Unreleased Drexciya versions and a new edition of the Der Zyklus album are due on Clone’s sub-label dedicated to the work of Gerald Donald.
Brother I Prove You Wrong from the Buchla synth pioneer is due in May.
Two of the biggest names in techno have combined to release a four-track EP on Stroboscopic Artefacts.
The US producer will make his bow on the Dekmantel label next month with Surface.
The Frankfurt label look local again with Reframe set for a May release.
The Trilogy Tapes, Delsin, Dark Entries and Night Slugs to Wiley, Sven Weisemann and Metsaplice getting us through this week.
The Tel Aviv duo will debut on Hivern with Pil Sagol next month.
The Scottish techno producer’s score for a BBC physics documentary will see release on Kathexis.
Tropic of Cancer, Black Rain, Dalhous and Bremen all contribute exclusive tracks to the forthcoming I Can’t Give You The Life You Want.
The producer will release White Magick through the label next month.
The London producer resurfaces with a fourth EP for his fledging Maslo label.
The first release for Shifted’s label in 2015 will be a five-track EP by the Swedish pair.
The Factory Floor founder will make his debut solo appearance on the London label in May.
Nick Edwards pays homage to his roots on Reflekzionz.
Leftfield Belgium label Vlek will release another EP of burnt and beaten sounds by the Brussels-based artist.
Yet more essential artists added to the hulking line-up for the Dutch festival.
ESP Institute will issue two further records from the enigmatic Serbian producer next month.
Floating Points and James Holden’s collaboration with Morrocan artist Maâlem Mahmoud Guinia will surface next month.
The New Jersey artist will issue Intramuros on Skudge White next month.