Apocalyptic random sound radio waves.
Long, dense, psychedelic synth arpeggios.
Bollywood early electronica.
Beautifully delicate ambient haunting psych-synths for eerie, early, sunny mornings.
Awesome colder-than-thou minimal electronic/colwave fetish track.
That pleasant early-90’s pop music revisited in a lo-fi format.
The late-night strumming indie rock tune.
The lo-fi melodies on 8-bit on bad analog recording and lovely keyboard.
New old-school garage rock ballad.
Remembering 1999, the year sad indie-pop broke.
Psychedelic drones for flying over mountains.
Distorded/happy cold electro.
19 minutes of psych/noise/loud guitars.
Beautiful soft, loud, and ambient drones for restless night-flights.
New York post-punk dada queens making sounds and music by any means, and instruments, possible.
Dancy disco edits.
Rainy swinging sixties California.
End of world vibrato / arpeggio hymn.
Intense and rapid burst of garage guitar harshness.
Delicate reconstructed guitars with lofi-ness.
To think that all this coldness is analog.
Tribal/military-beat influenced minimal E.B.M.
Not-quite-harsh industrial noise with spoken manifesto.
Schizoid dancy beats at the meeting point between Swiss post-punk and German minimal new wave.
Post-punk hymn of the late seventies.
Epic cold electro italo-disco for stop motion.
The quarter-life crisis 3am dance-hit (instrumental mix).
Screaming, kicking and droning garage sounds.
Sad arpegio meets vocoder in rapid autumn bursts of wind.
Tropical mutant disco-pop with a slight e.b.m. vibe.
Hip post-postpunk dancy stuff with guitars et al.
Contemplative rework/resample of a sixties unknown psychedelic gem.
Epic late-night driving odyssey.
End film credits indie-pop / sad moments.
Slow mutant disco sampled dancing.
Sad Japanese indie-pop.
Avoiding the sounds of conventional instrumentation by using toy instruments and kitchen appliances.
If motor-krautrock was made today.
Tropical disco merges with film score music and world music.
Electronic Body Music kings are always on the lookout for colder-than-cold dystopian references.
The meeting point between the new-romantics, Joe Dassin and goths? Joseph Racaille: chanteur from 1980s Montmartre.
Infamous extremist harsh noise band produce a hauntingly captivating track.
Delicate, catchy samplings in time for the last snowfall.
Avant-Avant - Circa 2008, London