Rough cut screening of God Said Give 'Em Drum Machines will debut in Chicago on October 18 2019.
Techno by a duo named after the UVB-76 Russian numbers station is properly dystopian and aggressive at its best.
Tale of Us, Perturbator and Jonas Rathman channel the insane grandeur of Equinoxe Infinity, Jean-Michel Jarre's best record in a decade.
Denis Karimani aka "Remute" releases his music on exotic formats ranging from 45s to floppy disks and Sega game cartridges. Harold Heath asks: Why?
Rocksteady Disco is releasing some of the best and most important records in the scene today. Lauren Krieger talks to founder Peter Croce on the Detroit vinyl label's origins and aspirations.
Absent makes his debut on Mark Broom's Beard Man label with devastating techno artillery on the Animate EP.
Half of Floorplan with her father Robert Hood, Lyric Hood drops a grooving two track EP on M-Plant.
Louie Vega and Shlomi Aber take a shot at a stone-cold classic: Josh Wink's Sixth Sense featuring vocals by Ursual Rucker. Part of the 25th anniversary of Josh Wink's OVUM Recordings.
Raw Culture is having a moment, making music that gives the more precious lo-fi house producers a sucker punch and steals their bike.
Perpetual Rhythms is righteous in their work and the music can back it up. Taelue's Reflections album is the next big thing.
"Copa" sets the tone for the adventurous IRIS EP, coming this month on wax and next month on digital from the ridiculously on-point Ornaments.
Jason Patrick offers up four tracks of sonorous, steely and atmospheric techno, out now on DJ Hyperactive's 4 Track Recordings.