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  1. Lovely new EP from Low Tape: https://www.juno.co.uk/products/low-tape-the-next-summer-of-love/738908-01/
  2. this warms the cockles of my heart. thanks!
  3. cheers man! Yeah we're proud of it. Keith (Sound Synthesis) is working on a remix for us of another artist we're releasing soon, plus a split 12 with Datawave that should be ready in spring 2020.
  4. yeah Moonlight is excellent, I actually had trouble describing it because it's quite a mashup of styles. Strangely it reminded me of some Four Tet, or at least perhaps something he might play in a DJ set. The other tracks are quite old actually, but Moonlight he produced especially for this EP.
  5. Thanks man! Cheers Brian, you've been supporting us from the start.
  6. Very proud to present our third release: Goldefish's Passive Pleasure EP. Goldefish first came to our attention after RDJ commented on his track 'Radon'. All he said was "dope" but it was enough -- that track now has over 7,500 plays on SoundCloud. But it turns out Goldefish is, in my humble opinion, a startling new talent. His productions are rhythmically superb and detailed, drawing on old school dnb and breakbeat, as well as acidic techno. He sent us new track 'Moonlight' to complete the EP, which pushes things even further. After communicating with us for a while it turned out RDJ commented so he could get access to 'Radon' so he could play it out. But he privately sent a message to Goldefish asking for his remix of Dare Balogun as well... so that's the hidden gem on the B-side for you. Here are clips: And you can buy digital and vinyl here: https://gatedrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/passive-pleasure-ep Vinyl is released on Sep 7. Hope you enjoy!
  7. From the description: James Clements (ASC) debuts his first full-length album under his Comit alias, titled Remote Viewing. Born out of his love for music that was often classed as 'IDM' during the mid-to-late 90's, and labels such as Morr Music, City Centre Offices, Merck and Hobby Industries, Comit is a new avenue for James that builds upon his background in drum & bass, his ambient projects for the likes of Silent Season and his admiration for a more nostalgic electronic sound. It was this appreciation for early IDM that became the impetus for James' infamous Deep Space mix series in the early 2000's and resulted in a brief output of inspired productions as both ASC and Intex Systems. But this sound never fully evolved until it became a devoted project. The first outing for the Comit alias came as a limited 7" on the Short Trips label in 2016 and is now finally presented in its realized form within Remote Viewing. Broken, glitchy breakbeats weave amongst emotive and often melodic chord progressions, all stemming from James' expansive collection of analog synthesizers. It's a sound that feels distinct and very separate to James' music as ASC, whilst adding a new evolution to the genre we may have previously described as IDM. https://www.juno.co.uk/products/comit-remote-viewing/739758-01/ https://astrangelyisolatedplace.bandcamp.com/album/remote-viewing
  8. Really unusual combination of Mark Lanegan with Not Waving, sounding great to me so far. Limited yellow vinyl: https://boomkat.com/products/downwelling Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4oi6DxgouCsmf9Jk4NGCMR?si=EItlHY7VTsWC1UYMX37G5A
  9. Really solid electro EP on new Cultivated Electronics sublabel https://soundcloud.com/cultivated-electronics/ce-ltd-001-ekman-midnight-hillside Oh and btw this Sync 24 mix from a couple of weeks ago is superb https://soundcloud.com/ravageamsterdam/ravage-mix-series-087-sync-24
  10. New one on BBBBBB https://www.juno.co.uk/products/vtss-cadency-bjarki-kuldaboli-hellcat-vol-1/738540-01
  11. wow i never realised that was where it was from. By the way, I believe Simial is working on his debut album but I think he intends to self-release it. At least, that's what he told us.
  12. It's a very good album. I slept on it for a bit but listened to it properly and changed my mind. Actually, I could see a track like Xenopsin kicking off in a club. It's a very subtle but rocking track.
  13. Now up on Juno, not sure why it's taken so long, but here it is https://www.juno.co.uk/products/sound-synthesis-xjenza-eletronika-ep/730824-01/
  14. it's good but the tracks are pretty minimal and don't develop a great deal. But it's still good.
  15. Now available digitally as a new 2019 version https://jamesshinra.bandcamp.com/album/orbit-2019-version
  16. More goodness from Lapsus Records, love what they're doing. https://kettel.bandcamp.com/album/myam-james-2-10th-anniversary-edition
  17. Very good EP from Shawn Rudiman on Tresor https://www.juno.co.uk/products/shawn-rudiman-autonomic-pilot/735432-01
  18. Surprised this hasn't been mentioned before on here, brilliant compilation. Also nice to have Vordhosbn on vinyl. https://k7records.bandcamp.com/album/dj-kicks-peggy-gou
  19. First comp -- and amusing hat -- from Netsh's label https://shop.lachinerie.fr/comicsans6/
  20. And it was 21.99. I'm amazed at how much people will pay for an EP that's already been released digitally. FOMO I guess? People complain about the way Anil runs his label, but I have to take my hat off to him, it's extraordinarily effective. He's got quite a large circle of followers who buy anything he puts out. And, as I've come to realise, promotion is the hardest part of running a label.
  21. yeah subwax have it, add your email address for a notification when it's released. It's a lot easier than following Anil on FB. https://www.store.subwaxbcn.com/product/fe-019/
  22. Really like The Jaffa Kid https://thejaffakid1.bandcamp.com/album/miasmatik We've got an EP from him coming in the early part of next year.
  23. Really nice EP of funky IDM from someone, yet again, who I hadn't heard of. https://billegalbeats.bandcamp.com/album/r21freq-fold-ep
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