Premiere: Wosto – Gas Geben Mit Der Mofa

Even for the experimental fringes he's operates from, Wosto cuts an enigmatic, curious personality. One half of Fallbeil alongside Kluentah, whether he's serving up edits of classic Neue Deutsche Welle bands on...

Premiere: Ihor Okuniev – Northward

Christening his label Rassvet Records, Pavel Milyakov, AKA Buttechno, set the precedent with music produced in-house; the first release, a 12" of techno and electro finding balance between functionality and the...

Premiere: Dunkeltier – The Blade

Since its inaugural release in 2015, edit label Bahnsteig 23 has explored the limits of (re)creation within the deep-rooted soundscape of 1980s, joining the dots between EBM, Italo, Krautrock and the world beyo...

Premiere: Sun Dogs – Voices Of Disability

A collaboration between Alessio de Felice (Tara In Tibet) and Alison Flora (Sopoorific), Sun Dogs take its name from an optical atmospheric phenomenon. Caused by the refraction and scattering of light from plat...

Premiere: Techno Thriller – Dark Ages

The latest mini-album to arrive on Berlin-based label Unknown Precept comes from the Brussels-based duo Techno Thriller, made up of Léo Grosheitsch and Hoel Mocé. Enfant de Sodome shows the pair returning to, a...

Premiere: P-SH – Yellow Bird Singing

Udacha's penchant for eclectic sound design and balearic imagery, now utterly synonymous with their output, rings true once more as Vasily Stepanov of cassette demagnetising duo SAD returns to the ethereal and ...

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 Vango – Conscious and Dreaming

Golden Ratio Frequencies returns, bringing a seven-track emotional cleanse from Berlin-based sound and visual artist Kris Vango. Translating to "Earth" in Arabic, Ard is a moving meditation overflowing with the...

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...