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Funky Doodle: Live From Yellowknife

These three tracks are taken from a 2017 New Year’s morning performance by Funky Doodle, a one-off collaboration between James K, Draveng, and DJ Richard, at a small house somewhere in the rural Canadian town of Yellowknife. Despite the intentionally cheeky name, the music is anything but and captures an especially intimate ambient set from three masters of moody electronics.

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.