Premiere: Georgia – Window 5

Setting their stall out with 2012's genre-bending Asemic Club, Georgia have since gained a reputation as experimental fusionists with something of a midas touch. Fusion has been central to most Georgia material...

Premiere: Ossia – Hack Dub

Like the slew of labels he oversees, dub, industrial, techno, punk and noise infiltrate the music of Dan Davies, AKA Ossia, and while comparisons to other contemporary artists are there to be drawn – Jay Glass ...

Premiere: Volruptus – Hörkutól

Listening to Volrutpus, you begin to wonder whether it's how people felt hearing acid house for the first time in ‘87. No matter how common they’ve become, the Icelander has this ability to make the most ubiqui...

Premiere: Credit 00 – Broken Glass Everywhere

What Grandmaster Flash and Credit 00's latest release have in common isn't immediately clear without understanding how early hip hop and electro are inextricably linked. Paying tribute to his roots, specificall...

Premiere: SJ Tequilla – The Day After

Get up to much last night? Find yourself calling in the shots? Naota Matsuda, AKA SJ Tequilla, has just the tonic. A massaging cut lifted from his Craigie Knowes debut, 'The Day After' will guide you through th...

Premiere: Gil.Barte – L.i.G

Trawling the abyssal depths of electronic music, Gil.Barte's KUMP label has thrown up some truly acerbic, uneasy material. Not to be outdone by the artists he signs though, the Lyon-based label owner and produc...

Premiere: Ben Ritz – Trope Insurance

Sweat Equity comes through with its latest blue-chip stock. Introducing the New York label's fresh-faced broker, Ben Ritz, the trend of of releasing music from local talent continues with a dynamic 5-tracker of...

Premiere: DWART – Keep In Touch (Far East Mix)

DWART, or D. W. Art, a collaborative project from António Duarte and Manuela Duarte, is the subject of a new Strangelove retrospective. Having explored the new wave-tinged avante-pop of Lisbon native Lena D'Águ...

Premiere: Warzou – Nomor

Aurélien Arnaud must be an acolyte of the soundsystem. Dub techno as Palma Soundsystem to the genre-bending D104 material, music released on various projects, both collaborative and solo, often seem engineered ...