Celebrating their 50th catalog anniversary, the Uncanny Valley label exposes the seventh and final compilation of the visible light’s spectrum: Yellow.
Here’s the latest top10, this month a top12, of unreleased tracks for June 2020 brought to you by Torture the Artist to give you an overview of tunes that are going to be released within the next weeks and months.
Each of them could easily stand on their own – musically. But Iron Curtis and Johannes Albert decided to go back to the studio together and produce their second LP Moon II.
After the forced pandemic break with most people falling into a valley of sorrows for many reasons, Dresden-based label Uncanny Valley finally returns with the next edition around their 50th release festivities.
For Uncanny Valley’s 50th catalogue number called Valley 50: Green the label from Florence on the Elbe known as Dresden invited as many as four artists.
Yeah But No’s self-titled debut album, enriched with melancholically influenced tracks, catered for an Indian Summer last year.
Panthera Krause has to be one of the in-demand producers of the moment. With releases and remixes on labels such as Riotvan, Uncanney Valley, Lobster Theremine, Connaisseur or Souvenir the Leipzig based producer and illustrator has a keen eye on the scene’s musical development.