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Jan Jelinek & Asuna: Signals Bulletin

Occupying the parallax between Berlin and Kanazawa, Jan Jelinek and Asuna set their sights on far-off stars, creating over the course of a three year period bright, celestial works whilst remaining thoroughly grounded in deeply human production.

Piska Power

Showcasing the breadth of his skills through a dizzying maelstrom of feverish percussions, bouncy 303 arpeggios and enticing bird calls captured during various field-recording excursions, Piska Powers contribution encompasses his unparalleled vision with optimal results.

Onyx: Complete Works 1981-1983

With the defunct Boston-based duo’s originals trading at indecent prices on the second-hand market, the long-overdue publication of Onyx ‘Complete Works 1981-1983’ fills a gaping hole as much as it unlatches a comprehensive view into Judd Stone and Beveur’s definitely unique mutant punk-wave universe. Stream ‘SOS’ within.

NSRD: Workshop For The Restoration Of Unfelt Feelings

Although not explicitly protest music, the very existence of NSRD was an act of defiance, their bold experimentation a franticly impassioned attempt to assert identity. Listening now, the 1980s context is not obviously apparent, but the strive for individuality comes through in amazing clarity.

In Perspective: Andrei Orlov

We caught up with an unsung herald of the contemporary kosmische and synth pop scene in the person of Moscow-based producer Andrei Orlov to lift a corner of the veil on his craft, away from current trends but close to the core of a timeless genre of electronic music that continues to be a source of fascination.

Sky Walking announce debut label compilation 41’36”

Following the release of Sky Walking’s debut self-titled album in 2014, the trio composed of Christian Naujoks, Peter M. Kersten and Richard von der Schulenburg have since been priming the launch of their record label with the announcement of a 10-track label compilation entitled 41’36” – Stream Nowerk’s (Christian Naujoks and F#X) track from the compilation ‘Clarion’ within.