German vocal artist Mik Quantius summons a one-man parallel universe with just his own throat and an ill-sounding keyboard. He’s the krautrock Beefheart..
Mixes a wide range of styles, slow ambient vignettes, elegiac passages, psychedelic techno and trip hop movements, finishing with weird pop bossa nova.
Finally! Gestalt, the new album by the ever fresh duo from Rotterdam, full of lovely spacey casio pop tunes all their own. Success guaranteed on your retro psyc..(read more)
This was the debut in 1999 of the brothers Laurent and Nicolas Baudoux, coinciding with a rising popularity of bleepy scratchy electro-avant-pop at the time, mo..(read more)
Mysteriously enough, a little miracle of retro-futurist bliss that is only known in select circles: Dion Woestenburg’s swirling psychedelic pop that bring..(read more)
Their ambitious come-back album from 2008, in our opinion highly underrated. Every song hits, and is so very much SPARKS. Their pleasantly neurotic high-energy ..(read more)
In autumn 2013, the formaldehyd elektronaut Felix Kubin and the incredibly flanging big band Mitch & Mitch joined forces in their studios in Warsaw and Hamb..(read more)
Gular Flutter, Blectum's first album in four years, is as indebted to her veterinary studies as it is to her collaboration with Blechdom. The title refers ..(read more)
The last album for this computermusic group with music from their early years (1998-2000). With edits and unlikely moments spanning a number of live performance..(read more)