Premiere: Gnork – See Me Rollin

With a self-confessed penchant for chords and bouncy beats, Gnork's first ever full length spans a wide range of sounds. From spacey to frenetic, The Lost Tapes is set to drop on his newly formed Outskirts impr...

Interview & Premiere: R-Zone – Greatest Enemy

A bit of rave revivalism here, a sly nod to the jacking sounds of Chicago there, R-Zone is the '90s-obsessed, clandestine sub-label to DJ TLR's Creme Organization. The sense of nostalgia is palpable, but everyt...

Unravelling the label: Hhatri

Before Rush Hour's Soichi Terada retrospective, Sounds Of The Far East, there was the Far East Transcripts. The inaugural release from History Has A Tendency To Repeat Itself (AKA Hhatri), it marked the first i...

Axe Traxx: The Unheard Talent

Axe Traxx first caught our attention via their sophomore release, a split release courtesy of Die Roh - better known to some as DJ Octopus and Sagats - and Trudge. Trudge, I'll admit, is a total mystery to us (...

Process & Performance: Rudolf C

As far as introductions go, you could do a lot worse than the inaugural release from the Antipodean Salt Mines label. It certainly increased the profile of label heads Rudolf C and Shedbug and the former has be...

Multi Culti: Globetrotting and tantric audiogasms

The brainchild of Canada's Thomas Von Party and Australian native Dreems, Multi Culti was forged over a shared interest in “half-baked new age philosophies, psychedelics and world travels.” With an inclusive wo...

777 Recordings: Just getting started

The 777 Recordings journey has resembled a runaway train going downhill, picking up momentum with every release. Inaugurated with a 12" from a previously unknown quantity, the Berlin-based record label hasn't l...