Premiere: John Heckle – Changes

No two John Heckle records sound the same, but they're all unmistakably his. Some ooze with offbeat eccentricity and others thrash wildly with raw, unbridled energy, appearing on labels like Lunar Disko, Tabern...

Waterpark – Data Orb / Nessie’s Revenge

Canadian maestro Dylan Khotin-Foote – known to discerning electronic music fans as simply Khotin – has decided to put out another 12" under his Waterpark guise before the year’s end, and this was news that got ...

If-Only Podcast #19: DJ Sling

The driving force behind Born Free Records alongside co-founder Samo DJ, DJ Sling (real name Daniel Isling) has always gone about his business quietly. You could even argue that he's been operating in his label...

Premiere: Charles Trees – Flex

The latest addition to the fine string of releases put out by the Detroit-based label Vanity Press Records – an imprint we’ve been following ever since their inaugural release back in 2016 – comes from fellow M...

Premiere: Roza Terenzi – The Right Zone

Forthcoming on Perth's Good Company Records, debut artist Roza Terenzi, AKA Katie Campbell, offers up a trio of genre-bending deep cuts, with Jayda G cooking up a piano-heavy mega mix on the B2. Following relea...

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: Innershades – Cocaine Voices

Forthcoming this September on Belgian label 9300 Records, Thomas Blanckaert, AKA Innershades, offers up a slab of jackin’ Chicago-inspired soundscapes with Betonkust on remix duties. Named for his hometown of A...

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...