If-Only Podcast #10: Tanzwuth

The namesake of a medieval phenomenon that mainly occurred in mainland Europe, Tanzwuth, or 'dancing mania', seems like a fitting alias for this West London duo. Occurring throughout the centuries, these epidem...

If-Only Podcast #9: Leo James

There are no two ways about it: Leo James (AKA Leo Thomson) has helped to shape the landscape of Australian alternative music in the 21st Century. Formerly one half of modular duo Canyons, he released music on ...

Axe Traxx: The Unheard Talent

Axe Traxx first caught our attention via their sophomore release, a split release courtesy of Die Roh - better known to some as DJ Octopus and Sagats - and Trudge. Trudge, I'll admit, is a total mystery to us (...

If-Only Podcast #8: Crucial & Fresh

Crossing Hadrian's Wall more times than a Pict raiding party, Dr. Astroturf and Semi Deluxe have been throwing parties under the Crucial & Fresh banner since the "salad days" of 2013. Regularly travelling b...

If-Only Podcast #7: Innsyter

Cloaked in swathes of noise, Innsyter's unfettered productions are brimming with texture and grit. A debut for Delroy Edwards' L.A. Club Resource delivers these qualities in spades – qualities that pervade most...

If-Only Podcast #6: Elliot Ofmarco

Bringing their own distinctive aesthetic and a unique voice to Melbourne's already vibrant club scene, Power Station's weekly parties distill a mixture of EBM, new beat, new wave and similarly 80s-tinged sounds...

If-Only Podcast #5: Leisureware

Nestled in an enclave of the deeply suburban Herne Hill, there's a semi-regular knees up with a reputation for taking risks in the dance. The enclave in question, a railway arch, the party, none other than The ...

777 Recordings: Just getting started

The 777 Recordings journey has resembled a runaway train going downhill, picking up momentum with every release. Inaugurated with a 12" from a previously unknown quantity, the Berlin-based record label hasn't l...

If-Only Podcast #4: Posthuman

Acid house is etched into the very fabric of British electronic music. It's been that way since 1988, when the combustible genre landed a UFO on various muddy fields around the UK, ushering in a period known as...

If-Only Podcast #3: Kyle WEC

Glasgow is a house and techno city, there are no two ways about it. Rubadub, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Numbers; the various Glaswegian institutions to leave their mark on the horizon of British electronic mus...