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Since debuting two years ago Acting Press has become one of the most talked about record labels in the underground realm. Today we are happy to bring you a new mix from label co-founder C3D-E, bringing a taste of his deeper-than-deep record collection with a mix which moves on the trippy-sleazy-pumping ’90s axis.

Rebellion in Music: Galaxian talks up his new EP for Foul-Up

Eager to find out more about Galaxian’s unique vision and new Blowback EP on Foul-Up, we sat back with Glasgow-based producer Mark Kastner to discuss his views on politics and society, art of secretiveness and how music can change things from within. Stream the breaks-heavy ‘Forget About It’ within.

Objekt: Objekt #4

Both tracks introduce themselves eagerly, like a knock at the door followed by “can you come out and play?” In response, you can’t help but hurriedly pull on a pair of trainers and fly outside with laces flapping in the wind.

Zenker Brothers look back at 10 years of Ilian Tape

With the release of their new compilation – A Decade Ilian Tape – featuring artists from past, present…or just stopping by (Hi, “Seelow”) – the Zenker Brothers have provided Inverted Audio with an excellent primer of the label’s catalogue.

Complete Walkthru: Social Security

After a gargantuan first try on Vancouver’s 1080p, Max McFerren returns as Complete Walkthru for a pyrotechnic session with the equally non-didactic ‘Social Security’, a second ten-track album released today via the New Yorker’s newly-launched eponymous label. Stream + Free DL of ‘Ya Gonna Die’ within.

DJ bwin

With their debut split about to drop via First Second Label, the timing felt ideal to invite Leipzig-via-Hamburg duo DJ bwin over for a little mixing session. The result defies gravity with its intense mashup of old school hip-hop, convulsive breakbeat, hi-NRG house and screwed electronics.

DJ Normal 4 + Luca Lozano

DJ Normal 4 + Luca Lozano unleash gusty hails of fast-hitting drums, catchy hooks and shredding breaks all wrapped in one, geared to smashing up the most milk-warm dancefloors out there.

Demdike Stare: Wonderland

More than anything in their catalogue, Wonderland is rooted in the history of dance music, taking rhythms, grooves and structures from across the club spectrum. These beats however, have been mangled, tangled and twisted into weird new shapes.