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...

Premiere: Sleep D – Head Flip

If there's one thing tying the Altered States Tapes curation together, besides the Aussie label's undeniably experimental edge, it's a dedication to the austere. Musique concrète, violent maelstroms of techno a...

Premiere: Almaty – Gennaro

Gaining momentum with every record, Lisbon-based label Naive lines up its third release with a 12" of Scandinavian origin. Coming on the back of barnstorming inaugural effort from label-head Violet and her subs...