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Elise Massoni

Paris-based DJ and producer Elise Massoni steps up to deliver our 339th podcast, weaving together a rumbling club focused set of experimental electronics, mind-jarring techno and
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Actress: 88

“What’s actually very cheeky about ’88’ is that it’s impractical, absorbing and comparatively unhinged” Abruptly announced, concealed behind a secret password, and packaged in an odd-sized
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Black Point

Black Point seemingly arrived out of nowhere in 2015 with an EP of broken and wonky club tracks on Lowtec’s low-key imprint, Out To Lunch. Two
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Luke Vibert: Modern Rave

“Vibert isn’t content with regurgitating formulas and paradigms: his productions contain an abundance of originality and detail” Over the last three decades, Luke Vibert has been
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Patricia: Maxyboy

“Maxyboy is an emotionally cohesive project, much of which has a melancholy tinge” An early exponent of the dust-coated house that rose to prominence a few
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Sugar

In recent years, Copenhagen has enjoyed international acclaim for the high speed, trance-infused techno that has been bolting out of the Danish underground. Following his debut
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Nathan Fake: Blizzards

Nathan Fake’s latest album ‘Blizzards’ sees a return to a more familiar template, away from the dense textures of ‘Providence’ towards the nervous energy of ‘Steam Days’.

Earth Trax: LP1

Earth Trax debut album ‘LP1’ on Shall Not Fade is a sizeable effort, often hypnotising, sometimes stellar, but mostly thought-inducing.

His Master’s Voice

Ahead of our sixth and final residency at Zur Klappe on Saturday 8 February, we lift the veil on our headliner His Master’s Voice, inviting the
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Best Albums of 2019

Over the past 12 months we have overindulged in a vast array of consistently on-point long players from artists both new and old. As with tradition we have compiled what we believe to be the best albums of 2019.

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