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EPs

Review: Vield – Invineti EP (Mechatronica)

Review: Vield – Invineti EP (Mechatronica)

Mechatronica is quickly establishing itself as one of the premiere labels promoting modern electro, gaining a buy-on-sight reputation amongst DJs…

Review : Phase Fatale – ‘Reverse Fall’ (Ostgut Ton)

Review : Phase Fatale – ‘Reverse Fall’ (Ostgut Ton)

J.G. Ballard’s Crash is a jarring insight into car-crash sexual fetishism. The controversial novel is a central inspiration for Hayden Payne,…

Review : Conforce – ‘Terra Modis’ (Delsin)

Review : Conforce – ‘Terra Modis’ (Delsin)

Borris Bunnik is constantly producing. He’s put out over twenty records in the last ten years under his Conforce moniker,…

Review : Ploy – ‘Ramos’ (Timedance)

Review : Ploy – ‘Ramos’ (Timedance)

Sam Smith is on a roll at the moment. As Ploy he’s released on Hessle Audio, Timedance and Hemlock, three…

Record of The Week: Björk – Arisen My Senses (Remixes)

Record of The Week: Björk – Arisen My Senses (Remixes)

Björk’s “Utopia” was a sweeping and beatific vision, a rapturous excursion into her own inner utopia, a sensuous world replete…

Record of the Week: Gantz – Dying on Acid

Record of the Week: Gantz – Dying on Acid

Deep Medi are bringing us headlong into the new year with some of the most leftfield electronica they’ve released to…

Review: Loom – London Ambient

Review: Loom – London Ambient

The title of Daniel Timms’ latest release as Loom is slightly misleading. There’s nothing particularly calming or meditative about this…

Review: Pessimist – Pessimist

Review: Pessimist – Pessimist

Electronic music has always had an uneasy relationship with genre. To a scene that thrives on defying its own parameters,…

Review: Rico Casazza – They Move Fast

Review: Rico Casazza – They Move Fast

Rico Casazza’s decade long career has been as prolific as it has been varied. In the last year alone the…

Review: Classic Coke – Blood Rite

Review: Classic Coke – Blood Rite

Another fine showcase of talent from London and Leicester’s rising crew.

Review: Tom Hang – The New World (Where To Now? Records)

Review: Tom Hang – The New World (Where To Now? Records)

If Where To Now? Records continue to release music of this calibre, we’re certainly in for a treat over the next few years.

v1984 – ‘Becoming (N)one’ (Glacial Industries)

v1984 – ‘Becoming (N)one’ (Glacial Industries)

The debut EP from Cleveland producer v1984 represents a fresh start for artist and label alike.

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