Premiere: Kord – Laser Rex

Best known as one third of experimental trio Frak and co-founder of the equally avant-garde Börft Records, Johan Sturesson has well over fifty records to his name. Released under various guises, it's more than ...

Premiere: Gohan – CrackOpolis

Aside from a pair of EPs on Shall Not Fade and Bokhari Records subsidiary, SORN, all of Anatole Baboukhian's music has been self-released. Serving as the inaugural effort on his Peur Bleue Records imprint in 20...

If-Only Podcast #17: Nite Fleit

Alysha Fleiter has been a constant of the Australian circuit for some time. If recent undertakings are anything to go by though, her journey as Nite Fleit is only just beginning. Adding a recent gig at the Sydn...

Calcium Club – Cosmic Creeper

Calcium Club’s 3-tracker Cosmic Creeper is the latest on Major Problems; a record Label started by Barry Redsetta in 2013 with the release that some may remember, Frank B’s 'Chain of Fools'. So well-recei...

If-Only Podcast #16: Field Work

The Field Work Tumblr feed is a miscellany of outlandish visuals, most recently taking a satirical turn, posting GIFs of Donald Trump and Bill Gates and videos of London stock brokers and an aggressively confid...

Premiere: Sias – As We Are

Secretsundaze offshoot SZE was conceived as an outlet for a more experimental brand of electronic music compared to the purer distillations of house and techno its parent label was known for. A pair of releases...

Premiere: Oli – VTSD

Presenting an exhilarating, pastoral vision of electronic music, Patrúin, which translates as "patterns," is a brand new venture out of Ireland. Inaugurating the nascent imprint are six equally fresh-faced prod...

Premiere: Meze – Porder

Paris-based label Public System Recordings deliver a stomping affair with their third release to date – the emphatically titled, diverse compilation, All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace. With previous ...