Roland Lifjell shares rare mix

The conditions have to be the just right for Roland Lifjell to play. The dark horse of Oslo’s Techno scene rarely ventures outside the hallowed confines of his shop Filter Musikk, to share some music, but when he does it’s a special occasion. With an uncompromising attitude behind his sets and a sound

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4D Sound announces Circadian

4D sound is not a piece of music exactly, but rather a concept that turns the idea of “listening” on its head completely. It’s the only system can that truly lay claim to the term, listening experience, and the concept is currently resonating with the Formant for the next step they intend to deploy in their

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Lumisokea – Flatland & Jenseits

Luke Younger, aka Helm inaugurates his ALTER imprint with two tracks taken from Lumisokea‘s upcoming Mnemosyne LP. Flatland drips with the tentative uncertainty of the unfamiliar as creaking hinges and a light dusting of noise off-sets moments of insecure silence. The barren sonic landscape is responsible for the unease on Flatland, and the only moment

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Len Sander – Places

Len Sander have not taken a break since Phantom Gardens, continuously making music during the process of releasing that album. Mouthwatering records have taken up the batten and have released he first single from the group since their magnificent debut. Blanka’s recognisable vocals cut through a clean guitar’s simple harmonic framework, her vocal

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Seb Wildblood & Apes stream new EP

Seb Wildblood and Apes, co-founders of the highly successful London-based night and label, Church premiered two new tracks last night via XLR8r. The pair have temporarily migrated over to Skint for a 12″ split release out at the end of May. Noshi and Mortimer Road, see the producers further explore their individual sounds, largely carved out from a foundation of House . Wildblood

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Len Sander shares new video for Mendrake

Len Sander has shared a new video for Mendrake today. Taken from their awe inspiring debut Phantom Garden, the monochrome video is the visual narrative of a journey through an unknown metropolitan landscape. The choppy aesthetic of the collage of images that pass us by is quite fitting in the shadow of the stuttering kick drum, which Blanka’s vocals subdue

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