Smoking hot cinematic takes by an unknown artist on the °//°\\\° catalog by [Giegling]
This new EP, Retrofitted Future Vol.1, is exactly what the minimal scene has been lacking until now. Well constructed grooves, punchy harmonies and an
Lowercase Life returns with more melancholia out of machines made in the past. Detroit and 90's UK vibes brought to present time in three originals and a killer electro remix by Orson Wells (777 Recordings). Limited vinyl with hand made iris printed silkscreen covers.
Edinburgh bar turned vinyl shop and event venue, Paradise Palms has now turned record label and is dedicated to emerging local talent such as M.O.T.O. and Hey Mother Death.
STRICTLY STRICTLY is a new label with 4 heavy MPC-based house-jams by Berlin-based producer RWIN. Strictly emotional affect with lush and spheric sedatives on the a-side and strictly dance-floor material on the b-side where he prays for jack and compels to move.
For South African artist Williams, Aweh, which is Capetonian slang for “awareness”, spreads the message of his continuous musical journey and presents his many musical partnerships. Especially, ‘Blast’ shows a true master piece on this release and is a perfect mixture of eerie Afro-noise with staggering traditional Gogo music vocals.
Reminds us the early works by Sasha. Tomek Günzel has been working on this album for quite a long time now and we almost can't tell you how enthusiastic we all are now that this badge of fresh cassettes has arrived at our doorstep.
Spokenn; the musical merging of minds between Ferro and Reiss.
The title of their first EP is an homage to the intricate process of making music together. Limbic Resonance is defined as a symphony of mutual exchange and internal adaptation whereby two mammals become attuned to each other\'s inner states.
Squealing synthesizer tones and effects that sound like a damaged trumpet wheezing over insistent rhythms. It's a fitting closer for a collection that finds Schulte shining a light on German music with a global outlook.
Latency's tenth release is a journey through Nonplace mastermind Burnt Friedman’s elusive repertoire, recorded between 1993 and 2011. Brilliant and pioneering, this is percussive, dubbed-out, minimal, electro-acoustic music. With guest appearances by Hayden Chisholm and Takeshi Nishimoto.