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 comin 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
Elypsia, an embassy of Detroit sound reborn Elypsia Records emerged in the second half of the nineties, as an European home for several Detroit artists – Claude Young, Dark Comedy (Kenny Larkin), D-Knox, to name a few. That time, Motor City’s own labels under the umbrella of Submerge distribution were
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.
Buy vinyl from Juno (UK) Buy vinyl from Redeye Records (UK) Buy vinyl from Groove Distribution (US) UK techno from the glorious 1990s Former times are trendy in electronic music when vintage rave and hardcore riffs are returning to new productions, not to speak about fulfilling the dreams
Split One. SEMANTICA 102 by Newa / Mariska Neerman Buy vinyl from Juno (UK) Buy vinyl from Decks (DE) Buy vinyl from Rush Hour (NL) Tripping and dreaming between Georgia and Belgium Semantica’s catalogue has exceeded an important milestone of one hundred releases and the label is stepping into