Various Artists – Salt Mines 001

Melbourne’s freshest label drops its inaugural release, offering listeners a short but sweet dose of effervescent dance music that manages to wriggle away from any strict classification – just the way we like i...

Dunkeltier – BAH026

It's time for another trip to Bahnsteig 23. Literally translating as 'Platform 23', the German label's releases take you on quite a journey. But while the destination isn't always clear, the sleaze-fuelled expe...

PALMA – PALTRX001 EP

A Lyon-based triumvirate best known as PALMA Soundsystem have been moving crowds with a melodic brand of acid house and techno for quite a while. They first popped up on our radar via a Boiler Room performance ...

Mikron – Sleep Paralysis EP

In what is a very strong collection overall, Sleep Paralysis finds fraternal duo Mikron tapping into a rich vein of complex electro rhythms right from the off – a style which Sheffield's Central Processing Unit...

Junior Fairplay – Omens Of Awareness

I wonder what it'd be like to be a fly on the wall of the Scrutton Street studio space. Probably pretty fascinating. Home to Andrew Weatherall, Scott Fraser, Richard Fearless, Daniel Avery and Timothy J. Fairpl...

DJ Beusta & DJ Trebluf – Out Of The Blue EP

Starting up a record label in 2015 is a gamble, whatever the music. Opt to focus said label on releasing music inspired by the bawdy, Chicago sound of ghetto house in 2015, and you'll undoubtably raise some eye...

The Pilotwings – Molitor 71

Why aren't more people shouting about this label? Seriously, it has us completely stumped. Brothers From Different Mothers haven't released much since their conception, but the records that do bear the name are...

Circadian Rhythm ‎– Château EP

Swedish label Junk Yard Connections find themselves in fine fettle with the latest addition to their strictly limited, no repress vinyl series - a 12” EP courtesy of Circadian Rhythm. This release carries with ...

The Adventures of Gary Gritness – Chapter 2

Clone deliver the second instalment of a two-parter from French multi-instrumentalist, Gary Gritness. While some labels still make the odd foray into electro territory, few have been championing the sound like...