Penthouse Apartment – Y2K Millenium Nightclub

Recommendation: ☀☁☁ Penthouse Apartment’s debut for TKX-Vault (then known as “Tokyo Exchange”) is an album of ambient techno that anticipates the ghost tech movement by almost two years. Tracks are skeletally rhythmic and often feature little more than sparse clicks and cuts that evolve into something akin to old-school IDM. It’s an unsettling release, but it’s not disturbing: Y2K: New […]

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BLCR Laboratories releases “Opaline” by International Debris

BLCR Laboratories has new music available from International Debris – who recently released the Mistral EP as well. This album is Opaline, three tracks of twenty-one, eleven, and seven minutes run-time that features old-school/analogue techno, downtempo, and ghost tech. It’s an extremely varied album, and utilizes the concept of a mind-beating, intensive adventure as its source material in the accompanying […]

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Pyramids releases “Prelude to Destruction” by DARKPYRAMID

The Pyramids label continues its hot streak following inception with its sixth album, Prelude to Destruction by Dream Catalogue mainstay DARKPYRAMID. This album is ghost tech with influences from ambient techno, dark ambient, and glitch media. It’s ten tracks long with several of DARKPYRAMID’s longest compositions to date. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. Check it out below:   […]

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Cyber Dream Records releases “Source Reflection” by Rashida Prime

Not even two weeks off of releasing Damaged Interface, Rashida Prime is back with Source Reflection on the UK label Cyber Dream Records. This album is best described as an ambient ghost tech work; kind of similar to a downtempo version of I Am Chesumasuta, but with its own spacey, ambient techno-oriented bent. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. […]

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Pyramids releases “Introspection” by AUT2M

The fifth album on Pyramids is out as of yesterday: Introspection by AUT2M. Introspection continues the general Pyramids theme of ghost tech, dreampunk, and nineties ambient electronica with black-and-white imagery. It’s a bit more downtempo than the other albums, with each of the seven tracks utilizing twinkling electronics underpinned by old-school rave beats (e.g. “The Abrupt Termination”). It’s available as […]

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