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Umwelt – Shipwrec Remix Series 1

On his Facebook page, Umwelt describes the music he makes as ‘Ravelectrodarkacidrave’. It’s not a bad description. Since the late ‘90s, the French producer has been putting out uncompromising, 303-laced electro tracks that are best heard on a big rig in the open air. (Previously, he had posted a video on Facebook, now removed, of an outdoor rave he played at during the ‘90s which perfectly captures this aesthetic).

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Solar One show Signs Of Decay

Ekman, Helena Hauff, Drvg Cvltvre and more provde “dirty and hard acid cuts” for the new record from the German label.

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Separate Mind: Panzerkreuz – Stuck to its Guns

For his latest Separate Mind column, Richard Brophy profiles Bunker Records association Panzerkreuz, speaking with artists like Alessandro Cortini and Ekman along the way.

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Ekman plays his Rook

Stream a track from the Dutch producer’s forthcoming return to The Trilogy Tapes.

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Cologne Underground Records returns

The second release from Andreas Gehm’s label is an “International Acid Affair” – preview here.

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Ekman – GMMDI

While the grimy acid and electro of Ekman’s Panzerkreuz release was one of 2014’s best records, last year also saw the Dutch producer strengthen his ties with Berceuse Heroique, the UK label that he had provided the debut release for. It seems that after years of working and preparing, it has all paid off for Roel Dijks, and he now finds himself in the enviable situation of being able to pick and choose whom he releases for.

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Berceuse Herioque coaxes more material from Ekman

The Dutch artist will issue GMMDI, a fourth record through the London label in February.

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Ekman surfaces on Bedouin Records

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The Dutch producer follows a record for The Trilogy Tapes with the five-track Gödelian Argument on the UAE-based label in November.

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This week at Juno

As well as a long-awaited album from a certain Cornish producer, records from Latency, The Trilogy Tapes and Minimal Wave stood out this week.

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Every creation starts with destruction: An interview with Ekman


The Dutch producer reveals the methods and motivations behind his deranged acid and sewer techno to Richard Brophy. 

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Separate Mind: The Best Is Noise

In his latest Separate Mind column, Richard Brophy discusses producers who embrace the concept of noise in their work and covers releases from Ekman, Alessandro Cortini, Gavin Russom, Samuel Kerridge and Musumeci.

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Ekman added to The Trilogy Tapes juggernaut

Stream “Dissipation” from the Dutch producer’s upcoming Entropy EP for Will Bankhead’s label.

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Next round of Bunker and Panzerkreuz records revealed

The return of Ekman and reissues of Unit Moebius and Danny Wolfers material feature. 

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Breaker 1 2 vs Ekman ‎– Ratz In The Back


With releases from Ekman, MGUN and the mighty Gesloten Cirkel to its credit, the Berceuse Heroique label has been the subject of some well-deserved attention. Judging by this latest release, it’s about to get a whole lot more praise. Like the Buz Ludzha release for All City earlier this year – in attitude rather than substance –  this record feels like a breath of fresh air. With one grand sweep, it renders the majority of releases around it obsolete and redundant.

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Ekman – Acid 7

Study the way warehouse raves are portrayed in film, and you’ll find some dark undertones. There’s Woody Harrelson’s character in True Detective trudging through hordes of Louisiana teens in a derelict warehouse that seems to double as a spark-making factory, or Sharon Stone acting deviant amongst jacking fashionistas while Michael Douglas leers on in a v-neck sweater. To Gaspar Noe, they’re places of excess and sin where the shadow of violence lingers around the corner. In film, warehouse raves seem to be used to convey the fact that the protagonist is lost: lost in the crowd, lost among a sea of mindless, anonymous lemmings; futilely trying to find push through the crowd to get to something, somewhere, someone that’s out of reach.

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Listen in full to the next Berceuse Heroique 12″

Breaker 1 2 goes toe-to-toe with Dutch producer Ekman on the London label’s next release.

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Preview Ekman’s forthcoming Shipwrec drop


The next release from the Nijmegen-based label comes from the mysterious Dutchman – get a taste here. 

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Preview Ekman’s limited album for Solar One Music

Dark electro sounds the order of the day on Ekman’s forthcoming album for Solar One Music.

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