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Actress: 88

“What’s actually very cheeky about ’88’ is that it’s impractical, absorbing and comparatively unhinged” Abruptly announced, concealed behind a secret password, and packaged in an odd-sized
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OL

Since 2014, the standard-bearers of electronic music in Russia have been Gost Zvuk. As the tongue-in-cheek “state standards for sound” name suggests, the youthful minds behind
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OL: SORM

OL’s latest 10″ on Gost Instrument delivers six tracks that nosedive into futuristic blazing digi dub, broken hip-hop beats and electronica.

David Elimelech

A crisp sun-filled side street and ginger tea awaited for the first meeting with David Elimelech. Not a name immediately familiar to those outside Tel Aviv
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Serwed: Serwed II

‘Serwed II’ is tactile without ever being overly aggressive or unlistenable and its vivid rhythmic contours propel you in every direction.

Shed: Oderbruch

Whilst the atypical sonics of Shed and related pseudonyms can be easily identified, his new album ‘Oderbruch’ on Ostgut Ton makes for a paradox.

Georgia: One Mind

YOUTH welcome obscure NY-based duo Georgia to the label, reinforcing the unconventional inclination of electronic music production that Andrew Lyster has set out to uncover.

Luke Slater opens up about the mind, body and soul of ‘Plantae’

To celebrate the release of Planetary Assault Systems latest double extended player on Ostgut Ton, Luke Hawkins sat down with Luke Slater after his 90 minute live performance at Berghain for an in-depth conversation about the mind, body and soul of ‘Plantae’. Photography by Tom Durston.