Search and Hit Enter

Myn

Myn lays down a gutsy hour-long audio trip, enveloping us in a pitch-black nightly scenario where hammering techno rubs shoulders with droney acid whorls, unhinged industrial, trap-infused hardcore and freewheeling Italo out the fiercest Giallo club sequence.

Maelstrom

Maelstrom drops the hammer down badman style, gracing us with a helluva hour-long sonic trip. Spanning from old-school classics (Dopplereffekt, The Hacker…) to present-time sweat-inducers (Norwell, Morphology, Hermeth…), it’s an angry tsunami of paced up electro madness, untamed acid and wild machine funk that’s heading over. Prepare for impact.

Tala Drum Corps

Showing off his knack for carving out lushly nuanced, immersive alien ambiences, Tala Drum Corps lays down a mix full of post-nu agey ’90s synthetic lustre, oddball ambient house dynamics and further leftfield acid divagations.

In The Studio with Franz Scala

To coincide with the release of the seventh and eight edition of the Italian Dance Wave Disco compilation, we paid a visit to Franz Scala’s studio situated within the Sameheads Studio complex in the heart of Neukölln in Berlin to learn more about his record label and studio antics.

Don’t DJ

Ahead of Under The Desert Stars, a unique experimental music event taking place within the alien landscape of the Moroccan desert between 27 – 29 September, Don’t DJ serves up over an hour of eerie, mystique-imbued groove eclecticism, ranging from spaced-out techno to sweat-inducing dancehall, through traditional Middle-Eastern rhythms and other downtempo oddities. Lock in and dream away.

Nachtdigital Mint

After 21 years of hard graft and non-stop determination, 2019 marked the last ever edition of Nachtdigital. We took the opportunity to visually capture some of the key moments and commemorate Nachtdigital Mint.

/ 8

Under The Desert Stars

Dancing under the myriad stars of the North African skies, soundtracked by legends of ambient techno; the premise of Under The Desert Stars reads like a utopian dream. Yet, between 27 – 29 September, Dutch promoter Isotoop and Moroccan record label Tikita join forces to bring this dream to life.

Learn More

review

Barker: Utility

Ostgut Ton follow up their release of Barker’s sterling ‘Debiasing’ EP with an album brim-filled with rich and organic masterpieces that shun industrial stereotypes and elude categorisation.

Lerosa: Bucket of Eggs

‘Bucket Of Eggs’ LP reaffirms the consistently unconventional process and sounds that Lerosa has perfected in the past decade and continues to surprise with consistently remarkable results.

Raw Ambassador: Body Control

With prior excursions on the likes of Mannequin, Smashing Tape Records and Natural Sciences under his Antonio alias, Raw Ambassador’s sound is consistently saturated with gritty attitude despite shifting structures. Body Control is no exception, offering up seven tracks of grinding EBM and pneumatic industrial.

Blanck Mass: Animated Violence Mild

Animated Violence Mild reflects upon our paradoxically tormented zeitgeist like nothing else; Power performing what may certainly be his very best solo piece to date.

Flying Lotus: Flamagra

This music is full of synaptic electricity, it fizzes with floods of ideas, fidgety, unable to sit still, but simultaneously at peace with itself. FlyLo’s music is decentered, intra-weaving, and laterally combines a myriad of codes, the sonic equivalent of a negative dialectic, Lotus’s compositions simultaneously thump and confound.

Imaginary Softwoods: Gold Fiction Loop Garden

Three years after its initial release, ‘Gold Fiction Loop Garden’ finally receives a widespread release via Field Records – the perfect soundtrack to a day spent foraging for mushrooms.

E-Saggila: My World My Way

Everything about ‘My World My Way’ oozes power, personality, and a massive “fuck you” attitude: you’re in E-Saggila’s world now, and her rule is absolute.

feature

In The Studio with Franz Scala

To coincide with the release of the seventh and eight edition of the Italian Dance Wave Disco compilation, we paid a visit to Franz Scala’s studio situated within the Sameheads Studio complex in the heart of Neukölln in Berlin to learn more about his record label and studio antics.

/ 8

Inside Fold - A film by Rebecca Salvadori

Inverted Audio are proud to present "Inside Fold" - a film directed by Rebecca Salvadori capturing the elusive and ephemeral wonder of FOLD. Salvadori's film offers a unique vision into contemporary club culture, exploring the intimacy between ravers and the invaluable team behind the venue.

Watch Film

visual

Music Video: HTRK – Venus In Leo

HTRK have released a mesmerising music video, directed by Nathan Corbin and Tony Lowe, for the title track of their fourth studio album ‘Venus In Leo’.

Music Video: DJ これからの緊急災害 – K-Hole with Fergie

Inaugurating his cryptic new DJ これからの緊急災害 moniker with a much awaited debut tape for Barcelona’s Planetaria Soundsystem, Julian treats us to a drastic change of pace and style, which you can get a glimpse of with today’s premiere of ‘K-Hole with Fergie’, a bonus cut coming with a vividly-coloured, fun-loving video.

Music Video: Private Agenda – Aura

Just a few days away from the release of their much anticipated debut full-length for Lo Recordings, ‘Île de Reve’, we’re proud to present the premiere of the music video for the equally elegant and catchy single ‘Aura’.

Music Video: Cosmo Vitelli – Kuldip

A longstanding figure of the French underground, Cosmo Vitelli pays tribute to the 1970’s BBC series “Gangsters” in his music video for ‘Kuldip’ directed by Marco Dos Santos.

Music Video: Objekt – Dazzle Anew

Following the release of Objekt’s second album ‘Cocoon Crush’ in November, which we ranked #4 in our Best Albums Of 2018, today TJ Hertz shares a music video for ‘Dazzle Anew’ directed by Joji Koyama.

The Trilogy Tapes Store NYC

We take a look back at the now closed pop-up The Trilogy Tapes Store in New York. Click on for a video and photos of the store.

Explore TTT Store NYC

Privacy Preference Center

Necessary

Advertising

Analytics

Our website uses tracking software to monitor our visitors to understand how they use it. We use software provided by Google Analytics, which use cookies to track visitor usage. This software will save a cookie to your computer’s hard drive to track and monitor your engagement and use of the website, and to help identify you on future visits. It will not store, save or collect personal information.

google-analytics,

Other