Random XS, one of Djax’s cult acts, was spreading acid techno bacteria up to the mid-1990s when they closed a short but prolific period with their only album “Braincloud”. Thereafter the group members pursued other projects until a comeback in 2015 with two long journeys on Shipwrec. This year a
[Update: vinyl versions to be released in March 2020] Heiki (pronounce ‘hey-key’) Sillaste, frontman of the Canadian 1980s/1990s industrial group Digital Poodle, can look back to about 50 releases under different monikers. After two previous albums “Dub Museum” and “The North Shore” – the latter with dreamSTATE -, which delved
The release is probably from 1993 or 1994, when hard trance was still in a dominant position in Germany, with Harthouse pictured in the middle and flanked by labels such as 23 Frankfurt, Delirium, Superstition, Plastic City and many others. The scene dished out an enormous amount of twelves that
Bass Agenda has been on a roll lately and the spring has arrived with several releases from electro’s darker end. “Necrophilia” from New Zealand’s Go Nuclear or “This Darkness” from Dutch project RXmode don’t leave any questions open about the dominating mood. Now electro tremors are coming with Zeta Reticula’s
Kosh belongs to Casa Voyager posse that has put Morocco on the map of cutting-edge club music with a variety of tracks between techno and electro. The artist, 28-year-old Youssef Benjelloun from Casablanca, has joined the mini compilations and brought out a solo EP for the label that draws inspiration
Donato Dozzy – Filo Loves The Acid (Tresor 303 – 2018) The Italian has grabbed much-coveted ‘303’ slot in Tresor’s catalogue with an album, his first in three years after “The Loud Silence” on Further Records. And Dozzy is in a great form when being under the influence of acid’s rougher side.