“… I take a lot of inspiration from solitude in nature […] the environment is crucial, much more so than being in a perfect recording studio…”

Ital Tek


“… expansive and elegant, neatly balanced between light and dark, grace and brutality…”

An impressive album from a favourite Brighton-based electronic musician exploring the perception of time and the perfect equilibrium between the outer edges of the sound spectrum.

OZMOTIC | Fennesz


“… an expansive sonic architecture, balancing exquisite composition with space for improvisation…”

A new collaborative record of expansive pseudo-orchestral movements wrapped in electronic microsound and glitch.

Caterina Barbieri

Spirit Exit

… musical vortexes rewiring time and space […] standing alone in its ecstatic intensity and cataclysmic emotional impact…

The Italian electronic music composer showcases expert modular manipulations on her brand-new independent label. A retroactive addition to Best of 2022 selections.


Low Flying Owls

“… as delicate as it is restless, the breadth of instrumentation and influences comes to life across the sonic space and printed page…”

One of the label’s most ambitious releases to date, featuring a collective of seven like-minded musicians distilling the sound into a single cohesive aesthetic.

“… [I like] introducing new elements to a sample, giving it a whole new character and making it sound old and tired or completely removed from what it originally was…”

Bruno Sanfilippo

Ver Sacrum

“… an emotional journey through the many notions of humanity…”

Don’t miss out on this magnum opus from this Barcelona-based Argentinian composer!

William Ryan Fritch


“… a dark, cataclysmic, and post-apocalyptic music, in all the right ways…”

The first in a three-album series reflecting on the many calamitous water crises affecting life on this planet.



“… combining sound design with musical form, cultivating an entirely new world within each sonic piece […] listening to Sinter makes not only my ears and brain happy but also my heart…”

Uwe Zahn’s entry for Mathias Van Eecloo’s laaps project, which is now in its 3rd year of releases.

“… I really enjoy working with organic sources of audio, finding or recording sounds, which I then start heavily processing in unusual ways…”

James Murray

Careful Now

“… a radiant, soft-focused work of wide-eyed romanticism and childlike innocence…”

London-based composer’s first solo release since 2019, back on Ian Hawgood’s celebrated Home Normal label

“… I’ve always been interested in what gives a piece of music emotional content, which for me derives from harmony as well as melody…”