Tuesday 9 May 2017

Monday 1 May 2017

Krystal Math - Night Tones

Our first release of 2017 hits Bandcamp today! After first appearing on our 'Phase 3' sampler, Christopher Tilmouth aka Krystal Math finally reveals his debut EP for [d]-tached records.

Night Tones is inspired by late night walks through the suburbs and city streets of his home town Manchester. The strange characters that emerge and the unfamiliar personalities that the streets themselves take on once everyday life has drifted off to sleep acted as a reminder of the beauty (or otherwise) that can be found in unexpected places, and became the catalyst for the 5 tracks presented here. From the pensive, claustrophobic bass swells of 'Parasite', to the crystaline purity of 'Invisible', all fused together with Tilmouth's sharp, skittering beat programming, Night Tones is classic IDM not to be missed.

Sunday 9 April 2017

End of Transmission

Just a quick update to say that Transmission Vision has now sold out on cassette. New releases on the way soon. As usual it's best to follow us on Facebook, Twitter or join the mailing list in order to keep up with the latest as news doesn't get posted here that often..

Monday 24 October 2016

Transmission Vision

Previews of Supersentient Intelligence Construct's forthcoming EP on Soundcloud.

Sunday 23 October 2016

Bovaflux - Routes

One last copy of Bovaflux's Routes collection available in the store. This set compiles together 50 previously unreleased tracks from the last 15 years, with outtakes from all his releases included, plus some live remixes, and other rarities. Once this copy has gone, only the digital version will remain available, which still clocks in at around 20+ tracks,so still a lot to explore!

Sunday 7 February 2016

Full back catalogue now on Bandcamp

We've spent some time over the last few weeks patching up some holes in the [d]-tached back catalogue over on Bandcamp, and are happy to say that it is now finally complete! From the very first release (Bovaflux's debut album "2002") to the latest (Supersentient's "Unravel"), it's now all there for your listening pleasure in whatever digital format you choose (including .WAV). Next, as well as prepping some new releases for 2016, we'll also be getting on to physical versions of some recent releases. In the meantime, take some time to enjoy these recordings, some of which have been unavailable for a long time!