The portuguese scfi maker Nørbak is back home after his Faktor EP from January 2019. These non clubbing days look like the perfect scenario for listening to long distance works, so here you have this brand new album to enjoy at your private soundsystem. Read More »
Temudo debuts on Klockworks with a powerful four tracker that oscillates between dancefloor-oriented tracks and a journey in his ‘inner self’. DJ and producer João Rodrigues aka Temudo stands out in the emerging Portuguese scene for his contemporary approach to techno, combining precision of sound with modern methodology, while remaining faithful to the soul of the genre. Read More »
The evolution of Andreas Tilliander’s moniker TM404 has reached its third stage. The first TM404 album was a heavily self-restricted concept album, live recorded with classic Roland machines. Read More »
Lux is Brian Eno‘s first solo album on Warp Records. It finds him expanding upon the types of themes and sonic textures that were present on such classic albums as Music For Films, Music For Airports and Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks. Eno sees it as a continuation of his ‘Music for Thinking’ project that includes Discreet Music (1975) and Neroli (1993).Read More »
Hoshin is a project from a classical trained musician from Belgium, who took his first steps in composing Ambient/Electronic in 2004. After releasing some tech-house tracks, he made a trip to Myanmar and was blown away by this incredible sonic environment. He carefully prepared himself for a second trip along with a decent recorder, memory cards and lots of batteries, in order to collect first-ear field recordings for possible use in his ambient works. 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 22nd February 2021. Thanks for your understanding and take care of yourself.
There’s much to enjoy throughout, including some dreamy ambient bliss from A Reminiscent Drive, Scan X, Frederic Galliano and Charles Webster‘s A Love From San Francisco project; a superb fusion of sixties dream-pop and Terry Riley style minimalism from Juantrip; a couple of typically jazzy Aqua Bassino joints and a solo piano cover of Garnier‘s ‘Acid Eiffel‘ by Maxence Cyrin. Read More »
Laurel Halo, Donato Dozzy and Teheran sound artist Tegh give us their Glassforms Versions alongside two new edits by Max Cooper. The works of Philip Glass are re-flected and refracted in a myriad of ways by some of the most renowned electronic artists alive, making for a blissful, multi-dimensional listening experience.
Italian composer Gadi Sassoon debuts on A Strangely Isolated Place with an experimental exploration of impossible physics; an intricate soundtrack based on newly created sounds and abstract atmospheres.Read More »
With Ousia, Joachim Spieth presents the third long player on his label Affin. The follow-up album to Tides creates imaginary spaces, translates ephemeral impressions and condenses them into cinematic soundscapes. The eight pieces illustrate an intense and emotional journey that creates expressive relationships between external and internal perceptions.Read More »
Apollo are delighted to welcome the return of Australia duo AlbrechtLa’Brooy aka Sean La’Brooy and Alex Albrecht with their blissful new album Healesville recorded in a mud-brick hut on a strawberry crop in the Melbourne countryside. Read More »
Greyscale unveils its latest long player masterpiece! Mood Series regular Altone, has had four EP’s credited to himself on the label in the past year alone. Forest Land is his first full length and it’s a deep journey with ten tracks of some of the strongest and most high-quality dub techno in the business. Read More »
We are happy to bring back in stock the three flagship albums (2xLP format) of the legendary Scotish band Boards of Canada (Warp Records) : Music Has the Right To Children, The Campfire Headphase & Tomorrow’s Harvest. Read More »
We trust you enjoyed the holiday and are ready for whatever will come our way. Let us be creative, nurture passion, a good sense of humour and remember, as Franz Kafka said, « There are things one can only achieve by a deliberate leap in the opposite direction. »Read More »