Selections, a newish Canadian label is two-for-two on their releases, following up a collection of Nick Holder gems with an EP from Tobi Danton and an insane remix from Kevin Over.
Alinka, producer of the new Crosstown Rebels EP Control Transmission, is one of the most talented producers making electronic music today and she should be booked for your club, festival or pet store opening as soon as possible.
Chorus is a new label featuring Marcus Worgull's friends and fam, starting with a new EP from Ame and Innervisions' Franke Wiedemann.
The debut release from a new label showcasing the sound of electronic Tunisia.
Crosstown Rebels recruits the remixer for The Distance We Share.
Peter Croce cleans out Rocksteady Disco's attic for a 25 track bandcamp collection.
Dark electro is the best electro and Joyce Muniz has this down to a science.
The Trouble With Clive is as you would expect somewhat off-kilter and its idiosyncrasies make it that much richer.
If electro bass lines and 808 kicks until you bruise is your thing, COEO's "Habibi Dub" is gonna be your soundtrack.
Released at the height of the coronavirus pandemic Blisss builds upon Rodriguez Jr's efforts with Baobab, his previous record on Mobilee which was shortlisted by many industry folks as a record of the year. So will this one.
Le Bal Des Douaniers showcases Paul Cut's soft touch on the keys and near virtuoso work in making a selective sound palette sound as big as a discotheque and as intimate as a record playing on a turntable just for you.
Joachim Spieth's second album Tides is a masterpiece of dark ambient music, immersive on a level that operates closer to metaphysics than acoustics.
Naive is bringing some freaky creativity back to the underground and Ilana Bryne's new EP for the label, Strange Adventure, is a provocative and totally engrossing sample of their wares.