Once emerging as protagonists of Rome’s new techno sound, former Elettronica Romana producers Dino Sabatini and Luca Meloni are reunited under the Modern Heads banner on Sabatini’s Outis Music. Without any hassle, slightly melancholic “The Beginning” passes the checkpoint from bleepy ambient to tranced-out dub. With background hiss and reverbs,Read More →

Deep respect is due when encountering the works of late James Stinson, an acclaimed personality in the evolution of (Detroit) electro. Leaving our world far too early, Stinson left behind a vast legacy, of which Tresor Records reopens another chapter – “The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate” under the Transllusion guiseRead More →

Scottish two-man techno act Clouds has found an inspiring haven in Canada when they have released the debut album and four EPs, including two takes of “Tannhauser Acid Works”, on the Montreal-based Turbo Recordings. Now Calum Macleod and Liam Robertson are ready for another round, this time as curators ofRead More →

Actually, it was “Ultraviolence”, Lana Del Rey’s album that triggered current post. The American lady singer is obviously light-years away from doom metal and even hardcore techno, which had never been the case for Nottingham-based Earache Records, once a home label for Napalm Death.Somewhat surprisingly Earache went hardcore in theRead More →

Lucy’s Stroboscopic Artefacts is making some noise to mark the label’s fifth anniversary, and what could be better than invite an illustrious company of techno producers to the celebrations.“Chapter 1” opens the five-EP series with Rrose’s fluctuating builder “Drowned By Sight”, which complies with the act’s blueprint sound, surfing onRead More →