Chordata - No Fate But What We Make For Ourselves

Chordata returns, this time with yet another consciously oriented collection of some of her best works called "No Fate But What We Make For Ourselves".

V/A - Letting Go

Brand new Warsaw imprint "Get The Balance Right!", in reference to Depeche Mode, returns with a compilation of refined Electro/Techno tracks featuring the label owner himself, Ever Moving, plus two guests: Mutual Attraction (Ethos), and ITPDWIP (Bass Agenda Recordings).


V/A - Electrix Shox Volume 1

"Electrix Shox Volume 1" inaugurates a series of highly recommended compilations on Billy Nasty's legendary Electro imprint that you will not want to miss.


T/Error - U 235 Isotopes The Remixes

If you enjoyed T/Error's "U 235" album, please do yourself a favor and rush into the pleasure you will find from the remixes album!


Cloak and Dagger - Darkfall

Frajile Recordings has been on an upswing lately, putting behind a hiatus that had left many of its followers wondering if perhaps one of their favorite imprints were no more.

Krypton 81 - Outpost Alpha Centauri

Subsonic Device, the powerful German imprint responsible for such classics as Darxid's "You", Supreme.Ja's "Digimachine", as well as Morphogenetic's "The Time Is Now", returns with one of their most unique releases to date: Krypton 81's "Outpost Alpha Centauri".

Lectromagnetique - The Occultist

Following his EP on Urban Kickz Recordings, Ivan Margolin aka Lectromagnetique returns to Bass Agenda Recordings with an outstanding digital pack!


Franck Kartell - La Jetée d'Orly

Feedbacks are unanimous about "La Jetée d'Orly" and you won't find a negative word from us as much as we enjoyed this masterpiece!

V/A - Ad Astra

Belgian Label "Les Disques Cockpit" presents here after 3 CD's by artist "Holtz", their first compilation titled "Ad ASTRA", which contains 14 different tracks from established and new producers in the Electro scene.


[Wave ~ Equations] - Abkehr Der Vernunft

If you like your electronic music sweet and peaceful, here comes an album I would highly recommend.


Written and self produced by Berlin based Hanz Holzer in Germany, "Abkehr Der Vernunft" serves up a brilliant debut opus containing no less than ten tracks ranging from Ambient to more Electronica based sounds.