This artist is featured in Update #085:
Vladislav Delay, Madteo, Kris Wadsworth, Raime
In a month not short on excellent club-ready releases it was the wealth and quality of experimental electronica recordings that surprised us most. From Mouse on Mars' bastardly bass music mutations over the jazzy timbres of Nicolas Jaar's 'Don't Break My Love' more...
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This artist is featured in Update #080:
Âme, Shackleton, Oxia, Claro Intelecto
Extensive polling shows May firmly leading the race for the world's favourite month and we hope it's been treating you kindly. At zero" we certainly can't complain, with a volley of great music having been flung our way in the past 31 days: Fantastic more...
This artist is featured in Update #071:
Martyn, Axel Boman, Sandwell District, Alva Noto
This October has provided us with an abundance of outstanding albums, and it's been harder than ever to pick our release of the month. In the end the accolades had to go to Martyn's brilliant 'Ghost People' full-length, which evolves his sound far beyond the more...
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Welcome, zero" presents Meakusma's 'Rüts (Video Edition)', available now for exclusive digital download. Comprised of 24 audio tracks and 21 videos, 'Rüts' is a stunning audio-visual work. Assembled by the Belgian Meakusma crew, 'Rüts' brings together the cutting edge of both electronic music more...
This artist is featured in Update #010:
Autechre, Scuba, Cobblestone Jazz
There is only one word we can find for March 2010 and that is: massive. We're hard pressed to recall another month with such a staggering amount of great releases, resulting in what is surely our most comprehensive newsletter to date. The tip of the iceberg is more...
This artist is featured in Update #007:
Cobblestone Jazz, Anja Schneider, Ron Trent
From the US to Germany and Japan, there is no stopping the resurgence of deep house and techno sounds. Here are some of our current favourites of the style: From Cobblestone Jazz' album teaser, Anja Schneider's new EP or Ron Trent's collection of prime deep more...