Premiere: Future DZ – Worst Drum Solo Ever

Tram Planet throw out more charge from Nashville, Tennessee, with a new cassette built by two of its three board members. Future DZ, or the lads DZee and Jaundice as they’re known to the government, follow the...

Premiere: Fruit – Words

The past three years have witnessed an influx of Danish electronic music with tranquil sense of melody and a focus on texture. Maybe it's a reflection of the country's outstanding natural beauty; the dense fore...

Premiere: Max Wyatt – Ruff Technique

Manchester's Dansu Discs has been a home to lush ambient, jacking house cuts, reggae-tinged disco and simmering acid. But while the curation might appear to some as fairly disparate on paper, there's a playful,...

Premiere: 90 Process – Strictly Cut

It feels like a hot minute since 90 Process dropped The OJ² from Metz EP earlier this year on 10 Pills Mate. A barn-storming, fully-formed EP, it flourished across warehouses everywhere with the hard kickin’ dr...

Premiere: DJ Overdose – Ens Realissimum

Joining dots between towns with a shared tradition of menacing electro, RotterHague Records return with part three of the split EP series, When Cities Collide. Naturally, it all began with the label's namesakes...

Premiere: Art Crime – Seoul

Alongside the searing electro, punishing techno and mutant acid consistent with post-Soviet experimentation, Private Persons also deal in records wrought with emotion. Joining the sun-bleached lo-fi of Gazatech...

Premiere: Sene – Et Cætera

Erwan Sene is about to drop his next record with Unknown Precept, the Berlin label synonymous with brutal yet sensual techno releases and self-described as an outlet for “Grotesque Music”. Entitled I Heard You ...

Premiere: Shelter – BIGMOVE (Smurf Dub Version)

He's put records out on labels like International Feel, Les Edits Du Golem and Camisole Records, but Shelter always has a home in Plaisir Partagé. Not counting efforts on sub-label Edits Du Plaisir, both releas...