A new home session for your listening pleasure. Again, I could not resist the temptation to mix new material with some older tracks. Tracklist with buy links:Air Liquide – If There Was No Gravity (Jammin’ Unit Remix) (Harvest)Mace. – Support Structures (Attic Music)*BMG & Derek Plaslaiko – The True StoryRead More →

Set up by Hound Scales and Divvorce, Brooklyn imprint Fifth Wall Records belongs to the bunch of US labels effectively averting current techno clichés. New mini compilation opens with post-witch house oddity by L’estasi Dell’oro, the man behind the labels Voodoo Down, Flaneur Audio and recently sighted on Berceuse Heroique. Inaugural GothicRead More →

This post is useless in promoting Berceuse Heroique’s fifth release as it sold out quickly. Featuring again politically charged liner notes, the BH 005 belongs to the best crop of Kemal’s London-based non-conceptual concept label. It’s a fierce affair produced by Grego Beato aka Breaker 1 2 and Ekman, whereRead More →

Release date is in June 2014 Difficult to say if Delinquent Dialect, Dr. Skunkenstein and Heuristic Audio are the persons for investment advice but certainly they are trusted source for electro-tinged floor material. The three have individually recorded for labels like Templedog, Electro Avenue, Satamile NYC and all together theyRead More →

Having appeared in Semantica’s Nonnative series, Stockholm Ltd artist S100 revisits the Madrid label with a solo EP. The dance mob gets instant satisfaction in “Revoke”, a floor-testing exercise with droning vibrations and acidic synth stabs, that clearly overshadow “Pygmalion’s” linear simplicity.The B-side opens strong with limping and shaking outdoorRead More →

The resurgence continues: After some bits of new material in recent years, industrial techno’s iconic figure Kareem unearths his legendary Zhark imprint with a stunning four-tracker to reaffirm his talent in the field of harsh grooves and noisy frictions. Kareem’s tracks have a strong floor appeal and despite of ghastlyRead More →

There’s an obvious appeal in Kimmo Rapatti’s irregular release schedule, which means the man of experience from Finland prefers quality over quantity. After a three-year break, 2014 marks another active phase for the Finn with releases on Forbidden Planet and, before that, on Sweden’s appreciated Skudge White series, both under the classicRead More →