Annie Hall – Tenured Positions

Sheffield's Central Processing Unit further emphasise their reliability when it comes to delivering vintage-sounding, high-quality electro with this quite frankly excellent new release from Annie Hall, aka Ana ...

Premiere: Anodyne – Gone

Busy exploring bleak soundscapes, abstract rhythms and the nuances of IDM, Analogical Force is emerging as one of the more dynamic and progressive labels around. It may still be finding it's feet, but bossman P...

Premiere: DJ Overdose – That’s Right

Following several years where releases were few and far between, the Model Man is now officially in overdrive. Churning them out at an impressive rate, efforts for revered institutions Viewlexx and L.I.E.S. and...

Cignol – Untitled

Born out of a club night of the same name, Lunar Disko Records has grown into a one-stop shop for modern electro. Sure, there have been notable forays into housier territory, but this is an imprint we generally...

Premiere: VC-118A – B76 Over Land [Radio Matrix]

The Netherlands has a strong tradition of electro that dates back to the mid 90's. Hague powerhouses Bunker and Viewlexx played a large role in providing a homegrown alternative to major Dutch exports like gabb...

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...

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...

Jeremiah R – Melancholy Fish EP

Jeremiah R follows up releases on Tabernacle and Enklav with four cuts of subterranean Electro. The BAKK label hit the ground running in 2014, delivering three impressive 12"s that somehow sounded as if they'd...