Back again after a little break…

Francesco Clemente – Suoni Dalle Ombre Oltre (Vercetti Technicolor Shadows From the Past Remix)

Cinematic like a John Carpenter production, this dark and brooding Francesco Clemente cut first appeared on DJ TLR’s weirdo powerhouse, Crème Organization. Fast forward a decade and Giallo Disco’s Vercetti Technicolor has updated the forgotten soundtrack, turning it into a “12 minute Church Burner”.

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Body-san – Wet Bar

Dreamboat house courtesy of everyone’s favourite Vancouver-based celestial explorers, 1080p. Whack this on and drift off into the starry ether. As always, it’s pulled from a forthcoming release, with the cassette and digital available for pre-order.


Recurrent – 004 – Hysteric

With a boundary-pushing debut for Public Possession on the way, Melbourne’s own Hysteric has delivered a funk-ridden edit for fellow Antipodeans, Power Station. It’s the fourth instalment in their free edit series, so make sure to check out the previous contributions!


LaWynn “mixtape”

Moon B has inaugurated his World Aurale imprint with a mixtape rip from little-known Kwaito producer, LaWynn. Brimming with sweltering, low-slung grooves and captivating synth work, the mixtape originally recorded in 1987 serves as a fine introduction to the PPU mainstay’s latest project.

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Saska Boyz – Gra

We’re very sad to see the back of The Very Polish Cut Outs, the project spearheaded by Zambon with the view to propagating the off-kilter sounds of his homeland. As a slight consolation, two of the label’s affiliates (Matat Professionals and Bisti) have served up a killer slice of undulating weirdness, and it’s available as a free download.


Gaye Su Akyol – Cehennem Meyhanesi (Red Axes Feat O. Behr Edit)

The Tel Aviv-based duo have been receiving all the plaudits for their genre-hopping, globetrotting productions, and for good reason. If you needed another reason to love them, they’ve given a slice of contemporary Turkish psych the edit treatment, prepping it for the dancefloor while retaining all that head-spinning melodicism.

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