An ambient gem from Gaussian Curve, another classic from Floating Points and the debut album from Marco Shuttle feature among the week’s essential records.
The first release of 2015 from the Paris label will come from the unheralded Japanese artist.
The Bug, Mumdance, Logos & Shapednoise, Powell, TCF and more have been added to the Berlin festival next year.
Full details of the label’s conceptual release themed around the work of Giganta and Broshuda emerge.
The tireless work of Josh Cheon continues with a rerelease of some rare and out of print Detroit electro.
Dutch label Field will release the enigmatic producer’s first album entitled I Look Upon Nature While I Live in a Steel City.
The obscure Italian collective introduce a new name to their ranks described as “one of the heads”.
The Dutch artist will issue GMMDI, a fourth record through the London label in February.
The Giegling associate will issue a new album through Delsin next month.
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The new label will focus on “futuristic physical club music” and kicks off with a two-track single from Untold himself.
The Chicago label will launch the series with records from 2AM/FM and Two Dogs In A House.
Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti will release an album of reinterpretations of Chris & Cosey tracks from the ’80s and ’90′s in February.
Sacha Mambo and Guillaume des Bois will issue their debut album through their own Macadam Mambo label in February.
The Bristol label will release a cassette compilation featuring all its releases to date together with a mix from Kahn & Neek.
A double helping from PAN, killer house from Delroy Edwards, techno from Shifted and more featured in the week’s best releases.
The Dutch producer will release an album of electronic music inspired by The X-Files.
The Mood Hut trio will release the Mind Miniatures mini LP through the South London label next year.
We contacted the Canadian pairing of Rich Oddie and David Foster about the upcoming Future Ready EP due for release next month.