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DJ Richard: Dies Iræ Xerox

Dies Iræ Xerox is an anarchic record, not only in it’s brutalist sonics, but in its indifference to genre and disregard for consistency – compared to earlier works, it’s looser, freer and less bound by convention – but all the better for it.

DJ Richard: Path Of Ruin EP

With DJ Richard convincingly meditating on winter and its inherent melancholia. His handwriting is apparent, but never loses its verve – no matter how harsh the weather is outside.

Best Albums of 2015

From hallucinogenic ambient techno to jazz-infused electronic and bold lo-fi house groovers onto unearthly deep-house gems, these are our favourite albums of 2015.

Best Tracks of 2015

It’s this time of the year again: Best of lists are back! You hate them, right? Well, don’t be such a grinch. This best tracks list’s only purpose is to dispense a tiny dose of what’s been, once again, a brilliant year for musical creation, with plenty more than just dozens of top-notch EPs and albums.

DJ Richard: Grind

A collection of kinetic electronica on the border between house and techno, its moods and rhythms in constant flux, the product of a mind that churns like the sea…this is narrative techno, and in typical artistic form, the narrative of conflict draws us inexorably towards reconciliation.

Dial: All

After over a decade of frantic explorations, tirelessly shedding barks and shaping new sound perspectives via pared down canons, Dial is now up to celebrate its 15th birthday with a high-flying anniversary compilation soberly titled All.