Bop & 291out – L’alba dei Vinti

The fifteenth vinyl release on the Early Sounds Recordings collective comes from newcomers to the label, Bop & 291out. The Italian outfit have a quirky and unconventional flavour for their latest release. T...

Premiere: Takecha – Sax

Takecha has spent much of his career lurking on the fringes of the Japanese scene. Over two decades, in fact, with sporadic releases under an assortment of aliases predominantly rolled out via his own GWM or "G...

Trance – Tapes

Hamburg’s Growing Bin Records have been steadily amassing an impressive catalogue of releases since the micro-label put out its first material in 2013 – proof of this hot streak lies within the music itself of ...

Premiere: Polly Moneaux – Wet On The Wheel

London-based label Let's Go Swimming Let’s Go Swimming roll out their second release of 2017 thus far, with newcomer Polly Moneaux delivering the Sideways in Linen EP later this month. Comprised of 5 cuts that ...

Lutto Lento – Dark Secret World

Polish artist Lubomir Grzelak, AKA Lutto Lento, returns with his first proper release of 2017, and it proves to be the experimental producer’s debut album no less. Put out by UK label Where To Now?, the intrigu...

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: Max Essa – Saguaro

When a producer whose previous credits include several releases on the Back To The Balearics and Is It Balearic? Recordings labels describes his next one as “the most Balearic record" he's ever made, you pretty...