After releasing ‘Oblic/Serpenti‘ through his own Fizic imprint earlier this year, Cosmin TRG has lined up two remixes from Lucy and Minor Science. The remixes will be released
Established in 2009 by music enthusiast Dmitrij Malyšev, Neo Violence started off as a club night in Prague, which later evolved into a digital only record label. Now the imprint celebrate
Split between Kraftwerk, Tresor and OHM, Berlin Atonal is without a doubt one of the most eagerly awaited events in Berlin thanks to its forward-thinking lineup and mouthwatering series of one-off live sets and epic world premieres. Here’s a shortlist of the performances which we look very much forward to.
German producer Stefan Schneider shares his amazing experience in Kenya alongside drummer and percussionist Sven Kacirek – a journey that left him overwhelmed by the power and beauty of the local culture and gave birth to their collaboration with the mighty female-fronted band Ogoya & The Dodo Women’s Group.
After unveiling a first wave of names for their Dislocation Project which is said to focus on “exploring the collapsed relationship between periphery and centre, the shifting idea of borders, and the specificity of place”, Unsound just revealed the second part of the events’ line-up, which’ll be staggered between 2016 and 2018 all around the globe.
In 1991, Tresor raised the curtain on what can be considered as an essential benchmark for techno music: the imprint’s first release ‘X-101′ by Mike Banks, Jeff Mills and Robert Hood. To
As we still can’t enjoy the power of ubiquity, and if you’re a bit lost when looking at all the wonders on display, here’s our essential guide to Dekmantel 2016, from the most obvious picks to the perhaps lesser known greats who’ll get to mess with your body and mind for four days of sheer chill and ecstatic dancing.
The mystical bond between nature and sound has proven once again that music is not only something you hear but a physical vibration that shakes both the earth and skies in one go. Terraforma gave birth to an idyllic world free of the bourns that would impede its expansion to weave the sound and universe as one.
Having debuted earlier this year with a fast-moving, acidic-jazz inflected split courtesy of Marcello Napoletano and Richeart, London-based label Gravity Graffiti glide into hip-hop and disco realms for their sophomore release ‘Tell Me What’, featuring Japanese legend Soichi Terada and Early Sounds Recordings mainstay Whodamanny.