This week’s picks includes new Hidden Hawaii cuts, the first of three SPX wall shakers for Time To Express, a Lena Willikens secret weapon on Hivern, new Xosar and the latest DJ Spider LP.
The Chicago DJ and producer will unleash his debut album through the Anunnaki Cartel label next month.
The PAN artist will preview his new label endeavour with an evening of programmed music at Café OTO.
The Bristol producers continue their partnership after the Bells 12” with a two-track 12” dropping in early May.
The second album from multi-faceted Canadian producer Devon Hansen will land on the Japanese label next month.
The Paris-based producer also known as D.K. will debut on L.I.E.S. with a new album next month.
The German techno institution has actioned the remastering of Basictonalvocabulary, Balance and Force + Form.
The New York label turn to the transatlantic pair for their first 12″ releases of the year.
The unheraled work of Venetian pair Paki Zennaro and Gianni Visnadi has been uncovered by the Paris label.
The British producer will release Life Through Analogies on the Bristol label in May.
Dave Henson’s third album of savage electronics will appear on the Type label later this month.
The Death Of Rave will release The Neurobiology Of Moral Decision Making next month.
The tireless compilers will release Sounds Of The Universe: Art + Sound 2012-15 next month.
The UK grime artist will debut on R&S Records in June with a six track EP.
Maurice Fulton’s superb new album The Hydrangeas Whisper will be issued physically through Gerd Janson’s label next month.
Donato Dozzy and Neel will issue Live at MAXXI through Editions Mego in June.
The self titled set will arrive through Tadd Mullinix’s label in June.
Record by Herva, IVVVO, Gonno and Tessela, a remix EP on Semantica, Surgeon and Drexciya reissues, the new Rhythm Section International 12″ and John FM’s debut on FXHE.
The Nation affiliate will make his live debut in London next month at the Dalston venue for an event that features Not Waving and Trevor Jackson.