Artists

Hiraeth

Hiraeth is the new project from Rory Robinson, best known for his work under the guise of Satori. This project aims to defy genre boundaries, drawing influence from a life immersed in sound from all angles.

Releases:

[NSW002] Hiraeth – Experiments (digital), 2018

Unknownfunction

unknownfunction is the name under which Australian-born Adam Dunn explores beat-driven ambient/melodic structures.
Works rely on deep textured repetitive, almost mechanical, drum parts piercing through a melodic web of hardware and modular synthesis.

Releases:

[NSW003] Unknownfunction – Error of Truth (digital), 2018

Allinaire

Allinaire makes electronic music and video using eurorack, Serge, Buchla & LZX modular synthesisers, as well as vintage gear, drum machines, modified and custom built equipment.

He writes, produces and performs music live in Sydney. Currently exploring a more abstract and experimental music form where time signatures are variously straight, off-kilter and occasionally shredded and granular.

Allinaire also performed as Cobramatic, MaXMod and Cobracasino.

Releases:

[NSW005] Allinaire – “Heiro” (digital), 2018

Seapelt

Seapelt is the moniker of Byron Bay down-tempo electronica artist Josh Bassett. His music explores the lines between digital and analog, a space where the human signal blurs with the natural environment.

Incorporating elements of IDM with minimised electronica, modern classical, and ambient – his tracks evoke a sense of nostalgia for the lost sounds of decades past.

Releases:

[NSW004] Seapelt – “Astrolabe” (digital), 2018

Mr. Rachele

Adrian Rachele, the person behine mr.Rachele is based in melbourne. His music is a meditation on industrial past and post-industrial future. A beautiful amalgamation of genres, Mr. Rachele sounds are minimalistic and immersive.

He works with modular synthesizers, hardware drum machines, and sequencers.

Releases:

[NSW006] MR. RACHELE “Mr. Rachele” (digital)

Mike E River

Mike E River was not born into a musical family, but his hometown of Hastings, the “most musically sophisticated town in the UK”, provided a solid foundation for his ever-evolving, eclectic sound.

His first release on vinyl was in 1998 on a London based indie label, Later residing in Bristol (famously home to Portishead, Massive Attack, Tricky, among many more) further influenced and refined his musical vision.

Preferring to keep you off balance, River never lets the listener become too comfortable. Drawing you near with hypnotic, intimate beats before breaking you down, hurling you back into the fray – breathless, disorientated, hungry for more. Expansive, intelligent, wickedly immersive.

Releases:

[NSW007] Mike E River “The Mountain” (digital)