If Hamburg-based imprint The Press Group concentrated its first shots around the bouncy house multiverse of main engineer Rupert Marnie, the label was yet to introduce the rest
Hot on the heels of Betonkust and Innershade’s homage EP to the Belgian new beat scene, ‘Forever In Boccaccio’, Crimes Of The Future returns with its second instalment of the year, ‘Morning Bells’, a killer 12″ single courtesy of Italo legends N.O.I.A., Rubicon and Rude 66 + a stunning revamp from label co-founder Timothy J Fairplay himself.
Caffeine’s second outing on Third Try Records further migrates to deeper sonic territories. We caught up with Dylan to find out more about his influences and what keeps him going on a daily basis, as he opens up on the difficulties of making it in Los Angeles, urgency in creation and the ideal of tolerance in rave culture. Listen to SFV Acid’s remix within.
Clocking in at number 275 in our podcast series, S.O.N.S lays down one of his trademark Homeric audio voyages – vibrantly alive and luxuriously designed. Traversing a variety of moods and tempi, in turns earthly and heavenly, intricate and streamlined, the present mix provides a proper riveting panoramic view into S.O.N.S kaleidoscopic domains.
From self-published experiments to an EP on Will Bankhead’s always one step-ahead Trilogy Tapes label last year, Moscow’s Buttechno moved mountains to establish a sound both odd and familiar. On his latest for Zodiac 44, the misfit techno alchemist wakes up Luca Lozano and Johanna Knutsson’s dormant offshoot from its deep slumber with some apposite greasy 4/4 mechanics and off-axis acid drives.