Geena’s top 6 digi-dub tracks

If the shimmering exotica of Swimmers In Circle set a precedent, Nicolas Molina's nascent Worldwide Zen project has come of age with the followup. Nearly a year since Molina released anything as Geena, an alias...

Premiere: D.K. – Storm of Steel

Glory in battle, honour in death. As if shrouded in an orchestra of blade and horn wielding yōkai, Antinote mainstay D.K. delivers his third and final blow. A darker more driving chapter for the often light and...

Designing for the First Impression: Part 4

In direct opposition to iconic graphic designer Peter Saville, who famously claimed record sleeve design is a “dead art," Designing for the First Impression documents some of the best sleeve and event flyers fr...

Premiere: D​.​K. – Riding For A Fall

Artists just keep coming back to Antinote. This time, it’s Parisian native D.K. whose second EP in just over a month goes some way in solidifying his status on the dance floor after a lengthy absence. Dangkhoa ...

If-Only Podcast #38: River Yarra

Music drawing together influences from varyingly esoteric sounds always runs the risk of taking itself too seriously, but there's a charming playfulness to River Yarra's Antinote debut that has little interest ...

Premiere: Alek Lee – Colors

It's impossible to pin Antinote down to any specific style. The results are consistently intriguing too: marking its fifth anniversary, 2017's Five Years Of Loving Notes is the closest we've had to a definitive...