After vagabonding across the labels of the world Terrence Dixon’s search for a theorem of perfect minimalism has now led him to own personal imprint called Reduction, a move long overdue in the light of his prolific output in recent years. The label’s first EP “The Rewriting Of An Expression IntoRead More →

At first glance, “Tia” makes deliberately an odd impression with shaky percussion and electromagnetic disturbance, as of low-end equipment would have been used. But this is just a transient disguise before Teersom’s 12-inch on Sähkö’s sublabel Keys Of Life reveals its very essence and brings deep and fresh sounds toRead More →

The year 2012 has been marked by Terrence Dixon’s domination, as we have seen a rush of releases by him, particularly the excellent new album on Tresor. Most recently a glimpse to the history books has been offered by Delsin when they reissued two Population One tracks. Now comes anotherRead More →

The news that Peacefrog Records is celebrating the 20th birthday big time  – by repressing many out-of-print classics like DBX’s “Losing Control” –  is a good reason to return to this seminal release. Considering that in 1994 also Robert Hood’s “Minimal Nation” came out, it was a superb year for minimal(ist)Read More →

VVV – vicious, vibrating, volcanic. A joint ritual by Alan Vega, former vocalist of the protopunk combo Suicide, and Finnish masters of low frequencies Mika Vainio and Ilpo Väisänen, better known as Pan Sonic. Caution: Listening to this could harm your artificial pacemaker or other electronic appliances. A nasty startRead More →