Blue Eighteen – Chemiefaserwerk

The sound of inconsistent hollow rhythms muted by a single toned drone swells in loudness through elements of noise and diversified found sounds, taking the music from industrial processes to self-referencing tape cues – and all of it occurring in the first few bars. Chemiesfaserwerk, the latest release from X-Ray

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Lumisokea – Mnemosyne

Lumisokea’s Mnemosyne creaks open to a provocative sonic world where discordant elements push and pull at the fabric of time. There’s that fictional sense of dread and despair that can be found through their past releases, like the soundtrack of a horror film. But on this occasion there’s also something

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Xosar – Holographic Matrix

Xosar has been a constant burr in club-land’s more provocative corners. Adorning labels like L.I.E.S, Rush Hour and Créme Organisation, the Dutch musician’s work is tantamount to the punk aesthetic and left field eclecticism they represent in Techno and House, and as much as Xosar’s work is informed by them,

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Kangding Ray – Cory Arcane

Kangding Ray is one of those artists that occupy the periphery of cool and amongst the marginalised he has slowly emerged as one of the more provocative artists working in electronic bass music today. There’s a poised sensibility to his work, one that negates the focus on trend by transcending

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