We asked some of our residents and guests a list of their favourite releases, labels or covers during 2021. During the last 2 weeks of December we will post them here in our news section. Enjoy!

Resident: Zephyr (Soundarchitecture)


Once a month on Friday afternoon we go live straight from the Sound Architecture record shop in Antwerp. Part of Ampere club, Sound Architecture specializes online in limited sought after vinyl and vinyl-only imports and independent record labels from all over the globe with a focus on the wide spectrum of underground electronic music.

1. Nu-Era - Beyond Gravity

“Sadly i was too late for this one. Bandcamp only sale, all sold out in 3h, nothing was sent to record shops…I guess we might have to wait another 20 years loool. Detroit Techno Made in U.K. No one ever came close to that!”

2. Nuron / Fugue - Likemind 06

This one I didn’t miss! And the pressing is fucking unreal, it sounds SO GOOD. For fans of B12, Stasis, WARP and the ambient techno/IDM movement in the mid 90’s


Aaaaaaaah this one…Originally released in 94 by Jonah Sharp and David Moufang aka Move D. Jonah Sharp aka Space Time Continuum, and his label Reflective if i’m not mistaken. Like the one above, this is essential if you’re into WARP stuff like Artificial Intelligence series…

4. James Bernard / Influx - Reminiscence

” This record has the aim to cultivate our taste for atmospherical elements, freezing up the thermostat in order to temperate your environment; inviting your mind to a lunar state where dreamy and danceable aspects could come disturb your occasional nocturnal ballads.”

5. Blue : The Path of least resistance meets the point of no return

Released this year on local label Souvenirs From Imaginary Cities (Hill Men + KONG)
“an album collecting a coherent set of tracks made between 1997 and 2001, carefully saved on DAT-tapes. Recorded as building blocks of an ambient album that was never wrapped up at the time, today Mann and Darking stepped back into the studio to complete a story that has been left untold for so many years. ”

6. Ritmo Fantasia: Balearic Spanish synth pop, boogie and house (1982-1992)

“Very looking forward to this. (we will have some copies in the shop in January). I love these compilations, it always feels like discovering a new genre, like hearing music for the first time. For warm summer nights with friends and family.”

7. Various artists - Heisei No Oto (Japanese Left-field pop from the cd age, 1989-1996)

“Hard to pick a favorite between this one and the other compilation that was released on Light In the Attic ( Somewhere Between: Mutant Pop, Electronic Minimalism & Shadow Sounds Of Japan 1980-1988). Check both out if you haven’t yet.”

8. DJ Athome presents Spaced Out

“This one blew my mind. Compiled by Belgian DJ Athome.
PRO TIP : listen to this in Sri Lanka by a beach in the middle of the night while tripping on psychedelics. Use with zero moderation. (the music hey)”

9. Helium - The works EP

“One side is top shelve house music from the mid 90’s, the other side is sublime downtempo/ambient music. Thx Kalahari Oyster Cult for the reissue of this gem.”

10. Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors - Selected Works 1985-2005

“Music for immersive and intimate environments”.