on sub-label Edits Du Plaisir, both releas...

Premiere: Exhausted Modern – Beta Pictoris

Endless Illusion keep things local as Czech duo and long-time collaborators Aliver and label founder Exhausted Modern converge on the Prague-based imprint's latest white label offering. Our pick is 'Beta Pictor...

Premiere: Disrute – SAMOS F-1

A fledgling talent, Lochlan Denholm, AKA Disrute, has an aptitude for fusing techno-tinged machine music with the melodious synth textures typical of new age and new wave. Cutting his teeth with appearances on ...

Premiere: Jamie Paton – Take Me To The Beach

Presenting a second helping of remixes, Emotional Rescue and Malka Tuti's collaborative effort to mine the back catalogue of John Rees Lewis' C Cat Trance project continues to bear fruit. Swiftly followed by a...

Premiere: JAI/MAHL – #ICU

Deepness in dance music is a massive cliché, to the point where anything with a rich bassline and emotive melody can be lazily labelled as such. Rather than sonically, true deepness is often achieved when the m...

Premiere: Cabasa – Uso Sketch

Given he's named after a percussive instrument, it's no surprise that Cabasa's music has been centred around rhythm. A preoccupation passed on from his old man – an active DJ in Belgium's thriving new beat scen...

Premiere: Alek Lee – Colors

It's impossible to pin Antinote down to any specific style. The results are consistently intriguing too: marking its fifth anniversary, 2017's Five Years Of Loving Notes is the closest we've had to a definitive...