Echocord Color delivers a new EP by the duo Skudge. It also includes a deep and dubby powerful remix by Conforce.
New various artists EP on Stockholm Ltd, including music from Pfirter & Grindvik and The Rumours and the debut on the Swedish label for S100 and Tom Dicicco. Including reworks from Skudge and legendary Oliver Kapp.
The first release on the new project by Ripperton called Tamed Musiq. An emotive and intense track by Ripperton, with a Skudge remix.
Exium presents the follow-up on the great album “Roots of Time”. “The Unexpected” is an excellent take on the deeper side of techno, from the building energy on the 1st part with the lucious chords and wicked percussion to the dreamy sequence on the 3rd.
Abstract Forms returns with some straight up killer electro from Gosub.
The Exaltics making their first appearance for Crème Organization, with a very atmospheric and interesting EP. The Exaltics unleashing their unique brand of brooding and dark electronix tech-fi.
DFA Records presents “Night Sky”, a track that grows and grown into an 13 minutes odyssey. The buzzy bottom end enters and expands before Russom’s vocals – alleyway dark and mysterious – make their way in. The song dips and dives, going from barebones synthesizers resting on organic percussion to explosive vocal choruses. The end reunites nearly every sound that made a previous appearance in an ensemble of ecstatic rhythms and noise. Mutant Beat Dance aka Beau Wanzer & Melvin Oliphant III, undo the original and transform it. There are so many new elements to be found here – a thick bassline, shuffling beat, wiry electro etchings, eerie washes of synths that swell unexpectedly and unannounced – it all makes for a collection of sounds that, thankfully, are head swimming in their unique and wonderful unpredictability.
New single on Mannequin Label featuring a real collaboration between Tobias Bernstrup and Martial Canterel, in a sense that Tobias sings on the Martial Canterel-tracks and vice versa.
Enfant Terrible presents a 7” by Sololust called “Total Loss”. Two electronic pop songs, superb synth pop of the highest possible level.
Local Records present the first release by Romanians Rusu & Flore aka Khidja.”Poor Relatives” features 5 original house tracks full of synths and disco feeling.