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Blue Hour: Devotion

Luke Standing’s imprint Blue Hour Music is known to release sturdy techno records that pay homage to seminal releases from the past, yet his latest output is his most nostalgic yet.

Mars89: 2020

Mars89 returns with ‘2020’ – the producer first outing on Natural Sciences, delivering a darkly reinforcing political message through harsh electronics.

MHYSA: NEVAEH

Delivering a personal drop of R&B, MHYSA’s ‘NEVAEH’ is the latest addition to the ever-growing off-kilter machine of Hyperdub.

XOROS: XOROS

Will Ward and Jack Wyllie join forces to explore textural liminality across their craft on this off-kilter debut LP on Truant Recordings.

Rhythms Of The Pacific Volume 4

Pacific Rhythm return with a sun-shaken release featuring the likes of Khotin, Active Surplus and Wolfey, the fourth of their Rhythms of the Pacific compilation series from the online record store-turned-label.

Doon Kanda: Labyrinth

Jesse Kanda’s debut album ‘Labyrinth’, released on Hyperdub under his alias Doon Kanda, seems to encapsulate this embrace for the weird and the wonderful as a descent into some controlled madness.

Clark: Branding Problem

Warp aficionado Chris Clark sets club focus to new extremes on his latest extended player ‘Branding Problem’, released through his own label Throttle Records.

Ziúr: ATØ

Berlin-based experimentalist, futurist and producer Ziúr returns to Planet Mu with her second album ‘ATØ’ – a portal to worldwide change, it is as vibrant as the unapologetic and unwavering musical landscape of Berlin.

Meemo Comma: Sleepmoss

Lara Rix-Martin marks her first album release on Planet Mu with an eerie ode to the changing seasons on ‘Sleepmoss’. Awash with field recordings and natural ambient tones, Sleepmoss sets a new precedence for Rix-Martin’s work as an artist and her role as commentator to the winds and rain.

Joy O: Slipping

Joy O returns with a quiet confidence to Hinge Finger with Slipping EP – an intoxicating brush with dubstep and house, whilst running with an endearing personal touch.

Floating Points: Crush

A specimen of all the best of Shepherd’s work to date, the steady build-up of ‘Crush’ creates a ripple across all spectres of electronic experimentalism and, though no track exceeds the six-minute bar, the impressions they leave are everlasting. Indeed, ‘Crush’ shows Floating Points in full possession of his art; a true master of his craft.

Call Super & Parris: CANUFEELTHESUNONYRBACK

This is a portrait of two artists with an aptitude for fusing club tracks with experimental elements, synthesising each-other’s styles to create a temporary state of elevation, both direct and elusive.