Preserved Sound is an independent record label based in Hebden Bridge, UK. Our philosophy is simple – to release limited edition, hand-assembled albums by contemporary classical, acoustic-ambient and instrumental artists. Read More »
With productions dating back to 1994, James Bernard has gained a cult following for his combination of atmospheric analog beats and modular synthesizers. Read More »
Silent Season have carried the music of Submersion and Mon0 independently before, but now the dub techno producers have teamed up to take their sound onto new plains of exploration. Read More »
We’re closing the Shop in Lyon and the office for a week to enjoy some winter vacation. Orders placed in the meantime will be shipped on our return on Monday 4th March.
Nicolas Jaar returns to his archives for 3LP collection Nymphs, released with R&S Records sub-label Apollo.
The collection brings together music from the EPs Don’t Break My Love (a.k.a Nymphs I), Nymphs II, and Nymphs III, recorded between 2011 and 2015 and released via Jaar‘s Other People label. Read More »
Joachim Nordwall celebrates twenty years of his most excellent Ideal Recordings label with this triple LP bursting with a whopping 19 exclusive tracks from the absolute cream of underground noise/electronics/avant/drone/skewed techno and beyond. Read More »
36’s music is often associated with and influenced by the futuristic, cyberpunk side of ambient music. His ability to transport and portray new worlds evident through his 2016 album for ASIP, The Infinity Room, or any of his self-released works. Read More »
Here’s a special treat for vinyl lovers !
We’re delighted to announce the release of LIGAND Remixes today together with a special pack for our avid collectors, as usual, we give away the digital version with each purchase. This vinyl EP edition is limited to 303 copies. Read More »
Part 1 presents 4 deep techno excursions featuring Edit Select, Teste, Amandra, Antonio Ruscito, Amotik and Claudio PRC.
Part 2 of the Ascend remix series features Matrixxman & Cleric versions of the classic cut. Read More »