The blistering debut solo album from Napalm Death founder member Nicholas Bullen
Gorgeous waves of serene ambience from New England innovator Geoff Mullen.
Gruesome dungeon noise from crucial US veterans Hair Police.
Blurry pulsing productions from Digitalis boss Brad Rose.
An expressive and slowly evolving masterpiece from Lichens man Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe.
More frazzled technoid variations from ex-Yellow Swan Pete Swanson.
A unique album of haunted, shimmering beauty from Chicago drone survivors Zelienople
The first two albums from the mysterious Head Technician's Pye Corner Audio
Deadly first album from Dominick Fernow under the Vatican Shadow guise.
Oakland rap duo Main Attrakionz most defining statement to date.
A dank, haunted collection of dense, noise-laced black ambience from New Mexico's William Fowler Collins.
A crushing collision of noise and industrial techno from ex-Yellow Swan Pete Swanson.
The holy grail of dub techno from Thomas Koner and Andy Mellwig.
The devastating companion to 2011's 'Sufferers' is here.
A grim offering of shimmering noise from Ohio veteran Mike Shiflet.
Desecrated and haunted offerings from the Pacific Northwest's most splintered mind.
Earth-shattering rap instrumentals from one of the brightest young producers in the genre.
Mechanical free sound artifacts for the disenfranchised generation.
A mesmerising, haunting collaboration between Richard Skelton and Autumn Richardson
A devastating exploration into percussive drone from expert drummer Jon Mueller.
A hazy exploration of nostalgia and memory from New Yorker Ezekiel Honig.
Jeff Witscher's Glassy electronic symphony.
A blistering, volcanic colection of extreme sound from Norway's premier noise troupe.
The long-awaited sophomore full-length from the shadowy Norwegian duo.
A gorgeous, hazy journey through the psyche of Geoff Mullen.
A surreal electronic explosion of abstract sonics and cracked experimentations.
The latest solar blast of shimmering guitar noise from this US three-piece.
Shoegazing ambience for the noise generation.
A beguiling percussion-led exploration into history and the heart that beats beside it.
The debut album from shimmering pop darlings Brad Rose and Eden Hemming-Rose.
Thomas Köner's epic tryptich, in one package for the first time.
The shadowy final part of Thomas Köner's epic tryptich.
The gorgeous second album from dark ambient pioneer Thomas Köner
The legendary debut album by dark ambient pioneer Thomas Köner
A devastating work of ominous electronic mayhem from Tulsa's Brad Rose.
A magnificent soundtrack work from Iceland's Johann Johannsson
The epic final record from this seminal North American noise duo.
Sylvain Chauveau and Steven Hess return, accompanied by Christian Fennesz.
A rumbling low-key masterwork from the mysterious Seasons (pre-din)
CD and digital version of the haunted 'Plays Wagner' vinyl LPs
The second part of Pat Maher's gloomy industrial ambient epic 'Plays Wagner'
The first part of a sprawling two-album jump into a world of melted hypnotic ambience.
The long-awaited new album from post-classical composer Sylvain Chauveau
The fourth album from the astral-travellin' threesome...
A truly epic culmination of four years of recording on the moors and hillsides of Northern England.
Dreamlike and absorbing, 'Give It Up' is the pinnacle of Zelienople's output to date.
A sprawling epic of a record from Hamburg's omnipresent Marc Richter
A brand new album from London's premier purveyers of blissful post-folk
Sylvain Chauveau and Steven Hess filtered through the mind of Helge Sten (Deathprod).
Vinyl release of Richard Skelton's stunning debut.
The incredible second album from Peter Broderick.
The latest sprawling ambient epic from Andreas Tilliander, returning to Type after a long hiatus!
Welcome to New Mexico at night.
The long-awaited debut from Fred Thomas's City Center. Sublime noise-pop primed for the summer sun.
Early lo-fi classics from Peter Broderick.
The true sound of total desolation...
A triumphant return to Keith Kenniff's patented instrumental electronics.
Sun-drenched progressive pop for the Italian horror film you never knew existed...
The slow-paced and effortlessly beautiful second Goldmund album.
The career-defining third album from Liz Harris.
The shimmering debut album from Mountains-man Koen Holtkamp.
A glorious collection of film soundtrack work from French composer Sylvain Chauveau.
The sophomore album from Erik Skodvin, taking his doom-laden sound into the darkest crevices of the underworld
A radical change of direction for French composer Sylvain Chauveau.
A blistering collaboration between two experimental music behemoths.
The follow-up to the world beating 'Eingya' is this six track mini album, where Keith Kenniff discovers his voice.
The debut album from Portland's Peter Broderick.
A remastered reissue of Sylvain Chauveau's incredible debut album!
A sludgy exploration into psychedelic rock with occasional pauses for breath and smudged blues.
A sun-bleached collection of twisted pop songs from guitarist Matthew Mitchell and Bevan Smith (aka Signer).
Sleazy no-wave pop music produced with a noise aesthetic - it's neon coloured and very wrong.
Eight skewed slices of sing-along outsider pop.
The stunning debut album from Liz Harris
A blood drenched voyage into the realms of experimental psychedelic noise with your spirit guide Xela.
A deluxe reissue of the debut Xela album.
A shadowy introduction to the world of acoustic doom.
With the help of the Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra, Ryan Teague has managed to create an truly groundbreaking record fusing two very different worlds.
Sun-drenched paradise, taking cues from classic 60s and 70s folk-rock and bossa!
A dreamy, near-kosmische excursion into drone and ambience.
An album of wordless songs, each holding an entire movie's worth of emotion.
Swedish instrumental rock music never sounded so good.
A haunting homage to the world of David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti.
Quirky Swedish experimental pop, and a little more.
Subtle analogue experimentations and brave acoustic instumentation in this astonishing debut from Melissa Agate.
Foggy Parisian cinematic bliss.
The now-classic debut Goldmund album.
Gabriel Morley's first full length release, taking modern classical composition into an electronic framework to devastatingly beautiful effect.
Indie-electronica without a hint of pretense.
The Type debut for Sweden's Andreas Tilliander.
Shuffling Manhattan-bound electronic experimentations.
A haunting collection of modern classical works from British composer Ryan Teague.
Deaf Center's enthralling debut.