Premiere: Obalski – Britney

Tired? Uninspired? Simply out-of-touch with nature and the cosmos at large? We recommend the latest all-natural supplement from the trusty pain-relief pushers at Public Possession. Chill Pill is a multi-pack of...

Premiere: Trojanovskx – The Erotic Objects

Incubator of the occult, London-based label Edited Arts comes correct with an OST for the freaks. Picking up the baton from an expansive first-release compilation, the Hemlock EP (named for the plant’s proclivi...

Premiere: La Fe – Wau

Canadian dance-tape completionists Isla load up the bathysphere and head south for the summer. Against the perfumed backdrop of flor de maga, Daniel Rincon (AKA NAP and one half of Ambien Baby) and Michael Red ...

Premiere: Broshuda – Voices

Frankly he can’t see the hardcore dying any time soon. Visionary collage researcher and probably the eskiest, it’s our Broshuda – whose fragrant mist of kaleidoscopic loops and dubby effects builds a delicate ...

Premiere: MR TC & Lo Kindre – The Watching Eyes

Channelling the energy of a jam session into fully-fledged tracks fit for release is easier said then done. That said, long-time friends MR TC and Lo Kindre have demonstrated they’re more than up to the task, e...

Premiere: Andy Rantzen – Spiral Staircase

Andy Rantzen's Wikipedia page doesn't really do the Australian justice. Described as a "Sydney-based lo-fi electronic recording artist," he's best known as one half of Itch-E and Scratch-E – the proggy 'Sweetne...

Premiere: Farquaad – Track 3

Across the pond, on the periphery of the US West Coast (about as far as you can go until you run out of Western Hemisphere), Seattle's Vivid Recordings are quickly gaining a reputation as a buy-on-sight label f...

Premiere: Memphis – Child Of The ’70s

Anti-linear poetics and new-style pataphysica from Memphis, carving a new direct channel from 1993 to our now; three dormant/unreleased tracks which find space to breathe on our beloved Mirror Zone. It’s essen...