Jungle section post-acid minimalism.
Library music sampled breakbeat electro psych. Featuring Almamy.
Cyber-war martial disco.
Has-been disco from the pre-Eurotrash era.
Glacial synthpop coldwave.
Post-ambient – a wall of luminescent noise and drones.
No-wave, anti-punk screaming piece.
Doom synths and minimal wave death beat.
Harsh leftfield keyboard no wave psychedelics.
Autumnal psych folk from the British Isles.
Early coldwave and minimal industrial electronics from what would eventually become Front 242.
Exuberant ballroom disco sampling.
Acid rave maximalist electro.
Post-world music and congotronics revisionism.
Glacial post-I.D.M. electronics.
Simultaneous explorations – anti-techno leftfield maximalism.
Teenage indie pop prom kings.
Dreamy lo-fi leftfield funk proposal from Stockholm.
Post-pop maximalist sentiment.
Seventies outsider freakout psych-kraut rock.
Pysch noise background over tribal beats and hard rock feedback.
Contemporary no-wave acoustics and experimental spoken word.
Dubby soft techno and post-house.
Saturated post-coldwave synth psychedelics.
Post-glam garage spirit.
Clean breakbeat electronica remix by Siriusmo.
Paris 1978 – Minimal analog synth.
Provincial disco indeed. A remix by Pilooski in two movements.
Harsh noise and electro-acoustic multi-sensorial psych experimentations.
Minimalist bass electro.
Scheldtbeat invasion – swinging Netherlands heartbreak garage.
Leftfield 1970’s folk from communist Transylvania.
A glacial Neue Deutsche Welle take on late 1970’s New York disco and funk.
Minimalist neue Deutsche welle lullaby.
Extremist harsh noise and industrial spirit.
Delicate and dark post-chillout.
While 1980s France is marked by minimal electronic tales of alienation, another group of coldwavers are broadening the spectrum through kitsch and kawaii synths.
Leftfield minimal-spirit electro-accoustics via Malmö.
The spirit of Italian horror disco meets clean French-touch electro.
1970s French korg freakout kraut psychedelics and DIY attitude.
Motorway engine electro and post-minimal remix by It’s A Fine Line.
Serene dancy vernacular sounds from Cameroon.
When coldwave becomes leftfield: French minimal synth post-punk.
Vintage Sonic Youth psych sampling and spoken word.
Soft-spirited contemporary acid-house.
Dark electro house. Edit by Ivan Smagghe and Tim Paris.
Normandy 1980’s frigid coldwave hit.
Avant-Avant - Circa 2008, London