Scottish techno and freestyle-breaks veteran Neil Landstrumm delivers an excellent EP to fledgling Berlin label Killekill: Compared to his recent Planet Mu albums 'Night Train' takes a turn towards analogue acid jams, from the electroesque opener to the grimy end. Killer.
This artist is featured in Update #076:
Ancient Methods, Marcel Dettmann, Rivet, Mondkopf
Shining a light into the dark corners of our souls, underground techno with an edge is the theme of this week's update. Freely quoting dubstep and industrial, electronica and house next to the style's Detroit roots, techno has become more difficult to pinpoint more...
Known for his grand stylistic shifts, Neil Landstrumm's 'She Took A Bullet For Me' combines instrumental hip-hop, trashy UK breakbeat, and straight up techno, bridging the gap between his work for Peacefrog and Planet Mu.
This artist is featured in Update #036:
Jeff Mills, Drexciya, Surgeon
While Berlin's legendary techno bunker Tresor has recently expanded to China by opening a venue in Beijing, it has been a bit quiet around the club's seminal label in recent years. For well over a decade however the Tresor imprint has been one of the most more...
Selected as Artist of week #28