Premiere: DJ Ungel – Transpirits

Here it is, next heat from Spekki Webu’s Mirror Zone. Hot on the heels of that Memphis repress (which shifted so quickly), MZ002 comes from one of the brains behind Candomblé, DJ Ungel – three new tracks which ...

Premiere: Black Merlin – Noi 1

If you’ve followed George Thompson, AKA Black Merlin, over the last couple of years, you’ll have noticed his recent releases appear hug a distinct stylistic path throughout – adhering to the same sonic palette ...

Premiere: Hame DJ – Dog Swamp

Blowing up from Melbourne is another buoyant release from Vulcan Venti. This time championing a debut 12" from the Perth-based Hame DJ. Stretched out over three tracks, Dog Swamp is dripping with tranquil, dubb...

Premiere: log(m) & Laraaji – Sunken Forest

Whether consciously evoking the idea of ancient structures or not, I feel like long-established psychonauts log(m) and Laraaji would not take issue with this associated interpretation of 'Sunken Forest'. Tendri...

Video Premiere: Lårry – Systems_hyperthread

Unseen forces spawning a temporal glitch, pushing computer-rendered hallucinations and VHS reveries into a warped fifth dimension. As the rift in space-time deepens, so the intensity of our journey grows, the s...

Premiere: Melly – The Beds

Dublin-based label Major Problems adds to its ever-growing and constantly intriguing back catalogue of releases with the latest 12", courtesy of Melly, AKA DJ Aprés Ski (who coincidentally delivered another dis...

Premiere: D38 Authority – Odissey

Cloak-and-dagger manoeuvres from the southern reaches of Italy, Cosmic Rhythm's latest outing surfaces from a classified source. A slew of releases rooted in the sounds of sci-fi-indebted house testify to a com...

Premiere: Doppelate – Johnny Longneck

Mellifluous and melancholy, Doppelate's music has the sparse intimacy that suggests bedroom production. Dropping a pair of 12"s on Let's Go Swimming and a cassette out on James Booth's Share XL imprint, he furn...

Premiere: Jack Roland – Tunnel S3

More doom from Manchester. The gothic sci-fi of Natural Sciences is true again, this time at the hands of Jack Roland; the gutterpunk breaks and twilight electro is thorough and direct energy with tense dread a...