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Ingleton Falls: Champagne In Mozambique

Responsible for just a pair of confidential releases between 1993 and 1994, Ingleton Falls mainly made a mark with their now highly sought-after tape, ‘Champagne In Mozambique’ – a five-track EP that Isle Of Jura first re-released back in October last year on cassette format and have now pressed onto black plastic for the first time ever.

Seekersinternational: RunComeTest EP

Bokeh Versions and No Corner describe RunComeTest as a ‘time capsule’, if that’s so, Seekersinternational have dug it up and busted it open. Arranging the decaying, unfamiliar artefacts into something totally their own.

Machine Woman

Ahead of Machine Woman’s highly anticipated live performance at our Inverted Audio curated stage “Campfire Headphase” at Farr Festival (15th July), we asked the Russian born producer to showcase her penchant for downtempo and experimental music through a special mix.

Roll The Dice talk up ‘Born To Ruin’

With the state of the world being as questionable as it is from every direction, Pardon and Mannerfelt’s newest album might as well be the reflection of what surrounds us as of late. Inverted Audio spoke to them about how important it was to take a break between albums, their process towards crafting the album and their future plans.

Capablanca

We caught up with “the label honcho with a poncho” Hugo Capablanca to find out more about his fizzy and multicolour sonic realm full of unconventional stories and now richer of a debut EP, ‘Lap Top Less Dance’.

Simo Cell

The French producer serves up an hour of intense rhythm and tempo-juggling, moving from off-kilter electronics through ruffneck junglism onto sizzling electro and tech-y pumpers.