Lovers of electronica, modern classical, and solo piano music alike follow Richter’s releases and gobble them up with their ears.

James Murray & Mike Lazarev

Suññatā

“… where fragile tones appear to hang in an infinite amount of space…”

Following last year’s reworking of ‘Living Treasure’ James Murray and Mike Lazarev present a collection of post-classical compositions woven into delicate ambient textures

“…I find it very useful to invite people to the studio, to listen ‘through their ears’… even without saying a word, you can tell if a piece works or not just by listening together with someone…”

Constantine Skourlis

Eternal Recurrence

“… delving into the abyss that is the human psyche and its inevitable dualistic nature of beauty and of violence…”

I want to call this genre “cinesonic” for its ability to trick the mind into a kinetic journey through imagined space. Recommended for fans of dynamic, physical, and psychological music.

Clark

Daniel Isn’t Real

“… a dark and euphoric dreamscape that evokes both rapture and dread…”

Chris Clark’s soundtrack for Adam Egypt Mortimer‘s psychological horror released on the revered classical Deutsche Grammophon label.

Subheim

Vertigo

“… a soundtrack to your reclusive walks, preferably through dark and dingy alleys, abandoned subways, and corroded ducts…”

Jasmine Guffond & Erik K Skodvin

The Burrow

…[T]he most beautiful thing about my burrow is the stillness. Of course, that is deceptive. At any moment it may be shattered and then all will be over. For the time being, however, the silence is with me.

— Franz Kafka

A companion mix to “Micro Record Label: A love letter for music fans; a how-to for the hopeless; a light-hearted, humorous, self-deprecating detour for the uninterested.”

ASC

Pattern Recognition

“… a type of ‘grey area techno’ that falls somewhere between atmospheric wonderings, intergalactic space travel, and post-apocalyptical crawl…”

In this mysterious and deliciously dark space, your mind meets face to face with angst and anger. Endorphins fire. Dopamine’s released. And you relax among the cradling rhythm that carries you in peace into the void.

Quiet Places

Volume 1

“There’s many things about this place that I find unusual. One of the things I find fascinating is how quiet it gets. It’s the quietest place…”

A brand new project from Dennis White, Charlie May, and Dave Gardner that will take you on a journey to the early days of electronica and chill out…

“… we like to try to make acoustic instruments sound like they are electronic and electronic instruments sound like they are acoustic…”

Echo Collective

The See Within

“… achingly beautiful and mournfully devastating…”

The Echo Collective breaks out with their debut release of all original material, echoing not just the past encounters and moments, but in its very essence, the present moment which goes on.

Aukai

Game Trails

“… the sense of nature is in every piece, and from that comes a sense of calm…”

Markus Sieber takes us on a journey through his inner world, inspired by traversing pathways left by animals in their nomadic quest.

Luke Vibert

Luke Vibert presents Amen Andrews

“… I suppose you could call it futuristic retro…”

Luke Vibert dusts off his collection of samples, chops up the famous Amen break, and turns up the bass for a trip down the memory lane, in an upgraded, massive album.

Alva Noto

Xerrox Vol.4

… a kind of a journey… perhaps an inner exploration…

After five years, Carsten Nicolai returns with the fourth volume in the Xerrox series, released on his very own Noton imprint.

Gastón Arévalo

Terrain

“… a rich soundtrack set amongst nature… “

Gastón Arévalo debuts on A Strangely Isolated Place with an exploratory themed album told through the lens of an expedition diary.

Christine Ott

Chimères (pour ondes Martenot)

“… a cosmic journey with cinematographic colours…”

A unique album, entirely composed for and performed on an early electronic instrument, Ondes Martenot, by one of its renown virtuoso players.

The Flashbulb

Our Simulacra

“… incredibly emotional, while at the same time playful, and most importantly intelligent flavour of electronic music…”

A new album from Benn Jordan to keep your neurons excited and your soul reminded that all of the world is a simulation!