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Levon Vincent

Clocking in with a seriously infectious treat of sturdy grooves, fuzzy-feeling chords and tape-echoed goodies, Levon Vincent takes us for a delightful trip down memory lane, deftly manoeuvring betwixt jacking Chicagoan house rhythms, minimalistic tech pulsations and infectious disco meanders.

OL: Dismeteo

Russian producer Ol steps up on LA-based imprint Motion Ward with seven deeply absorbing tracks that ride the line between ambient and dub techno, creating a coherent microverse of leftfield electronics.

E-Talking

Packed with the kind of pacey acid swing and hi-energy tribal vibrations that made the 90s rave sound an endless source of inspiration for contemporary producers and DJs, E-Talking’s debut IA mix makes for a tirelessly impressive hour-long artistic manifesto that keeps on giving, bar after bar.

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Kilchhofer Anklin: Moto Perpetuo

‘Moto Perpetuo’ tends to blur the lines between musical composition and studio production. By crafting pieces that rely on the entire stereo field, Kilchhofer Anklin rewards close listening.

Gunnar Haslam: Cacique De Poyais

What links and unifies so many of Haslam’s releases, including this one, is the ability to cultivate hypnotism – an ethos that has resonated throughout the catalogue of Delsin over the years.

OL: Dismeteo

Russian producer Ol steps up on LA-based imprint Motion Ward with seven deeply absorbing tracks that ride the line between ambient and dub techno, creating a coherent microverse of leftfield electronics.

Bambounou: Whities 021

‘Whities 021’ in its effervescent minimalism and steadiness is more meditative and regular compared to some of Bambounou’s quirkier, flashier and club-ready works, a kind of surprising and counterintuitive move considered that Whities is certainly not a label afraid of pushing the boundaries of experimentation.

Adam Emil + Slim Hustla: Travellers EP

Following Harrison BDP’s and Jesse Bru’s excellent extended players on Piff Records, Bristol-based imprint shines again courtesy of Adam Emil and Slim Hustla arriving in fine style contributing the label’s fifth release.

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Music Video: Eliott Litrowski – Schmock Machine

Enter a world of digital madness and learn to dissolve your real-world fleshly carcass in Camille Doussy’s hyper-deep pool of pixelated FX layers, faux-organic laces and screwed-up 3D rendering. Next level mind-bender.

Music Video: Yves Tumor – Noid

The video depicts Sean Bowie being arrested and assaulted by police officers on the streets of downtown Los Angeles, raising the widespread issue of police brutality in the USA.

Best Music Videos of 2018

To mark our final end of year list, we have searched high and low for the very best music videos of 2018.

Music Video: Landon Speers – Wild Rose – “II”

Such magic is undoubtedly at work in today’s visual premiere. The footage set to ‘II’, a cut from Landon Speers’ exploratory ambient record ‘Wild Rose’, is not as much a music video as it is a kind of visual poem, its wordless meaning made audible in the achingly soft tones of Speers’ poignant composition.

Music Video: Arad – Inti

Best known as part of the production duo Lakker, earlier this year Dara Smith released a record on Bedouin Records under his new solo alias Arad. Ahead of his forthcoming mix, today we’re premiering this lysergic music video for ‘Inti’

Music Video: Teenage Arab – No Me No Mine

We are proud to present the music video for Teenage Arab’s debut release ‘No Me No Mine’ EP out on Not For Fun Records. The politically charged video, shot during a large-scale anti Putin protest in Moscow by director Danila Gulin, makes for a blunt depiction of police and military violence.

Film: Joy Orbison

London based producer Joy Orbison opens up about his musical upbringing, career and view on music alongside his uncle Ray Keith, aunt and girlfriend.

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