Jealous God welcomes Alexey Volkov


The Russian techno producer will debut on Jealous God later this month.

Following a short hiatus, Terence Fixmer’s Planete Rouge Records relaunched in 2011, bringing with it the surprise reemergence of Emmanuel Top and the introduction of Alexey Volkov, a Russian producer who’s developing his own brand of industrial, warehouse techno. As outlined in the Jealous God 2015 schedule revealed earlier this year, Volkov is set to debut on the Ruskin-Regis-Mendez-run operation with the label’s seventh ‘issue’,  following records by Oliver Ho’s Broken English Club, In Aeternam Vale and recent Juno Plus Podcast contributor 51717.

Volkov supplies Jealous God with a three-track 12″ simply titled Jealous God 7 which is due later this month and looks to be the label’s most visually provocative record yet, with some of the artwork looking like a cross between an animal welfare poster and a screen grab from a Chris Cunningham video. Furthermore, this edition’s mix CD – a feature of each Jealous God release – comes from Anal Virginity, resident DJ of Milan’s Dude Blub. Previews of all three tracks from Volkov’s JG debut can be heard below and we’re particularly feeling A2 cut “Never”.

Jealous God will release Jealous God 07 by Alexey Volcov on June 22.



A1. A Snake Falling To Pieces
A2. Never
B1. Ruins