Shlo-fi last repress for Record Store Day / 19.04.2014

Today is RECORD STORE DAY and for the occasione we produced a new version of Shlohmo's 'Shlo-fi' debut from 2009. It comes as a gatefold-sleeve 2LP deluxe edition and contains the original 'Shlo-fi' minialbum on blue vinyl plus, for the first time, four remixes (by Soosh, Jameszoo, Anenon and Wanda Group) on yellow wax. The inner sleeve showcases unpublished photography by Henry Laufer.

'Shlo-fi' is one of FACT magazine's and Pigeons and Plans' 20 essential Record Store Day releases and you can listen to the whole album on our bandcampLast repress!

Iglooghost & RUFFMERCY are Flying / 04.04.2014

Super stoked about Iglooghost's unofficial remix of Wiley's 'Flying'. Don't miss the remix video Ruffmercy threw together rather brilliantly and which premiered on THE405 earlier this week. Hype thing.

Yellowfours Video and Digital 7" / 16.03.2014

scouted the family archive for video material of back in the days when the kid was a kid even more. The search resulted in the music video for 'Yellowfours' which Iglooghost iced with his trademark animations.
Stream it above and check out what XLR8R had to say about it. Also, download the 'Yellowfours' 7" we are offering for free download from Bandcamp. It includes an unreleased Greyhat remix as premiered by EARMILK.

Iglooghost debuts with TREETUNNELS / 28.01.2014

 is 17-years old Seamus Malliagh, Irish-born beatmaker located somewhere in the English hinterland. Treetunnels finds him at his very best: crackling rap instrumentals that successfully balance psychedelia and straight-forward hip hop beats. The Treetunnels tape includes vocal features by milo, Hellfyre Club producer Riley Lake, Italian songstress Kae and Australian enigma jitwam.
Cassette exclusive is a little rap track with Mr. Yote and remixes by GreyhatRiley Lake, and Brainfeeder-affiliated Leaving Records boss Matthewdavid.

Cassette is now available exclusively on our webstore and HHV. For more info and purchase options visit

2013: Our Year in Review & Family Charts / 23.12.2013

This year was rich of experience. With Soosh's beautiful 'Colour is Breathe' we had our first real album release, including quite a bit of music industry buzz. This 2LP was followed by a sweet remix 12" featuring Slugabed, Dam Mantle, The Cyclist, Synkro and more. After the Summer break we issued the debut EP by Lithuanian wunderkind 96wrld, 'Private Language' and towards the end of the year we switched back to album mode with 'Black Ecstasy' by good ole' Montgomery Clunk aka C L N K. A release we are proud of in particular because we charted into new territories, musically speaking.
Besides the 'big' releases we were delighted to present a free-for-download EP by B-Ju ('Cheap Shots'). Furthermore, a long-overdue project finally saw the light of day: we selected and arranged a couple of joints we had left from NYC producer Benny B. Blonco and released the unauthorized 'Random Knocks' tape. Don't sleep on this essential document of the school-of-2009 beat music.

These guys made our year. We asked them their top-5 releases, and included the favourites of UK producer Iglooghost who's set to publish his 'Treetunnels' tape with us in January and H-SIK, who will surely return to Error Broadcast in more

Montgomery Clunk returns as C L N K / 12.12.2013

is the latest musical incarnation of Silviu Badea a.k.a. Montgomery Clunk. Error Broadcast published two EPs with the enigmatic Romanian producer but following the release of ‘Mondegreen’ early in 2012 Badea went through a series of changes.We lost touch for a bit. Then, late in 2012, he re-appeared and out of the vacuum of his temporary exile Badea presented the full-length album you are about to witness as Black Ecstasy.
C L N K explores the bat caves of techno. Primordial music for the jilted generation, Black Ecstasy leans towards a variation of techno that directly stems from post punk and its electronic successors.

Black Ecstasy is now available all digital and on 180g 12" vinyl in full-color sleeve on sale at Boomkat, HHV, Juno and on our webstore. For more info and purchase options visit

96wrld Remix Contest #pvtrmx / 29.11.2013


Some tunes ask for a remix. Typically this is true for vocal music, and this is probably why Error Broadcast never organized a remix contest. Private Language by Lithuanian rising producer 96wrld is not an immediate candidate for a remix LP. However the title track showcases the beautiful vocals of Markas Palubenka and should be a perfect fit for adventurous re-interpretations. We want to hear your version of the "Private Language".


Upload your remix to stream on your Soundcloud and use the tag #pvtrmx to share it on facebook and twitter. Monday, January 6 we will pick three favourites. There's only a single rule you need to follow if you want to contribute to the contest: your remix needs to include the vocal stems/samples.

Remixes will be published as a digital EP accompanied by two new 96wrld originals and distributed worldwide by Alpha Pup. Furthermore, winners will be shipped with Error Broadcast vinyl packages including five records of individual choice. Lezzz go!

Music from the Dark Corners of the Earth / 25.11.2013

Two weeks ago we revealed the new identity of Silviu Badea, the young producer behind the Montgomery Clunk project. Adopting the C L N K moniker, Badea dives into nitty-gritty techno music that sets the pace for the exclusive Dark Corners of the World mixtape; an all-exclusive compilation of unreleased C L N K tracks, plus contributions of friends from Bucharest. We sat down with Silviu to discover what's behind his latest metamorphosis.

Can you elaborate on your transition from Montgomery Clunk to C L N K? Would you describe your latest productions as a complete break-up with what you have done before?
I make music for myself exclusively. It has always been like that and besides I have no rules. My music is like a diary, each release reflecting a certain period in my life. This includes influences from the music I like, from the city, from my family and my dear ones. The focus shifts all the time. Aesthetically my music is subject to permutation as well. I think I am unable to deliver two releases that feed of each other in any obvious more

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