New York’s Olive T will release her new EP, ‘Goin Up’, via Bouquet Records in July.
Black Cadmium will release a new EP, ‘Our Legacy’, this month via Vault Wax.
The Rotterdam duo, who have made a splash with their EPs on labels like Violet’s naive, DJ Pierre’s Acid Deep, Josh Wink’s Ovum and Carista's United Identities, deliver five cuts of acid techno and electro goodness on their latest outing, nodding to foundational Detroit sounds while bringing their own futuristic vibe to the plate. It marks the duo's second EP on Vault Wax, following 2020's 'Muted Chaos' four-tracker.
Club Glow will release the third instalment of its split cassette series this month: a 17-track rave eruption from two emerging names, AK Sports and Kessler.
Deviant Audio don Stranjah has teamed up with Toronto-based, South London-born MC Plain English on a new cut, ‘Preacher’.
The prolific producer, who also released an EP on the mighty Worst Behavior Recs last October, has been on a roll in recent months, pushing his bassy rave sound, hybridising elements of jungle, grime, dubstep and footwork into a fluorescent and futuristic package.
London and Berlin-based Italian duo Tapefeed will launch a new label, Inveterate, this month with their ‘Revolving Door’ EP.
The five-track EP comprises four original cuts of storming techno, bursting with distortion and syncopated, percussive rhythms. It also features a remix from Cocktail Party Effect.
NET GALA will make their debut on Shangai’s SVBKVLT this month ‘신파 SHINPA’ EP.
The Seoul-based artist, who is a regular DJ in the city’s Cakeshop club and member of the Shade Seoul LGTBTQ+ collective, follows their appearance on SVBKVLT's 'Cache 02' compilation with five new cuts of experimental club music inspired by their research into traditional Shinpageuk (신파극) theatre.
Cairo experimental electronic artist ABADIR will release his new album, ‘Pause/Stutter/Uh/Repeat’, via Genot Centre in July.
Using snippets of recorded speech as its primary sound source, ABADIR processes and scrambles these samples through flurries of electronic instrumentation, disjointed percussion and mind-bending FX. The result is a striking work of hi-def sound design, which intends to explore the intricacies of the human voice, and the significance that can be found in the oddities and interruptions to be found in our speech patterns.
ETRA will release a new EP, ‘Bubblegum’, this month.
The Birmingham producer follows releases on labels like Noxious Records, OSCITY and Deconstructed Recordings with three brand new cuts for 4NC¥. The producer, who’s been known to dabble in everything from UKG to d&b (or anything from 130 - 180 bpm, as his soundcloud bio puts it), takes a dive into the world of footwork-jungle fusionism on ‘Bubblegum’. With turbocharged rhythms, warped vocals and no-nonsense bass manoeuvres, this EP doesn’t mess about.
100% Silk is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month with a new compilation, ‘2nd Life Silk’.
The beloved Los Angeles DIY label, who released early works from now globally celebrated artists like Octo Octa and Fort Romeau, remains true to its policy of championing the new across this comp’s 11 tracks. Looking forward rather than back, each artist (or alias) on this release is new to the label. The resulting collection is one of bright and breezy house music, capturing the penchant for dusty bliss and hypnotic grooves.
SALOME will make her debut on Lobster Theremin this month with the ‘Fatal Glow’ EP.