Thu, 3 Jan 2019
More than just a funny title, this track—actually a rejected remix of "unnamed source material"—shows off the more precise, dance floor-oriented side of Cindy Li, though it's still suffused with her signature warmth and melody.
Sat, 29 Dec 2018
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The opening track from Australian producer Reptant's new 12-inch on D. Tiffany's label is a fluffy cloud of ethereal acid—until it comes crashing down to earth with a deadly bassline.
Fri, 4 Jan 2019
An inspired collaboration that leads to just the kind of groovy but off-centre—and in this case, subtly acid-informed—house music you'd hope for.
Wed, 16 Jan 2019
Tommy Four Seven takes on the EBM group with a battering ram remix. Distorted kick drums and flattened snares, bursts of white noise, the occasional moment of terror—this one has it all.
Tense, high-drama techno in typically excellent Peder Mannerfelt style. You can download it for free.
Fri, 28 Dec 2018
This sweet acid lullaby is off the Mexico City producer's forthcoming split with Parisian newcomer Soul Edifice, the tenth 12-inch in the Acid Avengers series.
Wed, 9 Jan 2019
Gorgeous, gliding breakbeat from a promising Irish producer who is releasing the next EP on Dublin's First Second Label—and trust us, it's definitely worth sticking past the breakdown on this one.
Just in time for the weekend, Horse Meat Disco teases their first release of 2019 with this infectious disco party-starter featuring the powerhouse vocals of Amy Douglas.