Premiere: Konrad Wehrmeister – Kitchenblade

From delicately twerked dub to intimate studies in rhythmic noise, Konrad Wehrmeister has carved himself a curious niche in the techno landscape. With contrasting releases on label forerunners such as Public Po...

Premiere: Nite Fleit – Thar Bye Bye

Picture this: you are Joan Gunperson. As far as you can tell, you are the last surviving member of the interstellar freight cruiser S.S. Overcast. You know where the escape pods are: there at the end of the shi...

Premiere: Maelstrom – Temporary Document

Having been active for over 15 years, prolific French producer Joan-Mael Péneau serves up a brand new clutch of tracks, a powerful whirlpool of pitted sounds under his Maelstrom alias. Entitled Detection and ou...

Premiere: DJ Overdose – I Know You Hear Me

Since its inception, RotterHague Records have been pushing the collision of cities and fusion of international electro talent to great effect. Number five in the series shows no sign of this slowing down, as la...

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: Galaxian – Trigger Action

Earwiggle's Eel Behaviour series follows the tough, mechanised techno of Conger with an assortment of writhing/relentless electro flavours on second instalment, Moray. A giallo b-boy strut filled with nervous a...

Premiere: Carl Finlow – Marauders

Carl Finlow’s quiet resurgence can’t be pinned down to a drastic change in style or specific release – if anything, there's a newfound appreciation for what the British producer has been doing consistently for ...

Premiere: Djedjotronic – Cruising

After nearly a decade releasing virtually all of his music on the Berlin-based label, the latest record from Djedjotronic has lead the Boysnoize Records stalwart to pastures new. A glacial four-tracker, Cruisin...

If-Only Podcast #36: Textasy

Textasy cherrypicks elements from the hardcore continuum for his own diabolical creations. Hardcore, electro, acid or jungle, it appears nothing's safe from being channelled into releases on labels like Craigie...

Premiere: Future DZ – Worst Drum Solo Ever

Tram Planet throw out more charge from Nashville, Tennessee, with a new cassette built by two of its three board members. Future DZ, or the lads DZee and Jaundice as they’re known to the government, follow the...