This label is featured in Update #091:
Boards of Canada, Siriusmo, James Holden, Morphosis
Halfway through the year, post-summer solstice and supermoon, a flurry of stunning releases emerge; Boards of Canada's long-teased and hugely anticipated new album, a new direction in James Holden's impressive sophomore album, a new collaboration between two more...
Stillleben Records head Luke Eargoggle aka Lucas Pettersson from Gothenburg Sweden drops this release on UK's UTTU.'No Computer' wickedly cruises virtual synthscapes and jacking electro depths whilst 'We Are Pyramid' juxtaposes synthetic nightmares with their dreamy counterparts. Deadly!
This label is featured in Update #090:
Mount Kimbie, John Roberts, Neville Watson, Tricky
Things have definitely got going for 2013 as we say goodbye to May. Mount Kimbie's much anticipated second album certainly didn't disappoint, Steffi's Panorama Bar mix will be one we cherish for a while, as well as artist albums from John Roberts, Tricky, Abe more...
Original rave classic from 1992 is hauled out of its Scottish label Hubba Hubba's vaults, reissued by UTTU. Haughton's awesomely sexy Mo' Better Grooves and Ruffneck's deadly speed tribal mixes from the original are included alongside UTTU's Capracara and Marquis Hawkes and Northern Souls 2013 reworks.
More impeccable post-Drexciyan armoury from incredibly productive Detroit native Sherard Ingram. 'Cryptic' a real killer, a deepsea bassline lurking under skull-tickling synth probes, 'Know Your Enemy' is a tightly-spun warcry softened with elastic pads, whilst 'Solitude' bounces with a gleeful swing.
This label is featured in Update #089:
Cosmin TRG, Holden, Minilogue, Kangding Ray
No use complaining about April's weather anymore, but we certainly didn't complain about the month's new music with great releases by the likes of Cosmin TRG, James Holden, Minilogue, Kangding Ray, and !!! improving our time indoors. Also don't miss our more...
UTTU continue to sweat great releases from their pores, with Liverpudlian producer Slackk weaving paths in strange, fantastical worlds. Rich with oriental mystique and weapon-moulded riddims, with a surreal timeless computer game sheen like dodging shurikens in Street Fighter on mushies all day.
This label is featured in Update #087:
Voigt & Voigt, Jamie Lidell, Dadub, L-Vis 1990
Oh, February, where art thy days? Well, the month may have been short, but our selection suggests otherwise with great exclusives (Raíz! L-Vis 1990!), amazing albums (Dadub, Bad Cop Bad Cop, Jamie Lidell, Wraetlic, Trus'me, Lusine, Mano Le Tough, 2x Voigt & more...
Danny Wolfers never disappoints, following up his album for Clone this gem of an EP on UK's UTTU. 'Star Gazing' has an early UK rave vibe, glowing strong with cosmic synth-journeys, 'Visions in My Mind' oozes an anthemic euphoria which completely hits the spot, 'Wayfaring Stranger' fizzles with intergalactic ecstasy.
This label is featured in Update #075:
Pop Ambient 2012, Seldom Seen, John Talabot
After catching a breath over the holiday season the music world gradually returns to its usual state of frenzy. 'Pop Ambient 2012' and Pinch's Fabric mix continue two of electronic music's best-loved series, while John Talabot, Gonjasufi, Leila, and Benjamin more...
Exquisitely assaulting futurist jungle dimensions, Radio 1xtra's DJ Q dishes out this devilish EP on UTTU, 'All Junglist' teasing a synapse-hotwired synthline direct to your darkcore dancebone and 'Will I Ever Be Free' tootling epic bassline whimsies to new energy levels. Woah.
Two simultaneous releases by outstanding talent Maya Medvešek, the UTTU one combining contemporary juke, dubstep, and acid house flavours into a raw and energetic EP. Remixes by DJ Wilson and Altered Natives. Recommended.
This label is featured in Update #072:
Elektro Guzzi, Marcel Dettmann, Sepalcure, Surkin
If you are based on the planet's northern hemisphere like we are, chances are you're either looking for a melancholic soundtrack to the greyness outside or some cheerful music to counter its adverse effects right now. Either way, this month's releases more...
Unknown to the Unknown nail it once more with this mad collab of DJ Stingray, Gerald Donald and Cestrian (Ali Renault). Mixes 1 & 2 ignore all speed limits with footwerk-inspired industrial breaks, whereas mixes 3 & 4 hit more classic electro territory. Great video as well - killer release!