WXPN The Key’s John Morrison sat down with RVLVR, Ben O’Neill and Starkey to discuss the upcoming RVLR & Ben O’Neill collaborative Stiff Upper Lip EP, released this Friday, December 1st.  They discuss the creative process of making this release, working with analog signal processing and a hardware mellotron, influences and more.  Alongside the interview, they’re also premiering another track from the release, Stardust, which Starkey called “one of the best songs of the year, hands down.”  Check out the full interview here.  Preview Stardust below.



We’re really excited to preview the first music from the forthcoming RVLVR & Ben O’Neill project, out December 1st.

You all should be familiar with RVLVR from his releases on this label, as well as Seclusiais and other imprints. However, Ben O’Neill may be a name you don’t recognize. Ben met James (aka RVLVR) when as undergrads at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts; so this project has been a long time in the making. For the past few years, O’Neill has been flexing his guitar skills on the road with the likes of John Legend, Jill Scott and Kanye West (amongst others).

Check out the group’s take on drum & bass (?) with Fade Away courtesy of Walmer Convenience.


Hyponik have posted a stream of the avroARROW Studies in Form EP (out today) as part of their First Listen series.  Head over there to check it out… then make sure you pick up this really beautiful debut NOREMIXES EP from the Montreal-based producer at your favorite store.


Complex UK have premiered another track from the new Beck-Fields EP, Hone, entitled “Sun Under Sea”.  In their own words, ‘Sun Under Sea’ “continues [Beck-Fields’] exploration of softly-sung vocals and gentle synth washes against frenetic, but sparingly used, IDM beats for a mesmeric listen.”  The EP is released tomorrow, October 9th, and can be pre-ordered on our Bandcamp page.

Check out ‘Sun Under Sea’ by visiting the Complex site here or by clicking the image above.


We’re really excited to be releasing the debut album from Amsterdam’s Dow Jones Brotherhood. The producer sat down with Noisey in his home country and talked about the creation of ‘~~~’ and the direction for this new moniker. They’re also streaming the entire album on their site now, so you can check it out ahead of tomorrow’s release.

The interview is in Dutch, so get your Google Translate on if you’re a non-Dutch reader.

Cassettes are shipping now from our site and bandcamp page. It comes with a digital download code on both sites.


We are really excited to be releasing a new work from composer Daniel Potter this coming Monday, June 15th. It’s Potter’s 2nd release this year, following the ‘Modern Times’ & ‘Trident’ pieces released back in February.

‘2°C’ was written for 4 trumpets, 4 trombones and electronics derived from solely processing the recordings of the horns. ‘2°C’ continues Potter’s politically charged compositional subjects; this time taking on climate change.  The note patterns and dynamics of the piece were plotted out using the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies’ Graph of Annual Mean Temperatures which is also represented in the cover art for the release.

Decoder Magazine are premiering the work now ahead of its Monday release..  Check it out by following this link.  You can also pre-order the release on our bandcamp page now as well.


We’re thrilled to be premiering the first music from Beck-Fields’ forthcoming album “Sophia”, which is out next week! Complex Mag have a really nice write up on their site as well as a download of the beautiful “De Insomniis”.  (Just click the image above.)

You can also pre-order the album on our bandcamp page and you’ll get a download of another track “De Anima” right away.  Head over there to preview the track.