The first printed Kink is here, and so is the time fully dedicated to the topic of “self”. Join us at the release event in Prague on Oct 13, and stay tuned for a lot of self-centered online content too!
Prague-based cassette label Genot Centre is behind yet another brilliant release, this time of Mexican-born artist Laura Luna Castillo. Prepare yourself for a ride along distressed sonic lands in parallel universes.
Noodz for better moodz! Get ready for Creamcake’s new release, coming out on September 28.
Creamcake’s latest release, Iku’s new EP “Body Horror,” will take you on a journey through distorted sonic space. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!
The Czech platform Gin&Platonic is reaching out beyond the realms of music journalism and DJing to become a record label. Their first release, featuring many international and local artists, is out on the first day of July!
UK-based Quantum Natives release ‘Gentle Nightmare’ – a new record by Yikii tracking the steps of a solitary explorer in the desolate lands of fragmented dreams.
Released on Quantum Natives, London-based Terribilis’ “Interlude Music” is a delicate soundtrack to the never-ending struggle of living with a mental illness.
Enchanted Lands’ debut record, put out by Genot Centre, feels like winter creeping under your skin, like a mystery you never want to solve. Perfect soundtrack for the misty days of late November!
Upon the release of XVII’s solo debut EP NODRUMS, Kink presents an exclusive premiere of a video for “Like Almond” featuring the rapper Lamb Kebab. Get a taste of the almond milk below.
New RUI HO’s EP “Tales 戰記” takes you to the undiscovered world of digital legacies and traditional Chinese soundscapes. Play it on repeat until the last petals fall off the cherry-trees.
Dive into the stream of your own consciousness as you close your eyes and listen to the fuzzy sonic piece by Iku. Her longform work ‘Fugue’ debuts on Kink.
As an advent Sunday gift, we’re bringing you a piece of eye candy in the form of a 360 degree video by DVDJ NNS for Bryce Helm’s “Gone”.