Juno Daily

Music and tech news, interviews, features, reviews and more.

Visit Juno Daily

100% Secure Shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Secure Shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Visit Juno DJ

today only
My Language
My Currency
Your wishlist is empty
Items in wishlist:
Recently added:
Your cart is empty
:
Recently added:
View cart
Home  Bestsellers  Experimental / Electronic  Experimental / Electronic  This Week


Show titles sold

Experimental/Electronic charts

Bestselling Experimental/Electronic vinyl
Items 1 to 50 of 500 on page 1 of 10
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  »
The Other Maria
Cat: AX 114. Rel: 02 Jun 23
The Dance Rebellion Starts (8:46)
The Other Maria (5:35)
Freder's Reality Switch (5:35)
Review: As Jeff Mills returns to his third deepest obsession after 909s and UFOs, he presents an addendum to his renewed Metropolis Metropolis soundtrack which doubles down on three of the themes and gives them a different framework through the lens of a 12". This is still the more cinematic end of the Millsian spectrum, but there's some intensity which may well be of use to the more dramatic or daring techno DJ. 'The Dance Rebellion Starts' is plenty loopy and disorienting, full of interwoven, clangorous patterns which should stay nicely in time if you get them locked in the mix. 'The Other Maria' might well be the star of the show though, a nightmarish, ever-building drone piece with some half-time percussion stalking around the edges for guidance. 'Freder's Reality Switch' completes the picture with a slightly more stable synths n' strings piece, but there's still that innate sense of otherness Mills always threads into his work.
Read more
 in stock HK$128.12
Habe Ich Gewonnen?
Habe Ich Gewonnen? (12" in die-cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: GIEGLING 29. Rel: 06 Jun 23
Ice Bear (6:28)
Habe Ich Gewonen (0:59)
La Petite Mort (7:24)
In Reverence (12:37)
Review: .
Read more
 in stock HK$111.82
The Fairfield Four: UK Broadcast 1975
The Fairfield Four: UK Broadcast 1975 (limited gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BAU 016LP. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Klingklang (6:15)
Tongebirge (4:34)
Tanzmusik (7:42)
Ruckzuck (8:37)
Prolog Im Himmel/Kometenmelodie 1 (5:24)
Die Sonne, Der Mond, Die Sterne (2:30)
Kometenmelodie 2 (7:32)
Mitternacht/Showroom Dummies (11:19)
Autobahn (17:31)
 in stock HK$201.30
BBC Radio Croydon 1975
Cat: ICONICVR 006. Rel: 31 May 23
Kling Klang (6:41)
Tongebirge (3:53)
Tanzmusik (7:48)
Ruckzuck (8:39)
Die Sonne Der Monde Die Sterne (6:53)
Kometenmelodie (6:06)
Showroom Dummies (5:17)
Autobahn (8:44)
Review: Kraftwerk's 1975 performance at Fairfield Hall in Croydon is the stuff of legend. Finally it is available as a high quality audio pressing that allows you to relive all its glorious futurism. The show was broadcast on radio as part of a short tour of the UK that came after the release of the German computer music pioneer's hugely popular Autobahn. It features tracks from that album as well as 'Die Sonne, Der Mond, Die Sterne' and 'Showroom Dummies.' A real piece of electronic music history that will spice up any collection.
Read more
 in stock HK$185.00
Night At The Four Winds Bar Maldoror
Night At The Four Winds Bar Maldoror (limited red & black merge vinyl LP in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: DOAR XII. Rel: 25 May 23
Track 1 (19:35)
Track 2 (22:58)
Review: Several new reissues of Current 93's music come via Cashen's Gap, the home imprint of said industrial supergroup - which infamously includes musical iconoclast David Tibet among its ranks. Night At The Four Winds Bar Maldoror is one of their albums, released in 2023 - it's a complete reworking of their 1986 album Live At Bar Maldoror, with the original album playing forwards in the right-hand channel and backwards in the left-hand channel. Its 15 tracks explore themes of death, apocalypse and transcendence, using a mix of industrial, folk and ambient sounds. Don't miss it, as it's one of the band's many curiosities, and is a star example of what made the band so lauded as among Britain's weirdest acts in the 80s and 90s.
Read more
! low stock HK$186.95
Imagine This Is A High Dimensional Space Of All Possibilities
Cat: 56 BCLP. Rel: 30 Mar 23
You Are In A Clearing (2:47)
Contains Multitudes (9:13)
Common Land (5:31)
Trust Your Feet (6:54)
The Missing Key (3:39)
In The End You'll Know (6:22)
Continuous Revolution (5:55)
Four Ways Down The Valley (3:47)
Worlds Collide Mountains Form (3:43)
The Answer Is Yes (7:11)
Infinite Fadeout (4:18)
You Can Never Go Back (6:00)
Review: Electronic music production deity James Holden returns with a circling back to his dance music roots, following a brief detour into jazz with his last album 'The Animal Spirits'. Building on an increasingly otherworldly set of inspiration - which he's gradually entertained as his career has marched on - this new LP 'Imagine' playfully dissects the possibilities of dance music from the perspective of an alternate reality. Buzzing leads, detuned leads, and international flavours evoke a modern take on sounds espoused first by the likes of Amorphous Androgynous or Charanjit Singh.
Read more
 in stock HK$223.64
Ylang Ylang EP
Cat: FKJ 004V. Rel: 27 Aug 20
Earthquake (2:44)
Risk (with Bas) (3:57)
Ylang Ylang (3:28)
Brother (3:28)
100 Roses (4:09)
10 Years Ago (3:20)
Review: Vincent Fenton's FKJ project has been a delight to melt away in since first appearing some time back in 2013. His body of work has been measured but meaningful since then, with just his self-titled album to his name aside from a scattered selection of singles. The last we heard from the French artist was the Ylang Ylang EP, released in 2019 digitally on Mom + Pop. Given the EP's warm reception, FKJ has decided to put out a vinyl edition himself, and truth be told his smoky, soulful blend is perfectly suited to wax.
Read more
 in stock HK$109.77
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
Read more
 in stock HK$189.10
Pollent Part III
Cat: TIMEDANCE 027. Rel: 31 May 23
Leven Lever Liver Love (5:09)
Higher Higher Dawn (4:11)
Y Y Y MY (3:37)
Ark Specific (4:18)
Bullet Time (feat Older Brother) (5:20)
Review: Metrist closes doesn't a trilogy of EPs on Timedance with this third and final offering of Pollen. It is another meticulously well-crafted mix of intelligent synth design and hi-fidelity sound with inventive techno rhythms. 'Leven Lever Liver Love' opens with a hint of IDM and poppy synth madness. 'Higher Higher Dawn' is another brain-cleansing cut with a freaky vocal adding a human touch. 'Y Y Y MY' then layers up loopy sounds to melt the mind in a hyper-real fashion and 'Ark Specific' again pairs floating rhythmic airiness with bass weight and thrillingly fresh melodies. 'Bullet Time' (feat Older Brother) is a dystopian way to end this forward-thinking EP.
Read more
 in stock HK$111.82
El Pulso De La Madera (remastered)
Cat: GLOSSY 013. Rel: 26 May 23
Radio Tarifa (4:56)
El Secreto De Las 12 (6:46)
Luna (3:03)
Zoo Zulu (4:41)
Juana Y Rosalia (1:48)
Hybla (5:28)
Managua (3:52)
Bahia De Los Genoveses (9:01)
El Viento Mece Los Juncos (9:52)
La Costa De Le Muerte (2:26)
Petroleo, Petroleo (1:49)
Las Reglas De La Regata (3:55)
El Viaje De Iradier (6:10)
Alma Ata (4:50)
Los Restos De Naufragio (2:35)
Pulso De La Madera (3:30)
Geosinclinal (Fragmento) (4:49)
Played by: Manu Archeo
 in stock HK$292.63
Music Has The Right To Children
Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 18 Oct 13
Wildlife Analysis
An Eagle In Your Mind
The Color Of The Fire
Telephasic Workshop
Triangles & Rhombuses
Turqoise Hexagon Sun
Kaini Industries
Rue The Whirl
Pete Standing Alone
Smokes Quantity
Open The Light
One Very Important Thought
Review: Widely regarded as Boards of Canada's finest hour, Music Has The Right To Children finds itself the subject of a well-deserved 2LP gatefold reissue from Warp Records. One of the most defining records of what was known for better or worse as IDM still sounds as timeless as it did in 1998, as the library tones of "Wildlife Analysis", thick downtempo rhythms of "Roygbiv" and out of focus melodies of "Olson" prove. Essential!
Read more
 in stock HK$182.95
Floral Shoppe
Floral Shoppe (LP repress)
Cat: OESB 92. Rel: 19 May 23
Track 1 (2:31)
Track 2 (5:19)
Track 3 (2:32)
Track 4 (2:01)
Track 5 (3:28)
Track 6 (4:47)
Track 7 (5:37)
Track 8 (1:50)
Track 9 (1:31)
Track 10 (0:53)
Track 11 (1:36)
Tags: Dub
 in stock HK$252.04
Oscuras Flores
Oscuras Flores (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DENLP 369. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Ritua (3:14)
Salome (5:36)
Portal (5:11)
Yaga (5:35)
Lament (3:04)
Relics (5:23)
Trigolosvar (6:22)
Invictus (3:10)
 in stock HK$186.95
Music For Hippies (feat Dunkeltier/Khidja mixes)
De Fabriek - "Lullabye" (10:38)
De Fabriek - "Lullabye" (Dunkeltier 'Hey Robot' mix) (7:29)
Dunkeltier - "Tik Tok Goes The Clock" (7:25)
De Fabriek - "Come Down" (13:31)
De Fabriek - "Come Down" (Khidja 5AM mix) (13:14)
Review: Platform 23's latest release sees them offer up a partial reissue of 'Music For Hippies', an impossible-to-find 1988 cassette from Dutch experimentalists De Febriek. What's an offer is a mix of original tracks and fresh remixes. In the former category you'll find 'Lullabye', a spacey, dubbed-out chunk of new wave/post-punk/cosmic funk fusion full of intergalactic synth sounds, rubbery bass, bluesy guitar solos and trippy vocals, and an edited version of the epic 'Come Down', a more atmospheric, but no less dubbed-out affair that combines layered ambient noise, rocket-launch sonics and a hushed, hypnotic groove. Bahnstag 23 contributor Dunkeltier provides two takes on 'Lullabye', a throbbing, druggy new wave mix and a total re-make. Completing the package is a fiendishly low-slung, dark and mind-altering '5am Mix' of 'Come Down' courtesy of Khidja.
Read more
 in stock HK$166.66
Journey To The Core
Journey To The Core (limited LP)
Cat: PRS 07. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Count 2 30 (6:47)
Pool (8:26)
Sandel (7:11)
Journey To The Core (6:48)
0 Room For 1 (4:35)
Glad To Be Here (4:44)
Dissolve In Sugar (5:27)
 in stock HK$150.46
Turning Japanese: The Nakano Sun Plaza Radio Broadcast
Intro (2:01)
Numbers (1:13)
Computer World (4:56)
Computer Love (5:40)
Home Computer (4:50)
Showroom Dummies (5:43)
Neon Lights (8:04)
Trans-Europe Express (10:23)
The Robots (6:08)
Review: Recorded in 1981, Turning Japanese captures Kraftwerk at the absolute height of their creative dominance, but sometime before their true induction into the household name superstar category of artists. Still representing a very forward thinking, boundary pushing and - as a result - specialist sound, this nine-track live recording feels like yesterday's tomorrow.
Opening with a stunning neo-classical synth overture, we're then taken on a journey through the mind of the man machine, an industrial yet somehow strangely human proto-electro world that is defined by order and structure, while still allowing for enough funk and groove to make sure feet, hips and more move seemingly of their own volition. Perhaps not the most insightful take on the pioneering German band - nothing here that hasn't been said before - nevertheless we hope it goes someway to describing how precise, refined and overwhelmingly infectious they can be on stage.
Read more
 in stock HK$126.07
Meant Like This
Meant Like This (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TTT 100. Rel: 01 Jun 23
The Goblin Has Fallen In Love (3:25)
Leg It (3:58)
Spicy Pipes (5:30)
Chirrup (2:59)
Hevvy (4:07)
The Defiance (5:26)
Vivz Portal (4:22)
Off For Spots (4:43)
Borjormi Spring (4:22)
Ladbroke (6:50)
Review: Lukid & Tapes combine their scuzzy sounds once more as Rezzett for this new and sonically fucked up outing on The Trilogy tapes. It's lo-fi music full of perfect imperfections and dusty sound sources, cruddy rhythms and distant cosmic noise that sounds both as if dug up from under many layers of ancient soil but also somehow sent back from the future. It is now a decade since this pair made their first outing but their sound remains fascinatingly original. For loose genre references, imagine breakbeat hardcore, 90s jungle, granular Detroit techno and raw Chicago house all chucked into a blender.
Read more
Played by: Marco Gallerani
 in stock HK$262.28
Great Aleph Lies Dreaming
Great Aleph Lies Dreaming (limited coloured vinyl LP in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: DOAR X. Rel: 25 May 23
Track 1 (12:57)
Track 2 (10:40)
Track 3 (15:58)
Track 4 (5:45)
Review: Anyone who has watched the documentary 'The Sound Of Progress' will know how truly bonkers Current 93 were, and presumably still are. The British experimental group are currently in the process of either reissuing or reinterpreting several of their former LPs and live shows - one of these being Great Aleph Lies Dreaming. This LP is a so-called "ReDreaming" of their 2009 album Aleph At Hallucinatory Mountain, and by and large contains an increasingly weird and effected sound compared to the more straightforward original - in turn drew on tropes ranging from the apocalypse to doom metal and stoner rock.
Read more
 in stock HK$186.95
Syro (tri-fold 3xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 247. Rel: 18 Sep 14
Minipops 67 (Source Field mix)
XMAS EVET10 (Thanaton 3 mix)
Produk 29
4 Bit 9D Api E 6
Circlont6a (Syrobonkus mix)
Fz Pseudotimestretch E 3
Circlont14 (Shrymoming mix)
Syro U473t8 E (Piezoluminescence mix)
Papat4 (Pineal mix)
S950tx16wasr10 (Earth Portal mix)
Review: It's rare that an electronic album is the biggest album of the year, or at least the most hyped. That's certainly the case with Syro, Richard D James first official release under his Aphex Twin moniker for some 13 years. So, is it in any good? For starters, it sounds like an Aphex Twin album. Listen through to the 12 tracks, and many of his familiar staples are present - the "Digeridoo" era rave breakbeats, the mangled synth-funk mash-ups, the intoxicating ambient-era melodies, the warped basslines and the skittish drill & bass style rhythms. There's madness, beauty and intensity in spades. In other words, it's an Aphex Twin album, and - as so many have pointed out since the album's release was announced - there's no-one else quite like Richard D James.
Read more
Tags: IDM
 in stock HK$215.45
Moderat (gatefold LP)
Cat: BPITCHCTRL 200. Rel: 28 May 09
A New Error
Rusty Nails
Slow Match (feat Paul St Hilaire)
3 Minutes Of
Nasty Silence
Sick With It (feat Delle aka Eased From Seeed)
Les Grandes Marches
Nr 22
Out Of Sight
 in stock HK$150.46
Ran Bouten
Ran Bouten (LP + insert)
Cat: CONATALA 004. Rel: 25 May 22
Ran (5:20)
Umi, Weed (4:04)
Track 3 (4:01)
Fiction (5:22)
Gekko (4:37)
Tom No Yume (5:00)
Densh-Uta (1:42)
Bouten (3:58)
! low stock HK$195.05
94 Blossom
94 Blossom (1-sided 12")
Cat: AR 024. Rel: 05 May 23
94 Blossom (11:54)
Review: Guy J was making prog house way before it came back into fashion and likely will be doing way after it has passed through the hype cycle and out the other side. What that means is you get a certain quality from his work and that's evident again here. '94 Blossom' is his new one-sided 12" and is as broody and grandiose as you can imagine. The drums set the tone, rolling deep over a pulsing bassline with suspensory pads up top. The melodies eventually take over and sweep up to an infinite cosmos, leaving you looking on in awe.
Read more
 in stock HK$115.92
Crush (LP + insert)
Cat: ZEN 259. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Falaise (1:30)
Last Bloom (1:30)
Anasickmodular (1:30)
Requiem For CS70 & Strings (1:30)
Karakul (1:30)
LesAlpx (1:30)
Bias (1:30)
Environments (1:30)
Birth (1:30)
Sea-watch (1:30)
Apoptose (part 1) (1:30)
Apoptose (part 2) (1:30)
Review: A new album from Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points is always cause for celebration, but even by his standards "Crush" is rather special. Largely eschewing the ambient jazz soundscape shuffle of 2017's "Reflections - Mojave Desert", it sees the Shepherd showcase his musical dexterity in stunning fashion via cuts that wrap shimmering neo-classical strings around what sound like modular electronics and rhythms that variously touch on broken beat, off-kilter experimental D&B and Autechre-style IDM. Of course there are ambient and experimental soundscapes showcased, but it's the fact that the album contains a swathe of formidably dancefloor-focused cuts in the style that first made him standout that pleases us most. Highlights include recent single "LesAlpx", the dreamy "Anasickmodular" and the "People's Potential" style deep house intricacy of "Last Bloom".
Read more
 in stock HK$186.95
Tomorrow's Harvest
Tomorrow's Harvest (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 257. Rel: 07 Jun 13
Reach For The Dead
White Cyclosa
Jacquard Causeway
Cold Earth
Transmisiones Ferox
Sick Times
Palace Posy
Split Your Infinities
Nothing Is Real
New Seeds
Come To Dust
Semena Mertvykh
Review: Given that it's been eight years since the last Boards of Canada album, Tomorrow's Harvest should, by rights, push Daft Punk's Random Access Memories in the hype stakes. Certainly, it's a fine set. During their sabbatical, Marcus Eoin and Michael Sandison have lost none of their power to amaze and impress. Chords drone, samples hiss, synths shimmer and beats swing. There are intense ambient moments and intoxicating, post-IDM dreamscapes. It is in turns icy, warm, introspective and blindingly picturesque. Throughout, Tomorrow's Harvest is impeccably atmospheric, conjuring images of windswept Scottish moors, becalmed Cornish bays and maudlin pagan ceremonies. As comeback records go, it's pretty darn good.
Read more
 in stock HK$182.95
Cat: TEXT 036LP. Rel: 07 Jul 15
Morning Side (20:11)
Evening Side (19:38)
Review: Keiran Hebden rarely does things by halves, though it's still surprising to find that Morning/Evening, his eighth full-length, consists of two contrasting 20-minute explorations, each inspired by a time of day. "Morning" is, as you may expect, warm, bright and evocative, with intoxicating Eastern vocals, dreamy chords and various bursts of melodious instrumentation riding a rolling, jazz-flecked, soft touch deep house groove. It is, of course, intensely beautiful. Hebden largely disposes of the beats entirely on "Evening", delivering 15 minutes of picturesque electronic melodies and sunset-friendly ambience, before introducing a jazz-flecked house rhythm for the final five minutes. It, too, is a thing of great beauty
Read more
 in stock HK$150.46
Paradise Crick
Paradise Crick (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: RVNGNL 93. Rel: 25 May 23
Bendin' In (3:38)
Map To Here (3:38)
River Turns Woodley (For Frogman) (3:38)
Fire Keplo (3:38)
Crick Dynamo (3:38)
Tilth Dusk Drains (3:38)
Tilth Dawn Rustles (1:42)
Mercy Lowlands (2:52)
Paradise Pass (4:43)
Stars Hangin' Shallow (2:55)
Backdrif (2:38)
Crick Foam (1:19)
Evenin' Out (1:59)
Review: There's clearly something in the water in Colorado: a hotbed for alternative electronic tones. The obvious answer would be all the weed the place is now famous for, but we prefer to think it's the stunning and seemingly-never ending natural landscape that hits you the moment you look up. No stranger to music making, local one M. Sage presents his latest interpretation of those surrounds, with Paradise Crick a deep dive into sounds at once manmade and natural. A gentile trip through floating noises and hypnotic fragments of time, it's blissful, instantly captivating stuff, quickly locating the part of the brain that makes you feel immersed and making itself at home. Meandering through the lot feels like time well spent, outside, listening to babbling brooks and gazing out on lakes reflecting beams of sunlight back into the world.

Read more
 in stock HK$152.51
Cat: TO 123. Rel: 18 May 23
Clearing/Elemental/Ahl Al Samaa/Lifter
Save This Manual For The Future/Sit Still/All That Is Sometimes Not Considered
 in stock HK$126.07
Incunabula (reissue)
Incunabula (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 17R. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Kalpol Introl (3:18)
Bike (8:01)
Autriche (6:50)
Bronchus 2 (3:30)
Basscadet (5:21)
Eggshell (9:00)
Doctrine (7:49)
Maetl (6:33)
Windwind (11:13)
Lowride (7:09)
444 (8:45)
Review: It's hard to over-emphasize the impact made by Autechre's debut album, Incunabla, on its initial release back in 1993. While they'd ruffled a few feathers already with their 1991 debut 12" - an explosion of off-kilter hardcore and techno - the album was an altogether different beast: a collection of timeless "intelligent dance music" numbers that skillfully fused far-sighted, Motor City electronics, teak-tough drums, metallic percussion hits, spacey ambience, and the kind of intense, off-kilter computer rhythms that would later become their trademark. Should you need persuading of its enduring brilliance, check out the feral thrust of "Basscadet", the bubbly, intergalactic hum of "Windwind", and the icy snap of "Autriche".
Read more
 in stock HK$199.25
Agartha (CD)
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 176. Rel: 24 May 23
Abyss I
Subterranean Life
Ceremony Of The Dead
Floating Against Time
Abyss II
 in stock HK$103.72
Dreams In Splattered Lines
Cat: DISC 20. Rel: 25 May 23
Car Wash Two (With Short Hands) (2:24)
Radio Box (Excerpt) (3:02)
Plus Warning (3:30)
Engaged Withdrawal (2:49)
Exploding Time (0:29)
My Whole Life (2:02)
The Museums We Carry (3:47)
Pointerstare (2:31)
Comforts Of The Mind (4:16)
In Society (3:01)
Find You (vocal) (3:01)
Days Decay (2:53)
Dreams In Shattered Time (3:05)
Review: Nothing hits quite like a dose of that raw Midwestern noise Wolf Eyes are capable of conjuring. Nate Young's troublesome project has shirked popular consensus for 25 years now, following its own gutter-dwelling logic into ever slimier surroundings. Of course not everything along such a path is perfect, but when the noise hits right, it's majestic. On Dreams In Splattered Lines, released on the ever-excellent Disciples label, Young and fellow Michigan miscreant Jonny Olson are on superlative form, wreaking some tangible brilliance out of scattershot chaos. Just listen to 'Plus Warning' and you'll understand - this is Wolf Eyes at their best.
Read more
 in stock HK$158.56
Death By Tickling
Death By Tickling (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ST 1. Rel: 18 Apr 23
The Blue Sun (3:45)
Asterids (Enter Life) (1:30)
Five Butterflies (3:09)
Deliver The Soul (2:19)
Final Spasm (3:47)
Love Songs (1:20)
Opium Vibration (4:12)
Shattered (2:00)
Serotonin (2:55)
The Eleventh Voyage (6:31)
Review: Death by Tickling is a masterfully intricate new collaborative album from Scotch Rolex and Shackleton. The is the sort of brain boggling and mind melting album that demand to be listened to loud, in the dark, on a great sound system or up close on headphones. It's a melange of languid dance music rhythms with experimental synths and percussion adding freaky details up top. Full of wildly unpredictable changes and weird time signatures, zoned out trance music and darkened dub, cosmic synth freak outs and ferocious sound designs, this is a truly unique record on every level.
Read more
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock HK$262.28
Cat: ISLE 015. Rel: 31 May 23
Peckham (5:11)
No Direction (feat Pike) (5:30)
Bridge (1:38)
Grenoble (feat Vague Imaginaires) (4:30)
Hospital Grounds (6:20)
How's Life (6:29)
Westway (Return) (3:17)
Review: Scottish textural experimentors 12th Isle venture across the pond once more, with the label's founder Stewart Brown topping up its exquisite techno-tropical fold for an exclusive look-in to his music made between 2015-2020 (hence the name). A combo of hardware and live-drummed dribblings makes for what might classify as an electroacoustic album but without the usual pretensions, as each track from 'How's Life' to 'Westway' trudge through a million different disparate scrapes and clanks, which each nevertheless retain enough of a similarity to each other, within their difference, to form a part of the same soundbath. The album is also something of an allusion to London living, with many of its rhythmic luminaries (such as multi-rhythmic maestro Pike Ogilvy and fellow 12th Isle affiliate Vague Imaginaries) also in tow.
Read more
 in stock HK$150.46
Revep (remastered)
Revep (remastered) (gatefold LP)
Cat: N 0532. Rel: 05 Sep 22
Siisx (11:22)
Mur (4:02)
Ax Mr L (4:29)
City Radieuse (7:49)
Veru 1 (7:52)
Veru 2 (5:16)
Review: Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto dropped this one first back in 2006. It was the third collaborative album between the ambient maestros and the third installment of V.I.R.U.S.'s five albums series. It was remastered last year and now gets served up as a reissue alongside three all-new pieces, namely 'City Radieuse', 'Veru 1', and 'Veru 2'. The first of those was written for a short cinematic essay in 2012. The album centres around the pano with padded bass and electronic frequencies adding extra depth and texture. It is another classic in their oeuvre.
Read more
 in stock HK$276.43
Agartha (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 461. Rel: 24 May 23
Abyss (2:25)
Searching (5:11)
Subterranean Life (5:51)
Ceremony Of The Dead (7:10)
Floating Against Time (6:32)
Abyss II (3:09)
Burning (7:31)
Agartha (6:29)
Darkness (3:52)
Eternally (4:46)
Review: To date Wata Igarashi has released most of his work as singles. The Japanese techno producer has steadily risen in profile thanks to releases for the likes of The Bunker New York, Nidgar, Bitta and Delsin, but now his trajectory shifts into a different gear as he offers up his first fully-fledged artist album outside of Japan for the mighty Kompakt. It's clear from the offset he's relished the opportunity to stretch out on an album and we're treated to some stunningly rendered ambient and downtempo soundscapes - just listen to the slow rise and fall of 'Searching' and you'll be instantly sold. There's space for drama and accomplished composition as on 'Ceremony Of The Dead', jazzy exploits on 'Burning' and much more besides, showcasing the unbridled imagination of one of Japan's brightest talents.
Read more
 in stock HK$217.49
Clearing (limited clear vinyl LP + booklet in embossed sleeve)
Cat: PCHYD 2. Rel: 12 May 23
Trust (2:57)
Fallen Angel (4:14)
So Clear (3:04)
Oil + Honey (4:32)
Breaking Ground (3:26)
Chlorophyll (2:49)
Glass (3:21)
The Real You (3:48)
Bright Light (3:31)
Living For You (4:02)
Afar (3:30)
Review: You can always rely on PC Music to serve the sort of futuristic, inventive hyper-pop that no one else does. Clearing is a superbly captivating debut album from synth pop, witch house, dream pop artist Hyd, who used to be known as QT. It features some previously released singles but mostly new music that serves as a biography of the singer-songwriter. She has been part of this influential label since day one and here references everything from millennial synth sounds to 80s and 90s acts on the same lineage. It's a proper album too that plays out well from front to back as one coherent listen.
Read more
 in stock HK$176.90
Prism (CD)
Cat: COOKCD 865. Rel: 18 May 23
HOME (High Orbs Mini Earths)
Why Can You Be In Two Places @ Once When You're Not Anywhere At All Where's Gary Mix
A Ghetto Love Story
Picking Tea Leaves & Chasing Butterflies
Dragon Of The Ocean (Dogon mix)
The Beginning Of The End
Living In Recycled Times (feat Rachel D'arcy)
Review: Electronic music kingpins The Orb present Prism, their stonking 18th studio album and their first for Cooking Vinyl. Chillout ambient, house, dub, krautrock, drum & bass and synthpop all collide into a javellining concoction, amounting to something of a tribute to the continuum of roots genres that have lent a strong hand in building up UK dance music over the years. With guest appearances from Youth, Gaudi, David Harrow and a host of others, it makes for a huge legacy LP. The Orb also plunge the depths of NASA's free sound library, getting at the cosmic aura that has accompanied dance music's existence from the jump.
Read more
 in stock HK$89.38
Picture In Picture
Picture In Picture (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 028. Rel: 31 May 23
At Dawn (3:13)
Room Of Mirrors (3:57)
Little Break (6:46)
Ultramarine (3:02)
Headache Pill (4:39)
Picture In Picture (3:12)
Deja Vu (4:48)
Review: The notes we were sent with this new entry into the Ilian Tape ITX Series read "Mushroom Tea Garden Ceremony". It is indeed a rather occult and freaky ambient oeuvre that will have you hallucinating and second guessing where dreams start and reality ends such is the wooziness of the music. It is smeared with odd samples - a sad string, a window creaking open, a distant horn, so is hugely evocative both emotionally but also in terms of the mental imagery it cooks up as it plays out. We don't really know much about NIMU, but this release has got us wanting more.
Read more
 in stock HK$134.17
Quex RD
Quex RD (12")
Cat: SAINT E. Rel: 21 Jul 11
AFX - "Quex-RD"
Autechre - "Skin Up, You're Already Dead"
 in stock HK$109.77
Consumed In Key
Consumed In Key (3xLP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: TURBO 213LP. Rel: 01 Apr 22
Contain (8:10)
Consume (9:28)
Passage In (1:43)
Cor Ten (6:23)
Ekko (4:00)
Converge (4:11)
Locomotion (8:45)
In Side (11:06)
Consumed (11:17)
Passage Out (3:05)
Review: Plastikman is in the glory years of his career, and the recognition of this of late has come in the form of various reissues and deluxe editions. One move we didn't expect Mr. Hawtin to take, however, was approving an entire 'semi-classical' reimagining of his original album 'Consumed', first released in 1998. 'Consumed In Key' is a new collaborative version made between Hawtin and pianist/producer Chilly Gonzales; every track found on the original 'Consumed' now features piano flourishings and other instruments peppered over each moody techno jam, fleshing out the pangs we could only previously imagine on first listen.

Read more
! low stock HK$136.21
Amber (reissue)
Amber (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 25R. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Foil (5:58)
Montreal (7:10)
Silverside (5:28)
Slip (6:21)
Glitch (5:59)
Piezo (7:58)
Nine (3:41)
Further (9:56)
Yulquen (6:30)
Nil (7:40)
Teartear (6:43)
Review: As Autechre set out on an extensive live tour, Warp has decided the time is right to reissue their 1994 classic, Amber, on vinyl. Given that it's been unavailable on wax since then, and second hand prices have shot through the roof, this is undoubtedly a good thing. It remains one of the legendary duo's standout albums: a peerless collection of brilliant IDM tunes offering a perfect balance between the glistening, atmospheric melodiousness of their early work, and the crunchy, mathematical rhythms of their later releases. There are moments of eyes-closed calm ("Silverside"), bubbly, melody-led workouts ("Montreal", "Slip"), far-out electro missives ("Glitch"), and the odd icy epic (the brilliant "Further").
Read more
 in stock HK$199.25
Seidingur (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: XOZ 009. Rel: 12 Apr 21
Going Back (7:16)
As We See It Coming (5:25)
Shiva (7:21)
Seidingur (5:52)
Review: There are more seismic ruminations from the deepest depths of Iceland's dub techno scene afoot, as Ohm shores back up on X/OZ with more of that densely packed, heavily textured techno tackle. 'Going Back' opens the EP up in a submersible, riding a looming sub bass and pinging out sonar blips into the encroaching gloom. 'As We See It Coming' turns up the intensity with some sharply chiselled percussion and an eerie line in synth tones, while 'Shiva' locks into a truly propulsive, fully balanced techno workout. 'Seidingur' is perhaps the purest dub techno offering on the record, teasing out the rhythms and letting the chords swirl in the mix for a classically rooted, classily executed trip.
Read more
HK$56.89 SAVE 50%
 in stock HK$28.39
Her Revolution
Her Revolution (limited 12")
Cat: XL 1106T. Rel: 11 Dec 20
Her Revolution (5:44)
His Rope (5:18)
 in stock HK$85.38
Yek (12")
Cat: FS 001. Rel: 30 May 23
The Demon King (5:27)
Sage's Prophecy (6:24)
This Is My Court (5:16)
The Evil Tyrant Has Been Captured (4:38)
 in stock HK$101.67
Selected Media 2016-2018
Selected Media 2016-2018 (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERS 040. Rel: 30 Mar 20
I (2:43)
II (2:04)
III (1:53)
IV (3:27)
V (3:32)
VI (3:28)
VII (4:02)
VIII (2:51)
IX (2:23)
X (2:05)
XI (3:01)
XII (3:41)
XIII (2:57)
XIV (1:54)
XV (2:14)
Review: Emotional Response bring you some truly healing sounds from Polish producer Bartosz Kruczynski, who first teamed up with the label as The Phantom for the first round of the Schleissen series back in 2015. He's since delivered a debut album to Growing Bin and released as Earth Trax on Rhythm Section and others. The mood across this collection of pieces produced for Polish studio TVP Culture opens up a rich seam of inspiration around the ambient end of Kruczynski's work through short pieces rich in sonorous delights. From fluttering fourth world-isms to hazy dub soundscapes, this is pure listening pleasure from start to finish.
Read more
HK$89.38 SAVE 50%
 in stock HK$44.69
To Believe
To Believe (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ZEN 226. Rel: 15 Mar 19
To Believe (feat Moses Sumney)
A Caged Bird/Imitations Of Life (feat Roots Manuva)
Wait For Now/Leave The World (feat Tawiah)
The Workers Of Art
Zero One/This Fantasy (feat Grey Reverend)
A Promise (feat Heidi Vogel)
Review: Given the rise in popularity in new school jazz in recent years, it seems a fitting time to welcome back Ninja Tune stalwarts The Cinematic Orchestra. "To Believe" is not only their first album in some seven years, but also one of their strongest releases to date. Opening with the poignant neo-classical/soul fusion "To Believe", the set sees Jason Swinscoe and company attractively saunter between jazz-electronica fusion (Roots Manuva collaboration ("A Caged Bird/Imitations Of Life"), pastoral jazz epics (the sunset ready epic that is "Lessons"), gentle downtempo songs ("Wait For Now/Leave The World"), ambient jazz ("The Workers Of Art") and slowly unfurling dancefloor workouts (killer closing cut "A Promise"). In a word: stunning.
Read more
 in stock HK$87.43
2222 & Airport
Cat: CON 913LP. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Swiss (3:03)
Buzzard Back Tree (4:16)
Rewower (3:37)
Uhok (0:55)
BBC Beach (3:54)
Dirt Bike (4:31)
Ten Four Cheese Whopper (4:25)
Dr+r (4:21)
4 K4t (2:42)
Infinite Shite (7:13)
Your Dads A Loser (1:33)
Vlanch (1:18)
Girl (1:43)
 in stock HK$180.90
Slowly Shifting Lakes
Cat: PITP 33CD. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Frozen In Waves
Lands In Motion
Searching For Glowing Shores
Under Dying Skies
Rivers Run From Tears
Geometries Of Water
Quietly Falling Floors
White Light On Black Suns
Statues In The Sky
In The Emptiness Of Your Arms
Tattered Wings Still Fly
Fall On Dead Years
Ascent To Indifference
Stay Because You Love Me
Review: It wasn't so long ago we were writing about the joys of BVDUB's Fumika Fades, a new double pack in February that sunk us deep into moving ambient soundscapes. Now the Bay Area dub techno titan Brock van Wey is back once again with yet another album - he dropped plenty of them last year too so is clearly in a mad creative patch. Slowly Shifting Lakes comes in multiple formats, this one being a double CD. The ambient here is coarse and textured, fizzing synths stretching out over skittish rhythmic frameworks before sinking into calmer waters on cuts like the escapist 'Searching For Glowing Shores.' Another triumphant album for sure.
Read more
 in stock HK$162.56
TO/OT (CD limited to 200 copies)
Cat: SPS 2365. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Nove (T/O )
Tredici (O/T)
 in stock HK$109.77
Wandermude (reissue)
Wandermude (reissue) (180 gram clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LPGRON 273. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Saffron Laudanum (8:06)
Velvet Revolution (7:32)
Trauma Ward (5:43)
The Farther Away I Am (Minus 30 Degrees) (10:41)
Dark Pastoral (3:56)
Telegraphed Mistakes (13:49)
Deceleration (5:16)
I Can't Pretend To Care (7:57)
Review: A titanic one-off clash LP between Japan's head brain David Sylvian and electroacoustic extraordinaire Stephan Mathieu, Wandermude is a slow and sublime classic for real ambient heads. Reissued for the first time since its release in 2012, the album charts a wealth of mutual interest between both artists; the pair both collaborated first as part of a dual live performance at Noway's Punkt festival, during which Mathieu performed a live remix of Sylvian's song 'Plight And Premonition'. This LP is the result of the same creative thread - whooshing, mysterious and full of raw instrumental material translated into audacious oddities.
Read more
 in stock HK$174.85
The Afrorack
Cat: HK 042LP. Rel: 25 May 23
0sc (4:42)
2 Last Modular (5:29)
Inspired (5:11)
Bass (5:18)
Rev (3:23)
Why Serious? (9:49)
Cowbell (2:08)
African Drum Machine (2:35)
Desert (4:36)
Review: Afrorack is a Ugandan producer whose self-built modular synthesis approach to making music has lent him much credo over the years, but perhaps none will lend him so much as The Afrorack, which comes as the latest and least deniable expression of his sound to date. Four tracks of traditional African rhythmatics merge with live sound synthesis and ghost-powered CV noodlings, producing an incredible foray into avant-garde electronics few could argue has ever been heard before. Whether it be caused by the trance-intoned 'Inspired' to the grit-covered 'Bass', Hakuna Kulala must be chuffed to have Afrorack form part of their catalogue, as his music is certainly among their best for representing the lesser-trodden and most criminally unsung corners of African electronic music.
Read more
 in stock HK$182.95
Items 1 to 50 of 500 on page 1 of 10
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  »
Cart subtotal: