Premiere: Paradise Box – Ya Mo Be There

As unconventional cover versions go, you wouldn't expect to find a rendition of some smooth '80s R&B on a label named after a science fiction film, especially one by David Cronenberg. But on Crimes of the F...

Cru Servers – Blubber Totem

Gurgling up from the broiling mulch, Cru Servers make solid 12th Isle’s imprint whilst taking us further into the uneasy and unfamiliar. Whereas the label’s initial release might have been intercepted signals f...

Premiere: Cignol – Final Approach

It might sound cliché, in fact it is, massively, but music really does have the power to bring people together. With an impending release set to joins dots between Dublin and Belfast, Computer Controlled Record...

XI – XI EP

Going Good Records has a history of bringing to attention peculiar and generally forward-facing electronic excursions spanning a variety of genres. Richly nuanced productions from the likes of Nummer, Moon B an...

Premiere: Furious Frank – Woorabinda Reserve

Trading in electronic curiosities of antipodean origin from their base in Sydney, Ken Oath Records are gearing up to drop another record. As far as we can tell, all of the music released by the label so far has...

Premiere: Tambo’s House – Eep!

Erected as "a safe haven for two friends to create and explore," Tambo's House is both a hub for playful rhythmic experimentation and place to indulge in Eastern exotica. Conjuring up their sonic interpretation...

Premiere: Dutch Dream Girls – Super U

Anecdotal evidence from the new-in trays of record shops have recently shown that the sounds of the '90s are hurtling back into fashion. Adding to this canon of nu-hardcore, enigmatic debut producer Ruud Jansen...

Premiere: Rydm Sectors – Do It

Launched in 2016, Italian label Cosmic Rhythm has enjoyed a strong start to life. Already up to their sixth release, it's fast to becoming becoming a firm favourite here at If Only HQ. The label is putting out ...

DJ Python – Dulce Compañia

Incienso is the new label run by Anthony Naples and Jenny Slattery, and will this month be inaugurated with a ridiculously good LP from one of Brian Piñeyro’s stable of good-guises. And what’s in store? The pai...

Premiere: Gohan – CrackOpolis

Aside from a pair of EPs on Shall Not Fade and Bokhari Records subsidiary, SORN, all of Anatole Baboukhian's music has been self-released. Serving as the inaugural effort on his Peur Bleue Records imprint in 20...