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Smallpeople: Afterglow

Smallpeople deliver gorgeous bridges between lofty house and vibrant dance floor burners, a way to celebrate life, providing give-a-toss who’s watching me dance music.

Idealist: Mind Field

Idealist is a man who’s learned his craft, who’s taken the time to work on his output, and having turned heads with “Firewood Street” back in 2016 on his own imprint… he’s back after 2 years off with a hefty new Mind Field LP on Echocord.

Wen: EPHEM:ERA

Wading through more bullshit than Pusha T claiming Pablo Escobar-esque parables and “beef”, while Kanye’s warbling humbleness, really, there aren’t better openings for taunting new music, much like Wen opening up his sophomore album ‘EPHEM:ERA’ with ‘Silhouette’, when he starts fucking around with that Alice Coltrane sample tho… urgh, it’s dutty time.

Dedekind Cut: Tahoe

Fred Welton Warmsley III, is still working as hard as ever, and continuing to produce under new monikers Barrio Sur, and namely Dedekind Cut for his latest release…’Tahoe’ is saying no to the now, it’s therapeutic in it’s own blooming, where Lee Gamble left off, Dedekind Cut drones over in ethereal sombre.

Anenon: Tongue

Start to finish, from the chord changes to the building rhythms, the field recordings to the trickle of keys, Anenon is giving us something here that’s elevated, personal, raw… Tongue is regenerative.

Tom Demac: Sink Or Swim

Walking the line of techno and deep house notoriously, Tom Demac’s array of production can go from the soulful grooves and melody that turn a dusty warehouse into saving Grace, but more importantly he’s got the rare capacity to flip the script, energizing crammed rooms into blissful mania. Hype man ting wha wha.

Artefakt: Kinship

Artefakt, with Kinship, have crafted something for the serious techno lovers, the people listening consciously and the boundaries in-between. Under scrutiny and overall, they’ve built a solid album of sustenance and no cream cheese filling.

VERTV Records

For this weeks mix we shine light on a new record label from Paris, VERTV, operated by a solid group of gents with varied tastes and differing influences, but who all have a deep involvement and love for the music scene. EV4NS, Hybu and Neue Grafik serve up a swashbuckling back-to-back mix.

Guy Andrews: Our Spaces

“Our Spaces” is absurdly crammed with powerhouse belters, of blistering and emotive electronic music, of tentative air and formidable listening. In its entirety, Guy Andrews has created a perfect mix of otherworldly techno and distorted post-rock, strewn together then torn right back up again, a palpable irony against the laws of electronic music, that works so, so well.

Anenon: Petrol

Anenon, hailer of LA, lover of jazz, proportionate improviser and dedicated musician has brought out his third effort – ‘Petrol’, a remarkably poignant and daringly experimental album.

Rival Consoles: Howl

‘Howl’ is a short-lived, yet gruellingly emotive and poignant album – If you enjoy artists like Heathered Pearls, Valentin Stip and Max Cooper, you won’t regret picking this up.

Roman Flügel: Monday Brain

Music lovers will indulge and gorge upon the six tracks of the release, whether it’s the drifting melancholy of ‘Teenage Engineering’, the heavy acid flows of ‘Church of Dork’, or the numbingly beautiful ‘Picnic for Players’, there are some stellar moments throughout.