Djax was among the leading European labels to identify and nourish the second generation of Chicago electronic music producers in the early 1990s and that shouldn't be forgotten.
Out now on Fixed Rhythms, the Deferment EP is drenched in the rhythms of analog beat machines and the sweat of people getting high off them.
God Said Give 'Em Drum Machines takes an unflinching look at the people behind the creation of Detroit Techno. The doc is creeping toward completion.
Russian label Private Persons releases techno that sounds like an eruption in your head.
"Rave On Mars" is the best track on the new techno EP from The Southern, dropped from Prospect Records.
Occidental and Grey People anchor Deep Club's latest 12 inch, Trespass/Cop Watch and it's another revelatory experience.
Chapter 1 is out now and features "Gamma Player," "Suspense" and more tracks from Axis Records' illustrious catalog.
Jeff Rushin steps out on Speaking Of Witch, a new four track EP of warm, energetic techno released this week on ODD EVEN.
OUER's new EP on Dirt Crew is a techno/jazz/deep delight, sometimes all three at the same time, in the same track, even in the same moment.