Out of the Woods – A Q&A with Gidge

There’s something stroking dissonantly at the thin threads that separate music from nature. A creaking percussive part snaps like a load bearing branch, straining under the pressure of an icy wind blowing through synthesised corridors. Somewhere a piano is tentatively searching for a way to express what it’s feeling and

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Listen: Femme en Fourrure – Seer / Eaten

Femme En Fourrure are back with a new double A-Side on their own FEF Corp, imprint. After last year’s Smell EP, which saw the duo embark into more pop-focussed territory, they’ve returned with a record that sees Sandra Tervonen and Juuso Malin once again travelling into new dimensions with everything from trance to eighties pop filtering into

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Yssue – Cycle

The tagline for the US-based digital label, Beer on the Rug reads “Record Label and Fun Machine” – a sentiment that runs right through their artwork all the way to the music. Never before has a tag-line for a record label ever rung so true and after our late introduction

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Peder Mannerfelt – Controlling Body

Barring the Swedish Congo record from last year, Peder Mannerfelt’s music under his eponymous moniker has featured a very unique aesthetic. Unlike his work as the Subliminal Kid, there’s something instantly recognisable as a Peder Mannerfelt track, but as his discography expands, it’s getting harder to construct a whole picture

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Listen: Bunki – Turn

Rising London sonic artist Bunki returns with the first track taken from the follow EP to his eponymous Bunki EP from last year. Eccentric electronic expressions find their way through harsh digital landscapes that swell and retract like aa accordion controlled by a broken robotic arm. The rhythmic expressions of the

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Resonating – A Q&A with Abstraxion

Abstraxion, the artistic moniker of French producer Harold Boué, has been a reserved purveyor of serious club music since 2005. His label Biologic Records, which he runs alongside Diego Cortez Salas (DC Salas) out of London, has developed alongside the producer as a formidable force for serious club constructions and

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Glice – Fleisch

Subtly orchestrated to lull you into a false sense of security through its opening bars, it doesn’t take long for Glice’s Fleisch to move into the macabre and grotesque. Plucked metallic objects vibrate out of sync with the rest of the stereo components while wheezing drones and the spray of

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