US artist Kevin Kennedy returns to Barba with a 2-tracker under his FBK moniker, featuring a remix by none other than Claude Young – a Detroit heavy-weight who’s been particularly selective with his output. Kevin’s previous record for Barba, a 2016 twelve titled “Screaming Her Name”, also featured remixes by
Berlin based Oblique’s first release Argandiwal (ارعندوال) is an ethos to the artist’s Persian heritage – using sampled sounds of iconic Persian and middle eastern drums such as the “zarb”, “daff”, “riqq” and “cajon” in both original tracks, with the name “Argandiwal” referring to the artist’s Persian heritage. Tracklist: 1.
Paul Kalkbrenner’s eighth album, Parts Of Life (released May 18), comes a decade after his Double Platinum selling LP Berlin Calling, and feels similarly definitive for an artist who has spent the last 10 years topping charts and performing his singular strain of grand techno to ever growing audiences. Parts
After her album ‘SoMe’ was released to critical acclaim last November, Anja Schneider has kept on creating. The first EP release on new imprint Sous Music is a pounding transcendental techno work, made for 4am raving. 2017 was a watershed year for Anja Schneider; the end of a long successful
Dark Matters label head Amirali returns with the expertly crafted Odyssey EP, employing his vital understanding of space and texture to construct a highly emotive release featuring a remix from Fort Romeau. The three track package is out digitally on May 14th followed by the vinyl release a few weeks
Oblique returns with a highly personal project: 3 tracks from (or with) friends who all helped create/inspire/influence the sound of the label. Ivano Tetelepta, Roger Gerressen and Ben Buitendijk already had loads of jam sessions when suddenly “Dilated Pupils” happened. It launched a project that consists of spontaneous studio jams