Shaped by the electronic music underground of Miami and LA, Nala steps out with her new label Mi Domina, exploring "the marriage between punk inspiration, badass women and dance music."
Automatic is Smartbar resident Jeff Derringer's first recorded output in four years, a time which coincided with an economic conflagration, pandemic outbreak and the general meltdown of just about everything that once seem solid and certain.
An 8 track album of whirling and sometimes psychedelic ambient techno "recorded to tape" thirty years ago debuts on cassette from Apartment Records.
Hi8tus is an appropriate title for the full-length from Deeptrax and a producer known for exceptionally high quality and deeply influential techno discography.
Fantastic Man works a sinister, gnarly bassline on a new four track EP from your favorite Techno Cultists.
Fireground, a duo from Naples drop a mesmerizing techno EP on Tresor.
Chicago noise corps called Bootleg Contraband collect nine energizing tracks for a new album.
Crâne de Poule emerges on Integrity with a spellbinding EP, weaving classical and jazz influences in and out of brisk techno beats.
The second release from Chateau Chepere is possibly the most anti-commercial record you'll find in the racks this month: a 4 track, double 12 inch from Something Records' STL.
An auspicious premiere for this techno documentary of "mismanaged success, damaged friendships, ascendant beats & raw inspiration" in 1980s Detroit.
Following up on Year of the Living Dead, John Tejada's Sleepwalker is another terse commentary on life in pandemic times.
Exquisitely produced techno & electronica on this album from Davide Tonini via Detroit Underground.