Tuff Sherm & Patch Free – Butter Sessions 003

Things get a bit weird as Tuff Sherm and Patch Free make their Butter Sessions debut. If you weren't aware, electronic music is alive and kicking in Australia. Leading the way are Untzz Twelve Inch and Plastic...

Creta Kano – False Water

There's personality in abundance on Creta Kano's Happy Skull debut. It's almost impossible to pinpoint the Happy Skull output to any particular genre. That's not to say there aren't any consistent themes runni...

Jeremiah R – Melancholy Fish EP

Jeremiah R follows up releases on Tabernacle and Enklav with four cuts of subterranean Electro. The BAKK label hit the ground running in 2014, delivering three impressive 12"s that somehow sounded as if they'd...
R-Zone 14

R-Zone – R-Zone 14

“Have you ever stood in limbo between the click of a strobe or between the shards of a dense orange haze that emanates from a fog machine? Floating away on never ending waves of music and substance induced - we...

John Swing – Dutty Grooves

It's business as usual as Relative Records prep another John Swing 12". Born out of a joint fascination with analogue production tools and live recording, Relative Records is the result of John Swing and EMG's...

Lay-Far & Peter Oakden – Two Days in May EP

Soundofspeed call on the services of Lay-Far and Peter Oakden for their sixteenth release. When names like Kuniyuki Takahashi, Aybee, DJ Nature and Cottam feature heavily in a label's output, you know that org...

Momentform – Grave

Lux Rec sign up Parisian Momentform for their first release of the New Year. If you hadn't been properly acquainted with Lux Rec, it's an all-vinyl record label out of Zurich. With a music policy that traverse...