Musique-concrete party crashers hxw hxw round off their ‘narcissus…’ era with a full-length remix album. This LP compiles all previous b-sides alongside several new tracks, including ‘lullaby of the portcullis’, an 8 minute monster comprised only of samples of video game deaths.


Downtuned guitars are shredded, growling vocals are processed and Numanesque synths build an intense atmosphere of industrial decay and a cybernetic reality.


Coming from Cordoba, Argentina Ignacio Cantú with this outstanding album: this is electronic experimentation at it’s best, and feature manipulated, ethereal vocals.


Dominic Razlaff returns with a second EP of entrancing, reflective ambient drones and melodies. The stillness and quiet within each piece forces the listener into actual listening intently to the music, drawing you into a world of ethereal atmospheres.


In their second full-length split LP, Phirnis and Katarrhaktes collaborate to bring you the unsettling Apnoea; seven sleep-deprived tracks of industrial/ambience which slip between modes of melody, musique concrete, and extreme electronic dissonance.


EXOBATCH brings his trademark distortion and grind to the dancefloor, with 24. A classic groovy tune featuring analog synths, pounding drums and ghostly vocals. Remix duties are by Heskin Radiophonic.


Welcome to Fwonk*! To celebrate Netlabel Day we bring you the cream of the crop – a sampler of the very best Fwonkage from the last 12 months, and a couple of yet-to-be-released treats.


Insane, damaged, schizophrenic. Cardigan of Wasps takes a turn for even darker waters in the filthy noise-industrial mechanical monstrosity Goreshit Roadkill. The five unconventional remixes on this EP hack the original song to pieces, reassembling its remaining flesh and bones into beautiful depictions of ugliness.


hxw hxw’s experimental, conceptual debut LP was created only using audio samples gleaned from entertainment media such as film, television, and video games. Appropriating the mythological Narcissus as a metaphor for the vanity of contemporary society, it challenges the onanistic practices of art itself.


Lilting and haunting, as fragile as glass, as deep as the ocean. The second EP from poppy nogood is filled with introspective ambient drones and melodies crafted from violin, guitar and voice.


high dart went part way back to the roots and part way to space. The sound of 809 is spacey-rough,
trippy and sometimes there’s a little glint of well-camouflaged cheesiness. and guitars!


high dart comes up with some electrodynamic cheeso-psychotic wave pop.
money is the entrance gate to the doped up with valium LP called 809.