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rRoxymore: Face to Phase

rRoxymore lands back on Don’t Be Afraid with her debut album ‘Face to Phase’, marking not only the graduation from 12” singles to the coveted Long Player format, but a more considered and effective approach to the artist’s production.

Aphex Twin at Printworks

Aphex Twin affirms his royal status in worldwide dance music with a ballistic performance for Red Bull Music Festival at Printworks London, combining sound, light and artistic vision.

Barker: Utility

Ostgut Ton follow up their release of Barker’s sterling ‘Debiasing’ EP with an album brim-filled with rich and organic masterpieces that shun industrial stereotypes and elude categorisation.

E-Saggila: My World My Way

Everything about ‘My World My Way’ oozes power, personality, and a massive “fuck you” attitude: you’re in E-Saggila’s world now, and her rule is absolute.

Clark: Kiri Variations

After amassing a discography crammed with ravey goodness, left-field producer Clark turns on a dime to deliver ‘Kiri Variations’, a long-player bearing more similarity to baroque chamber music than anything compiled for a dance floor.

Broken English Club: White Rats II

‘White Rats II‘ is a definitive statement, startlingly individual, and another brick in Oliver Ho’s formidable wall of musical output

Raving under the Midnight Sun: Solstice Festival 2019

In a world of endless iterations of soulless festivals filled with advertising and mass-marketing, cliches and tired stereotypes, when something like Finland’s brand new festival Solstice emerges you’re a fool not to grab it while it lasts.

Rod Modell: Captagon

Rod Modell’s latest offering, ‘Captagon’, lands on no less than Tresor, and whilst it’s recognisably his work it’s also worlds apart from recent endeavours such as his latest on Astral Industries.