Category Archives: Electronic

Martin Gore ~ The Third Chimpanzee Remixed

During the late 80s/early 90s heyday of Depeche Mode, fans waited eagerly to receive singles from their idols, because they knew remixes would follow.  While track after track made it to clubs, the side-long orchestral remix of “Enjoy the Silence”

Martin Gore ~ The Third Chimpanzee Remixed

During the late 80s/early 90s heyday of Depeche Mode, fans waited eagerly to receive singles from their idols, because they knew remixes would follow.  While track after track made it to clubs, the side-long orchestral remix of “Enjoy the Silence”

Haiku Salut ~ The Hill, The Light, The Ghost

In its early years, Haiku Salut was a cheerful electronic band, but in its middle period the band began to evolve into something new.  The group’s score for The General was more pensive and sedate than fans had expected.  With The Hill, The Light,

Haiku Salut ~ The Hill, The Light, The Ghost

In its early years, Haiku Salut was a cheerful electronic band, but in its middle period the band began to evolve into something new.  The group’s score for The General was more pensive and sedate than fans had expected.  With The Hill, The Light,

Heavenly Stems ~ Florals/Shell

Florals/Shell is a neat way to introduce a new project: two EPs, one on each side of a bright green 12″.  As a founding member of Trophy Wife, Ben Rimmer (now known as Heavenly Stems) is not entirely new, but his moniker

Heavenly Stems ~ Florals/Shell

Florals/Shell is a neat way to introduce a new project: two EPs, one on each side of a bright green 12″.  As a founding member of Trophy Wife, Ben Rimmer (now known as Heavenly Stems) is not entirely new, but his moniker

V/A ~ Tetra Hysteria Manifesto

Happy 4th anniversary to the Chinabot label, who celebrates with this collection of creative sounds from Asian artists across the board.  We’ve been enjoying the work of the label since its inception, with notable attention to Sabiwa and Neo Geodesia.

V/A ~ Tetra Hysteria Manifesto

Happy 4th anniversary to the Chinabot label, who celebrates with this collection of creative sounds from Asian artists across the board.  We’ve been enjoying the work of the label since its inception, with notable attention to Sabiwa and Neo Geodesia.

Rắn Cạp Đuôi ~ Ngủ Ngày Ngay Ngày Tận Thế

Is Ngủ Ngày Ngay Ngày Tận Thế (Sleeping Through the Apocalypse) drone, trap, future pop, experimental, industrial, electronic?  Yes, all of these.  Vietnamese band Rắn Cạp Đuôi is “thirsty for fresh combinations of sounds,” and comes through in a big way, aided

Rắn Cạp Đuôi ~ Ngủ Ngày Ngay Ngày Tận Thế

Is Ngủ Ngày Ngay Ngày Tận Thế (Sleeping Through the Apocalypse) drone, trap, future pop, experimental, industrial, electronic?  Yes, all of these.  Vietnamese band Rắn Cạp Đuôi is “thirsty for fresh combinations of sounds,” and comes through in a big way, aided

Dan Hayhurst ~ Counters

Sculpture’s audio half Dan Hayhurst goes from Critters to Counters on his newest album, preserving the sci-fi aspect while traveling into the realm of deep space.  The music sounds like an Atari lullaby for robotic children, the only ones who might survive such a voyage.

Dan Hayhurst ~ Counters

Sculpture’s audio half Dan Hayhurst goes from Critters to Counters on his newest album, preserving the sci-fi aspect while traveling into the realm of deep space.  The music sounds like an Atari lullaby for robotic children, the only ones who might survive such a voyage.

bela ~ Guidelines

One of the season’s most distinctive releases comes from bela, whose deep dive into traditional Korean Nongak music yields a distinctly non-traditional timbre.  By digging into the archives of sheet music and YouTube performances, the South Korean artist finds a wealth

bela ~ Guidelines

One of the season’s most distinctive releases comes from bela, whose deep dive into traditional Korean Nongak music yields a distinctly non-traditional timbre.  By digging into the archives of sheet music and YouTube performances, the South Korean artist finds a wealth

Koreless ~ Agor

Many will be familiar with Koreless (Lewis Roberts) from his production work on FKA Twigs’ sublime album Magdalene; the producer has also released multiple singles and an EP.  Agor is his widescreen debut, an album we suspect will head straight to the dance floors, now

Koreless ~ Agor

Many will be familiar with Koreless (Lewis Roberts) from his production work on FKA Twigs’ sublime album Magdalene; the producer has also released multiple singles and an EP.  Agor is his widescreen debut, an album we suspect will head straight to the dance floors, now