A new release on Paul Blackford’s Militant Science imprint always catches our attention. This time it’s from US producer Ali Berger.
Our debut CD EP is now available. Five tracks of electro on a deep/bass tip by the rising talent that is Phat Chex.
Quite frankly, this is brutal and essential material from Void Tactical Media’s Dimentia.
Supersonic Festival, Brimingham’s premier experimental music splurge, is now celebrating its 10th year, and as a taster for the upcoming festival, decided to take over Corsica Studios for a night of oppressive, bass-heavy monstrosities.
Our man Laica intercepts long lost radio transmissions from Marconi’s Shipwreck via Erstlaub, incoming soon on Broken20.
Sturqen records a 38 minute deep, excursion into pure electronics for the Acousmatics/Mathematics podcast mix series.
Stripping the work of the much loved and cult figure of Scott Walker right back to its core
The Irish electro producer DeFeKT offers up a free, get-it-whilst-you-can, recent hardware jam.
Laica reviews Komabase, Tanz Organelle & Romplex’s EP First Path, out now on Zoda Records.
Tonight in London it is Darkfloor Live w/ Inigo Kennedy & Phat Chex, and the Distant EP launch party.
Tonight, August 3rd, Darkfloor Live is very happy to present techno heavyweight Inigo Kennedy and the dynamic Phat Chex. As ever it will be a loud, intimate and free evening of forward thinking techno, electro and bass.
Fancy an unreleased deep electro roller from Germany’s Dr Schmidt? Yea thought you might.
Local duo Ontal step up to close the HappyNovisad Stage at this years EXIT festival.
A rare and recent recording from TR-101 aka DJ Pete (Substance) and Sleeparchive.
Previews for the new EP for London’s Yellow Machines have hit the net from Serbia’s Boris Noiz. And they are sounding essential.
Our favourite Portuguese abstract technoid noise duo Sturqen offer up a brand new slab of brutalist electronic filth for public consumption: Toxinas. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Presenting 8 tracks of slow grind, anti-beat drone, ‘Synthetic Vision’ by Alphaxone is pretty damn good.
Scotland’s Acre Recordings have released a summer comp bringing together some choice cuts from their respectable and rich in sound palette label thus far.
DVNT, the man behind Darkfloor and Mantis Radio serves up over an hour of bass rich electronics for the mind and floor.
The one they call Surgeon doesn’t do studio mixes very often so when they come along they should be cherised; or rinsed out of the nearest hifi you can find
The excellent Drexciya Research project just published an interview with Kim Karli, who was part of Dopplereffekt from ’94 to ’97.
A long long time ago in a galaxy far far away the BBC amongst others made documentaries about Jungle music. Now only a few ancient relics exist about this behemoth of the British underground music scene.
Taking things into a deeper technoid headspace is where this ‘hidden faces‘ mix from Rookas ventures.
A new mix from Blackmass Plastics is always going to turn a few heads, and this, his latest, is no different.
We review EDMX’s Cerebus release for Power Vacuum.
This Friday July 6th we are very pleased to present our continuing series of intimate and loud sound at Darkfloor Live. Featuring Flint Kids (live) and Second Line
a two track work of sublime and richly calm dark ambience from Finnish producer Jari Pitkänen
Download Surgeon’s remix of Teenage Lightning by COIL – an influential and personal group to the British techno stalwart.
One hundred and fourteen minutes of dark, intense, heavy electronics for the head and dance-pit from Subkoks.
From the studio of a producer who you’ll be hearing a lot more of in the not too distant future: vacated; comes this hard headspace hue of sound.
Reviewed, Advanced Human’s ‘Boiler EP’ for Starkstrom Schallplatten feat. Inigo Kennedy, Raiz, and Forward Strategy Group.
Wilki’s mix ‘Still Waters Run Deep’ is beautifully programmed with a deep flow to proceedings… one them “journey”‘ things you hear people go glossy eyed over…
Hardware infested heavy electro stomp jammers Western Panorama Recordings let loose. It’s a three track EP from label boss Jon E Alpha.
Rob Dunstone reviews the bass music filled, self titled EP from Exposia.
Scottish electro producer Galaxian, recorded live at Acroplane Belfast
Our boy Ravelston (Rob Dunstone) reviews the world of Laurel Halo’s ‘Quarantine’ on Hyperdub.
We review Kryptic Minds heavyweight two tracker for Pinch’s Tectonic Recordings – Askum / When Two Paths Cross