Sync 24’s debut album occupies minds and bodies with psychedelic a la carte electro. Having shaped from Cultivated Electronics a remarkable label, Philip Bolland has acted as a real small business founder, being active both in the managerial and production duties for CE’s sought-after electro catalogue. Now, instead of bettingRead More →

The title “Cosmic Cannibals” may sound like from a 1970’s Southern European B-movie, but the suspense provided by this four-track EP belongs to the category A entertainment. Shad T. Scott aka Gosub, who has been behind acclaimed electro tunes over the decades, escorts our imagination to the remote ends ofRead More →

Competing by the number of aliases with Legowelt, Kirill Junolainen is undoubtedly a very productive artist, and since the last year his focus has been on the electro project Konerytmi (‘Machine Rhythm’). Born in Russia, but now closely connected to Finland, a country of his ancestors, Junolainen has been involvedRead More →

My first contact with I-Robots was a compilation with 1980’s italo smashes like “Spacer Woman”, “Penguin’s Invasion” and others, which well substituted  a painstakingly expensive mission of acquiring the originals on wax. Behind I-Robots and Opilec Music is the Italian Gianluca Pandullo whose mission is to unite sounds from differentRead More →

Here are Terminal 313’ snapshots of the previous month, expected to become a more or less regular section of the blog. Techno of the month: Air Protection Office – Untitled (SEMANTICA 128) After much-awaited reissue of Ed Chamberlain’s 2013 EP, Semantica’s consistent delivery of great sounds continued with a tapeRead More →

Although partying and club going was very limited in 2020, there were several tracks that would have worked on the floor or were just neat tunes for humming along. Distinctive in hindsight, to be remembered in a blind test in a few years time and ‘catchy’ in a good sense.Read More →

***** Datafreq Vs. Hozerz (Paper+Sound Paplus6 – 2020) What sounds like a mystery entry from the catalogue of Definitive, Toronto’s nineties imprint with yellow labels, is actually a collaboration of Dave Rout, Kris Helstrom and Heiki Sillaste – all seasoned artists from the Canadian metropolis. When looking at the arrayRead More →

Billy Ray de la Haye, a studio artist with sketchy public CV, comes allegedly from Rotterdam and not from The Hague that was my initial guess, because of ‘la Haye’ of course. By sound, he could be unmistakingly located in the Dutch west coast, when disco riffs and vocoded lyricsRead More →