With determination and courage, Maxime Denuc set up a challenge between computer and organ. More exactly, in May 2021 the musician from Belgium steered electronically the organ in the St. Antonius-Kirche in Düsseldorf. Offering various forms of modern classical with an urban twist, “Nachthorn” would not sound out of placeRead More →

“Waves Of Silent Whispers” is Lauri-Dag Tüür’s second ambient and IDM album, after “Polar Night Jet” in 2020. The new one landed in my inbox already in June 2022. Though not forgotten, it spent most of the year underneath the ever-increasing pile of unfinished business. Instead of white nights inRead More →

Texas is an electronic music superpower, that’s the message of the newest compilation on Gavin Guthrie‘s label that unites artists across the US state. ‘Underground’ is not a catchphrase, as the 14-track digital selection really reflects the raw and engaging sound curated by Texas Recordings Underground. Marcos Cabral, opening theRead More →

Dopplereffekt’s magic has been accompanying us from the mid-1990’s, when the extraordinary Dataphysix releases by Gerald Donald aka Rudolf Klorzeiger and Kim Karli appeared with sterile mechanics and a bit of sleaze (“Pornoactress”). Since then Dopplereffekt has remained Donald’s core project, in recent years in collaboration with his wife MichaelaRead More →

Though it can’t be said about recent weather, summer heat is peaking in Tallinn’s electronic nightlife, when the party listings of the Estonian capital are bursting in the weekends, despite of competition from numerous bigger and smaller events outside the urban sphere. In addition to the techno mainstay HALL atRead More →

Margus Löve launched the Processed imprint ten years ago in Tallinn and marks the anniversary with a various artists EP. The A-side belongs to Löve’s own 1DERL& alias, the first two tracks picked from the CD album “Reflection” (2012). “Float Boat” is on a par with mid-paced funk of VogelRead More →

Suitably for an album scheduled for November, “Sublunar Tides” is carrying the melancholy of fallen leaves when Plant43 revisits familiar deepness in a new album. The artist has conceived another set of attractive compositions, which offer home listening pleasures and also work in a suitable club environment or even inRead More →

Various unknown artists and various sounds of techno on this five-tracker, clocking almost 30 minutes of playtime. A good reason to return to the label, after covering the fifth release in the STAUB series. Most hypnotic is the opener, a stimulating builder that reminds of Jay Ahern’s works with syntheticRead 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 →