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Album Review: Sublime Creatures Vol. I – House of Reptile records

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ALBUM REVIEW: Kelly Lee Owens – ‘Inner Song’: leftfield tronica beauty soars

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Album Review: MSTRKRFT – Operator

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Label release overview and manifesto: Sublime Creatures, defiant of society’s cages, its definitions of power, beauty and status. A higher stance above bitter resentment. A pro-active community of thinkers. A patch-work of empowered souls, ideas and experiences. Directly related to one of the sentences in our manifesto, Sublime Creatures is a call to our most …

Humanoid Gods describe their latest EP ( Humanoid Gods 02 ) as a journey which embraces the unexplained, unidentified and unbelievable events which take place in our stratosphere from the beyond. A gripping odyssey from another realm of the cosmos full of darkness, tension and interstellar soundscapes. Opening with impending power, ‘Aguadilla UFO’ is a …

Jeff Mills and the Zanza 21 project is a new forthcoming creation that’s been self-constructing for quite some time. Not out in the open and easy to see, but it’s been evolving more in recent months through the imprint “Millsart” album releases and as an accumulation of ideas that are influences of Mills’ affection for Jazz …

ONE OF the founding fathers of the techno scene in financial hub of Frankfurt, Chris Liebing, is blazing a trail towards the release of his first album in more than three years for Mute this November with a second single drop, “Something Half Way”, which we’ve got for you below. A chattering, clicking, supremely textural …

Jeff Mills rarely needs an introduction but for those of you new to the name, Jeff Mills (aka “The Wizard”) is a pioneer and well respected artist in the genre of techno music, Clairvoyant (his latest solo work) demonstrates the reason why. Jeff Mills_The Clairvoyant  “There are many ways to imagine the future. One might …

Mark Archer (Altern 8, Nexus 21, Slo Moshun) brings together a collection of tracks released over the past twelve years on various labels. A superb collection of House/Acid/Techno quality, that only a oldskool veteran DJ/Producer could create. You know the deal, your either in the know, or your not. Over the last couple of decades, …

PARANOID LONDON, the shadowy two-piece of Quinn Whalley and Gerardo Delgado, who understand all the right things about what makes dancefloor culture so righteous and necessary and addictive – it should be perfumed with sweat and shadows and melody and mantric thrum and hell, you can’t beat a little acid, and it should have space …

NOW THIS … this is sexy news for the lover of the weird and the wired and the warped (and, serendipitously, the Warp). Squarepusher’s hyperactive, insane, thrilling debut album for Warp, Feed Me Weird Things, is to get a 25th (what now?) anniversary reissue on June 4th. Stand back, light the touchpaper. Not only will …

GROWING up listening to a mixture of Jean-Michel Jarre and Jimmy Smith, Matt Robertson certainly had a good early primer in the weirder beauties of music; big-screen synthesiser worlds, the grooviest, cinematic organ jazz (you mean you haven’ heard Jimmy Smith’s The Cat?) Matt studied at the University of Surrey and matriculated into the arcane world …

GROWING up listening to a mixture of Jean-Michel Jarre and Jimmy Smith, Matt Robertson certainly had a good early primer in the weirder beauties of music; big-screen synthesiser worlds, the grooviest, cinematic organ jazz (you mean you haven’ heard Jimmy Smith’s The Cat?) After university, Matt matriculated into the world of the recording studio. He’s worked …