Mystical and pristine but with a subtle summer funk around the edges.
Bordello A Parigi takes care of a maxi-single with the original LP tracks 'Cruel Game' and 'Au Fond De Mon Coeur' and remixes of both tracks by Vanzetti & Sacco and Machinegewehr!a
All soft chords, soothing vocals, deep-sea bass and skittering hats.
TOM And His Computer is the newest alias for Copenhagen favourite Thomas Bertelsen. He started out as a teenager by looping and creating beats on his 4 track tape-recorder
Rolling 'n' pumpin' jams scraped from the brain of the MPC with a rusty iron.. Battered, bumpin' and cracklin' in all the right places.
Mori Ra brings Oriental Forest to the occidental Forest Jams label based in southern California.
One For Them Free Souls!
Exploring the cosmos further with the aid of synthesizers, drum machines, other-wordly soundscapes.
Tasty disco edits by De Los Miedos, the man behind Ostra Discos from Lisbon.
Rolling Anthem for Filthy Floors, BIG!
Proper introspective cuts with emotional layers and raw vibes including a seriously deep rework by TRP.
The music on this disc dates from that period and captures some of the energy of the Love Dancing parties.
Time To Fall Back Up
Dramatic rising take On Mike Oldfield's infamous Birds score by Levon
Three tracks created on old analogue synths and drum machines combined with new software technologies.
Glimmering piano sets the stage until an insistent violin gives way to a rollicking disco bass line — and then we're off
We Come To Rock’ is a cover version of a classic electro track. ‘Buck Stoppin’ samples another old electro tune & hot wires it for dancers & DJs.
Peak time euphoric Philogresz remake of his own Asakusa that is dedicated to the Japanese eels in that neighborhood. Gazing cutsz!
Eerie and unforgettable more than 30 years later, “Spacer Woman” is the ideal robotic space-age love song.
Ethiopian war hymns, and his own dreams for this release, Mulu returns to 1432 R in fine form, pushing Ethiopian electronic music further into uncharted territory. Hints of jungle, hip hop, house and folk roots, working in harmony.’