Halffish : Good Screen, Bad Screen [self-released]

“This EP was an attempt to fight off the contradiction of living in the Screen during both working and creative time. Intended primarily for live performance, these tracks contain themes regarding the (often futile) fight against the domination of the Screen of our personal and professional lives.”

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Format: 4 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC
Released: 4 Dec 2020
Style: Minimal, Electro, Deep House

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420 Uncommonlove : Acid heart, sweet world [Self-released]

“Comparto parte de mi trabajo personal, recopilando experiencias de la noche under de montevideo antes de la cuarentena, combinando un fetiche por los sonidos acid combinados con elementos tech y house.
Siempre promoviendo la cultura underground de la región.”

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Format: 7 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 17 Nov 2020
Style: Acid House, Electro

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Heniac : Angor [JUNTED057]

Tracklist:

1. Angor 04:41
2. Crawlspace 03:51
3. Forkwound (ft Marshall Applewhite) 03:44
4. Fortify 04:34
5. East Pacific 03:53

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Format: 5 x File, EP, MP3, 320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 6 Nov 2020
Style: Electro, Detroit Techno

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LFH : Discovery [DDD086]

“Introducing the Low Frequency Humanoid (LFH), a new side project from Ben Evans aka The Droid. This debut 4 track EP presents a juxtaposition towards his usual electro style as The Droid. Showcasing a more groovy house/techno flavour of music.”

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Format: 4 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 2 Oct 2020
Style: Techno, Electro

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Lvcchesi : Guanti [Self-released]

“I got to work with my old broken synths and drums machines, trying to stay clear of cliche and and played out rhythms. I tried to keep the sound of my studio in tact too – given that it was designed with more of an ambient/avant-garde bent it isn’t particularly well suited to this style of things.

All things considered, I think this came out pretty well. There are six (admittedly quite similar) tracks which all sound original enough and interesting enough to share.

I’m happy that the sound of these records is clearly still that of my studio, and the character of that has managed to stay in tact, and that there were relatively few compromises during the whole process.

I’ve probably used most of the gear in my studio, but I think the key elements to the sounds were made using the following: Korg Polysix, Akai MPC 4000 (vocal samples), TC Electronics Fireworks, Toft ATC-2, Vermona DRM1 mkIII, DigiTech RDS 1900, Waldorf MicroWave XT, Novation DrumStation, Yamaha TX81Z, and an eclectic mix of guitar pedals. Oh, and the ART Pro VLA II on the master. Also while not usually being one for VSTs, I did try a demo of some Lexicon reverbs which I found to be wonderful – even if they stressed out the old Mac.”

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Format: 6 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC
Released: 1 Oct 2020
Style: Electro, Industrial, Experimental

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Marie Wilhelmine Anders : Andersworld Remixes [BRQ133]

Andersworld, the Broque debut of Marie Wilhelmine Anders, is already an extremely multi-faceted work of art, which combines club music, storytelling and a curious approach to classical and electronic instruments in a virtuoso way, resulting in an album that always rests harmoniously in itself. As if the influences and facets weren’t diverse enough, the follow-up Andersworld Remix album takes that to the next level: across eleven remixes, eight artists stemming from a close yet extended circle of friends sharpen the electronic and club-oriented dimension of Maries songs. The first half dozen of tunes emphasise the straight bassdrum, leading to such fantastic dark dub techno dramas such as the dark yet euphoric Max Cavalerra remix of ‘Escape At Bedtime’. In a similar direction heads Tis alias Synthese, who reworks both ‘High (The Wind)’ and ‘Playing Instruments’ into fairly elegiac tunes driven by dubby grooves. Marie’s voice and piano dabs enliven Rene Wright’s remix in between techno and house, while US-based Jonathan Santarelli and Stefan Kranz transform ‘Summer Sun’ respectively ‘Keepsake Mill’ into dreamy yet deep trance epics. Finally, Mar io, Max Cavalerra, Rikaar and the wonderful Morgen Wurde get more experimental and created floating ambient tunes, where in particular the latter turns Marie’s voice with the help of time stretching and much love for the detail into a beguiling ambient drama for eternity. To describe our new release as a mere remix collection would be pure understatement: held together by Marie’s outstanding source material and Thomas Lutz‘ cover art, Andersworld Remixes represents a collective piece of art, which further deepens as well as broadens Maries original invention that is the Andersworld.”

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Format: 11 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps
Released: 1 Oct 2020
Style: Ambient, Techno, Electro, Deep Techno

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Secret Shower : Autumnal Equinox [JUNTED056]

Tracklist:
1. Lopp 04:48
2. 6 Moves 04:21
3. Get Here Soon 05:36
4. I’ll Come Over 03:54
5. Hexensabbat 04:11
6. Old Number 04:42

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Format: 6 x File, EP, MP3, 320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 22 Sep 2020
Style: Detroit Techno, Electro

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OHTNA : Milky Way EP [CHI029]

“After multiple projects and experiences in various groups of various genres, he launches alone in 2018 under his project OHTNA project which he decides to realize following his travels after a stop in a festival of electronic music, more specifically the Dub-techno and the Micro.”

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Format: 2 x File, Single, MP3, 320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 21 Aug 2020
Style: Tech House, Electro

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Smok : Brain Damage [M039]

“Who is behind this curious musical project called SMOK? It is a question I made to myself a couple of years ago after listening to a collab between Andrés and Nicolás (a.k.a Slang). Time has passed and I have discovered that this curiousity comes from Andrés, who is music studious and part of the new generation of producers from Quinta Región. Brain Damage is the result of his curiosity. Accelerated beats, bass drums, violent boxes and acid basses; a sharp chaos which is tidied up within mysterious and obscure melodies. An album that brings me back to the 90’s and spotting strong influences of the electro, such as Underground Resistance, Drexciya, Aux88, or Radioactive Man, among others. Nineties reminiscence that mixes technological advance and that succeeds in locating us nowadays, thus giving life to an album which treasures the origins of the electro-techno, but at the same time adapts perfectly to the present.”

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Format: 4 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC
Released: 8 Jul 2020
Style: Electro, Techno, Acid

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Various : State Of Mind Part. 1 [AC 044]

1. Erell Ranson – Catching The Butterflies 06:07
2. Aura 1 – Quasaric Reaction 05:39
3. G-Prod – Molecular Vibes 06:30
4. Nimä Skill x Trelania Mump – Solar Flares Destroying Electronics 09:28

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Format: 4 x File, Compilation, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 1 May 2020
Style: Electro, Detroit Techno, Chicago House

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