2020 – Digital EP After several months punctuated by impressive modular rig shots, enigmatic sound design videos, ritualistic filmic objects, and a few singles released on Bandcamp, we finally get a clearer picture from the black and white world of LA producer Snakes of Russia, in the form of a first self released EP named
2020 – Digital album – Vinyl Quiet force behind Polaar Sounds, a label that delivered some of the most mature and forward thinking bass-music mutations we’ve heard in the past couple years, french artist Flore‘s artistic path has ben a fascinating one to follow. Seeking balance between the soundsystem infused fabric of her DJ persona,
Behind this enigmatic motto lies one rich and fascinating art project, an interconnection between Japan, Europe, fashion, visual arts underground electronic music. After 6 years of patience, a third compilation came out this month, released precisely on Earth Day.
https://himuro-yoshiteru.bandcamp.com/album/view-from-bottom While incredibly active as a sound designer and composer for movies, art projects, ads, this is the first release from japanese artist Himuro Yoshiteru, since OUR TURN, ANYTIME released in 2012 on OILWORKS Rec. Back in 2013, we were very honored to have one of his track open our second compilation, the excellent “Almost
NYC based soundscaper Oddlogic (Outlier Records) just self-released this 3-track EP. Nova Scotia 76 by oddlogic If you haven’t already, we highly recommend checking the rest of his discography on Bandcamp. https://oddlogic.bandcamp.com/album/nova-scotia-76
EN : _Vince Konigan: A label-favourite for some time now, Vince Konigan is a Canadian composer and performer who has been active on the Montreal scene for years. He was a long-time drummer in noise rock bands, and his talents in classical piano and interest in electroacoustic soon led him to nurture a passion for
Unlog and EMinQc are proud to present the second edition of the collection of electronic music entirely created in Quebec. Created in 2012, the blog ‘Electro made in QC’ scans the rich landscape that is the electronic music scene in Quebec in search of rare gems, self-released projects, novelties, and experimental side-projects to share with