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Clash review
23.05.17

Techno pushed closer to the edge as well as the coffee table...

Clash review
19.05.17

“Michael Mayer’s magic, he wears a magic hat…”

The Quietus review
15.05.17

The question of what exactly is techno has puzzled observers ever since 2 Unlimited bragged of their “techno, techno, techno, techno” back in 1993. Is it steely dance-floor...

Spotinews recomendation
13.05.17

Hi. Since I’m going away for five days on Monday, I will add some extra updates today and tomorrow. Here is the new album by Ellen Allien. Genre: electronic. Enjoy! Ellen Allien...

Under The Radar review
21.04.17

Joe Goddard cuts the kind of record that disbands physical limitations. Granted the Londoner's already got a strong track record, with his defining work from Hot Chip and The 2...

Spotinews recomendation
17.04.17

Hello there. Actress is Darren J. Cunningham. His slick new album was added to Spotify three days ago. Genre: electronic. Enjoy! Actress – AZDFiled under: 2017, Electronic

Spotinews recomendation
17.03.17

Hello friends. The new album by electronic artist Nathan Fake is a recent addition to the Spotify library. Enjoy! (Note: After listening to some more tracks, I’m adding...

Clash review
17.03.17

A superb debut album from a producer unwilling to compromise his vision...

Clash review
16.02.17

An impulsive, compulsive mix from one of techno’s coolest customers...

Clash review
29.11.16

Sullen, HD-ready elegies transformed into something more...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

In the mid-70s, Kraftwerk announced the fusion of the musician with his technological apparatus: The Man-Machine, they called it. As machines infiltrate our lives more and more...

Clash review
09.11.16

Perfectly maintaining the balance between populism and exclusivity...

Clash review
09.11.16

Not perfect, but a fine balm for mind and feet...

Clash review
09.11.16

A fun if slightly safe new collection...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

Nino Pedone – aka Shapednoise – has accumulated an enviable discography during his relatively short career. Previous releases on Hospital Productions, Opal Tapes, Stroboscopic...

Clash review
09.11.16

A singular, typically individual return...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

2016 sees Samuel Kerridge return to Regis' Downwards imprint with Fatal Light Attraction, a double LP born out of a live A/V show in collaboration with Andrej Boleslavský and...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

When it comes to thinking of space and the farthest reaches of the galaxy, we still tend to think in rudimentary human terms. This leads to all sorts of sentimental mush like...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

Who's your favourite Andrew Weatherall? Is it the DJ whose encyclopedic collection of vinyl is guaranteed to lively up any party, between band set or wedding? Could it be the...

Clash review
09.11.16

A soothing yet still unpredictable new album...

Clash review
09.11.16

This could well be a watershed moment...

Under The Radar review
09.11.16

Axel Willner's fifth full-length recording as The Field follows a similar blueprint to 2013's excellent Cupid's Head. The Swedish techno luminary's trademarked looping rhythms and...

Afro Monk review
09.11.16

Hoffman, I have no idea how I found you but I did. I’ve recently had to rebuild my music collection that I lost. This process has been inspiring me to start writing about the...

Clash review
09.11.16

A fine second album that follows neatly on from his debut...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

Imagine the club of Michael Winner's most fevered imaginings. It would be populated by 'street-punks' and grinning hoodlums straight out of Death Wish 3; the interior would be...

Under The Radar review
09.11.16

Pantha Du Prince is unleashed once again on The Triad, the long awaited return of electro-virtuoso Hendrick Weber with a collection of entrancing, liberating compositions. Helped...

Clash review
09.11.16

Sprightly indie pop with a slight noughties twist...