Selections:  Ivan Latyshev

Selections:  Ivan Latyshev

This week in Selections, we caught up with Ivan Latyshev who picked out some his favourite tracks from last year and told us why

Selections: Crayon Mortel

Selections: Crayon Mortel

To round off 2017 Alessio Bressan, aka Crayon Mortel, picked out his favourite tracks of the year for us. Alessio capped off last year with a recent collaborative album alongside Tracya, out now on 51beats.

Paul Kalkbrenner added to Dour Festival lineup

Paul Kalkbrenner added to Dour Festival lineup

After Mura Masa, Tyler, the Creator, alt-J and 11 others already added to the line-up, it is the turn to another mastodon to join them. As a true favorite of the people, Berlin-based producer Paul Kalkbrenner will bring his newest live-set to close the Last Arena on Saturday 14th of July.

Mind Against return to Afterlife with 'Days Gone EP' in January

Mind Against return to Afterlife with 'Days Gone EP' in January

‘Days Gone’ is the highly-anticipated return of core Afterlife act and fans favourite, Mind Against. A year after their ‘Solaris’ EP (AL002), the duo of Alex and Federico Fognini show once again why their moving, supremely-produced tracks are held in such esteem.

Selections: Jules Etienne

Selections: Jules Etienne

This week Jules Etienne steps up to provide us with his top five favourite tracks from 2017.  The French producer has recently returned with a three track EP, including a Jex Opolis remix, on Barcelona's finest disco imprint Apersonal Music. The 'Sounds for the garden' EP was released on Apersonal Music on the 27th of November.

Dean Demanuele: My five favourite pieces of gear

Dean Demanuele: My five favourite pieces of gear

This week, to celebrate the forthcoming release of his Grey Game EP, out on Dazed and Confused, Dean Demanuele took time away from his busy schedule to chat to us about his favourite pieces of hardware. 

Scuba drops another four cuts as SCB on Hotflush Recordings this December

Scuba drops another four cuts as SCB on Hotflush Recordings this December

Paul Rose first launched his SCB moniker in 2010, going on to appear on labels like Ostgut Ton, Aus Music and Nonplus until 2014. This year saw the pioneering British producer revisit his darker alias with a dystopian themed release on Hotflush – he now returns with four more twisted and ominous productions.