Inkamera – Time Rewind [TRAJECTORY1021]

Brand new Inkamera EP on Last Known Trajectory! Inkamera’s fresh, fluid and often poetic twist on electro is evident via all six tracks on this striking release. Includes the gorgeous ‘Skylar’ and ‘No Dead Men’s Cries (feat Bogdan W. Rousseau)’.

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Inkamera – Time Rewind [TRAJECTORY1021]

Visonia – Opals Sunflowers [TRAJECTORYLP3]

The second Visonia album out now on Last Known Trajectory. Stunning cold-wave influenced techno and electronics, ‘Opal’s Sunflowers’ continues the new-wave/cold wave theme combined with inimitable romanticism. Coupling emotive elegance with eighties synth-pop influences and the result is quite simply splendid.

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Visonia – Opals Sunflowers [TRAJECTORYLP3]

DMX Krew – RAM Expansion [TRAJECTORY1016]

DMX Krew makes his debut on the quality Last Known Trajectory. “RAM Expansion” is a heady electro tune with a sunken load of synths at its disposal, while ‘Experiment 5″ is classic DMX – mad modular-like patterns surrounded by menacing drums. You also got the weird and wonderful bleeps of “Quantum Computer” on the A-side, whereas the flip kicks off with a fiery techno punch in “Division By “Zero”, heads to more AFX territories via “Rubout”, and ends on high-tec electro stroll of “Bad Vibes”. This is no nonsense dance music at its finest.

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DMX Krew – RAM Expansion [TRAJECTORY1016]

Visonia – Impossible Romance [TRAJECTORYLP001]

Following the release of the Visonia collaboration with the mighty Dopplereffekt that delivered ‘Die Reisen’ earlier this year, Visonia returns with the anticipated debut album release entitled, ‘Impossible Romance’. Commencing with ‘Juana de Arco’, which edges finely the fragile border between expectant angst and hopeful optimism, this opening piece pretty much sets the tone for the album. Undulating between the highs and lows of human emotion which beautifully encompasses Visonia’s own conception of art to hold hands and contribute to humanity; to give beauty, wisdom, or to simply open the listener’s mind in order to reflect and ask questions of one’s own self, one’s own existence; what we have here is at times a poetic soundscape of emotions, feelings, fears and positive expression. The album, in its double vinyl format includes the previously available collaboration with Dopplereffekt, namely ‘Die Reisen’, alongside an equally striking collab with New Wave/Synth Pop artist, Mad Moizel in the form of ‘Beat Frequencies’ and late addition to the album – the sleek, driving vision of ‘Between Lies and Real Looks’.

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Visonia – Impossible Romance [TRAJECTORYLP001]

Jauzas The Shining & Victoria Lukas – Shadows [TRAJECTORY1018]

Collaboration project between Jauzas the Shining & Victoria Lukas featuring Ekman and Orgue Electronique. Lukas, drawing upon personal sensations, melds diary-like lyrics into dreamlike ambiance and textures, beautifully fusing with the infectious electro-pop grooves of Jauzas the Shining. Songs encapsulating lost love and longings for sensation, emotional stimulation and experiencing feelings through those of another are conveyed via vocal pieces, ‘Cold Sweat’ and ‘Coral Eyes’. Ekman contributes a driving, acidic groove version of ‘Cold Sweat’ more apt for the dancefloor, while Orgue Electronique pushes the electronic pop vibes into house territory.

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Jauzas The Shining & Victoria Lukas – Shadows [TRAJECTORY1018]

In Sync – Storm – Evolution I [TRAJECTORY1010]

Last Known Trajectory proudly presents reinterpretations of In Sync’s undisputed UK techno classic, namely ‘Storm’, alongside new versions of accompanying tracks, ‘Warm’ and ‘Subway Route’. Split over two separately available twelve inch EPs. Here, lovingly reinvented by E.R.P. (aka Gerard Hanson), Maarten van der Vleuten (Evo-Lute Muzik) and Ramjac (of Irdial vintage).

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In Sync – Storm – Evolution I [TRAJECTORY1010]

Hieroglyphic Being – Acid Rain Under The Stars [TRAJECTORY1009]

An explosive caustic acid concoction awaits from within the grooves of this gargantuan twelve inch from Chicago heavyweight, Hieroglyphic Being. ‘Free the Energy (No Vocal Energy)’ is highly volatile, with severely unforgiving and distorted drum programming, this violently radioactive adventure is nothing short of brutal and certainly not for the squeamish. Title cut, ‘Acid Rain Under the Stars’ paints a dreamy landscape, while the acidic protons and neutrons busily rebound in the background on this elongated, hypnosis-inducing and beautifully mind-distorting headtrip.

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Hieroglyphic Being – Acid Rain Under The Stars [TRAJECTORY1009]

Visiona et Dopplereffekt – Die Reizen [TRAJECTORY1017]

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Collaboration between the fresh and immensely talented Visiona and the mighty Dopplereffekt. ‘Die Reisen’, encapsulating what you will soon recognize to be the distinctly warm and engulfing sound that is Visonia, here morphing with Dopplereffekt’s unmistakable, deadly bass arpeggio and subterranean stratospheres utterly amazing. Flip over to the AA side and witness Visonia with two markedly different styles. ‘Antarctic Love’ is an emotive piece of electronic music and ‘Impossible Romance’ a fresh, new-wave inspired.

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Visiona et Dopplereffekt – Die Reizen [TRAJECTORY1017]

Federico Leocata – The Man From Another Place [TRAJECTORY1013]

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New release by Federico Leocata. This exceedingly creative and talented recording artist from Italy now presents his first release for Last Known Trajectory with a stunning five-track EP of stark, cinematic, ice-cold electronix, sounding as if created from deep within the science laboratories of space.

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Federico Leocata – The Man From Another Place [TRAJECTORY1013]

Shemale – Hell Transformation Screens [TRAJECTORY1007]

Astounding new material beamed via Shemale’s Atomic Allotment, concealed in an outermost shadowy recess of darkest Hyperborea. The musical paintbrush creates a harsh, barren landscape for ‘Hell Transformation Screens’, as deeply brooding electro and dramatic synthesisers propel each musical journey in its own unique style.

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Shemale – Hell Transformation Screens [TRAJECTORY1007]

Hadamard – The Jupiter Cycle Part 2: Jupiter Lucetius [TRAJECTORY2019]

‘Emergent Behaviour’ is what one might determine the calm before the storm, as we dive into the second instalment of ‘The Jupiter Cycle’, as the drifting ambience and somewhat ominous synths proceed ‘Abstract Thought’, itself a stubborn barrage of hardened electro beats, rigid stabs, crystalizing and melding into an explosive mayhem and of course, ‘The Ghost in the Machine’, if anything a more traditional styled, yet irresistible electro hit. ‘The Deep’ showcases Hadamard in a distinctly experimental mode, where all the fine details are tuned to perfection for maximum atmosphere. Finally, drifting into ‘The Collective’ and ‘Satellite Swarm’, both gliding onwards and ever deeper into pure ambience, the latter closing piece eloquently preparing the audio stratosphere for the next chapter in The Jupiter Cycle…

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Hadamard – The Jupiter Cycle Part 2: Jupiter Lucetius [TRAJECTORY2019]

Hadamard – The Jupiter Cycle Part 1: Jupiter Summanus [TRAJECTORY1019]

The first phase in the breath-taking new musical project from Hadamard. As we enter Hadamard’s universe of ‘The Jupiter Cycle’, we hear a synthesis of straight-up electro coalesce with spellbinding ambient and experimental futurism, to create an overall Bladerunner-esque environment.

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Hadamard – The Jupiter Cycle Part 1: Jupiter Summanus [TRAJECTORY1019]

The Exaltics – Irresistible [TRAJECTORY1008]

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The Exaltics are back with a new album on Last Known Trajectory. Short, sharp, electro styles in the form of ‘Irresistible’ and ‘Calculate’ devised to strike the target head-on, while the brooding, soulful, even graceful, techno gloom of ‘Relentless’ warns of impending doom. Dark times… dark vibes.

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The Exaltics – Irresistible [TRAJECTORY1008]

Alek Stark – Lights In The Horizon [TRAJECTORY1005]

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Alek Stark teams-up with some of electro’s freshest talent for this potential electro hit. The original version here is a full-on workout to get down to, with agitated vocal and hard beats; while next in line is the totally sublime ‘I Can See the Lights’ featuring Victoria Lukas of Zerkalo (Heinrich Mueller & Victoria Lukas). Not to be over-shadowed however are two stealthily executed reworks from Proto 70 and Jauzas the Shining – most definitely forward thinking electro for the body and mind.

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Alek Stark – Lights In The Horizon [TRAJECTORY1005]