Premiere: Ossia – Hack Dub

Like the slew of labels he oversees, dub, industrial, techno, punk and noise infiltrate the music of Dan Davies, AKA Ossia, and while comparisons to other contemporary artists are there to be drawn – Jay Glass ...

Premiere: Das Ding – Insect Apocalypse

Dutch polymath and purveyor of all things post-punk, Danny Borsten, AKA Das Ding, has a back catalogue of cultic decree. Running, designing and making music on the aesthetically stunning and sonically seminal T...

Premiere: Volruptus – Hörkutól

Listening to Volrutpus, you begin to wonder whether it's how people felt hearing acid house for the first time in ‘87. No matter how common they’ve become, the Icelander has this ability to make the most ubiqui...

Premiere: RIP Swirl – Looser

Since decorating the Public Possession imprint with a contribution to their Chill Pill compilation, Luka Seifert, AKA RIP Swirl, is joining the ranks of Lipelis, Bell Towers and Samo DJ with a solo outing, not ...

Premiere: Mischa Lively – Pain In The Vein

Now here be some business. Percussionist and producer hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Mischa Lively simply wants MORE: more knocks, more buzzing, more lushness, and some more of that. Fittingly, More is the ...

Premiere: Only Now – Mutants

Stirring among a more turbulent excavation of his musical history, Only Now is the experimental alter-ego from Bay Area artist Kush Arora. It's described as a place where “cyberpunk aesthetics and spacious expl...

Premiere: Klon Dump – Do The Dump

Wasting little time between far-out releases, Melbourne audio nomads A Colourful Storm announce a new split 12” of “proper tech” bearing a reissued piece of UK electronic gold circa 2002 and a fresh cut from la...

Premiere: Cru Servers – Henge Salt Phrasal

12th Isle is back with another lesson in out-there excellence guaranteed to be doing bits for Glaswegian label's “buy-on-sight” reputation. Touching down for the first time on ISLE002, Cru Servers' brand of min...

Premiere: Cándido – Shaktiman

Ever-present, freestyle seems to have been written into the very fabric of the club scenes germinating within and between '80s New York, Miami and San Francisco. Often called 'electro freestyle' or even simply ...