Premiere: Babylon Barsebäck – Apala (Squad)

Babylon Barsebäck's take on lo-fi house and techno sounds remarkably fresh at a time when the well-worn formula feels tired and hackneyed. With track titles like 'I Don't Sell Drugs Please It's Just A Fucking F...

Palta & Ti – EP’En Andre Hjem

Purveyors of weird and wonderful music Gravity Graffiti have drafted the brothers Central and DJ Sports – appearing here as Palta & Ti – on board for the EP’En Andre Hjem 12”. The label’s sixth release to d...

Jon & Hugh – Another View

"Keeping it deep since twenty fifteen," Sydney label Outer Time Inner Space is one of the latest to emerge from a fertile Antipodean scene that's been consistently filling column inches on our site. Label owner...

Premiere: Takecha – Sax

Takecha has spent much of his career lurking on the fringes of the Japanese scene. Over two decades, in fact, with sporadic releases under an assortment of aliases predominantly rolled out via his own GWM or "G...

Premiere: Polly Moneaux – Wet On The Wheel

London-based label Let's Go Swimming Let’s Go Swimming roll out their second release of 2017 thus far, with newcomer Polly Moneaux delivering the Sideways in Linen EP later this month. Comprised of 5 cuts that ...

Premiere: Sir Lord Comixx – Elevation

Only a pocketful of releases featuring Amoon Andrew AKA Sir Lord Comixx’s prized brand of UK house and techno sound have been circulating since 1996's Ugly Music release, Danceteria, and the Funk Box EP, mid-wa...

Premiere: Robert D – White’s Wisdom

Following output from label-mates Innershades, Walrus, his own collaborative project, SHIN, and most recently, AM Unit, Robin De Wolf AKA Robert D is back on 9300 Records, offering up 3 eclectic original tracks...

Mic Mills – The Globalise LP

Venturing from regular stomping ground Untzz Records by way of Butter Sessions and Rhythm Works, Mic Mills has been hard at work on his debut LP. Taking his sound away from his homely continent and placing it i...