Premiere: Sync 24 & Truss – Tri-gate

The roots of electro run deep, nearly forty years deep, the genre’s arresting sound having its genesis on the streets of urban North America in the late '70s and early '80s, by way of Germany (Kraftwerk) and Ja...

Young Wolf – Kabuki

The Düsseldorf-based, vinyl-only label Themes For Great Cities finds itself delivering some audibly psychedelic gold with one of its latest releases, the Kabuki 12" by Young Wolf - a new project from producers ...

Premiere: Yoshinori Hayashi – Square Sun

Experimenting with detuned melody and a fluid approach to structure, Yoshinori Hayashi seems unconcerned about the way people perceive his music. Outlining his feelings towards the matter in a recent interview,...

Maizena – Sojouring Music

Sojouring Music, the second release from the mysterious Danish No Hands imprint, offers 3 sweltering jams from Maizena F.K.A Maizena Boys – one incarnation of the Aarhus-based crew consisting of talent such as ...

Premiere: S. Channel – Costa Croisière

Setting his stall out as a purveyor of warm, sonorous grooves with a cameo on Gnork's Blorp label, S. Channel is set to make his solo bow on Third Try Records. Following an inaugural effort from Swedish trouble...

P Relief & D – PD001

2 Drums In A Pad proves to be the first effort from the newly emerged, and mysterious imprint P & D Records. With P Relief on the A-side and ‘D’ (AKA Diego Herrera/Suzanne Kraft) taking care of the flip, it...

Premiere: Vault – Up Through The Concrete

Previous appearances from Vault have been limited to cameos on the Snuff Trax-affiliated In The Dark Again imprint, but taking their cues from EBM and coldwave, it seems they have found a second home of sorts o...

Disrute – Reflexivity

In recent years, Melbourne’s electronic music scene has achieved international acclaim with two very distinct sounds: the warm, woozy lo-fi house and disco associated with acts including Andras Fox and the Fran...

Dan White – Now You Are Here EP

Musically speaking, Melbourne has proven itself to be a particularly special locale over the past few years or so. A seemingly fantastic hotspot for exciting electronic material, new artists, 12"s and labels se...

Leo James – What Happened To You EP

Following a sterling contribution to our podcast series, Melbourne-based maestro Leo James has delivered an intriguing and highly mutative 12" for the continually impressive Austrian label, Neubau. Having previ...