Released 1st March
A near perfect soundtrack for an illegal rave on a remote south England beach. Quirky Electronix to full on High Tech Electro Funk. The Rephlex legacy is real! Braindance is real! Jodey Kendrick is real!
01. Lo Pan
03. Sister Ruth II
04. Signal From Inside
05. Submerged Pulsar
06. Deep Mum
07. Heidi Kann Brauchen
09. Dyna 4
11. Antic Live
Release Date - 5th April 2019
Oscillate Tracks 002 is the second compilation from the Oscillate crew who have been running the successful event series at ://about blank for just over 4 years. After the sell-out launch of their first record, their second compilation EP is highly anticipated.
This time with Melbourne based producer Hymns, known for his beautifully restrained, spacious electro, Superhexagon regular J. Wiltshire, crossing over into his own glistening take on modern dubstep, Schloss Records founder Karima F whose percussion and berserk melodies know no bounds and Perth-based artist Peter McAvan, upheaving all expectations with his surprising rhythms and syncopation. Diverse, yet of the same palette, this record paints a dreamy yet powerful picture.
01. Hymms - Magna
02. J. Wiltshire - Wave Tablet
03. PTMC - Officewerks
04. Karima F - Bacon Shoulders
Release Date - 19th April 2019
a1. Dead Man's Chest x Sonic - Pum Flex
a2. Dead Man's Chest x Response - We All Go A Little Made Sometimes
b1. Dead Man's Chest x Coco Bryce - The Dead Will Dance
b2. Dead Man's Chest - Exorcisms
Release Date 29th March 2019
Following his 2017 solo debut EP, "Resisting in the Darkness", Tyler Dancer takes a step toward the light in his follow up EP "62 Miles High". Written in Hasselt, Belgium, "62 Miles High" shows Dancer drawing upon his Detroit and Midwest heritage to reveal another page in his slow-evolving sonic diary.
Tyler Dancer is a DJ, producer, and musician from Kalamazoo, Michigan. His musical journey began at a young age, playing in local jazz & rock bands before becoming a DJ & Training Director at WCBN FM, Ann Arbor in 2006. He made his first Detroit DJ appearances with friend and collaborator Anthony "Shake" Shakir in 2013 and in 2014 he formed a live electronic act under the guise, "Club Creeps" with Manuel Gonzales aka MGUN. In 2017 Shake & Dancer released their remix of "Standing on the Verge of Getting It On," for Westbound Record's "Funkadelic: Reworked by Detroiters," compilation.
01. Kármán Line
02. Shiva's Hands
Release Date 29th March 2019
Plant43 aka Emile Facey, one of CPU's originators delivers his fourth album 'Three Dimensions'. Eight tracks of crystalline electro with his signature epic pads and Blade Runner-esque melodies.
Facey is one of the most respected electro artists of today and this album galvanises this reputation. DJs will find several weapons amongst this package of beautiful electronic music that rewards both headphone listeners as much as a big room.
01. Neon Vista
02. Three Dimensions
03. Lo-res Dreams
04. Disrupt & Disobey
05. Mono Sky Monolith
06. Orange Neon Display
07. Check the Resolution
08. Exoplanet Transmission
Release Date - 29th March 2019
Inner Surface Music is proud to present the next release from Ewa Justka. Ewa Justka is one of the most exciting new experimental artists on the scene for the last few years. She has been paving the way with her unique take on techno, noise, experimental and power electronics. Not only satisfied with making music but also a designer and maker of excellent DIY synthesisers, effects and sequencers under her Optotronics company.
‘Jelly Tits Everywhere’ kicks off proceedings with a contorted acidic workout, 303 baselines are wrapped around distorted, swung drums creating elasticated envelopes before the hardcore kick drum pummels us into submission at a frenetic tempo. ‘Oh How Edgy’ drops the tempo but retains the intensity this time Ewa´s approach strips everything back to the backbone of the groove creating a deeply hypnotic techno track that sucks you into a whirling vacuum.
‘You Are Really Repeating Yourself Indeed (KRTM Remix)’ KRTM is another young artist who has been pushing his harder edge techno sound of the last two years. His remix does not disappoint he delivers a powerful version of ‘YARYI’ with a remix thats pushes both his love for hardcore and the Belgium rave sound. ‘You Are Repeating Yourself Indeed’ hyperactive and twitchy synth lines weave and play off each other in this twisted workout. Instantly drawing the listener closer as the track builds and builds to a monstrous crescendo of mutated acid.
a1. Ewa Justka - Jelly Tits Everywhere
a2. Ewa Justka - Oh How Edgy
b1. Ewa Justka - You Are Repeating Yourself Indeed (KRTM Ravemix)
b2. Ewa Justka - You Are Repeating Yourself Indeed