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Shinichi Atobe

It’s the Japanese producer’s sixth album on Demdike Stare’s label

Shinichi Atobe has released his sixth album, ‘Love Of Plastic’ on DDS (Distort Decay Sustain). You can listen to ‘Love Of Plastic 5’ below. 

The...

Tokyo’s Shinichiro Yokota is one of the great unsung heroes of house music, though thanks to a particular YouTube video and a new Sound Of...

This October, Amsterdam-based, Japanese record label Sound of Vast releases ‘Ultimate Yokota 1991-2019’, a compilation album of previously unreleased music by Tokyo house producer...

Fabriclive 94 is out this September...

Midland — the man behind one of last year's biggest tracks and the winner of last year's Essential Mix of the year — has mixed...

'Blade Runner Black Out 2022' is directed by Shinichiro Watanabe...

'Blade Runner 2049' hits the big screen on Friday 6th October, and ahead of its release anime director Shinichiro Watanabe has made a 15-minute short...

He has also shared a video for album track ‘More’, by anime director Shinichiro Watanabe...

Flying Lotus has announced a new 3D live tour for North America in support of his recently-announced sixth album, 'Flamagra'. 

The artist— also known as...

Amsterdam-via-Tokyo label Sound Of Vast celebrates its fifth anniversary with five new V/A EPs. Hear Cinthie’s piano-led, sunrise roller ‘6AM’ from the fourth edition now

Amsterdam-via-Tokyo label Sound Of Vast have been celebrating five years of operations this year with a series of V/A EPs. Following EPs featuring the likes...

From cosmic house and disco to rich electro, Lord The Isles’ versatile DJ sets and productions conjure vivid imagery of lush landscapes and galactic excursions...

As Lord of the Isles, Neil McDonald has always made music that strikes a perfect balance between otherworldly and grounded, feeling simultaneously mythical and pastoral...

Coming soon on Horo...

SNTS joins the Horo roster with a four-tracker of brooding techno and experimental ambient titled, 'Across Another Dimension'.

Since debuting in 2012, the mysterious, masked...

Spend NYE in Bristol with elrow...

In:Motion has announced the Bristol-based events series December line-ups. The Phase Three artist drop includes The Chemical Brothers, Erol Alka, Eats Everything, Ben UFO and...

Soichi Terada’s first new house music album in 25 years is a masterclass is mood-building, and a reminder of his power to move your soul...

Japanese producer Soichi Terada started making waves in 1989, producing pop singer Nami Shimada’s now-classic ‘Sun Shower’. His Far East Recordings label, meanwhile, launched with...

Lead single 'Bamboo Fighter' is here

Soichi Terada will release a new album later this year.

The Tokyo house producer will release the ten-track 'Asakusa Light' via Rush Hour on 13th December...

Studio 338 announce their listings for the next few months...

Studio 338 is one of the most unique spaces for music and arts events in London, having its well-known 'Ibiza style' outdoor terrace. Studio 338...

The latest and greatest DJs and producers rising to the top this month. From UK funky fusions and ferocious techno to celestial house and EBM...

Logic1000

Over the years, enigmatic Sydney-born DJ and producer Logic1000 has been Australia’s best-kept secret. Her self-titled debut release, released on Melbourne-based label SUMAC, married...

Swedish label Love Potion releases the new album from Japanese deep house legend Takecha this Friday – 'Midnight Things' is brief,  jazz influenced slice of...

Takecha – real name Takeshi Fukushima – has been producing, deep, groove-laden house for well over two decades now. An understated legend of Japanese electronic...

Loops Of Fury's incredible electro-tech

From Brisbane, Australia and loved by cats such as Erol Alkan and Boys Noize, Loops Of Fury have been causing a commotion with their peak-time electro/techno/rave hybrid over the last couple of years. Signed to U&A Recordings, the guys are school pals who both discovered electronic music at around the same time in ‘93/’94 — “early Prodigy, Chems, hardcore and jungle”.