John Carpenter – Purgatory (Prurient Remix) (2015)


John Carpenter is the master of sustained tension with electronic music. The fine line between stasis and energy is almost impossible to define but Carpenter consistently achieves this paradox with Spartan means. This remix attempts to break the compositional tension of Carpenter’s ‘Purgatory’ and through a process of colliding loop cycles—a technique used on the Pleasure Ground album reformatting the electronics into a earth like texture outside of the urban environments traditionally connected to synthesis.

New Order – Restless (Agoria Remix) (2015)


The Agoria remix and the Extended 12” mix feature alongside further remixes from xxxy, RAC and long-term collaborator Andrew Weatherall.

The 12” green vinyl features both the Agoria and Weatherall remixes, along with the Extended 12” Mix and a download code for access to the full remix bundle.

‘Restless’ is available digitally now, the full remix package is available from 9 October 2015. Pre-order the digital bundle and receive the Agoria Remix as an instant download.

New Order’s eagerly anticipated new album, Music Complete, will be released on 25 September on CD, download and limited edition clear vinyl. In addition, there will be an exclusive 8-piece deluxe vinyl collection that includes the album plus extended versions of all 11 tracks on coloured vinyl –

New Order are: Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris, Tom Chapman and Phil Cunningham.

Keys N Krates – I Know U (2015)


Canadian trio Keys N Krates have a kick-ass new track to share with us this week called ‘I Know U’, which is just another taste of a new EP they plan on dropping over the coming months. ‘I Know U’ has a hypnotic manipulated vocal loop, big glitchy beats and grand synth sounds that echo out from deep within their cavernous production – it’s really hard not to be drawn into this one. [Source]