A fresh look at original acidic techno.
Ancient Methods and Phase Fatale feature on the unruly first release from the Tbilisi club's label. The EBM churn of the group's eighth album doesn't always land.
The revered techno DJ breaks down his masterful mixing technique.
A dance floor album that can't help but be different. An often-exhilarating look at club music's primal energy. The Manchester DJ's mix features global music garnished with humour.
A juicy hook-up between two synth-loving techno artists.
Ryan Keeling hears how, despite the almost unbelievable range of essential work Nicolás Jaar creates, the last person to celebrate his achievements might be Nicolás Jaar himself. The Detroit artist's first solo record in five years was worth the wait. The US house and techno artist continues his recent burst of activity. The Australian artist builds a world within five club tracks.
The Chilean-American artist explores another bold new direction. A vinyl reissue of a 2006 album that preceded a classic. Booming techno that pokes fun at your outfit. A hard-hitting exploration of abuse. Music From Memory's sub-label revisits four Richard H. Kirk-produced house tracks. This otherwise excellent album can't quite leave the club behind. The much-loved UK artist innovates through ambient. The rising German artist shows why he's got the Discogs sharks in a frenzy.