CEM3340 – Perfect Stranger LP [LOP05]

CEM3340 is back on Lunar Orbiter Program withi his first LP. Following up a couple of great EPs on Lunar Orbiter Program back in 2017, the mysterious and shadowy CEM3340 is back with his debut LP for the London based imprint. Expect yet more of their proper underground electro from a Drexciyan point of view, on the Perfect Stranger LP: from the dirty future funk of “Story Of An Egyptian Man”, the steely EBM/industrial influence on “Tormented Man” or “Jammin’ in the Dark” or just straight up-in-your face electro breaks like on the killer “I Can’t Get Wrong”.

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CEM3340 – Perfect Stranger LP [LOP05]

Lithium Parasites / DJ Overdose – When Cities Collide III [RHR003]

When Cities Collide III features Lithium Parasites which is a project from former Ultradyne member Alex Lugo together with Alonzo. On this RotterHague release their combined strength brings out what sounds like dystopian cruising music. Watch those crumbled skylines pass by. DJ Overdose does what DJ Overdose does.

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Lithium Parasites / DJ Overdose – When Cities Collide III [RHR003]

Lake Haze – The Observer EP [CR1298]

Next up on Creme Organizaiton is Lake Haze. The Hague based Portuguese artist is a regular on this label having put out four EPs in the last two years. He’s an esteemed talent with a blistering sound that fuses futuristic techno and electro into storytelling dancefloor dynamite. Space Reservoirs kicks off this EP with slow but heavy drum work, acid twitches and spooky cosmic echoes. The Observer picks up the pace with quick and slick kicks from the streets of Detroit overlaid with ripping electro basslines and deep space atmospherics. Unexplored Oceanic Territory is expansive electro with busted drums and echoing pads that add real scale before more acid finishes things off with real rawness. Prototype is dark and heavy, with another searing baseline and crisp metallic hits, then Into The Unknown is a blissed out electro roller with dreamy pads and twinkling keys melting into the cosmos. It closes out another essential EP from this timeless producer.

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Lake Haze – The Observer EP [CR1298]

N.O.I.A. / Rubicon / Rude 66 – Morning Bells [COTF16]

Crimes Of The Future continues to demonstrate its expertise in the field of modern day electro and wave based music with this incredible one off missive from an unlikely super group. N.O.I.A, Rubicon and Rude 66 join forces for the bright and bold “Morning Bells,” which stirs up a generous dose of Italo, techno and electro in a cauldron and serves it through a massive wall of synth-powered sound. Who else to remix such a concoction but Timothy J. Fairplay then? The multi-faceted London producer stays true to the original’s dazzling colour and simply beefs up the beats for a cracking alternative mix to the original.

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N.O.I.A. / Rubicon / Rude 66 – Morning Bells [COTF16]