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Deeat Palace: Deeat Palace

Fresh off an excellent split of AFX-indebted electro and chopped-and-screwed rap courtesy of Crave and Lieu Noir, Parisian label Mind Records returns with Deeat Palace’s self-titled debut, serving up a pair of blustery mind-benders, harnessing the power of convulsive noise strata and rogue synth waves rising from the abysses. Not for the faint of heart.

Species of Fishes envelop the expanse for Newtype Rhythms

On top of contributing a mix to our partner radio show Newtype Rhythms, we asked Species of Fishes to have a chat, talking about how the reissue of their 1996 album ‘Trip Trap’ came about, the story behind the beginnings of the project and where they see the landscape of electronic music today.

Music Video: Shinoby – Celestial Bliss

Continuing his ventures into the darkest fringes of techno and industrial, Shinoby recently released his debut album ‘Celestial Bliss’ via his own platform Istheway. Today the Italian producer is back with a special 2-minute trailer directed by YouTube’s fantasie rav.

Interstellar Funk

With a forthcoming North and South American tour on the horizon, Interstellar Funk won’t have much downtime this summer. Before he jets off, Olf recorded this killer mix for us and answered a few questions.

Fit For Purpose: Shawn O’Sullivan talks up his debut LP on Avian as 400PPM

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, there’s very little chances your ears are still virgin from Shawn O’Sullivan’s shape-shifting modular techno and primal synth eruptions. We caught up with Shawn to discuss his multi-faceted self, creative process and inspirational figures.

Various Artists: Moon Rock Volume 4

Moon Rock Volume 4 is possibly the best chill out compilation you can get that is also committed to vinyl. Eternally comfortable to just slip into, it befits chilly early mornings as much as it does a hazy afternoon.

Ashes To Ashes: Verge talks up debut EP for Avian ‘Emblematic Ruin’

Avian are on the cusp of releasing their next instalment, an eight-track drone/dark ambient affair courtesy of Irish newcomer Andre Gough aka Verge. Titled ‘Emblematic Ruin’, Gough’s debut makes for a compelling break from 4/4 functionality and other beaconed, trussed-up audio terrains.