From the mid-90s a lot was cooking on Interdimensional Transmissions (IT) when the Detroit label was spearheading the electro revival in many fronts. IT was praised for the weighty “From Beyond” series and became a significant platform for its founding collective Ectomorph and contemporaries like I-F and GD Luxxe.During lastRead More →

Good news from Chicago when Stilove4music, an offshoot of the city’s own Still Music, has decided to unearth a few gems from the golden era of acid house. Essentially it’s a Chris “Bam Bam” Westbrook EP with one exception: The opener comes from late Armando Gallop whose “Land Of Confusion” wasRead More →

After “Ard Core Krew” on Ann Aimee, AnD’s floor rage continues on another Dutch-rooted label when Speedy J’s outfit Electric Deluxe drops “Kundalini EP”.Three vinyl cuts to express the Mancunian duo’s in-your-face attitude, starting with hammering and abrasive 4/4 ride “The Jellyfish” on the A-side. The flip sports factory-inspired wigglyRead More →

Haunting and anonymous figure of Headless Horseman reappears in convincing manner with a new batch of tracks. One can’t get closer to the destruction when the label’s fourth installment opens with “Legend”, which is a forcefully chopping cut sounding like symbiosis of the wildest exploits by Ancient Methods, Kareem andRead More →

Aldebaran is ‘an orange giant star located about 65 light years away in the zodiac constellation of Taurus‘, but Alabrahamis and Oxakindiss are just linguistic inventions from the mind of cryptic Violet Poison. The artist’s arrival on Repitch after the EPs on self-titled label and Bed Of Nails is not aRead More →

Despite of strong electronic connotations this EP is not related to Modern Love, a visionary techno imprint from Manchester. Because Max E. Monroe, the artist behind The Trash Company, composed the tracks about 20 years ago and these were initially rejected by Capitol Records. Until recently Monroe from Richmond, VirginiaRead More →

Defrosted demons lurking in the mid-winter kyrkogården like the subconscious woes in Bergman’s “Fanny And Alexander” when Ulwhednar is at it again, following the debut cassette and a LP in 2013. Out just before the Christmas, the six-track tape and digital release is another proof of Ulwhednar’s firm command ofRead More →