Fresh off the drop of the second volume in his ‘Holiday in Panikstrasse’ diptych for Malka Tuti, Benjamin joined us for an in-depth chat, covering topics as diverse as his relationship with Berlin and Paris, his beginnings in the so-called industry and the evolution of DJing over the last decade.
Glasgow based Invisible Inc. celebrate their twentieth release with a proper labour of love. Not content with just compiling a selection of excellent other worldly cosmic variations, Invisible have pulled together an impressive roster of musicians including Laraaji, Malcolm Cecil (as Tonto’s Expanding Head Band), K. Leimer and Richard Bone.
Born out of his love for cinematography and the exploration of mystique-shrouded sonics, Voin Oruwu is the new project of Ukrainian producer Dmitriy Avksentiev, formerly known as Koloah. Built as
After seven years of radio silence, Zodiac Free Arts Club awakens from its slumber with ‘Structures + Codes’, out today on Hivern Discs’ offshoot HVNX. We caught up with Argy to discuss his love for the art of Xenakis, creative process and the Argy/ZFAC dichotomy. Stream the mesmerising ‘Metachimie’ inside.
Still working wonders when associated with ’80s tribute films and series such as the acclaimed TV-show ‘Stranger Things’ – as underlined by Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon’s award-winning OST, this multi-hued mix of cosmic keyboard music and sci-fi indebted imagery is at the heart of Charlie Gerszewski’s short film for Mr. Eff’s ‘Midnight Predator’, which we’re glad to present today.
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.
Budapest’s Norwell champions a sound that defies the laws of gravity. Calibrated to high-accuracy standards, his propulsive blends of kosmische and time-honoured Detroit electro have seen Balázs