Minor Science has announced his debut album, ‘Second Language’, which will arrive via Whities on 3rd April.
The record sees the producer, otherwise known as Angus Finlayson, explore his relationship with mother and adopted tongues, through tracks touching on electronica, musique concrete, electro, techno and alt-jazz.
Maelstrom ‘Lost Echoes (Featuring Djedjotronic)’
Datassette ‘Kestrel Manoeuvres In The Dark’
96 Back ‘Celsius Loss’
Alek Stark ‘NGC 4569’
Mikron ‘Dry Sense’
Annie Hall ‘D'un Altre Planeta’
Calum Gunn ‘Pins’
SDEM ‘Arc Rail’
96 Back ‘Knock Out (Jensen Interceptor Remix)’
Noumen ‘White Silence’
Microlith ‘Remember Members’
Elliot Adamson has remixed CHANEY's 'Little Bit More'.
Released at the back-end of 2019, Swindon-based DJ and producer CHANEY's 'Little Bit More' is a groovy Italo disco cut, oozing with '80s vibes and smoky, dancefloor atmospherics. Now, the legendary Skint Records kick off 2020 with a remix from Newcastle-based DJ and producer, Elliot Adamson.
Daft Punk asked George Michael to collaborate on the French electronic duo's 2005 album, 'Human After All'.
Justice have announced the physical release of 'Iris: A Space Opera' on Blu-ray and VHS.
Craigie Knowes sub-label Wormhole Wisdom has spent the past month reissuing works from Tampa, Florida electro artists Diode and Grumptronix.
The third and final release in the series, ‘Nightmoves #3’ drops on 16th December and features two long sought-after gems from Grumptronix’s catalogue, as well as two previously unreleased cuts.
Below, you can listen to ‘Nightmoves’, a never before heard cut produced between ‘96 and ‘97. A sizzling, futuristic electro cut with hints of Miami bass. We’re glad it’s finally out there for the world to hear.
Ex-Terrestrial evokes Autechre, Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada on his debut LP, ‘Gamma Infolded’. Hear the sizzling, technicolour electro cut, ‘Skip Ad’, now
Canadian producer Ex-Terrestrial will release his debut LP, ‘Gamma Infolded’, this Friday 15th November.
Written and recorded in Toronto and Montreal between 2017-2018, the 11-track collection is ethereal and frosty, evoking the likes of Boards of Canada, Autechre and Aphex Twin with its sizzling, glitchy rhythms and hazy, evocative melodies.
Berlin-base live electronic duo CYRK will launch their new label, Time Zero, this month a new EP, ‘Dreamscience’.
Set for release on the 21st November, the pair follow releases on labels like Vakant, Rawax and Hike Recordings with five tracks of sizzlings analogue sounds from bleep techno a lá CPU Records and Warp to Detroit electro.
‘Collateral’ on the B-side rests more on the electro side of things, with a frosty bass groove, crackling beat and some delicate melodic swells. It’s a dream. Check it out below.