Introducing…

Panthera Krause

Panthera Krause tried showjumping, but the horse did all the work. We asked him to introduce his music.…

LOR

With support from the likes of Mano Le Tough, Âme, John Talabot and Roman Flügel, Belfast’s LOR is…

Specialivery

“Like a primeval world soundtracked in an underground techno style.” Specialivery, aka First Lieutenant Bernasconi of the Swiss Armed Forces…

Jayson Wynters

Only the third artist ever to release on Mr G’s Phoenix G label, Jayson Wynters introduces himself.…

Artifact

With releases on Madtech and Local Action, we asked eclectic UK producer Ryan Bonfield to introduce himself.…

The Element & Musumeci

“Why should you listen to us? It’s an offer you can’t refuse…” The Element & Musumeci introduce themselves…

Etcher

“These are great times for quality underground electronic music.” True-school Swedish acid from the man known only as Etcher…

Will Clarke

“The more people that listen to my music, the bigger and stronger my beard gets… everyone’s a winner, baby…

Son of Sun

“Kinda like when old 90s rap stars lose touch with what’s cool, but with a real 909.” Tyson and…

Marcel Lune

“All I can see in my peripheral vision is an expansive black void and I’m floating down into it…

Dual Shaman

“Heavy, distorted, dystopian, melodic, neo-acid…” The Transylvanian techno brothers introduce themselves.…

Rafael Cerato

“You can hear a lot of different emotions in my music, because feelings are the most important things to me…

DNGLS

Bridging the gap between Jean-Michel Jarre and Robert Hood, self-confessed modular geek DNGLS introduces his music and explains…

Avion

“I read a review and they said my music is not for the faint of heart…” Avion introduces himself.…

Mutlu San

“Deep and polyphonic structures with analogue overlays.” Mutlu San introduces himself.…

Love Over Entropy

“A lot of my tracks will be truly live-only. It’s good to have some scarcity in these days…

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