55 presents UFO Lounge

UFO Lounge (Kolbjørn Lyslo & Per Martinsen) Per Martinsen (Mental Overdrive) and Kolbjørn Lyslo (Doc L Junior) land their UFO lounge at Hærverk. Charting the outer dimensions of electronic music with a special back to back set, the two Norwegian stalwarts, forego bland functionalism of the dance floor in a grand narrative

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Listen: Fredrik Handsome – Hochl

Tellstroem’s Djupet label, which bestowed upon us The Recognition‘s Jackin Beats last year via there free download channel, is back with Fredrik Handsome. The unknown artist has given Djupet Hochl as a belated christmas gift to download. Quirky guitars and eighties synth-pop arrangements spill over funky bass-lines a reverb-laden beats that engage with its audience on a

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Listen: Franck Vigroux – Sun

Taken from Franck Vigroux‘s upcoming LP, which follows his collaborative album with Mika Vainio, Sun is not so much a track, but rather a pivot point it seems between musical worlds. What is born into the world as irreverent, ingratiating noise gives way to an innocent vocoder, an unsuspecting nod in the direction of Laurie

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Listen: Limit – Limit#01

Is it 2010? It certainly feels like it when the names L-Vis 1990 and Egyptrixx are mentioned in the same sentence and it takes us back to a time when the word bass-music got thrown around a lot and everything sounded like the future. Alas it’s not 2010, but the two Nightslugs

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Listen: The Recognition – Jackin’ Beats

Producer and DJ, Tellstroem’s new label, Djupet has launched today as a platform for free download material from artists close to the Swede.  The Recognition has the honours of inaugurating the label, with Jackin’ Beats, a title that throws you completely off the scent of the track that lies behind it. Jackin’ Beats meanders with a slow purposeful gate, spacing the

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Listen: LXV – Mihal Drop Scene

Exploring the “aftermath of experiencing spectral consciousness” and  the “desolate aspects of urban life: modern ruins, wide, empty streets in industrial neighbourhoods” is LXV, the experimental ambient moniker of David Sutton (aka Current Amnesia). Mihal Drop Scene is the first single to come from the upcoming Clear LP due on the 1st of July for Anòmia. LXV creates a

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