Recent Janushoved releases by Tevere, Mercury Ribbon and Internazionale & Angeles continue channeling the label’s sublime and surreal narratives.
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This Repitch compilation, including many essential artists of the genre, is an important milestone for techno music, setting the stage for future explorations.
Techno and minimalist percussions animate an imaginable alien tribal world on this odd recording from the Lithuanian artist Patricia Kokett.
Mark Clifford of Seefeel and Scott Douglas Gordon of Loops Haunt mesmerize with 12 otherworldly artefacts on their new Editions Mego release as Oto Hiax.
A vibrant and seditious album on Sacred Bones Records by the American industrial/noise duo Uniform, coming straight from the vaults of the mother*uckin’ NYC.
Qual marks a return to the forefront of the esoteric minimal synth underground with the teeth clenching EBM grind of Cupio Dissolvi 12" EP.
Paper Dollhouse bridges living room melancholy and nighttime euphoria in her 2016 stream of excellent tape releases inspiring our nocturnal geographies.
Losing Sight by SNTS is a deliberately produced LP album that contains raw yet complete sound dynamics, nicely done modulations and an overall ritualistic aura.
Compilations from Stockholm-based XKatedral label capture the colossal beauty and electrifying static at the core of its output.
The new Croatian Amor album on Posh Isolation, Love Means Taking Action, is an emotional sonic exploration of the complexity of love in these postmodern times.