Dense and dark post-minimalist techno.
Coldwave approved Gregorian chants off the 1981 Disques du Crépuscule Xmas album.
Dark echoes for a re-dub of a leftfield post-punk item.
As presented at the YSL spring woman’s ready-to-wear show, a redux version of Peter Gordon classic avant-disco hit.
Nothing but an intense wall of guitar noise.
Boards of Canada VS Coil VS those bad Ibiza chillout albums. On crack. With loud breakbeats. And tropical samples.
Spaghetti western modern elevator music.
Tropical dub re-edit of a post-punk classic by Israel’s Funk Sinatra.
German ballroom disco celebrating the Soviet spirit.
Glacial, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark type love story.
Rapidfire dirty psych indie pop.
Italo-Disco classic re-edit.
Free spirited surrealist French psychedelic improvisations.
Glammed-up, almost E.B.M.-esque remix of the original by Glagow’s Optimo.
Mutant tribal electronics with modified steel drums. Remix by Pictureplane.
Tough antipodean early sixties garage/proto punk.
Caustic industrial music from the sewers.
This has the correct proportion of actual instruments mixed in to synthetic ones. Nice baseline, great melancholy.
Things that end well in a movie from the next decade.
South American modernist jazz.
A song for indie kids to cuddle in the dying sun rays of leafy autumn weather.
Quite fun absurdist space-like lo-fi german kitsch electronics.
Sheer epicness avant-garde house dance hit. Remix by Joakim.
The dystopian story of our middle-class lives with an amazing harsh noise drop at 1min 15secs.
From Germany: gritty garage mod proto punk music with a U.S.A. west coast heartbreak influence.
French minimal electronica ode to public displays of affection. True love indeed.
Dark, dubbed up electronic shoegaze forming a heavily layered reconstructed edit of Teen Daze’s “Shine On You Crazy White Cap”.
Dancy repetitive beats with avant-garde effects.
Super disco blaxploitation sampled tune. Remix by In Flagranti.
Some very intense and engulfing mechanical drones that was presented as the opening act of Chicago’s Throbbing Gristle show.
Indescribable and amazing world music offering a hybrid of east asian traditional music with american blues structures.
The most improbable collaboration between the king of noise rock and pleasant hip 8bit-ers.
Amazing post-electroclash electro remix by Gold Chains.
Quite loud and distorted Japanese seventies psych rock with a casual harshness.
Acoustic-like psych drones.
Most epic cinematic opera things for 70’s psychedelia.
Nice delicate glitch that sounds a bit like the old experiemental Gooom label stuff.
Mutant noisy, dancy and very angry weirdness hailing from early 2000’s Montreal.
Slick post-punk British road-trip music.
Retrofuturism library music contextualisation.
Art electronic psychedelia.
Avant-Avant - Circa 2008, London