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PC Music label announces third compilation out in May

Almost six years after the label’s sophomore compilation, hyperpop pioneers PC Music have announced the release of PC Music, Vol. 3. The new full length compilation will feature twenty entries from artists on and associated with the label. These include Caroline Polachek, Clario, Charli XCX and PC Music label head

Ah, the new year. Our annual clean slate. A time to reflect on another 365 days around the sun, pick up the pieces from the year gone by and hit reset. It’s a time of looking forward to things, and if you’re anything like us it’s the prospect of new

Image: Never Normal Records From groundbreaking new work from some of electronic music’s most subversive new voices to a comeback from pioneers of the form that draws from their past, these are the releases that caught our attention this week. In no particular order, here’s what we’ve had on repeat.

Image by ​​Frank Casillo From abstract hyperpop sound collages to an unexpected dance pop take from one of techno’s icons, these are the releases that caught our attention this week. In no particular order:  Glass- Spot Explorer  Little may be known about French experimental duo Glass, but there is no

Image: Gudu In 2019, Peggy Gou unleashed Starry Night upon the world. Released via her own label Gudu as a part of the Moment EP, the minimal house track was at once effortlessly cool. With it’s melodic bass and infectious piano riff, it became a massive breakout hit for the

Image by Agata Ferrando From vintage 80’s Euro-synthwave to experimental West African IDM, these are the releases that caught our attention this week. In no particular order: Ikram Bouloum – Ha-bb 5 (EP)   As a conversation between the sounds of Bouloum’s Moroccan heritage and the aesthetics of Western electronic

Image: PAN If you are new to the work of Pan Daijing, you’re in for a trip. The Guiyang-Berlin based songwriter and, more accurately, sound artist will take you to the darkest, most uncanny parts of our lived experience and will deliver you feeling both enlightened and terrified. Daijing’s work

Image: black.round.twelve There was a time before the hour-long microbeat acid trip of Matsu that Ricardo Villalobos was busy crafting the music that would, in so many ways, shape his genre. Arguably one of the foremost pioneers in the minimal techno and micro-house scenes, the Chilean-German producer and DJ’s early

Image by Julian Buchan Hyperpop has been having an uncharacteristically sombre moment. The death of one of its most promising progenitors early in the year has left an undeniable void, and lately little can be said of the genre without acknowledging SOPHIE’s absence. What better way to restart the party

Image by Daniel Swan With each displaying their own distinct cultural influences from East Africa to Miami, these are the releases that caught our attention this week. In no particular order:  Charlie Soul Clap – Virgo’s Victory / Soul Fed (EP) As one half of the electro-funk duo Soul Clap,

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