Katavist (real name Luka Höfler) tickles the ear with timbres and melodies in xenharmonic scales and likes to inspire a minds eye landscape for the listener to..(read more)
A graceful, yet precarious dance through the weightless slipstream of orbital flotsam and jetsam. The core trio of Richard Scott (analogue synthesizer and elect..(read more)
Composer/musician (1989, Reykjavík, Iceland) who lives in Amsterdam. Electronic music influenced by renaissance music, techno and levenslied/Schlager.
Ruben Braeken and Melle Kromhout released this tape in 2016, continuing the fleshy series with cover images reminding of meat, but (I think) none of them are re..(read more)
This limited vinyl offers music, sounds and noises from the Arab World: Propaganda music by political groups and clans, psychedelic Arabic Rock from the late 19..(read more)
This tape label, run by Ignace de Bruyn, always comes up with extraordinary packaging. This one is supposed to be a monkey – or would it be a monkey bat p..(read more)
A breath-taking new release on a 3″ CD by Schaefer, accompanied by a 16-page A3-poster magazine from this label’s beautifully designed Epilogue seri..(read more)
I recently rediscovered this little gem from 2004. No idea what the film was about (the cover says it was a short film by Julien Fonfrède and Karim Hussain) bu..(read more)