Not content with making his own instruments, electronic maverick Crewdson also sometimes makes his own videos. This one a hypnotic take on a track from his brilliant album 'Toys', an effortless marriage of cutting edge electronic sonics with folk inspired song-form, lyrical ideas and instrumentation.

'Toys' is available on LP/CD and DL - INFO/LISTEN/BUY

"…Crewdson crafts skewed sonics that, frankly, boggle the mind; although, somehow, his music is as accessible as it is weird. On TOYS, Crewdson presents a matured sound, one that fuses pop elements with tumbling rhythms and mind-bending sound design." [XLR8R]


New release from electronic producer, composer and musician Robert Logan. The five track 'Pop EP' is available for streaming and download at all the usual outlets but is exclusively available for 'name your price' from our Bandcamp site.

'Pop E.P' celebrates 10 years since the release of Robert Logan's first release, ‘Cognessence.’ At the time he was described as “…something of a prodigy… a man that is already showing a maturity and a musical/textural understanding that many simply never find” [BBC], with DJ Mag calling the album “the essential last word in electronic soundscapes.” The new E.P follows 2015's hyperactive ‘Flesh’ - “a musical object so radical and daring it seems not to belong to his time” [Trax] and its black ambient twin 'Flesh Decomposed’ and chronicles a contrasting path to either of them. Named after the eighth track of 'Cognessence', the new E.P recalls something of the directness of his first release and takes matters closer to the edge of the dancefloor.

Here Logan offers his take on a kind of pop music, though as ever increasingly unconventional means are utilised to reach somewhat more recognisable ends. Elaborate networks of feedback are harmonized to form the melodics on a number of cuts, giving even the most untwisted patterns a sense of metallic otherness, and throughout meticulous programming is fused with live dub techniques towards an interesting blend of old a new and a looser groove-orientated feel. 'Pop E.P' takes its name far enough to include special guest appearances from Morcheeba's Skye Edwards and Ross Godfrey on its first and final tracks and assimilates a range of established styles, including garage, hip hop and house – but ultimately is as free-spirited and idiosyncratic as any of Logan's best work.