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"It is rare in drone metal to find an outfit that can manage the careful and seamless balance of building the nods of annihilation whilst pirouetting into the proceedings from the sidelines and adding enough fresh and exciting nuances." -Tuff Gnarl

Holly Hunt

"Holly Hunt’s fusion of various heavy and droning genres is a mind-bending trip into dizzying ecstasy." -The Dropp

Holly Hunt

“Other Electricities delivers once again! Take all the good things you like about M83, add some Album Leaf, throw in some delicate vocals, record it and play it back through Soundwave (Transformer's reference guys) and you have Jatun.” -Insound

Jatun

“Archival Feedback really begins to scream/speak/sing volumes about the layered and nuanced relationship people have to sounds and the place where they live...

Various Artists

“A miasmic mish-mash of otherworldly electronica it ranges free form through a whole gamut of seductive sound.” -Brainwashed

Gultskra Artikler

“Baja, like his other compatriots on the up-and-coming Other Electricities label, operates under the maxim that modern digital music is simply an aural Cuisinart, capable of blending anything and everything into anything and everything, reshaping genre into whatever is physically possible.“

Baja

"Holly Hunt’s fusion of various heavy and droning genres is a mind-bending trip into dizzying ecstasy." -The Dropp

Holly Hunt

“It’s a fantastic album, and one which continues to mesmerise as you dissect these dense compositions and begin to make sense of them.” -ATTN Magazine

Male

“Recorded lo-fi style – in a bedroom apparently – this affecting release combines breathless harmonies and fragile tunes to achieve a strange warmth. Also makes Belle & Sebastian sound like Motorhead.” -The Crack (UK)

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

“Fessenden are at their best when they're at their most esoteric.” -Boomkat (UK)

Fessenden

“a very fine debut album.” - All Music Guide

Black Feather

“Ends of June is a genuinely terrific album, a collection of 12 heartfelt, largely acoustic, quiet bedroom pop songs that does in fact sound kinda like a cross between Low, the La's and Love, although to be fully descriptive, their name would also have to mention Belle & Sebastian, Neutra

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

"With skeletal guitars and synthesizers that crackle like broken leaves, it's the soundtrack to the scene in a movie when the character is being watched by something malevolent." -Times Live (ZA)

Givan Lötz

"This is where the suburb meets the city, where art rock meets ambient groove, where dreams are lived and shattered, crashing like waves against the shoreline of this African metropolis called Johannesburg." -Mail & Guardian (ZA)

Motèl Mari

“As a document of creative evolution, Feels, Feathers, Bogs and Bees succeeds in spades.” -30Music (CA)

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

"a bold mix of folk, "toy-pop", and ambient rock." -Newdust

Bacanal Intruder

“Brotherly is a surprisingly rewarding album, and for a band this young, it’s exciting to think what they might try next.” -Delusions Of Adequacy

Sneaky Thieves

“It’s a fantastic album, and one which continues to mesmerise as you dissect these dense compositions and begin to make sense of them.” -ATTN Magazine

Male

"With skeletal guitars and synthesizers that crackle like broken leaves, it's the soundtrack to the scene in a movie when the character is being watched by something malevolent." -Times Live (ZA)

Givan Lötz

“this is an utterly charming collection of off-kilter pop ditties, the spirit of experimentation always lurking” -Terrascope (UK)

Dot Tape Dot

“Electronica this good should be illegal.” –The Mail and Guardian (ZA)

João Orecchia

“Ends of June is a genuinely terrific album, a collection of 12 heartfelt, largely acoustic, quiet bedroom pop songs that does in fact sound kinda like a cross between Low, the La's and Love, although to be fully descriptive, their name would also have to mention Belle & Sebastian, Neutra

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

“A miasmic mish-mash of otherworldly electronica it ranges free form through a whole gamut of seductive sound.” -Brainwashed

Gultskra Artikler

“Irresistibly inviting and impossible to frown through, Similar Anniversaries is ten audio snapshots of what joy, dreams, and constant compassion sound like.” -Impose

Small Sails

"Dim Past is making techno a threat!" -Tropicult

Dim Past

"a bold mix of folk, "toy-pop", and ambient rock." -Newdust

Bacanal Intruder

"Dim Past is making techno a threat!" -Tropicult

Dim Past

“despite the fact that the album is essentially a canvas of white noise, otherworldly drones, and astral dissonances, it achieves a remarkable sense of poignancy that holds things taut...” -Delusions of Adequacy

Male

"Aldinucci’s diversity is also his strength; by mixing different techniques and flavors, the artist creates an ongoing sense of intrigue." -A Closer Listen

Giulio Aldinucci

“Other Electricities delivers once again! Take all the good things you like about M83, add some Album Leaf, throw in some delicate vocals, record it and play it back through Soundwave (Transformer's reference guys) and you have Jatun.” -Insound

Jatun

“Irresistibly inviting and impossible to frown through, Similar Anniversaries is ten audio snapshots of what joy, dreams, and constant compassion sound like.” -Impose

Small Sails

"Dim Past is making techno a threat!" -Tropicult

Dim Past

"Holly Hunt’s fusion of various heavy and droning genres is a mind-bending trip into dizzying ecstasy." -The Dropp

Holly Hunt

“rainbow-coloured electro-pop panorama.” -Textura (CA)

Dokkemand

"A massive, piercing, blinding body of sound. Everything that matters all at once." -Guide Me Little Tape

Fsik Huvnx

"Holly Hunt’s fusion of various heavy and droning genres is a mind-bending trip into dizzying ecstasy." -The Dropp

Holly Hunt

"With skeletal guitars and synthesizers that crackle like broken leaves, it's the soundtrack to the scene in a movie when the character is being watched by something malevolent." -Times Live (ZA)

Givan Lötz

“Mammoth swells and wordless vertigo, heavenly fades snap, crackle and pop in Jatun’s stellar noise fest. “ -Maximum Ink

Jatun

“As a document of creative evolution, Feels, Feathers, Bogs and Bees succeeds in spades.” -30Music (CA)

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

"An intimidating work of great artistic expression." -GoldFlakePaint

Givan Lötz

"Dim Past is making techno a threat!" -Tropicult

Dim Past

“if ‘Aether Obelisk’ was a boulevard, it would be one full of secret alleys and niches, of secluded spots hidden in between the traffic-congested roads and tree-lined avenues.” -Experimusic (EU)

Baja

"These guys are just way ahead of the times. Or somehow existing outside of time… Non-traditional and pushing boundaries (to say the least), Treasure Teeth are truly something else." -Independent Music News

Treasure Teeth

"A formidable pairing, the likes of which haven't been seen since Kane and the Undertaker wrought havoc to the wrestling world." -The Truth Metal Reviews

Holly Hunt

“this is an utterly charming collection of off-kilter pop ditties, the spirit of experimentation always lurking” -Terrascope (UK)

Dot Tape Dot

“rainbow-coloured electro-pop panorama.” -Textura (CA)

Dokkemand

"Dim Past is making techno a threat!" -Tropicult

Dim Past

"An intimidating work of great artistic expression." -GoldFlakePaint

Givan Lötz

"An intimidating work of great artistic expression." -GoldFlakePaint

Givan Lötz

"With skeletal guitars and synthesizers that crackle like broken leaves, it's the soundtrack to the scene in a movie when the character is being watched by something malevolent." -Times Live (ZA)

Givan Lötz

“Electronica this good should be illegal.” –The Mail and Guardian (ZA)

João Orecchia

"What we have on Last is a band that could have been our new Sparklehorse if we'd bothered to listen." -The 405

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

"An intimidating work of great artistic expression." -GoldFlakePaint

Givan Lötz

“a very fine debut album.” - All Music Guide

Black Feather

“Tallest Trees offer endearingly loopy art-pop brimming with effortless charm.” -NME (UK)

Tallest Trees

“Recorded lo-fi style – in a bedroom apparently – this affecting release combines breathless harmonies and fragile tunes to achieve a strange warmth. Also makes Belle & Sebastian sound like Motorhead.” -The Crack (UK)

Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love

"With skeletal guitars and synthesizers that crackle like broken leaves, it's the soundtrack to the scene in a movie when the character is being watched by something malevolent." -Times Live (ZA)

Givan Lötz

“a thoughtful and minimalist epic indie charmer” -Treblezine

Sneaky Thieves

“despite the fact that the album is essentially a canvas of white noise, otherworldly drones, and astral dissonances, it achieves a remarkable sense of poignancy that holds things taut...” -Delusions of Adequacy

Male

“Fessenden are at their best when they're at their most esoteric.” -Boomkat (UK)

Fessenden

“Tallest Trees offer endearingly loopy art-pop brimming with effortless charm.” -NME (UK)

Tallest Trees

“Mammoth swells and wordless vertigo, heavenly fades snap, crackle and pop in Jatun’s stellar noise fest. “ -Maximum Ink

Jatun