Premiere: YOZY – Gabbertone II

Here we are, talking in High Digital once more. Got the third release, a wicked offering from a newish badboy label putting out scruffy, glitchy, gleefully weird sounds from all round the IRL. A doozy of a rekk...

Premiere: Hamilton Scalpel – Airfoil

Glasgow’s Concrete Cabin are back with another jaw-shattering dash from Hamilton Scalpel. The missive again comes through strained and heavy – urgent, xeroxed-to-fuck, flickering up the desolate grids locking t...

Premiere: Endless Mow – Insect

Our pals at Mega Metal have assembled a taut, lithe, essential compilation. Drawing deep from disparate pockets of ascendant metallurgists – from local London familia to further afield, Iceland to Hong Kong – t...

Premiere: Mikkel Rev – Biotope

The state of trance is thriving and populous in 2020; different takes and shades show out the angles and intensities of sincerity. What would you like today? Dubby computer bleeps and the digital realm? Let’s h...

Premiere: Taxa – Atlas

Incarnate perspective; our sweet Mirror Zone cracks open again, a wide new message flooding deep from the mouth. The wash blows through with elated thunder, direct and loud – an urgent deluge of blinding fact, ...

Premiere: XqST – NDER

Vancouver’s ISLA have a gleaming clutch here; eight highly personal recordings from the eXquisite CORpse. For those without, Robbert Heijnen is a pillar of PWOG, one of four forming the hypnogogic and deep/vita...

Premiere: Oprofessionell – Elektrisk

Vital energy in lightspeed shooting through the domesmoke of Oslo, UTE.REC data scientist Oprofessionell straps up four charges of speedy lysergic power that hit direct to the pineal gland – four tracks of hard...

Video Premiere: Kleft – Keratin

Gloaming rough dark from Glasgow – we got a message from the Domestic Exile lads recently saying that Vickie McDonald, AKA Kleft, has a new music vid coming oot, and yes, it does it fizz. Kleft’s H+ Sexualis h...

Premiere: Solpara – Breeze

The sound of Brutaż isn’t easy to pin down – off-kilter and unconventional yet still familiar, the releases often edged coherently with thoughtful sincerity or lively wackiness without blinking. Solpara arrives...