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  1. Solveig getting lit, no literally

    Tracks: June 18th, 2018

    June 18, 2018  |  Tracks  |  Comments (0)

    Sólveig Matthildur of Kaelan Mikla picks some of her favourite new sounds from her native Iceland!


  2. snog

    We Have a Commentary: Snog, “Buy Me… I’ll ...

    June 17, 2018  |  We Have a Technical  |  Comments (1)

    On this month’s bonus podcast, we talk the ups and downs of Snog’s “Buy Me… I’ll Change Your Life”


  3. podblotz

    Observer: Pod Blotz & Deadframe

    June 15, 2018  |  Observer  |  Comments (0)

    Capsule reviews to finish out the week, with Pod Blotz and Deadframe.


  4. Alphaxone - Edge of Solitude

    Alphaxone, “Edge of Solitude”

    June 13, 2018  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    A slightly brighter dark ambient release from Alphaxone casts an impassive eye towards outer space.


  5. autoclav11splint

    Autoclav1.1, “Makeshift Splint”

    June 12, 2018  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Tony Young’s IDM/technoid project engages with daily life and the systems it comprises on its new LP.


  6. Ashbury Heights

    Tracks: June 11th, 2018

    June 11, 2018  |  Tracks  |  Comments (0)

    New music from Need For Speed, Ashbury Heights, Cellar Graves, XISIX, Dead Voices On Air, and Pod Blotz.


  7. Roya - Hive

    Observer: Kali Jugend & Roya

    June 8, 2018  |  Album Reviews, Observer  |  Comments (0)

    Short-form reviews of new works from Kali Jugend and Roya.


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    We Have a Technical 211: Shirt

    June 7, 2018  |  We Have a Technical  |  Comments (0)

    This week we chat two pretty different records from two German projects, Destroid and Love is Colder Than Death!


  9. Lycia

    Replicas: Lycia, “Bleak – Vane”

    June 6, 2018  |  Replicas  |  Comments (0)

    The sole album from what was originally a Lycia side-project comes to Bandcamp in its 2009 remastered form.


  10. Visitor - Expat

    Visitor, “Expat”

    June 5, 2018  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Visitor offer solidly executed (and solidly funky) dark electro on their debut.