First transmission of 2017 from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs/12″s and LP, with notes in the margins. James Shaw, the artist known as Sigha, we’re told (blurb), ‘has always placed the listener at a centrifugal point that invites a clandestine hypnosis rather than an abject hysteria.’ Cheers for that, James. Be that as it may, a kind of […]
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Latest in a series of emissions from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs/12″s and LPs with notes in the margins. Stroboscopic Artefacts‘ updates its Monad series with Monad XXIII, as Charlotte Isabelle ‘deliver a uniquely organic electronic music that seems as if it has been finely aged for years in oak barrels rather than residing on a computer’s hard drive.’ The French duo pursue […]
Latest emission from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs, 12″s & LPs with notes in the margins. First Italy, where Dino Sabatini has launched the Outis Opera sub-series with a first album since Shaman’s Paths (‘view here), from which Omonimo notably departs; as much on a downtempo and trip-hop tip as on an Italian deep techno template of the type co-designed inter alii with […]
Latest in a series of emissions from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs, 12″s & LPs with notes in the margins. Beginning in Berlin, Milton Bradley (having dallied with Alien Rain) and DoNotResistTheBeat! are back with a reissue (The Unheard Voice, first heard on Prologue) and a debut LP, Tragedy of Truth, Patrick Radomski, man behind MB, cementing his credentials for ‘dystopian […]
Shlømo’s (not to be confused with Shlohmo) Avadon is one ambitious EP comprised of two tracks and one remix. “Avadon (Part 1)” is a remarkable 6 minute piece that, ironically, leads to the 7-minute “Avadon (Part 2)” which manages to outdo the first part by bringing the icy atmosphere to the forefront finding similarities with […]
Latest in a series of postcards from Techno’s Twilight Zone of 12″/EPs and LPs with notes in the margins. Listen to select tracks via Soundcloud at bottom of article. First Paris, whence French techno maverick Terence Fixmer dials in his first full-length in five years Depth Charged on CLR. Something of an old hand by now, he […]