Label of the Month

LABEL OF THE MONTH: Repitch Recordings

"Listening to 24-48 hours of techno is super boring!"

Editions Mego

Peter Rehberg takes us on a tour of the label's first 20 years and shares an exclusive mix of experimental fare

Stroboscopic Artefacts

"There's no difference between a drone and a kick drum. They both reach the public in similar ways. It's the moment where you fly."

Waxwork Records

"What did Suicide say in 'Return of the Living Dead'? 'This ain’t some fuckin’ costume! It’s a way of life!'"

The Bunker New York

"If you had told me then that The Bunker would still be here 12 years later, I would have laughed in your face"

LABEL OF THE MONTH: Burger Records

The curators of SoCal cool share their most prized LPs and singles, from "Weird Al" and XTC to R. Kelly and 'Raw Power'

LABEL OF THE MONTH: Dark Entries

The underground NRG imprint shares an exclusive mix + a look at its first 5 years

LABEL OF THE MONTH: Posh Isolation

"When I meet people running 'real' record labels, I find I most often have very little in common with them"

LABEL OF THE MONTH: Medical Records

"I like my records like I like my furniture and decor—bold and retina burning with lots of clashing colors"

LABEL OF THE MONTH: Opal Tapes

Stephen Bishop's plastic people get put under the microscope, from Huerco S. to Bishop's own Basic House

LABEL OF THE MONTH: L.I.E.S. (Long Island Electrical Systems)

"A party is a party; you can wild out whether it's a punk show or some other shit"

LABEL OF THE MONTH: PAN

LABEL OF THE MONTH: UNO NYC