Various Artists – Eot (Micronesia 01)

An uncomplicated and clearly defined aesthetic can go a long way. A picture may not paint a thousand words, but between the hand-stamped palm tree branding and clear-green vinyl, the presentation on the inaugur...

2200 – Killed By Deaf EP

Rory McPike has released music under several different guises. From ambient transmissions as Rings Around Saturn to vivid expeditions under the everyman moniker of Dan White, the Melbourne native has establishe...

Premiere: Headman/Robi Insinna – Main Gates

Kick-started in 2001, Zurich-based label Relish Recordings have proved themselves to be one of most intriguing outfits Switzerland has produced to date. Gracing us with its presence at the tail end of 2015 is t...

Natan H – Erklingen EP

Taped Artifact have made it clear in their manifesto that they intend to focus on "the artification of deep, atmospheric music". Consistent with that theme, the latest 12” EP on this very imprint comes from the...

Premiere: Juliano – Cupid Mess

We're not the sort to talk about revivals, but there's no denying the fact that French club music has been enjoying some increased exposure. There's no smoke without fire either - but while most have their gaze...

Max D – Rhythm Automator

Happy-go-lucky, playful and outlandish; those are just a few of the words that spring to mind when I think of Maxmillion Dunbar. Practically every press shot of the Future Times head honcho sees the man sportin...

Seixlack – Vulto

Sometimes the less said about a label or its artists, the better. Let the music do the talking, right? That's exactly the philosophy shared by the people behind 777 Recordings, a label that's keen to shun dance...

Sleep D – Butter Sessions 006.5

A personal favourite, Sleep D’s ‘Rainforest Version’ - which featured on their collaborative EP with DJ Fett Burger & Jayda G - has hardly left the old record bag since I bought it. Whether it’s the swellin...

Various Artists – Salt Mines 001

Melbourne’s freshest label drops its inaugural release, offering listeners a short but sweet dose of effervescent dance music that manages to wriggle away from any strict classification – just the way we like i...

Dunkeltier – BAH026

It's time for another trip to Bahnsteig 23. Literally translating as 'Platform 23', the German label's releases take you on quite a journey. But while the destination isn't always clear, the sleaze-fuelled expe...